This casserole is what you make for brunch on Sunday morning or brinner. Your choice! The hardest part to this casserole is browning the sausage. Serve this casserole with fresh fruit, and maybe some pancakes or muffins and your family will be happy campers.
What people says about this recipe?
Briana Yelverton Creative; Very good! I used half the ingredients to feed two people and let it cook a little longer because I don’t like my eggs too wet.
NANZ Info; We enjoyed it. Easy to make I had all the ingredients already. Added garlic powder and onion powder. Will definitely make this again.
Angie Hernandez; I didn’t have potatoes or hash browns but I did have turkey kielbasa & turkey sausage. I used cheddar cheese, Monterey Jack & mozzarella & about 5 eggs. It was pretty good. I’d make this again & tweak it again.
Suzanne Koziol Smart; Made this. Seemed runny after 45 minutes. Put it in for another 15 minutes and it was very good. Family loved it. Will make it again with adjusted cooking time.
Rheana Trujillo; This casserole is honestly perfect! I could eat it all day long. Perfect for breakfast meal prep! This will be a constant in my household.
Sarah Mixco; Delicious! I added half a green pepper and half an onion to get some more veggies in and I don’t like runny eggs so I cooked the casserole covered in foil at 375 for 20min and then took off the foil and baked for another 15min.
Amber Grimaldi; Easy and tasted great. Mine was a little runny on the bottom after the fact, but I am telling myself it’s because I use the larger cubed hash browns instead of the shredded kind.
Megan Barrett; Awesome Christmas breakfast. I cooked mine a little too long; so I have to adjust my time, it it was amazingly delicious.