I don’t know about your family- but Holidays always involve food for us! There is just something wonderful about sharing a meal with your family (and friends) to really celebrate the joy of the Holiday. This Holiday Brunch Casserole Recipe has become a tradition in our home on Christmas morning. Well… and now it’s found it’s way to Easter too.
Holiday Brunch Casserole Recipe
But it is such a classic, this brunch casserole could really be used for any Holiday or Celebration. (Or even for a comfort food, weekday night meal!)
Here are a few tips for this one too. This is a perfect breakfast recipe to use the bread that is getting a little stale or even that manager’s special marked down find.
Also, this is a make ahead recipe too! Yay, I love that I can make it the night before- don’t we love a time saver, as well as money saver?! Just cover with saran (or I love these reusable food covers), refrigerate and then pop it in the oven the next morning. It really does help you enjoy the Christmas morning festivities that much more when you don’t have to worry about making the meal.
Usually I just make this with sausage BUT if I am feeling extra fancy I make it with “double meat” as we call it- both bacon and sausage. That’s especially a favorite with the teenage boys in out house. And yes that dry mustard gives it a great little flare.
I’d love to hear what you you think of this recipe, so be sure to give it a rating and leave some comments below.
Holiday Brunch Casserole
This classic breakfast casserole is perfect for holiday gatherings. You can't loose with this sausage, egg, bread and cheese casserole. Plus it can be made ahead so you can enjoy the festivities that morning.
- 4 slices of bread
- 1 lb sausage and/or bacon
- 2 C shredded cheddar cheese
- 6 eggs beaten
- 2 C milk
- 1 t dry mustard
- salt and pepper to taste
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
- Tear bread into pieces and layer on bottom of 9X13 pan (I sometimes use a stoneware baker)
- Layer sausage and then cheese on top of bread
- Mix together the eggs, milk and seasoning
- Then pour over bread/sauce/cheese layers
- Bake for 30-40 min
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