Vegan potato casseroles are perfect for family dinners! Just throw everything into a casserole dish and bake for a tasty, filling, and easy entrée! Well, maybe there’s a few more steps involved, but making a vegan potato casserole really is one of the easiest dishes you can make for a potluck or dinner night. Serve it with a salad, soup, grilled veggies, or anything else you’d like! They go well with so many different dishes! Even if you’re not having a party or dinner any time soon, they are also great for meal prepping. Just heat up a scoop or two for a quick and easy meal. Vegan potato casseroles are super versatile, too! You can make them sweet or savory, get inspired with different types of cuisine, and add almost anything you have left in your pantry. Vegan potato casseroles are seriously underrated.

Looking for some potato inspiration? Check out these 15 recipes for vegan potato casseroles and bakes from our Food Monster App!

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1. Holiday Sweet Potato Bake

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This Holiday Sweet Potato Bake by Katrina Nixon has just the right amount of sweetness to be a crowd hit. Apples and pecans are coated in a blend of holiday spices, to give them palette-pleasing depth of flavor. They’re then layered with sweet potatoes and baked to perfection, ready to serve alongside roasted green vegetables like broccoli and brussels sprouts.

2. Creamy Miso and Shallot Potato Casserole 

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This Creamy Miso and Shallot Potato Casserole by Lee Khatchadourian-Reese may not be the prettiest dish in the world, but it is tasty. Kind of like a potato pudding, who can say no to that?!?

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3. Maple Sweet Potato Casserole With Granola Topping

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The topping is a delicious and refined sugar-free granola, whose crunchy texture pairs perfectly with the soft and creamy sweet potato center. But besides the decadent taste and texture, what you’ll love most about this Maple Sweet Potato Casserole With Granola Topping by Mitra Shirmohammadi is how simple and easy it is to prepare, and what a wonderful make-ahead meal it makes for holiday dinner parties. Just store it in the fridge and bake in the oven right before you’re ready to serve.

4. ‘Meat’ and Potato Casserole

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A comfort food that truly warms your body and soul! This ‘Meat’ and Potato Casserole by Elsie Kriz is a simple, delicious, and hearty meal to eat on an autumn evening.

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5. Sweet Potato Casserole With Rosemary Pecan Parmesan

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This is not your traditional sweet potato casserole. This Sweet Potato Casserole With Rosemary Pecan Parmesan by Caroline Doucet one is topped with a vegan rosemary pecan parmesan. The topping is bursting with flavor from garlic, rosemary, toasted pecans, and nutritional yeast. It makes a great sugar-free vegan Christmas dinner side dish.

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6. Cheesy Potato Casserole With Cream of Celery Soup

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This combination of a hearty, carb-y potato casserole with cream of celery soup is a real winner. The soup is light, yet filling and satisfying and so easy to make. After you make the soup, the rest of this recipe is a snap — it’s all just a matter of combining everything in a dish and baking it in the oven until it’s crispy on top and completely warmed through. This Cheesy Potato Casserole With Cream of Celery Soup by Chris Bartis is made from hash browns, a bit of the cream of celery soup, dairy-free créme fraiche, melty cheese shreds, and crunchy, salty crackers for the topping.

7. Sweet Potato Casserole With Crunchy Oat Topping 

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This Sweet Potato Casserole With Crunchy Oat Topping by Ksenia Prints is a little sweet, a little salty, and super nourishing for you. The tender sweet potato cubes and warm bursts of cranberries are balanced out with crunchy almonds and a generous sprinkle of salt. This tasty entrée also has a unique medley of flavors from fresh rosemary and ground ginger to maple syrup and vegan butter. But don’t worry, it all melds together beautifully under the crunchy roof of berry oat granola. Yum!

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8. Mashed Potato Casserole With Broccoli and Cauliflower Gravy

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This Mashed Potato Casserole With Broccoli and Cauliflower Gravy by Jennifer Harmon has a layer of mashed potatoes, then a layer of cauliflower gravy, then a final layer of minced broccoli. The mashed potato layer has an undetectable can of white beans mixed in for protein. The gravy is made of puréed cauliflower as well as mushrooms. This ultimate comfort food of a casserole is creamy, dreamy, and a must-make for dinner.

9. Sweet Potato Casserole With Almond Sauce and Candied Pecans

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When you make this Sweet Potato Casserole With Almond Sauce and Candied Pecans by Florian Nouh, it’ll fill your home with the aroma of fall. Warming flavors of cinnamon and maple syrup are combined with sweet apple, hearty and comforting mashed sweet potato, and a creamy almond sauce that ties it all together. It’s topped with crunchy, buttery candied pecans to make a wonderful, fall-approved, and satisfying side dish.

10. Butternut Squash, Potato and Kale Casserole 

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This perfect fall Butternut Squash, Potato and Kale Casserole by Lisa Dobler is as easy as can be! Sweet butternut squash, potatoes, and kale are tossed in a creamy seasoned sauce, then baked and tossed with vegan cheese shreds that get melty, gooey, and stretchy. It’s affordable and versatile since you can switch out the varieties of winter squash and potatoes depending on what ingredients you have on hand and it makes enough food to feed a big family or leave you with plenty of leftovers. Yum!

11. Sweet Potato ‘Rice’ Casserole 

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This Sweet Potato ‘Rice’ Casserole by Alissandra Maffucci is a filling and surprising meal. Surprising? Yes! You won’t believe it’s not real rice! The sweet potato rice cooks to a perfect consistency in 40 minutes in the oven and the savory flavors from the vegan mozzarella and pesto pair well with the sweetness that comes from the potato when roasting. The broccoli gives the casserole substance and the pesto adheres and soaks into the florets for a big “bang for your buck” bite.

12. Vegetable Au Gratin Casserole With Oregano-Bean Puree 

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In this recipe for Vegetable Au Gratin Casserole With Oregano-Bean Puree by Zsu Dever, soft russet potatoes and butternut squash are layered with a creamy, herbed bechamel sauce and topped with crusty whole grain bread before baking in the oven until hot and bubbly. After dinner, turn the leftovers into oregano and bean purée, perfect for spreading on toasted bread for sandwiches and wraps. This rich, comforting meal is perfect for warming you up in cold weather.

13. Oil-Free Sweet Potato Basmati Brown Rice Casserole

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If your family is new to Indian cooking, this Oil-Free Sweet Potato Basmati Brown Rice Casserole by The China Study Family Cookbook is a great starter recipe. The flavors are mild, and the sweet and savory combination is popular with taste buds of all ages.

14. Fall Casserole

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This Fall Casserole by Barbara Musick: Blogger, That Was Vegan? is fantastic. Its hearty potatoes and thickly sliced vegan sausage, it’s perfect for these crisp autumn evenings. Whether you spent the afternoon hiking and enjoying the changing leaves or camped out on the couch watching football, once the divine smell of this casserole starts wafting through your house you’ll want to dig in like you haven’t eaten in a week! Olive oil and a bit of melted vegan butter add a rich layer to the flavorful veggie broth. Really, this dish is all flavor! It’s a new and healthier take on the roasts many of people used to make in crock pots during our pre-vegan days, right? The secret ingredient is vegan Worcestershire sauce, and if you were so inclined, a couple glugs of wine would be really nice too. In the dish of course, although in your glass is also a great idea!

15. Sweet Potato and Eggplant Casserole

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With sweet potatoes, coconut milk, chickpeas, and eggplant, this casserole is the perfect blend of savory and sweet! Baked eggplant absorbs the rich tastes of tomato, chili, garlic, and spices to give delicious, intense flavor in every bite. This Sweet Potato and Eggplant Casserole by Anarki “AJ” Tjon Affo is perfect for a cold night in, or any night!

If you loved these, make sure to check out 15 Beautiful Potato Bakes That Are Vegan and Healthy!, Perfectly Comforting Potato Recipes Everyone at the Table Will Love!, and Dig Into These 15 Flavorful Casseroles for Fall!

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