40 Breakfast Casseroles {Holiday Christmas Brunch Recipes} Saturday Inspiration & Ideas

40 Breakfast Casseroles {Holiday Christmas Brunch Recipes} Saturday Inspiration & Ideas

Hope everyone is enjoying their last weekend before the holidays. {We have been busy with our last minute preparations for our company next week and I’m so excited!}
One of our holiday traditions is a Family Christmas Morning Breakfast/Brunch. We rotate who is going to host each year between my sisters, brother and myself. {I just love gathering together before the days festivities and seeing the excitement Santa has left behind in the kiddies eyes}40 Breakfast Casserole Recipes

We each bring a warm homemade casserole so it was only fitting this week I gather some scrumptious recipes to showcase for this weeks Saturday Inspiration and Ideas.

Do you wake up to a special breakfast Christmas morning?

{40 Breakfast Casserole Recipes}

Bacon and Hash Brown Egg Bake
{source: Betty Crocker}


Hash Brown Casserole with Bacon, Onions, and Cheese
{source: Cooking Light}


Sausage-Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole
{source: Southern Living}


Ham-and-Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole
{source: Oxmoor House}


Creamy Hash Brown Casserole
{source: Paula Deen}


Hash-Brown Egg Cups
{source: Betty Crocker}


Hash Brown Potato and Egg Bake
{source: Betty Crocker}


Cheddar-Mashed Potato Casserole
{source: Kraft}


Potato Egg Bake Recipe
{source: Taste of Home}


Easy Brunch Bake {stuffing, spinach, eggs, bacon}
{source: Kraft}


Stove Top Easy Brunch Casserole {stuffing, bacon, eggs}
{source: Kraft}


Country Breakfast Casserole {sausage, eggs, gravy}
{source: McCormick}


Southwestern Egg Bake {cornbread stuffing, corn, eggs}
{source: Betty Crocker}


Italian Breakfast Casserole
{source: Jimmy Dean}


Breakfast Enchiladas {sausage, eggs}
{source: Southern Living}


Holiday Breakfast Bake {sausage, eggs, biscuits}
{source: Pillsbury}


Country Breakfast Casserole {sausage, eggs}
{source: Gooseberry Patch}


Company Breakfast Casserole {hash browns, sausage, eggs}
{source: Gooseberry Patch}


Impossibly Easy Breakfast Bake (Crowd Size) {sausage, hash browns, eggs}
{source: Betty Crocker}


Healthy Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Casserole
{source: Cooking Light}


Sausage-and-Egg Casserole
{source: Southern Living}


Overnight Egg-Sausage Bake
{source: Betty Crocker}


Maple Breakfast Casserole {maple sausage, eggs, apples}
{source: Jimmy Dean}


Spicy Sausage Breakfast Squares
{source: Betty Crocker}


Slow Cooker Sausage Breakfast Casserole
{source: Jimmy Dean}


Cheesy Bacon & Egg Brunch Casserole
{source: McCormick}


Impossibly Easy Bacon Pie {bacon, eggs}
{source: Betty Crocker}


Ham ‘n Cheese Omelet Bake
{source: Pillsbury}


Breakfast Sausage Casserole {turkey, eggs}
{source: Cooking Light}


Cheesy Apple-Bacon Brunch
{source: Betty Crocker}


Sausage ‘n Apple Cheddar Biscuit Bake
{source: Betty Crocker}


Pineapple Upside Down Sausage Bake
{source: Kraft}


French Toast Casserole
{source: Paula Deen}


French Toast Casserole Recipe
{source: Taste of Home}


Orange-Pecan French Toast Casserole
{source: Cooking Light}


Overnight Peaches-and-Cream French Toast
{source: All You}


Marmalade French Toast Casserole
{source: Cooking Light}


French Toast Soufflé
{source: Cooking Light}


Overnight Stuffed French Toast
{source: Kraft}


Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Casserole
{source: Paula Deen}

Have a fabulous Sunday. The Sunday Showcase Party will be posted this evening ~ Enjoy!

                  

Comments

  1. Yum! Thanks, Stephanie Lynn! I need a new one for Christmas morning! Have a wonderful week!…hugs…Debbie

  2. Wow! Thanks for this round-up. I’m getting about 16-18 eggs a day and many of these look like they could help with the excess. The Southwestern Egg Bake looks like it might be on my menu coming up. I’ve pinned this list for later.

    http://chickenscratchny.blogspot.com

  3. OMHeavens which one to try!! They all sound, look delicious!!!
    Merry Christmas!

  4. These look sooooo good. We also have a Christmas Brunch. It started over 35 years ago with a Christmas Breakfast Make-ahead casserole and has expanded GREATLY!! Thank you for sharing.

    Have a God Filled Day
    Shirley

  5. oh wow! i’ve got a house full of guests for New Years, now I know just what to do for breakfast… French Toast casserole sounds like a great way to start the new year!

  6. Yummo! I’m hungry just looking at these delicious dishes.

  7. Wow! Excellent! I really like word “casserole” in English and that smart solution for tasteful meal: combine what you have (in refrigerator or in recipe) and that’s it. Thank you for this nice casserole gallery.

  8. EXCEPTIONAL!! I printed out 3 I will be trying…but I think for Christmas morning we’ll try the Paula Dean oatmeal recipe. It just sounds wonderful. Thank so much and Merry Christmas.

  9. I totally have a thing for breakfast casseroles, so this post is right up my alley! Bookmarking now, thanks!

  10. They all look delicious..Where to begin..Which one to choose..I love breakfast casseroles..Thanks for all of the posts..

  11. Wow! Thanks for all the delicious ideas for Christmas morning! I pinned four of them! It’s going to be hard to decide which to make! Merry Christmas!
    Jen
    Scissors & Spatulas

  12. Thanks again, Stephanie!
    On my to do list was to find a good egg casserole for Christmas morning. You just made my job easier!

    Thanks,
    Joanne http://www.doublewideinthesky.blogspot.com

  13. ahhh! my mouth is watering. I want these right now. And I don’t want to make them ;)

    http://munchtalk.blogspot.com

  14. Your collection of recipes look so delicious, that I featured your blog on http://www.tranquillitycottage.blogspot.com

    Can’t wait to try a few recipes for our Christmas Brunch. Thanks.

  15. OMG! I wish I found your blog sooner, these look so good!

  16. Funny how the very last one is the only healthy one…. Your arteries are probably thanking you for that one….
    Yikes, eggs, meat, potatoes – serve these dishes up with some Lipitor..honey,,

  17. Ok, I’m not typically a ‘leave a comment’ kind of girl…however the comment from anonymous prompted me to put my 2 cents in. I owned a health food store and REAL food is a passion of mine. I’ve spent many thousands of hours doing research on what is truly healthy…not what the media/food manufacturers/big pharma would like us to believe. I’m assuming that ‘anonymous’ is referring primarily to the eggs in most of the recipes, but most likely some of the other ingredients as well. I would agree that those recipes offered up by Kraft or Betty Crocker probably call for some of their processed foods and I would skip those and make my own stuffing/biscuits etc. Other than that this is an amazing collection of special occasion casseroles. Pick organic ingredients when you can, use real maple syrup instead of the maple flavored sugar stuff they sell, nitrate free bacon would be cool. But most of all remember that preparing and eating food should be a joyous and love fill event. Good, whole, real food is not the enemy, eggs DO NOT give you high cholesterol, good fats like BUTTER are brain food, and anyone that tells you otherwise is either uninformed or has an agenda. Ok, getting down off the soap box now…

  18. OMG… Looks so delicious!

  19. Oh, I agree about eggs not being a health threat.

    Please forgive this dummy for asking. Where are the recipes? On the sites listed?

    Thanks.

    Sami

  20. oh my days i think our christmas morning breakfast tradition is about to change…but to which one?!! lol

    moderation is the word. for these recipes and all others :)

  21. where are the receipes?????

  22. The link to the company breakfast casserole is not correct.

  23. I also think the link to country breakfast casserole isn’t correct.

  24. I must be stupid but when I click on the one I want to see the receipe all I get is a picture

  25. Does anyone no if these canheadmaster ahead of time and frozen?

  26. Came here by way of Pinterest. Thank you so much for posting all these great pictures and links.

  27. Vistiting from Pinterest too, my kids will love these! Great for easy, peasy breakfasts for them! thanks so much!

  28. I can’t wait to try the french toast souffle! It looks awesome!

  29. All of the casseroles on your site look delish. Can’t wait to try some of them,
    Pat B

  30. Thanks so much for this…I have to feed a crowd at our country house when we have friends visitind (which I love)and this is very helpful!! Thanks again!
    !
    Emily @ UpstateCountryHouse.com

  31. I just discovered your blog and its fantastic! I look forward to checking the entire site out when I have more time! Thank you.

  32. I can’t wait to try some of these! I saw a link to 100 Christmas cookies. When I went back to thise Yt link, it was gone. Is there any way I can get that link? I love baking cookies.

  33. That looks good!
    I’ve been looking for some new recipes that I can try.
    I am gonna try one of these recipes! : D

  34. Cheryl in Wisconsin :

    I made the Sausage & Egg Casserole via Southern Living this past weekend. It was exactly what I needed for my particular event. I will attest to it’s deliciousness (and simplicity to make). Thanks!

  35. Good morning! :) I’m stopping by to let you know that I featured your fabulous post on my blog today: http://www.chattingoverchocolate.com/2013/07/breakfast-date-with-pinterest.html … Thanks for sharing this wonderful roundup! Have a beautiful day!!

  36. Alice Drummond :

    I just love it! Great ideas and easy to do! Thank you so very much!

  37. I’m hosting a Bridal Shower Brunch and needed some ideas for what I could do for the food. Thanks a bunch for posting all of these! :-)

        

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