Mexican Breakfast Casserole
Breakfast casseroles are easy to assemble, perfect to make ahead, and a savory hit at any breakfast or brunch. Make a breakfast casserole Mexican with zippy spices and fillings and serve it at your next brunch, and you've got a Mexican morning fiesta on your hands.See Popular Mexican Breakfast Casserole Recipes
A spicy brunch dish.
To lower the sodium in this cheesy, make-ahead breakfast dish, use ground turkey instead of breakfast sausage and add an herb such as thyme or oregano.
The poblano chiles and cotija cheese in this rich and creamy Mexican-style casserole earn a gold star for authenticity. If you cannot locate them in your neighborhood supermarket, look for poblanos (a dark green chile that resembles green peppers) and cotija (a salty white cheese) in any Hispanic grocery store.
A colorful egg bake filled with chorizo, black beans, tomatoes, and corn.
A traditional Mexican dish that can be served for breakfast chili, beans, corn tortilla chips, tomatoes, and queso fresco combined and baked to perfection.
In a hurry? Reach for bottled salsa rather than homemade. Ready to roll piecrust speeds up the quiche-style dish, and dinner is ready in less than an hour.
Try an individual quiche with Mexican-inspired fillings for a freezer-friendly, gluten-free, and satisfying breakfast.
We can't pass up any recipe with "Mexican" in it. Love chicken. Love quick and easy casseroles.
Breakfast can set the tone for the whole day, but too often it's rushed, predictable or even skipped altogether. We know it's hard to get excited over a bowl of cold cereal, but how about a delicious breakfast casserole? Even the crankiest of non-morning people are sure to face the day with a smile after enjoying a one of these hearty, warm breakfast treats.
What do you get when you toss together Velveeta, hash browns, beef and veggies? A hearty main with big Tex-Mex flavors. You'll be hoping for leftovers.
This puffy egg-topped dish is delicious served as a light dinner or breakfast.
Beans, rice, eggs, and cheese provide the protein while chili powder and cumin provide the Tex-Mex kick.
A Chiles Rellenos Casserole with mildly spicy poblano peppers, creamy Monterey Jack, and salty Cotija cheese is a deliciously easy at-home Mexican meal.
We love all Mexican recipes, but this one for a vegetarian enchilada casserole (click here for the recipe), with fresh salsa, is simply irresistible. And we swear, we can do this better than even the Mexican takeout joint down the block. And it's not just healthy but also one of the prettiest dishes around.