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25 Best Breakfast Casserole Recipes – NutriVoz

Why settle for a measly breakfast when you can treat yourself to one of these scrumptious breakfast casserole recipes!
It’s easy to get into a rut with your morning breakfast routine. It’s even easier to forget and not eat breakfast at all.
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But with these breakfast casseroles, you can change all that. 

Breakfast casseroles are a great way to feed the family and a wonderful addition to brunch with friends. 
Plus, most breakfast casserole recipes are freezer-friendly so you can defrost, heat, and eat them before running out the door.
French toast lover or hash brown fanatic, there’s a breakfast casserole recipe on this list that will fill your belly with delight. 

This casserole is more than just cheese. It’s a carb-laden and savory cornucopia of flavor. 
Little bits of Italian sausage and diced hash browns will fill that comfort food void you woke up with.
It gets bonus points for the fresh veggies and soft eggs. 
To seal the deal, sprinkle on some cheddar cheese and turn this into a very gratifying morning meal.

When I need a simple and dependable breakfast, I turn to this recipe.
It’s like taking your favorite breakfast sandwich layers and baking them in a casserole. 
The combination of pork sausage, eggs, and cheese will provide you with sustenance for hours.
Green onions and bell peppers add a hint of freshness without overcomplicating the dish.
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Crispy hash browns are no doubt the star of this dish. But it wouldn’t be nearly as stunning without the help of some browned sausage, eggs, and veggies. 
You can save yourself some work and use frozen hash browns rather than busting out the grater. 

Looking to get a quick start to the day? Prepare your casserole in advance with this make-ahead recipe.
You’ll throw it together by mixing eggs, cheese, and veggies. Some suggestions for the veggies include spinach, onions, and bell peppers.
For a meat component, you can add in some browned sausage minus the casing. 
Once your casserole dish is ready, plop it into the fridge and bake in the morning. Or, tuck it away in the freezer for another date. 

This arresting dish will be your new favorite brunch recipe. It’s like a cross between French toast and cheesecake, making it fit for breakfast or dessert. 
If you’ve got some day-old bread to use up, this is an excellent way to use it.
Hard bread is perfect for holding the cream cheese and blueberry topping without falling apart.

Diehard meat and cheese lovers will devour every serving of this dish.
The definition of hearty, this concoction is precisely what it sounds like; egg, meat, and cheese. 
The prep time is minimal while baking will take you about 1 hour. 
This may not be a garden-fresh meal, but who cares. Sometimes, it’s all about packing in the savory ingredients. 

You can’t get more home-style than with this recipe! You’ll have tater tots, ground beef, cheddar cheese, sour cream, and so much more.
This Tex-Mex recipe has a chili-inspired spice blend that adds a whole other level of flavor. 
Don’t be surprised when your kids beg you to make cowboy casserole again and again.
Whether you need a holiday, game day, or potluck recipes, I think this will be a hit.

Not all breakfast casseroles have to be packed with meat and cheese. This vegetarian rendition is a smorgasbord of veggies.
Mushrooms, bell pepper, spinach, potatoes, and onions are a complimentary mix that gets just a little better with a dash of hot sauce.
If you don’t have all these veggies on hand, that’s okay. There’s plenty of room for improvising. 

Fluffy eggs and juicy bits of diced ham are a perfect morning combination to add to your casserole. 
This one doesn’t need the help of embellishments or extravagant spice blends to achieve a killer home-style recipe. 
What it does need is minimal work on your part along with 45 minutes of baking. 

Now, this casserole is the whole shebang! 
It comes loaded with meat, potatoes, eggs, and spice. There are even some veggies thrown in for good measure.
Crispy bacon and breakfast sausage make it sinfully delicious, but you can omit the meat if you have any vegetarians who want a slice. 
While this doesn’t feature a shortlist list of ingredients, it’s certainly fit for the holidays.
Active time is only about 15-minutes while the final result is full of flavor. 
That way, you can feed the family a special meal and save all the hard work for the main event.

Do you need a low-carb breakfast casserole option? Whip up this rustic egg bake. 
Between the bacon, bell peppers, and eggs, you can’t go wrong. With plenty of protein and nutrients, you can start your day off right.
I don’t imagine there being any leftovers, but if there are, what’s left will keep well in the freezer for later.

Eggs benedict is a favorite in my household, but pulling it all together can be quite the task. 
That’s why I’m all about this recipe. You still get all those flavors you love, except in casserole form. 
So you don’t need to worry about the perfect poached eggs or overflowing hollandaise sauce causing your breakfast to fall apart.

Why not take a fluffy biscuit breakfast sandwich and turn it into a casserole?!
Keeping things simple, you’ll line a casserole dish with store-bought biscuit dough. Then you’ll layer eggs, cheese, and Jimmy Dean sausage on top.
I like to add a few dashes of hot sauce to my slice to finish it off.

If you’re looking for an easy egg recipe, look no further than this. With four simple ingredients, you can have a satisfying breakfast ready in a snap. 
All you’ll have to do is layer crescent dough, egg, sausage, and cheese. When you’re ready, pop it in the oven and bake it. 
You can do all the prep work the night before if you like. With a recipe as easy as this, there’s no excuse for skipping a yummy meal in the morning. 

Another stellar use of tater tots is this marvelous dish. The crunchy, tender tots and juicy sausage make this impossible to resist. 
But what really makes this one stand out above all the rest is the salty bites of applewood smoked bacon. 
Breakfast or breakfast for dinner, any time is a good time for this cheesy tater tot dish.

Are you a fan of hash browns and ham? Well, I have your new favorite meal right here!
You’ll cram a casserole dish with shredded spuds, sharp cheddar, and diced ham. You’ll also add in a splash of milk to make the eggs a little bit creamier.
You could add some more veggies if you want or keep it simple like it is.

This casserole is many things, but boring is not one of them.
The combination of black beans, fresh veggies, meat, and eggs is like eating a breakfast burrito and taco all in one dish.
You’ll use an entire carton of eggs and a dash of taco seasoning. I also like to add a spoonful of salsa and slices of avocado on top.  

You can never have too many make-ahead or tater tot breakfast casseroles.
What sets this one apart, however, is you whisk sour cream in the egg mixture. This gives it a little extra something special to pull all the flavors together.

Who can say no to cheesy potatoes? My favorite breakfast combination is cheese and carbs, so it should come as no surprise this is one of my favorites. 
I like to use sharp cheddar cheese because it’s got more bite. However, mild or medium cheddar works well, too.  

Whole30 diet or not, you’ve got to give this breakfast a whirl. 
Caramelized onions and seasoned turkey sausage infuse the eggs with so much flavor. Meanwhile, I love the burst of juicy cherry tomatoes.
This dish is also paleo and gluten-free. However, you can omit the meat if you need to adhere to other dietary restrictions. 

Guys, have you had this cheesy savory strata?! If you haven’t, I urge you to run to the kitchen and get this going. 
You’ll let the bread soak up the egg mixture until it’s fully drenched.
This important step is what makes it rich and fluffy while helping everything to bind. 
This is another terrific recipe for when you want to serve something special for breakfast. 

While strata is a grand breakfast, it’s nowhere near gluten-free. So if you need something that is, try this one instead. 
You’ll use gluten-free bread cubes and a ton of sharp cheddar cheese. Build it the night before, and come morning, all you have to do is bake. 

If you love Crockpot breakfast recipes as much as I do, then you’ve got to try one of my favorites. 
Like many of the others, this one consists of bacon, egg, and cheese. But you’ll let the crockpot do all the work rather than the stove. 
It will take all night to make. But when you wake up in the morning, you’ll literally wake up and smell the bacon!

Pardon my pun, but this breakfast is egg-cellent! The flavors are so spot-on that it would do a firefighter proud.
The rich mushroom sauce, Jimmy Dean sausage, and cheese will have everybody’s stomach growling. 

Here is another spectacular garden-fresh option.
It’s full of nourishing ingredients that will give you the energy boost you need to get going in the morning. 
You’ll use veggies like mushrooms, bell peppers, parsley, onion, and tomato. 
Oh, and here’s a pro tip I’ve learned. Sweat your onions and tomatoes by cooking them on low. 
This will infuse the entire casserole with a more complex flavor that you wouldn’t get from just dumping them in.