I thought this was very good, it did not come out soggy at all. I would make this again for sure and for company also.
Breakfast Sausage Casserole
janisls Posted: 02/15/09
holaerica Posted: 05/10/09
I thought this was outstanding. I made it for Mother's Day brunch and my mom said it was the best breakfast casserole she had ever had and everyone asked for the recipe. I used spicy sausage in place of the regular turkey and I definitely would do that again. It might be a bit bland without it.
n8tive1 Posted: 01/25/09
this was nasty, nasty, nasty! the overall taste was all right except for the sourdough bread! it was soggy and just didn't mix well with the other flavors. I am going to try this again but replace the bread with hashbrowns.
JessicaH Posted: 12/03/08
Loved it. Easy recipe to make ahead. Family couldn't believe it was from cooking light. I would make it again!!!
rim001 Posted: 01/28/09
I have a very similar recipe. Try reducing the milk to 1 cup and using croutons ( 1-11/2 boxes). Let it soak overnight. Makes a wonderful breakfast casserole.
Belladonna714 Posted: 09/07/10
Unfortunately, I may have ruined this by trying to make it a bit more healthy. I used 9 grain 3 seed bread, and gimme lean "sausage style". It wasn't bad, I just didn't care for the texture and the flavor was somewhat bland. I would not make this again.
CinSanDiego Posted: 12/14/11
Much easier than my other breakfast casserole recipes. Very tasty but maybe a little too much bread. But, it sure was easy!
LindsayK Posted: 10/26/11
This turned out absolutely delicious. I cut down the milk a little. It is my husband's favorite and is something he requests frequently. Good for breakfast or breakfast for dinner.
crysmys Posted: 05/26/12
I used a hot turkey sausage, but otherwise made as directed. Very good, would not be embarrassed to serve for company. Do think it needed the extra spice in the turkey -- think it would have been bland without that.