Quick & Easy Breakfast Casserole

I am typically not a casserole fan. Except when it comes to breakfast. Oh yes, there is nothing better than warm egg-y, cheesy, baked goodness in the morning.

I have been making this particular casserole for years to share at MOPS meetings. The food of course, is a big reason I have enjoyed MOPS for the last seven years. ;)

I usually throw this together in about ten minutes, but this can also be made the night before and then moved from the fridge to oven in just a few seconds.

This is what our family prefers, but you can easily adjust the amounts to suit your family’s tastes.

Casseroles are such a frugal and easy way to feed a large group of hungry moms. Enjoy!

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About Alyssa Francis

A thirty-something wife and mother of four! Two daughters by birth, one son by marriage, and a sweet baby boy born in April of 2009. Oldest sister of four girls raised by a single mom. California native. Grew up in Hawaii. Somehow ended up in North Texas. Once a single mom. Former agnostic. A survivor of abuse and addiction. Forgiven by a great big God. Married to my best friend.

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  1. I am not a meat eater but my family loves this recipe. I make it ahead at least once a month on Friday and heat it up on the Sabbath so I am not in the kitchen cooking and can rest and study on Sabbath out of the kitchen! It is quick and easy and a tummy pleaser! Thanks for sharing!
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  2. Melissa G. says:

    Thanks for posting this recipe! I can’t wait to try it out!

  3. Can I please have some right now?!
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  4. Sounds yummy! Sounds great for an easy Sunday morning breakfast. Thanks for sharing!

  5. You can also get by with less eggs and more milk, especially if you make it the night before and keep it in the fridge for all the liquid to soak up into the bread. YUM! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

  6. Thanks for sharing a good and easy to make recipe.

  7. I made a breakfast casserole recently. Great minds think alike. Yours looks delicious. I will be trying your version next time.
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  8. I love this dish. Its especially good because you do most of the work the day before, so you can just throw it in the oven while you are getting ready in the morning.
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  9. Looks yummy! I used to love the breakfast dishes at MOPS too, and I would always bring an egg casserole with me also. I used shredded hash browns rather than the bread…mmmm….delicious! I still make it occasionally at home for dinner.
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  10. I can eat breakfast for every meal. This might even be dinner tonight!! Thanks for sharing.

    Lisa
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  11. This sounds wonderful! Thanks for sharing!
    Kas
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  12. I am a huge fan of casseroles and this one looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing. I will be trying this recipe out very soon.

  13. It takes forever to feed this crew bacon eggs and toast and this would be much faster. I can’t wait to try it. Thanks !!!
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  14. Thank you very much for great recipe. I reposted on my blog
    http://slovakmama.blogspot.com/2010/03/jednoducha-omeleta-pecena-v-rure.html

    Thank you

    Lenka

  15. this looks yummy, I will put it to the test this weekend..

  16. I go to MOPs too! This is my last year. I will have to bring this casserole to the next meeting. Thanks!

  17. Do you think it would work as well with bacon?

  18. This recipe is awesome! Thanks so much for posting. I made it for my church one Sunday. It was a big hit!.

    Also, I”m a college student and decided to try making a one serving size casserole in the microwave at my dorm. Worked amazingly well. :D

  19. Christine says:

    This was a huge hit at MOPS lat time I made it. There was none left at all!!! Its my turn to bring something again..looks like I will be making it!

    Thanks so much for allowing us to have it.

  20. TheirMommyHisWife says:

    I make something very similar to this, except I am lazy and don’t cut up the bread- just layer it in there kind of like shingles on a roof :) I also use whatever leftover ham, bacon, or sausage I have on hand. I’ve even used shredded chicken and some bacon and it turned out so yummy! The cheesier, the better!
    Blessings :)

  21. This has been what our family calls Christmas breakfast for as many years as I have been alive…so at least 33…lol…with slight variations on the recipe, my mother has made this a very special meal for us….up until a few years ago, I thought it was her own recipe…haha, and I thought you could only eat it for Christmas morning!!! But either way, whenever you eat it and however you eat it…it’s delicious and I can never get enough!!

  22. Brandon Sadler says:

    My question is if i were to cook this on a Thursday and reheat it on saturday morning, will it still be good? and will the bread hold up that long. I get married on June 23 and we plan on preparing our Saturday morning breakfast the thursday before…

  23. The family loved this! Big Hit! Thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!

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