When the guests arrive at breakfast or brunch, you'll be so glad you've got breakfast casseroles premade and heating in the oven. Pick your favorite casseroles and start planning -- some even freeze for spontaneous potluck breakfast or brunch invitations!
Oats and fruit make for a high fiber, filling breakfast casserole.
This classic casserole features all the breakfast favorites--hash browns, cheese, ham, and scrambled eggs.
This hearty meat, potato, egg, and cheese dish is a delicious choice for breakfast or dinner. Just alter your side dishes accordingly.
You can substitute crab-flavored fish (surimi) pieces, flaked, for the cooked shrimp and crab in this delicious breakfast casserole.
Waffles take a walk on the savory side in this slow cooker sausage-infused bread pudding.
This cheesy breakfast or brunch recipe is a make-ahead special. Fix it the night before and pop it in the oven the next morning.
This easy casserole is hiding three kinds of cheese under the vegetables! Eat as a light meal on its own or pair with a piece of grilled chicken, salmon or steak.
Cinnamon, sugar, milk, and eggs are mixed with oatmeal to create this hearty breakfast casserole.
Frozen waffles form the base of this simple egg and sausage casserole.
Pair spaghetti squash with bacon, cheese, swiss chard and eggs for an unforgettable, unique and filling breakfast.
Toss the dream cheese plate duo, cheddar and apples, into this comfort food bread and egg casserole. Prepare the night before a big brunch, then simply wake and bake.
This breakfast casserole almost couldn't be easier: Simply toss the ingredients in an oven-safe dish, bake and a hearty ham and egg breakfast is served.
For a brunch crowd or potluck, prepare this made-ahead strata to bake right before serving.
This variation on the typical brunch egg casserole features salmon, a good source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
Start any day with time to spare when you make this easy baked omelet. Top with stewed tomatoes and zucchini for an extra nutritious morning meal.