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Tuna Casserole Shopping Tips

Ingredients like rice, pasta, and beans make for great casserole bases – they are inexpensive, come in a variety of sizes and flavors, and can stretch meat and vegetables a long way.

Tuna Casserole Cooking Tips

Making two casseroles is just as easy as making one – freeze the second for busy days ahead.


13 Best Tuna Casserole Recipes

Eating tuna is one of the easiest ways to pack some protein into your diet, but preparing it can be a challenge unless you've got the right tools at your disposal. These 13 Best Tuna Casserole Recipes are here to help! Why not combine something hearty that you already love -- casseroles -- with an ingredient that is healthy and delicious? Tuna casseroles come in a variety of preparations, and we don't think you should miss out on any of them. It's nice to have variety in our lives, and when the week is busy, it's convenient to be able to turn to recipes that you know will be a hit with your family.

The best part about these easy tuna casserole recipes is how budget friendly they are. Ingredients like canned tuna and veggies, egg noodles, chicken broth, bread crumbs, and shredded cheese aren't going to break your budget, and will yield some delicious results. No matter what recipe(s) put the biggest smiles on you family's faces, there are bound to be more than a couple that you'll pull out when you're feeling a little lazy and a lot like a great home cooked meal.

When you're feeling nostalgic, try making these delightful Old-Fashioned Recipes.

Quick and Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole
Combine the creaminess of tuna noodle casserole with the buttery crunch of Ritz crackers to make one of the best Ritz cracker casserole recipes around. Ritz cracker recipes are fantastic because they are affordable, tasty and easy to make.

Easy Cheesy Tuna Noodle Casserole
Everyone has a favorite recipe for tuna noodle casserole - mine is this easy cheesy version. I found it among several other Campbell's cream soup recipes in my grandfather's recipe box, and my family and I just can't get enough of it!

Crunchy Topped Shell Pasta Tuna Casserole
Kids will love this recipe because it's made with fun, shell pasta that's easy to eat and tuna that's packed with protein. They'll love the crunchy topping that's made from either Ritz cracker crumbs or crushed kettle chips.

Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole
This dish is a slow cooked version of classic tuna noodle casserole. Using cream of celery soup is a great shortcut to get a creamy casserole without having to create a sauce from scratch, and the toasted almonds give this meal a great crunch.

Tuna and Noodle Casserole with Mushroom Sauce
This classic Tuna and Noodle Casserole with Mushroom Sauce is easy and it freezes well for make-ahead meals you can eat throughout the week.

Crunchy Tuna Casserole
Everyone has a favorite recipe for tuna noodle casserole, but not everyone knows about this crunchy variation. Crushed potato chips give this dish some spunk!

Tuna Zucchini Casserole
This is a great recipe for zucchini casserole that gives an extra, healthy punch with the addition of tuna. You've got more protein, plus those ever-important Omega-3s, and it tastes wonderful, too!

Baked Tuna and Green Rice
This unique tuna casserole is a welcome break from the standard tuna noodle variety. Loaded with green veggies, this casserole is a great way to get the kids to eat their spinach.

Creamy Potato Tuna Casserole
There seem to be a lot of Campbell's cream soup recipes out there, but it's sometimes hard to find a cream soup recipe using cream of potato. Here's a quick and easy one we all enjoy - 4 simple ingredients add up to 1 tasty casserole.

Creamy Scalloped Potatoes and Tuna
Turn a side dish into a meal with this simple recipe! This creamy layered potatoes are perfectly paired with tuna for a delicious and affordable meal.

Tuna Salad Casserole
Turn your favorite salad filling into a delicious casserole with this easy recipe. Make your favorite tuna salad and bake topped with crunchy potato chips.

Lighter Tuna Noodle Casserole
Made with egg noodles, tuna, onions, carrots, mushrooms, peas and breadcrumbs, this comforting tuna casserole has all the flavor you love, but uses reduced-fat cheese and a milk alternative that helps you keep those pesky calories in check!

Easy Cheesy Tuna Casserole Recipe
Nothing tastes better than cheesy, creamy dishes that are warm, savory and comforting. This tuna noodle casserole recipe will bring back feelings of nostalgia from your childhood and fill you up whenever you need some easy and delicious to put on the table.


This tuna cauliflower casserole recipe is an easy, cheesy low carb veggie side dish or meal in itself. There are only 5 ingredients in the recipe and it’s the perfect comfort dish to throw together with (usually) easy to find ingredients.

You can substitute in frozen instead of fresh cauliflower or use broccoli or another vegetable instead.

With the creamy ingredients, I adore the combination of cream and sour cream. You can swap in mayo, cream cheese or plain yogurt depending on what you have to hand.

You can also make the casserole even more cheesy by adding in parmesan or any other grated cheese you like. While this dish doesn’t have any pasta in it, you can always add in a couple of portions of cooked pasta if you’d prefer.

As you can tell, you can really adapt this simple recipe to your tastes and what you have in your kitchen to create the perfect cheesy comforting casserole.


Mom's Best Tuna Melt Casserole

Mom's Best Tuna Melt Casserole is a fun and tasty spin on the old favorite tuna melt sandwich. This diner-style classic is transformed into a hearty dinner casserole that your family is sure to rave about. This creamy pasta casserole is unique in that it uses Swiss and Cheddar cheeses, broccoli flowerets, and medium sliced tomatoes on top. Baked to perfection, this tuna noodle casserole will blow other recipes out of the water. If you're feeling creative, this a great way to feed your family and give them a helping of protein and flavor at the same time.

Cooking Vessel Size 9x13-inch casserole dish

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We loved this and it cuts calories by not having the cream sauce. It was easier than making individual tuna melts. I use both light and chunk white tuna and put jalapeno slices on half of it for those in my family that like a little heat. I keep all these ingredients stocked, so it's an easy go-to recipe.

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11 Tuna Casserole Recipes for Busy Weeknights

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This classic (and tasty) tuna recipe makes a great dish for a big family meal.


Leftovers and storage

How long does tuna casserole with noodles last?

Leftovers will keep in the refrigerator for 3 &ndash 4 days or in the freezer for several weeks.

Can you freeze tuna noodle casserole?

Yes, you can freeze it before or after baking. When freezing before baking it&rsquos best to use a disposable pan (so your baking dish isn&rsquot stuck in the freezer for months!).

Cover tightly with at least two layers of foil. If freezing for an especially long time it helps to also wrap the entire dish in saran wrap. Freeze for up to 6 months.

If freezing leftovers, make sure they cool first, then store them in an air tight/freezer safe container for up to 3 months. Thaw in the refrigerator.

Can you cook tuna casserole from frozen?

Yes, to cook the casserole from frozen add 45 &ndash 60 minutes to the baked time. Bake covered for the extra initial cook time, uncover during the last 20 minutes.

If you bake in a glass dish you&rsquoll be able to see the casserole bubbling on the sides.


  • 1/2 cup chopped celery
  • 1/4 cup chopped onion
  • 3 tablespoons butter (divided)
  • 1 (7-ounce) can tuna (undrained, flaked)
  • 1 (10 3/4-ounce) can cream of mushroom soup
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 (4-ounce) can sliced mushrooms (drained)
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley (or 1 teaspoon dried parsley)
  • 1 tablespoon chopped pimiento
  • 8 ounces noodles (cooked and drained)
  • 1 cup soft bread crumbs

Heat the oven to 350 F (180 C/Gas 4). Butter a 2-quart baking dish.

In a large skillet or saute pan, melt 2 tablespoons of butter saute the onion and celery until the onion is translucent. Stir in tuna, soup, mayonnaise, milk, mushrooms, parsley, and pimiento.

In the prepared casserole, combine the hot cooked noodles and the tuna mixture.

Melt the remaining 2 tablespoons of butter and toss with the bread crumbs.

Top the casserole with the buttered bread crumbs.

Bake the casserole for 25 to 30 minutes, or until the topping is lightly browned and the filling is hot and bubbling around the edges.


How to Freeze Tuna Casserole:

I like to make 2 of these at a time because it isn’t any more work. All of the ingredients are already out and it is so easy.

So I do one for dinner that day and then put one in the freezer for a later time. This is a huge help and a big time saver.

Just make the casserole as directed but I like to use a tin toil pan for the one going in the freezer.

However, instead of baking, cover with foil and allow to cool.

To bake, remove from freezer the day before you want to eat it and allow it to thaw in the refrigerator overnight.

Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour covered, and 15 minutes uncovered. You might have to adjust the time based on your oven.


Best Tuna Melt Casserole

We love a great tuna melt sandwich, it is a quick and easy dinner. So when I came across this Tuna Melt Casserole in the Good Housekeeping 100 Best One-Dish Meals I had to share it with you. This is the best tuna casserole I have ever had and your family will love this one too! I had to call it the Best Tuna Melt Casserole and I hope you agree. I also love sharing my recipes over at AllFreeCasseroleRecipes, come and check them out.

I looooove when tomatoes are heated like this. The added cheese and pasta along with the tuna is amazing. Tucked underneath is broccoli which is also a win, win with kids and parents. A delicious meal that you will be making again and again for your family.


Directions

Preheat your oven to 375 F and grease a 2-quart casserole dish

In a large skillet cook up your celery, onion, and carrots until tender.

In the same skillet make the savory, creamy sauce. Whisk together the butter and flour. Then add in the chicken broth and milk. Season the sauce with garlic powder, salt, and pepper and set aside.

In a large bowl toss together cooked noodles, carrot-celery-onion mixture, sauce, spinach leaves, frozen peas and drained can of Bumble Bee® tuna. I love using Bumble Bee® Albacore tuna because ounce for ounce tuna is lower in calories, fat, sat fat, and cholesterol than even the leanest cuts of beef and chicken. I don’t know about you but I need all the extra healthy points after spending so much time at home these days!

Transfer to the prepared casserole dish.

Mix up the buttery cracker topping and top evenly onto the casserole with shredded cheese.

Bake the casserole for 20-25 minutes or until the top is golden brown and the cheese is bubbly!


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