Reuben Casserole is a must make every St. Patrick’s Day! This corned beef casserole is such an easy comfort food recipe, loaded with rye bread, corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and so much more. I love the flavor combination and love how simple it is to throw together in a pinch. ALL THAT CHEESE ON TOP! Gimme.
Reuben Casserole Recipe
Find out how to make a reuben casserole with all the best flavors. Corned beef and sauerkraut casserole? Yum!
St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays and this is such a fun and unique recipe to enjoy with family. The green beer is about to be flowing, corned beef and cabbage about to be cooking, and shamrock shakes about to be sipping. Figuring out the best St. Patrick’s Day menu items for this fun holiday is a breeze with this Loaded Reuben Casserole recipe!
It’s got all the flavors and ingredients for making the PERFECT reuben, tossed together in an easy breezy casserole just begging to be taken to your St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Don’t you just want to face plant right into that casserole dish?
This Corned Beef Casserole is exactly what you need to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
Corned Beef Casserole
Just looking at this Reuben Casserole has me excited for celebrating. Give me all the classic St. Patty’s Day foods this and I’m ready to roll for the day. And don’t forget the Guinness. I always need a Guinness.
This corned beef casserole is not a refined dish for fancy occasions, and it’s not supposed to be. It’s supposed to be easy, comforting, festive, and fun. Everything that I love about my favorite Irish holiday. There is a LOT of flavor (and happiness) in that casserole dish!
It’s so good, this Loaded Reuben Casserole recipe may just be happening at my house year round!
What Ingredients are in a Reuben Casserole?
This easy Reuben Casserole recipe is filled with alllll the favorites you’d expect in the classic sandwich, but even better because it’s a casserole.
You’ve got lots of rye, corned beef, sauerkraut, pickles, Russian dressing, and SWISS CHEESE! Lots and lots of sweet cheese. Everything blends together just like a juicy deli reuben except in an even more comforting (and easy) way. We already know the flavors are perfection, why not cook them all together? Serve with a nice beer and you’re in business!
How to Make a Reuben Casserole
This corned beef and sauerkraut casserole is what Irish dreams are made of! Learn how to make a reuben, but as a casserole dish that’s easy to serve for dinner any night of the week. Why save this for St. Patrick’s day when you could be eating it ALL the time?
- Start by placing half of the rye bread cubes into the bottom of your casserole dish, and get the oven preheated (set to 350°F).
- In a bowl, combine sauerkraut, sour cream, Russian dressing, and chopped pickles.
- Pour half of the mixture over the bread cubes in the casserole dish, then top with slices of corned beef.
- Then layer on the rest of the casserole: top with swiss cheese, the rest of the sauerkraut, the rest of the bread cubes, and then the rest of the cheese (in that order).
- Drizzle everything with melted butter (yum!)
- Cover the casserole and bake for 30 minutes at 350°F. Then remove the cover and bake another 10 minutes.
It comes out so hot and soooooooo juicy and flavorful. I can’t wait for you to try this.
Easy St. Patrick’s Day Recipe
You could make a regular Reuben for the big day, but that’s so much more involved. This corned beef and sauerkraut casserole is as simple as chopping up your ingredients and letting them cook. The perfect St. Patty’s Day meal!
See the recipe card below for full details on how to make a Reuben Casserole. Enjoy!
Don’t forget to try our other favorite St. Patrick’s Day recipes:
- Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage
- Irish Guinness Beef Stew
- Homemade Baileys Irish Cream
- Lime Sherbet Punch
- Irish Bread Pudding with Whiskey
- Corned Beef Hash
My loaded reuben casserole is delicious, but my blogging friends know how to make amazing reuben recipes for St. Patrick’s Day, too! SO fun!