Casseroles are a great way to enjoy a meal with plenty of variety. They can be as easy as tossing ingredients into a pan or as complicated and time-consuming as making an elaborate pie. There are plenty of ways to create casseroles when it comes to eating. Here are the different kinds of Casseroles & Baking Dishes you will come across:


1. Bread Oven

The bread oven is a type of oven that facilitates making bread and other baked goods. Bread ovens are usually made with bricks or clay. A common form of this type of oven consists of two pockets, or chimneys, which serve as an external enclosure for the fire to heat the bricks. The fire is built on the floor in one bag, and a large pot in the other contains water and acts as a heat conductor to pass its warmth to both chimneys and through them into the dough.

2. Pumpkin Casserole

A pumpkin casserole is traditionally served during the autumn season. It is created by layering a combination of pumpkin puree, sugar, butter, eggs, and spices in a baking dish before adding bread or pastry crumbs. A classic recipe consists of a layer of mashed pumpkin mixed with plain bread crumbs with cinnamon and ginger tossed with brown sugar. Pumpkin also adds an extra flavor to baked goods like muffins or pancakes.

3. Rectangular Casserole

A rectangular Casserole is a perfect dish. It's an excellent choice for when you're in the mood to serve up something family-friendly and to fill. It usually contains whole grain or starch such as pasta, rice, or potatoes, along with cheese and some form of protein such as chicken or beef. The possibilities are limitless when it comes to creating this dish, which is why it was chosen by us to be the first type of casserole we will discuss on our website.

4. Heritage Rectangular Casserole

Heritage Rectangular Casserole is an oval-shaped dish with a high, straight side and a low, rounded side. It is designed to be used as the oven tray in shallow, round-bottom baking dishes. This casserole type is unique because it has been manufactured so that all the ingredients are evenly distributed within the word itself. This keeps the cold elements in contact with one another and prevents them from drying out during cooking.

5. Square Casserole

Square Casserole is designed to look like a cake, but it's meant to serve as both the top and bottom of your dish. All you need is a baking dish, some foil, and the veggies you want to make for dinner. Start by lining your baking dish with foil. Fill it with vegetables—we used sliced potatoes and carrots—then add whatever seasonings you like before adding some water or vegetable stock to moisten them. You could also add sauce if you have homemade spaghetti sauce around. Next, fold the aluminum foil so that it rises at least an inch above the edges of the pan, and then tuck it under those edges, so they're tucked under too.

6. Heritage Square Baking Dishes, Set of 2

Built to handle the rigors of everyday cooking, Heritage Square Casseroles are made with durable, high-quality ceramic that can go from oven to freezer and back again without any breakage or chipping. Lightweight and convenient, each casserole is dishwasher-safe, so you can cook one pot meal after another without a fuss. Moreover, as these dishes are oven safe up to 450 degrees F and dishwasher-safe (top rack only), they will stand the test of time.

7. Heritage Oval Casserole

A Heritage Oval Casserole is a type of dish that can be used for baking and oven-to-table purposes. It is made from cast iron, meaning the words are heavy, but they retain heat well and evenly distribute it to the food. They come in many sizes, but you will often find them used for pot pies or lasagnas.

8. Signature Oval Baker

The signature oval baker is made from a long-stemmed basket weave patterned of copper with six or twelve copper struts. It is often used for making all-purpose dough, including pastries and bread. This signature oval baker comes in a variety of different shapes and sizes that are designed to suit your needs. You can order them in a wide range of colors for an added personal touch to your bakery. When you order these signature oval bakers from our company, you will be able to take advantage of the customization options we offer so that you can create something equally impressive and unique as well.

9. Heritage Rectangular Dish

The Heritage Rectangular Dish is commonly made of porcelain and can vary in color from white to cream, bisque, or various other colors. It is typically 20 5/8 inches across and 9 3/4 inches deep. Heritage rectangular dishes are the ideal dishes to use when cooking or baking. They vary in multiple colors and have the depth to accommodate more food than other similar-sized dishes. They are made of porcelain, so they will not chip when stacked on top of one another for storage.