Sunday Brunch Casserole Recipe
A hearty bacon, egg, and hash brown casserole for the bacon lover in all of us. Feel free to use turkey bacon rather than pork!
Have this sausage, egg, and hash browns casserole on Sunday morning or whenever you'd like a tasty breakfast treat.
So good! I did change a few things. That is the only reason that I did not give it 5 stars. I cooked sausage and bacon till crisp, mixed them with O’Brian potatoes, the eggs, milk and cheese. I seasoned the egg mix and baked in a casserole dish. I t needed to cook a little longer than stated, but it was so good! Thank you!
quick and easy, I use spicy sausage in plsce of the bacon. YUM!!!
I was looking for a breakfast casserole recipe, and I am glad I chose this one. The proportions of eggs, potatoes, and meat were just right. It took almost an hour to cook, but that is because it had been in the fridge. (I made it the night before.) I used a pound of sausage instead of bacon, and I used frozen potatoes o'brien (which already contained the onions and red peppers). This recipe is a keeper.
A delicious casserole - elegant enough for a Sunday brunch!
Yum. I made this as written and my family loved it. It makes more than 6 servings - we had half a pan left after the 4 of us ate - but that's ok because it keeps for several days in the fridge and makes a good, quick breakfast. You could reduce the calories and fat by using reduced far cheese and turkey bacon or sausage.
Great as is! However, I needed to cook for about an hour as the center was not done after 45 minutes.