Anolon 3 Quart Casserole Pan Giveaway CLOSED

GIVEAWAY CLOSED! Congrats to Kezia Jauron!

I teamed up with Anolon for their Cook and Tell event on Facebook, which features bloggers and chefs with their favorite pans and delicious recipes you can make with those pans. I’m happy that I could bring the vegan/plant-based message to this new community of home cooks and share my favorite vegan casserole dish for Thanksgiving.

When I was asked by Anolon which pan I would like to feature I immediately went for the 3 Quart Covered Casserole to replace a Le Creuset buffet pan that never made it back to me after I returned from Asia. I’ve had so much fun with this pan creating casserole recipes for our Cooking Tool of the Month feature. Look at all the recipes we’ve features so far.

Fall Mexican Casserole

Lentil Shepherd’s Pie by Allison

Gluten-Free Pumpkin Maple Cornbread Baked Bean Casserole by Amanda

Butternut & Wild Mushroom Lasagna with Pecan Parmesan by Kristy

Gluten-free Vegan Tetrazzini 

Be sure to check out my Sweet Potato Casserole with Maple Pecan Topping recipe. It’s sure to be a hit on your holiday table!

Now for the giveaway! One lucky reader will win this Anolon casserole dish. Giveaway is for US residents only.

Tell us what is your favorite casserole to make for the holidays! And fill out the Rafflecopter sheet below.

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  1. One of our favorite casserole-type dishes to bring for holiday meals is Quinoa and Pumpkin Seed Pilaf. It’s so easy to make! Nice to add tempeh or sauteed mushrooms if the dinner host isn’t preparing a vegan option. Plus, it doesn’t look or taste too unfamiliar for those eating a SAD diet. Can be prepared with beautiful colors too (carrot, kale, corn, beets, green beans)! Prepare it in a covered casserole pan. Easy to transport and warm up!

  2. I love to make my breakfast casserole early in the morning on holidays so everyone is satiated until much later in the day when we go big!

  3. I don’t typically make casseroles at Thanksgiving, but this year I’m thinking about making Susan Voisin’s green bean casserole. Green bean casserole was a favorite of mine before I went vegan, and I’d love to try it out again!

  4. My current favorite is lentil shepherd’s pie, but this sweet potato casserole could be right up there, also. Thanks for the give away!

  5. Growing up in an Asian family we didn’t start celebrating Thanksgiving until 3 years ago – and dinner would (and still does) consist of a huge turkey and purchased sides from Boston Market.

    Now that I’m a vegan I’m set on making a vegan Sweet Potato Casserole – it will be one out of 2 vegan dishes this year that I’ll be creating to ensure I have something to dig into while everyone else surrounds the turkey 🙂

  6. Fortunately my job on Thanksgiving is DESSERT – no casseroles needed. I look forward to a good green bean casserole, though.

  7. I usually search on line for some new casserole recipe to try along with taking veggies. Thanks for the opportunity to enter. Your sweet potato casserole looks so good that i am going to take that to our family Thanksgiving.

  8. My favorite casserole is green bean casserole…I only eat it once a year, but I have to have it every year…it’s my “it wouldn’t be thanksgiving without” dish….when I became plant based I had a lot of fun turning it vegan….and everyone (even my omni family) LOVES my vegan version!!

  9. I make a polenta, black bean and corn casserole that has a red pepper kick. So yummy and it’s good as a side dish or a breakfast dish. Happy Thanksgiving!

  10. This casserole dish looks great! I love making one-pot meals when I am trying to feed a lot of people quickly (it also makes things a lot more affordable). My go-to casserole dish is my tamale-pie. Layers of beans, tomatoes, vegetables topped with cornbread! Mmm, wish I had some right now!

  11. I love making green bean casserole or a mac & cheese casserole with broccoli and a crunchy bread crumb topping! 🙂

  12. Traditionally, corn pudding is one of our favorite holiday casseroles; however, after seeing your recipe, I’m pretty sure your Sweet Potato Casserole will become one of my favorites! Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. I haven’t made a casserole since going vegan, pre-vegan I loved broccoli, rice, & cheese casserole, so I’d love too try that.

  14. My favorite casserole to make for the holidays is my late mother’s recipe for what we call “corn pudding” which is a casserole of cream corn in an egg custard. We serve it as a side dish, not a dessert. {smile}

  15. Will definitely have to try out your sweet potato casserole! My fav so far is a veganized corn pudding dish. It’s a staple for our holiday meals. That pan looks awesome!

  16. My favorite holiday casserole is a vegan, whole-grain cornbread recipe that really warms the heart and stomach. I’ve never made a sweet potato casserole and your recipe looks so delectable and easy that I will have to try it this year!

  17. I veganize a broccoli-cheese casserole recipe that has been in the family for years. It turns out really well and people who don’t know can’t tell it’s vegan! Thanks for the giveaway!

  18. Sweet Potato Casserole is the BEST! Pecans…melted marshmallows…mmmmm!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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