Whether you are hosting a brunch party or serving your family breakfast, these delicious savory breakfast casseroles are a cinch to put together. Healthy and filling, with ingredients such as cheese, sausage or bacon, veggies and, of course, eggs as the main ingredient.
Do the prep work the day before, cover with foil and refrigerate. Then, bake the casserole dish in the morning and serve warm with bagels or fruit.
Here you will find breakfast casseroles with a hash brown crust and casseroles that can also be sweet, such as a French Toast Casserole with blueberries or apples which is a favorite for adults and kids.
English Muffin, Egg and Ham Strata Overnight Bake
Wow your guests with this stacked English muffin and ham casserole! It makes a beautiful and delicious brunch presentation. Find the Recipe Here from Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog.
Overnight Sausage and Egg Bake
Do the work the night before and have a delicious breakfast casserole for your guests the next day! Find the Recipe Here from Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog.
Spinach, Mushroom and Gruyere Strata
Spinach, Mushroom and Gruyere Strata is a perfect dish for Sunday brunch. It’s similar to a savory bread pudding, and it’s the epitome of comfort food. Find the Recipe Here from The Foodie Physician.
The Best Cheesy Vegetable Casserole
Whether you are cooking for a crowd or Sunday brunch, cheesy breakfast casserole is sure to be a winner! Find the Recipe Here from Savory Experiments.
Baked French Toast Supreme
Delicious and decadent French toast casserole with a delicious custard filling. Find the Recipe Here from Tampa Cake Girl.
Potato Crusted Broccoli and Bacon Frittata
A flexible, easy-to-assemble meal that’s always a hit! Find the Recipe Here from Fountain Avenue Kitchen.
Easy and delicious, all of your favorite breakfast ingredients in one dish! Find the Recipe Here from In the Kitchen with Jenny.
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