Smoky Sausage-and-Grits Casserole
You can assemble this up to four days ahead, and keep in the fridge; then let it stand at room temp for 30 minutes before baking.
Marmalade French Toast CasseroleIf one piece of French toast isn't enough (and let's be honest, it never is!), then we've got the perfect dish for you: a casserole filled with French toast. This dish combines the tangy flavor of sourdough French bread with sweet, citrusy orange marmalade and crunchy walnuts. Orange rind-infused syrup and a splash of orange juice punch up the flavor even more.
Chilaquiles CasseroleThis Mexican classic is commonly served topped with eggs, but it's just as delicious without, as a savory crowd-pleaser that skews more toward the lunch end of brunch. Simply bake the casserole, top with cheese, and serve
Spring Vegetable Frittata"A frittata is a great brunch dish for entertaining because it makes for an effortless and beautiful family-style presentation."
Individual Potato-Bacon FrittatasWe like to define casseroles as one-dish meals baked in the oven, so these mini frittatas fit the bill perfectly. For these single-serving casseroles, fill individual ramekins or muffin cups with cubed potatoes, onion, bell pepper, garlic, Swiss cheese, bacon, and egg susbstitute and bake for 18 minutes at 375º, or until set. To make morning preparation even easier, sauté the onion, bell pepper, and garlic the night before.
Sausage and Polenta Breakfast Casserole
Andouille sausage, two types of cheese, and a splash of hot sauce add flavor and a little kick to Sausage and Polenta Breakfast Casserole. This make-ahead breakfast casserole is perfect for holiday mornings--just cook and enjoy.
Apple-Stuffed StrataLast-minute prep for this make-ahead breakfast casserole couldn't be simpler: Just add a dusting of sugar and nuts.
Egg and Hash Brown CasseroleThis 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.
Brie and Egg StrataLooking for a lighter, French-inspired start to your morning? Then you'll love this make-ahead casserole featuring the usual eggs, bread, and vegetables, plus Brie cheese and herbes de Provence. If you like, substitute a French baguette or sourdough loaf for the ciabatta.
Hash Brown Breakfast CasseroleThe classic egg, sausage, and potato breakfast casserole combo gets a little kick from picante sauce and sour cream for a south-of-the-border brunch experience.
Bacon-and-Egg CasseroleSalty bacon is perfectly complemented by sweet Hawaiian bread in this classic breakfast casserole.
Spinach, Artichoke, and Gouda CasseroleIf you're looking for some sophisticated ingredients for your next breakfast dish, look no further than spinach, artichoke, and gouda cheese. Mixed in with eggs, these ingredients tap into a wonderful flavor combination that can't be beaten.
Sweet Potato and Sausage Strata
If you make this dish ahead, bring it to room temperature before baking so it will reheat evenly.
Bacon-and-Cheddar Grits QuicheSpread cheese to the edge of the warm, bacony grits "crust" to prevent any custard from seeping out while the quiche bakes.
Artichoke and Spinach StrataThaw the artichoke hearts according to microwave directions, or in the refrigerator for 2 hours. You can also place artichoke hearts in the baking dish and bake at 375° until thawed, then remove from the pan and continue the recipe.
Cheesy Hash Brown CasseroleThat down-home flavor comes together right here in the baking dish. This casserole makes the perfect accompaniment to any breakfast or brunch spread.
Hash Brown CasseroleThis simple hash brown casserole features a buttery cornflake crust and is a favorite side for both casual family gatherings and holiday celebrations.
Double-Berry French Toast CasseroleA feast for the eyes as well as the appetite, this french toast creation is at the top of its game. Use in-season berries for a delectable morning feast.
Cheesy Sausage-and-Croissant CasseroleThis casserole is rich, delicious, and worthy of a special occasion breakfast. Gruyère cheese browns beautifully and adds a nutty flavor to the dish. You can substitute Swiss cheese if you prefer.