These egg casserole recipes are a great way to get excited about breakfast.
From corned beef hash, blueberry French toast, and even enchiladas, they’re oh-so-simple and packed with flavor.
The great thing about these egg casserole bakes is that you can make them the night before.
You can just pop them in the oven while you brew your coffee. They often require few ingredients and a simple way to jazz up breakfast (or dinner).
Bacon, potato, egg, and plenty of cheese, what’s not to love? This simple yet satisfying meal is foolproof and sure to please.
Packed with smoky bacon, frozen shredded potatoes (no need to thaw), and plenty of cheese, it’s all the breakfast classics in one dish.
You can also throw all the ingredients together the night before. When you’re ready, pop it in the oven, sit back, and relax.
This simple recipe checks all boxes for a healthy start to your day.
It has protein, plenty of veggies, and dairy for a well-rounded meal, and it’s delicious!
The addition of Bisquick mix gives this casserole a fluffy texture that pairs perfectly with rich sausage and eggs.
It includes pork sausage, bell peppers and onions, plenty of cheese, frozen hash browns, and only four eggs to bind it together.
It’s part pancake, part omelet, and it’s sure to lure late sleepers out of bed in the morning.
This recipe is a great option when you need to feed an army and are short on time.
Unlike other egg casserole dishes, this option is low in carbs and high in protein without sacrificing flavor.
The addition of sour cream makes this savory breakfast casserole so creamy and delicious.
It provides a light and creamy kick that pairs perfectly with smoky sausage and bell peppers.
Egg casseroles aren’t as rich and colorful as this cowboy breakfast casserole!
Not only does this dish pop with color, but it’s also very nutritious.
It’s packed with breakfast fuel to start your day on the right foot.
It pairs smoky bacon with bell peppers, diced Russet potatoes, black beans, and plenty of cheese!
It’s rich in protein from eggs and black beans (that won’t leave you reaching for a snack before lunch).
This recipe is super easy to whip together and is a great way to feed a big group of people or eat for the next few days.
Be sure to cook the sausage and peppers together before adding them to the egg dish for ultimate flavors, and don’t forget the cheese!
You can make this recipe on a Sunday morning and portion it out into containers for meal prep the following week.
Are you looking for a casserole dish that is on the healthy side?
This recipe uses classic breakfast flavors like bacon and eggs but takes it easy on the cheese.
It doesn’t omit cheese completely (because what’s an egg casserole without cheesy goodness?), but it keeps the portions low.
When adding cheese, opt for a punchy and flavorful cheese that won’t get lost in these intense flavors.
Use strong cheese such as sharp cheddar to cut through the smoky bacon.
Many egg casseroles tend to be a little dense.
If you are in the mood for a light and fluffy dish that comes together in a snap, this strata recipe is worth checking out.
It’s a great option when you want to impress brunch guests but don’t want to get up at the crack of dawn to start cooking.
It’s packed with yummy ingredients such as deli ham, pepper, gouda cheese, and red peppers. Top the dish with chopped crusty bread and plenty of cheese.
This spinach and cheese strata infuses classic breakfast flavors without the meat.
Since this dish has few ingredients, reaching for good quality cheese is essential.
Grated Gruyère and Paremseano Reggiano are perfect options that lift the earthy flavor of the spinach.
Top it with crusty bread and bake until golden and delicious.
This simple and affordable breakfast casserole from Paula Deen is very clever.
Adding a layer of white bread to the bottom of the pan serves as a makeshift breakfast crust. It absorbs all of those delicious breakfast flavors.
Line your casserole dish with crustless white bread, and top it with cooked sausage and cheese.
The egg mixture earns a little extra kick from dry mustard, and the added milk keeps this dish light and fluffy.
This isn’t your average breakfast casserole. It has many of the staples as the classic egg casserole.
However, subtle changes in the ingredients transform this dish into a real show-stopper.
The addition of heavy cream makes this dish impossibly light and fluffy.
When baking, the cream gives the eggs a rich and clustered-like texture. Paired with tangy feta cheese and earthy spinach, this dish will not disappoint.
Everything bagels are the ultimate breakfast indulgence, but they aren’t exactly the healthiest.
This egg casserole combines and includes everything you love about Everything bagels (including the bagels), but adds more nutrition.
Line the bottom of a casserole dish with chopped everything bagels, bacon, and tomatoes.
Pour the egg and cheese mixture over the top and dot with cubes of cream cheese. It’s creamy, delicious, and a healthier way to enjoy your morning bagel.
This gluten-free egg casserole is a great way to infuse all of those delicious flavors of a BLT without all that bread.
It’s a beautiful breakfast dish but works well as lunch or a quick and easy dinner option.
To make it gluten-free, replace the bread with cauliflower rice or chopped potato.
Line the pan with bacon, tomatoes, and a handful of greens like spinach or arugula. Top it with a flavorful egg mixture and bake.
This Amish breakfast casserole has all the staples of a rustic country breakfast served in a casserole dish.
It includes bacon, hash browns, sweet onion, and cheese and earns a flavorful spice punch with plenty of Tony Chachere’s No Salt Seasoning Blend.
The addition of cottage cheese into the egg mixture makes this dish so impossibly delicious.
It infuses a good deal of moisture and flavor and pairs well with this classic dish’s rich and salty flavors.
I love eggs benedict in all forms, including this super simple overnight breakfast casserole.
This recipe is worth checking out if you want the tart and bright flavors of eggs Benedict without the hassle of perfectly poached eggs.
Layer the bottom of a casserole dish with English muffins, salty ham, and egg mixture.
On its own, it’s incredible. However, you can take this recipe to new heights by drizzling tangy hollandaise sauce after it’s finished baking.
It’s hearty, packed with savory Italian flavors, and won’t leave you snacking before lunch.
This casserole is a super easy breakfast option, but it’s so filling that it works as an easy dinner dish.
Pair Italian sausage with rich veggies such as broccoli, red onion, and red potatoes.
Mix the eggs with milk, salt, pepper, and plenty of cheese, and pour it over the top. Bake and garnish it with chives for an added punch of bright flavors.
Casseroles aren’t exactly healthy, except for this low-carb spanakopita cottage cheese recipe.
It’s low in carbs, high in protein, and packed with nutritious veggies.
This recipe only uses egg whites, which makes it low in calories, so it’s perfect for those who need to keep their cholesterol in check.
It pairs egg whites with tangy feta cheese that works well with earthy spinach and cottage cheese.
Are you on the hunt for a sweeter and more indulgent recipe? This blueberry French toast bake tastes like blueberry cheesecake for breakfast.
This recipe is worth checking out if you want to satisfy your guests with a killer breakfast bake.
Plus, it comes together in a flash. Pile a casserole dish with cut-up day-old bread, cubed cream cheese, and top blueberries.
The egg mixture includes sweet notes from maple syrup and vanilla extract, making this dish hard to resist.
This recipe is straightforward, and the green chilies add a pop of spice to this dish.
Plus, it’s a great way to infuse rich flavors into this vegetarian bake.
The addition of cottage cheese in this casserole is a great way to infuse a little more protein and makes the eggs light and fluffy.
Adding mild green chilies to this recipe adds a pop of flavor and pairs perfectly with shredded Mexican cheese.
Do you know what breakfast is missing? Pasta. This overnight breakfast lasagna packs plenty of cheese and rich flavors from the bacon.
The best part is that you can prepare the entire dish the night before.
Just pop it into the oven in the morning for a super quick and easy meal.
This egg and croissant brunch bake is great for appealing to a large crowd. Who doesn’t melt at the mere mention of croissants?
Line the bottom of a casserole dish with chopped croissants and rich cheese (Swiss and Gruyere work best in this dish).
Pour your egg mixture over the top, and bake in the oven.
You can even throw all the ingredients in the dish the night before. Then, bake it in the oven right before hungry guests arrive.
Are you looking for a simple egg casserole dish to impress your guests? Think of this dish as an elevated casserole.
It utilizes rich and premium ingredients to make you rethink the idea of casseroles.
This dish infuses rich prosciutto that imparts a rich and smoky flavor into the egg and Fontina cheese mixture.
Top it with asparagus and bake it in the oven until golden and delicious.
I love a reason to break out my Instant Pot.
It only calls for eight ingredients (you likely have on hand) and requires very little prep before it hits the Instant Pot.
Toss whole wheat bread, ham, spinach, brie, and basil in your egg mixture in a bowl.
Throw it into your Instant Pot and bake for around 45 minutes. It’s super easy and oh-so-tasty.
Nothing says summer quite like a Caprese salad.
This Caprese breakfast casserole has all the rich flavors of this classic summer salad in breakfast form.
The garlic, fresh tomatoes, basil, onion, and shredded mozzarella pair perfectly with the rich egg mixture.
Be prepared to stock up on eggs because this recipe calls for 18 eggs!
These overnight breakfast enchiladas work great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
They take a little more time than your classic dump-and-bake casseroles, but they’re worth the extra effort.
Fill tortillas with a mixture of sausage, bacon, and cheese and line them in a casserole dish.
Pour the egg mixture on top, and garnish it with extra cheese.
This is yet another recipe you can prep the night prior to save on time.
Whenever I make waffles, there are always leftovers.
With this recipe, you can repurpose them into this scrumptious cheesy waffle and ham breakfast casserole.
Line the bottom of a casserole dish with cut-up waffle pieces, layer it with ham and cheese, and then another layer of waffles.
Pour the egg mixture on top, and bake it until golden and delicious.
This dish is so easy to make, but it tastes like you’ve been in the kitchen for hours. The addition of canned biscuits makes this dish so fast and easy.
Spread uncooked canned biscuit pieces in the bottom of a casserole dish, and top them with sausage, cheese, and egg.
This stunning casserole is a great way to jazz up leftovers. This recipe is worth checking out if you have leftover corned beef from St. Patrick’s Day.
Toss corned beef, potatoes, and herbs in the bottom of a casserole dish, and use a spoon to make indentions for the egg.
In each indentation, crack a raw egg and bake it in the oven. It looks like something from a magazine, and it’s so easy to put together.
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