The saying goes that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but do you often find yourself struggling to figure out what to make in the morning? Perhaps you are tired of just having cereal or yogurt?
You are in luck! These breakfast casseroles will give you the inspiration to try something new. Guests and family members will ask you for seconds. Keep reading and get cooking!
1. Denver breakfast casserole
The Denver omelet is a classic. Green bell peppers, cubed ham, and onions all wrapped in velvety eggs — there's little better to indulge in during a lazy Sunday breakfast. However, omelets sometimes come with problems. They don't always turn out or flip properly, and they're a dish that requires time standing over a stove. Not this recipe!
2. Ham and cheese croissant breakfast casserole
Ham and cheese on a flaky croissant makes a mighty fine breakfast, but you know what makes an even better one? Turning those ingredients into a savory bread pudding. This easy recipe combines buttery croissants, salty ham, and flavorful cheese baked in a rich egg custard for a brunch dish that is pure genius.
3. Bacon, egg and cheese biscuit casserole
This casserole recipe is one of our absolute favorite ways to serve biscuits, mainly because it's just as tasty with day-old biscuits as with fresh ones. While the recipe below incorporates cheddar cheese into the dough, you can just as easily make it with plain biscuits.
4. Breakfast lasagna
Do you love french toast? This recipe is a twist on a classic. The ingredients include French toast, eggs, maple syrup, ham, cheese, and hash browns. That's right! With each bite, you get a small taste of your favorite breakfast items. The best part? It's easy to put together! Get the recipe here.
5. Chile relleno breakfast casserole
This chile relleno breakfast casserole is a favorite. Serve this cheesy egg dish to your family or friends for Sunday brunch. With three types of cheese, green chilies, and scrambled eggs, your friends and family will be begging you to make this mouthwatering dish.
6. Overnight pancake casserole
Frozen pancakes provide the raw material for this casserole. It saves time, and the frozen ones hold up just fine overnight and in the oven. Get the recipe here.
7. Chili hash brown casserole
When winter arrives, a good, hearty chili is already on our minds. There are few dishes quite as warming as a luscious bowl of steaming, meaty chili. Although it's difficult to improve on perfection, this recipe for chili hash browns adds a whole new layer of comfort to what is already regarded as one of the world's most comforting dishes!
8. Low carb, no-egg bake
Tired of eating eggs? This recipe is a great way to break up the monotony while sticking to a gluten-free, low-carb, Keto, or low-glycemic diet. Feel free to substitute your favorite vegetables for the cauliflower in this recipe, and use turkey sausage if you prefer it to bacon. Double the recipe (use a larger baking dish), so you can reheat the leftovers for tomorrow’s breakfast.
9. Cinnamon roll French toast casserole
French toast is the best! There's something about it that signals the beginning of a great weekend. This delicious cinnamon roll French toast casserole is one of my weekend favorite recipes. Gooey cinnamon rolls meet sweet and eggy French toast, plus cream cheese icing (and who doesn't love cream cheese icing?). By using refrigerator cinnamon rolls, this dish is done in a flash. It really just doesn't get better than that! Get the recipe here.