On chaotic holiday mornings, these Christmas breakfast casseroles save the day.
Casseroles are great for feeding a crowd. You typically just throw everything into a dish and bake it.
You can also make most casseroles ahead of time. Assemble them the night before, then wake up and let them bake.
That means no more juggling family time, gifts, and breakfast prep.
These incredible casseroles have tons of flavor and lots of your favorite ingredients. You’ll be obsessed.
Make Christmas morning a breeze with these Christmas breakfast casseroles.
The copycat hash brown casserole is a fantastic brunch for any holiday.
This casserole is cheesy, full of shredded potatoes, and has tons of flavor.
It makes a wonderful side dish or a complete meal.
This recipe even gives Cracker Barrel a run for its money.
This classic Christmas breakfast casserole is easy, delicious, and it won’t take all day to make.
This casserole features salty breakfast sausage, fluffy bread, and creamy scrambled eggs.
It’s cheesy, savory, and super yummy.
No need to miss any of the magic. Make this the night before for an even easier Christmas morning.
Blueberry French toast casserole is a sweet breakfast casserole that everybody will love.
If French toast and blueberry cheesecake had a baby, this would be their creation.
It’s full of juicy blueberries and creamy, custard-like, cream cheese.
This is the absolute best way to start your holiday morning.
This casserole gets its name for a reason. It’s incredibly easy and SO tasty.
Layer your favorite bread with ham, cheese, and more bread. It’s like a giant sandwich in a pan.
Top it with crunchy cornflakes for extra texture.
You and your family will love this simple dish.
Loaded overnight breakfast casserole is going to be your new tradition.
This is indeed loaded. With bacon, sausage, eggs, cheese, and bread, you can’t go wrong.
Prep it overnight so all of the flavors have time to sit and combine. This is the perfect Christmas breakfast.
This breakfast casserole will have your family as excited for breakfast as they are for gifts.
Bisquick pancake mix helps keep it nice and fluffy and the flavor is scrumptious.
I love this casserole because it’s super filling and super yummy.
Plus, make it the night before so you can save time in the morning.
Overnight casseroles make Christmas morning a cinch.
This egg and sausage breakfast recipe is delicious and easy!
The salty sausage and flavorful peppers and onions make this a great holiday breakfast.
The fluffy eggs and melty cheese take it to the next level.
Roll out of bed and pop this in the oven. Breakfast will be on the table with no effort at all.
This Italian sausage breakfast casserole is a flavor-packed way to start your day.
Enjoy this delicious casserole on busy holiday mornings. It’s easy to assemble and tastes fantastic.
With sausage, broccoli, cheese, and eggs, could it get any better?
The whole family will love everything about this dish.
French toast without standing over the stove all morning? Count me in!
This sweet casserole has all the flavors you love but none of the hassle.
It’s easy and super scrumptious. The streusel topping makes it absolutely irresistible.
If Santa finds out you’re making this in the morning, he’ll stick around for breakfast.
This six-ingredient casserole is easy and tasty. The entire family will go back for more.
With a layer of biscuits and sausage throughout, this is always a crowd-pleaser.
Whether it’s a holiday or a busy weekend, this dish has you covered.
As always, you can assemble this the night before for an effortless morning meal.
Farmer’s casserole is filled to the brim with lots of delicious “farm-friendly” ingredients.
Ham, eggs, cheese, and hash browns get the day started in a spectacular way.
Combine these ingredients with some evaporated milk and sprinkle on some green onions.
This will be a guaranteed hit on Christmas morning.
Croissant bread pudding is a delightful casserole that’s full of sweet and indulgent flavors.
This recipe requires some flakey croissants, a cheesecake-like mixture, and fruit. It’s like bread pudding for breakfast.
Even if you don’t love bread pudding, you’ll be obsessed with this holiday brunch.
Pumpkin spice apple monkey bread is the perfect Christmas breakfast food.
This recipe has tons of pumpkin spice, dried apple pieces, and brown sugar.
Then, it gets drizzled with a heavenly pumpkin spice glaze.
This twist on classic monkey bread will be loved by kids and adults!
Spinach mushroom casserole is a veggie lover’s breakfast #goals.
With superfood spinach and tender mushrooms, this dish is both healthy and delicious.
This casserole makes a fantastic side dish or a lovely main course.
Whip up this simple breakfast on Christmas morning or any time you have a full house.
This easy-to-make spinach bacon and mushroom casserole is a must!
Start by scrambling some eggs and mixing in bacon and mushrooms.
Then, add leafy spinach for extra flavor and nutrients.
You can add more of your favorite ingredients if you like. Just mix, pour, bake, and enjoy!
Ham and cheese overnight breakfast casserole is hardy, tasty, and makes mornings a breeze!
This savory dish is full of salty ham, melty cheese, and fluffy eggs.
It’s the ideal meal for any holiday and will cut out the Christmas morning rush.
This casserole will be your new favorite meal.
A Spanish tortilla is nothing like your common Mexican tortilla. This is a whole meal on its own!
This Spanish tortilla is made with eggs, potatoes, and onions.
Add bell peppers, Manchego cheese, and sour cream to make it extra special.
For a Christmas breakfast that’s simple yet special, this recipe is the best!
Panettone is a classic at Christmas time in Italy. Why not turn it into French toast and enjoy it for breakfast?
This recipe is simple and a great way to use up leftover Panettone.
Cut it up and combine it with cinnamon, sugar, maple syrup, and a quick custard.
Add the crumb topping which includes chocolate chips and you’re in for a treat!
Roasted potato breakfast casserole is a lovely breakfast any day of the year.
This recipe is basically pan-fried potatoes smothered with a cheesy bacon and egg mixture.
It’s a dish full of loaded potatoes for breakfast!
If you love potatoes, this should definitely be your next holiday breakfast meal!
Turkey sausage is a great swap for regular pork breakfast sausage.
This recipe is the perfect base for any kind of customization.
I love all of the flavors and ingredients in this yummy casserole.
Sausage and potatoes make it hearty while the peppers and onions add tons of flavor.
Christmas mornings will be super simple with this recipe.
This Amish breakfast casserole is one of my favorites.
It’s stuffed with chicken sausage, hash browns, cheese, and bacon.
You can make it overnight and bake it the next day for extra simple mornings.
Kids will love this meal, and your family will be asking for seconds.
Hashbrown breakfast casserole is the ideal early morning meal for a crowd.
It’s especially great for busy holiday mornings.
With fluffy eggs, flavor-packed sausage, and tasty hash browns this layered dish is wonderful.
Top it all with some cheese and bake it to perfection.
You’ll love this easy breakfast.
This baked French toast casserole with apples and raisins is the best. Make it ahead of time for extra ease.
I love the delicious fruit and it has a touch of cinnamon. Plus, using cinnamon raisin bread is a fun twist!
This French toast casserole will quickly become a new Christmas morning tradition.
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