Baked Lazy Perogy Casserole

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Lazy Perogy Casserole

So I’m just going to go ahead and tell you that you have to make this lazy perogy casserole next weekend.

Any weekend. Every weekend.

Also, don’t bother correcting my spelling of perogy. ( you should SEE how many people yell at me that it’s spelled with an “ie” or with an “h” somewhere…) Technically no one spells it right either, I’m assuming, because each family has their own way of spelling perogy and ain’t nobody got time to be correcting each and every Ukrainian family’s Canadian-ized spelling of ???????.   <—- and now you understand why we spell it the way we do.

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I haven’t made lazy perogy casserole since my crock pot lazy perogy casserole – and while that is good, this one is infinitely better. If you have to make on in the crock pot, then it’s a terrific version but like a lot of things that you make, sometimes they just aren’t the best version of that recipe. It cooks longer, which takes away some textures and while they are usually delicious, once you taste this version you won’t want to go back.

Happy cooking!



How to make a lazy perogy casserole, all the taste of perogies but none of the hard work! #perogy #casserole

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Baked Lazy Perogy Casserole

How to make a lazy perogy casserole, all the taste of perogies but none of the hard work! 
5 from 10 votes
Prep Time
20 minutes
Cook Time
1 hour
Total Time
1 hour 20 minutes
Main Course
Karlynn Johnston


  • 10 lasagna noodles not oven ready!
  • 2 cups cottage cheese
  • 1 large egg
  • 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 2 cups mashed potatoes
  • 1 1/2 cups butter
  • 2 cups chopped onion
  • 8 slices bacon diced


  • Cook noodles to al dente according to the package directions, then cool and set aside.
  • Mix the cottage cheese, egg and onion powder together in a small bowl.
  • Mix the mashed potatoes ( it's easier if they are warm!) and cheese together in a small bowl.
  • Fry the butter, onions and bacon together until soft and cooked.
  • In the bottom of a 9x13 pan, lay three lasagna noodles to cover the bottom. ( see video above for this part if you need help!). There is one extra in case you need patching - it happens!!!!
  • Spread the cottage cheese mixture over those noodles.
  • Lay three more noodles on top. Spread the potato mixture over top, slowly and carefully. It helps if you heat it up.
  • Lay three more noodles on top. Pour the butter/bacon/onion mixture all over the top evenly.
  • Bake in a 350 °F oven for 50-60 minutes, until the internal temperature reaches a 180-190 degrees. ( this means the egg/cottage cheese layer is set and cooked).
  • Remove and let sit for a few minutes, then slice and serve!
  • This freezes AMAZINGLY!!!! Make two and freeze one in the pan, well covered, for another night!
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Nutrition Information

Calories: 744kcal, Carbohydrates: 44g, Protein: 21g, Fat: 53g, Saturated Fat: 30g, Cholesterol: 158mg, Sodium: 813mg, Potassium: 442mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 4g, Vitamin A: 1395IU, Vitamin C: 15.1mg, Calcium: 234mg, Iron: 1.1mg

All calories and info are based on a third party calculator and are only an estimate. Actual nutritional info will vary with brands used, your measuring methods, portion sizes and more.

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This lazy perogy casserole freezes like a BOSS, you guys.

Did I just sound like my kids there? I think I did. They are rubbing off on me, I’m pretty sure that’s their favourite saying lately.

It’s the truth. When you make this you just go ahead and double the recipe and after you bake them, wrap one up in the 9×13 you baked it in and re-heat it later. You are going to be SO glad that you did, when you realize on that crazy night full of swim team/hockey practice/teacher’s interviews that you actually have the most delicious dinner possible waiting for you in the freezer. Heck, triple it if you want. You won’t be sorry and if you are getting all those dishes dirty anyway, then make two!

Who has tried a lazy perogy casserole before? What did you think?

Happy Baking babes!

Love you more than ???????!


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Karlynn Johnston

I’m a busy mom of two, wife & cookbook author who loves creating fast, fresh meals for my little family on the Canadian prairies. Karlynn Facts: I'm allergic to broccoli. I've never met a cocktail that I didn't like. I would rather burn down my house than clean it. Most of all, I love helping YOU get dinner ready because there's nothing more important than connecting with our loved ones around the dinner table!

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  1. Sandra says

    Is there a way to make this without the cottage cheese?

  2. Nancy Grober says

    Can this be done in a microwave or pan on stove

  3. Kate says

    Very good recipe! I am celiac as well as lactose intolerant so I substituted the regular pasta for gluten free pasta, cottage cheese with lactose free cottage cheese, and cheese for lactose free cheese. I also only used about a Tbs. of lactose free butter and it turns out beautifully! Thank you for this recipe!5 stars

  4. Darleen says

    Can you make this, freeze it, then bake later like next week. Thanks

  5. Lyndsey says

    Do you use the wet cottage cheese or the dry cottage cheese? I just don’t want it to be a runny mess! 🙂

  6. Jan Y. says

    I have to say I make really delicious actual perogies and have made a few lazy perogie recipes but this dish . . . wow! I did what you suggested and made two small casseroles and froze one. The original one was wonderful. We heated up and ate the frozen one with our easter ham. It had been in the freezer a couple of months. Sooo good. I think I need to buy your recipe books. Thanks for this. Cheers!5 stars

  7. Bette McCracken says

    Leave out the bacon, and it’s a suitable vegetarian dish. One of my go-to’s. I also replace the garlic powder with Adobo seasoning, which gives it a more subtle/complex flavour.

  8. Charlene says

    I saw this on Pinterest and decided that’s what we’re going to have tomorrow for supper. I have a couple of things to buy first otherwise it would be today.
    Curious…..where are you from? I saw Flapper Pie and blue prairie skies and wondered Saskatchewan, I’m from Regina.

  9. Kara says

    Oh holy holy holy! I am adding this to my list for dinner next week. Thanks for the recipe!

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