If you’re a shrimp lover, then these recipes are going to be right up your alley. There’s not many ways you can’t cook shrimp, you can boil it, barbecue it, bake it and saute it, and of course you can bake it into one big delicious casserole.
I’ve selected 13 of the most delicious shrimp casserole recipes that are sure to be a treat for your taste buds.
These range from creamy casseroles to rice casseroles, so there’s sure to be a recipe in here that you love.
So without further ado, here are 13 of my favorite shrimp casserole recipes.
Hopefully you can tell by the title ‘dump-and-bake’ that this recipe is going to be effortless to make. This dish is absolutely delicious and the kicker is that this only takes 10 minutes to make!
You don’t even need to boil the pasta beforehand, this has to be one of the easiest weeknight dinners ever.
This recipe calls for alfredo sauce, rotini, chicken broth, white wine, onions, garlic mozzarella, roasted red peppers and of course, shrimp.
This creamy and cheesy dinner is going to be one that the whole family will enjoy, and feel free to pair this dish with a caesar salad, garlic bread or sauteed zucchini.
This low-carb dish is accessible for those with diabetes or those on the ketogenic diet without compromising on taste.
It’s also just downright delicious, so it’s perfect for anyone who loves the combination of Mexican food with the umami flavor of shrimp.
The shrimp filling consists of butter, red bell peppers, onions, garlic, shrimp, salt, cream cheese, chili powder, lime juice and cilantro.
It’s then stuffed into the tortillas and topped with a sauce you’ll make from Monterey Jack cheese, salsa verde and heavy cream.
If you love creamy and cheesy dinners, then this one’s for you
Another rich and creamy shrimp casserole dish to add to your repertoire, this one is for the nights you get home and just cant be bothered to spend hours on cooking dinner.
It only calls for 7 ingredients and once you’ve cooked the rice and saute the onions and peppers, the last thing you have to do is mix everything together in a casserole dish and bake it for around 30 minutes.
Feel free to make this dish ahead of time too, all you need to do is to refrigerate it once you’ve made it and serve it once dinner comes around.
One pot meals are one of the best things you can make, they’re easy to make and they taste absolutely delicious. If you’ve never had a one pot meal, let this be the first one that you make.
There’s tons of flavor in this pot and the ingredients are everything you need for a hearty meal, and of course, it’s completely customizable, so that you can add all of your favorite veggies.
The parmesan, oregano, orzo, tomatoes, garlic and onion give this casserole a more Italian feel than Creole, but either way, it tastes completely delicious and it’s ready in 40 minutes!
This is the perfect recipe if you’re missing home, it’s warm and comforting and most importantly filled with cheesy goodness.
But this mac and cheese has a few twists, for one it’s full of delicious shrimp, but also you’ll be making it with two different cheeses.
This is an upgrade on your regular old mac and cheese, and once you make it, you won’t go back.
It’s insanely creamy, buttery and cheesy, and what makes it better is that it’s ready in 40 minutes, a comfort meal is made even better when it doesn’t take long to make.
This casserole recipe is an elevated version of the classic shrimp scampi dish that we all know and love. The shrimp is tossed with plenty of butter, white wine, garlic and lemon juice, the smell alone will have your mouth watering.
Bread crumbs are then sprinkled on top to give that crunchy texture everyone loves and then angel hair pasta is tossed into the mix to make the tastiest dinner you’ll have all week.
It may have a lengthy ingredient list, but don’t let that scare you off. The ingredients are all relatively easy to make and the directions are straightforward. Trust me, it is almost impossible to mess this dish up!
This one is for those of you who love dishes with a little bit of heat in them, the sliced jalapenos, onion and chili peppers flakes undeniably give this dish a kick.
This veggie bake is low-carb and gluten free, it is also packed full with delicious veggies like onions, peppers, tomatoes, garlic, squash etc, so it is actually quite healthy for you too.
If you’re looking for something that’s filled with deliciously healthy veggies, lean protein and has a kick to it, this recipe here is the one to make.
With only 250 calories and 20 grams of protein per serving, this flavorful and healthy dish couldn’t be a better option.
It’s hard to go wrong with well-seasoned shrimp and creamy alfredo sauce, but this recipe is one of the most delicious meals you’ll cook all week.
The spaghetti squash boats are stuffed with two different types of cheese, garlic, paprika, shrimp, alfredo sauce and fresh herbs, so you already know that this dish is going to be absolutely delicious.
The added bonus is that it’s full of healthy spaghetti squash and is low-carb, so you can be health conscious, without compromising on the taste.
There’s a whopping 32 grams of protein in a serving and each serving is under 500 calories and did I mention it makes 4 servings? Feel free to store the rest away to eat another day, just simply reheat in a microwave!
This easy to make cajun shrimp and rice casserole is sure to be a hit at the next family dinner.
This one-pot one-pan meal consists of delicious shrimp, cream of mushroom soup, cheddar cheese soup, cajun seasoning and cooked rice and it’s ready in 50 minutes.
It’s packed with flavor and spice, but doesn’t have a ton of heat, so your taste buds won’t be overwhelmed. This recipe has tons of tips to help you make the most out of this casserole, so I really recommend giving it a read before you start to make it.
This recipe is a bit harder than the rest, since stove top casseroles tend to take a bit more work than baked casseroles, as you have to spend more hands-on time with them. But trust me, this recipe is definitely worth the hard work.
Firstly, the rice is perfumed with garlic, ginger and chicken broth, then frozen shrimp and broccoli go straight into the pot. Everything will start to combine and steam together, until you get a meal that is full of yummy veggies, starch and protein.
It doesn’t just end there, you’ll make a honey and garlic sauce (don’t worry, it’s super easy!) whilst the casserole is cooking and drizzle it over each serving for an added touch of sweetness and an extra punch of garlic.
This is definitely a dish that will please your taste buds, it also makes 4-6 servings but if you don’t end up eating it all, feel free to store the leftovers in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
This recipe is perfect for all you seafood lovers out there, not only does it include shrimp but also delicious crab meat.
This is a brilliant recipe to make for all your non-meat eating friends and family, and whilst it may take a bit longer than the other recipes to make, the delicious flavors will have them watering at the mouth.
Feel free to adjust any of the ingredients to your liking, personally I felt like there was a bit too much milk and mayo listed in the ingredient list, so I just halved these ingredients and it tasted better than ever!
This recipe is the definition of an easy bake, with only 10 minutes of prep time, you’ll have time to sit back and relax whilst it’s cooking.
The creaminess of the alfredo sauce goes perfectly with the shrimp and chopped broccoli and to top it off, grated parmesan cheese is added to the top to give it a deliciously cheesy kick.
You can add in or substitute out any ingredients you’d like, mushrooms and red peppers go exceptionally well in this recipe in my opinion. Panko bread crumbs are also a great addition to give the casserole a crunchy and yummy texture.
This pasta bake is full of delicious flavor and will definitely be a crowd favorite at your next family dinner.
Whilst the ingredient list looks quite lengthy, they’re all pretty much easy ingredients that you should have in your kitchen already, and with a prep and cook time of 45 minutes, this recipe is one of the most delicious and easy meals you’ll make.
Like a lot of these recipes, you can substitute most of the ingredients out for any of your choice, you can even substitute the shrimp out for chicken if you’d like and it tastes just as good!
But of course, I’d recommend that you stick with the shrimp, as the umami flavor is unbeatable.
This recipe is restaurant quality, so make sure you add a glass of wine with your meal to feel extra fancy.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is A Casserole?
The term casserole usually refers to the dish that the variety of foods are baked in, it’s a large, deep pan or bowl that cooks a variety of dishes in the oven, the food is then cooked slowly within the casserole.
Realistically anything can be a casserole, as long as it’s based in a casserole dish.
What Type Of Shrimp Should I Use?
Most of these recipes will specify what kind of shrimp to use, whether it be frozen or fresh. Unless the recipe calls for it, don’t use pre-cooked shrimp.
Since shrimp cooks mighty fast and you’ll be baking it in a casserole, it can become overcooked quite quickly.
Can I Freeze A Shrimp Casserole?
In most cases yes, make sure to refer to the individual recipe to know for sure, but casseroles that contain any seafood must be completely cooked before freezing.
The casserole can last for up to 6 months, as long as it has been stored safely in an airtight container. When you want to reheat the casserole, make sure to bake it immediately out of the freezer, don’t let it thaw.
Thawing will allow liquid to pool resulting in your casserole getting a soggy bottom.
The general rule of thumb when reheating a casserole is to cook it for twice as long as the recipe calls for, but remaining at the same temperature.
Make sure to cover the casserole with foil to keep the top layer from burning, then remove the foil for the last 15 minutes or so of cooking.