Sit down to a leisurely weekend brunch and enjoy one of these light and flavorful breakfast casseroles.
The breakfast casserole streamlines a morning routine like few other recipes can. Since most can be prepared in advance, day-of
prep time is minimal, and the end result is a mouth-watering dish everyone will adore.
We'll start off with a classic: our Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Casserole.
Pop a prepared casserole in the oven and let it bake while you sip coffee—that’s the way to wake up on a lazy Sunday. Seems like every family has a beloved version of this type of breakfast strata. This one is much lower in fat than most.
View Recipe: Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Casserole
When it comes time to serve a crowd, this easy French toast casserole is a rich and decadent addition to any breakfast or
View Recipe: Easy French Toast Casserole
Assemble this tasty dish the night before, then pop it in the oven about an hour before you want to eat.
View Recipe: Mushroom, Bacon, and Swiss Strata
Home fries meet casserole in this ultimate comfort food dish that's great for brunch (or even dinner). It's most economical
to buy a block of cheese and shred it yourself.
View Recipe: Turkey Sausage, Mushroom, and Potato Gratin
Think of this as stuffed French toast in a casserole. Here, sweet cinnamon bread meets juicy pears and the savory bite of
Gruyère cheese. You want a pear variety that will hold its shape and won't exude too much moisture as the strata bakes—we
liked Anjou and Concorde.
View Recipe: Pear and Gruyère Strata
Grapefruit or mixed fruit marmalade will work just as well as the orange marmalade called for in the recipe. Serve the casserole
with honey or pancake syrup warmed with orange rind and a splash of orange juice (add one teaspoon rind and two tablespoons
juice per 1/2 cup syrup). This easy casserole can be assembled in less than 15 minutes and stored in the refrigerator overnight.
View Recipe: Marmalade French Toast Casserole
This breakfast casserole is not only low-fat and easy to prepare, but it's also a great make-ahead breakfast or brunch dish.
Prepare the casserole overnight, then bake in the morning for a hearty and piping hot meal.
View Recipe: Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole
You can assemble the spinach and cheese casserole in less than 10 minutes by using preshredded cheeses. The casserole's spinach,
cheese, and nutmeg ingredient combination produces a rich layer of flavor that everyone will love. Pair this dish with fresh
fruit salad and mini muffins for a lovely brunch.
View Recipe: Spinach-Cheese Bake
A layer of sweet, baked apples and crunchy pecan topping helps this breakfast bread pudding shine. Last-minute prep couldn't
be simpler: Just add a dusting of sugar and nuts.
View Recipe: Apple-Stuffed Strata
This prep-ahead casserole, which turns extra dinner rolls and cranberry sauce into a brunch or dessert treat, is especially
welcome if you are entertaining houseguests for the long holiday weekend. While we enjoyed the tartness of the Granny Smith
apples, any baking apple will do. Serve with apple wedges.
View Recipe: Cranberry-Apple French Toast Casserole
This dish is like enjoying an omelet stuffed with spinach, Swiss cheese, and mushrooms, with hearty sides of bacon and hash
browns, all in one package.
View Recipe: Egg and Hash Brown Casserole
Great for breakfast or dinner, this casserole is easy to make and great as leftovers, too!
View Recipe: Salmon and Potato Casserole
The longer this sets before baking, the more custard-like the consistency will be. Trust us, it's worth the wait.
View Recipe: Ham and Cheese Strata
Creamy and savory collide in a wonderful way—everyone gathered around your holiday breakfast table will love this one.
View Recipe: Sausage and Polenta Breakfast Casserole
If you like bread pudding, you'll love this creamy, custard-rich treat featuring slices of French toast arranged in a pie
pan and and a layer of sweetened dried fruit. The casserole is topped with a sweet, buttery streusel topping before baking.
For a special finishing touch, dollop with whipped topping.
View Recipe: Streusel-Topped French Toast Casserole with Fruit Compote