This was pretty good and extremely easy. I made it with leftover sourdough rye bread and that added a nice flavor. It's definitely a great recipe to make on Sunday and then eat the first half of the week. Not eggy, for those who don't like eggy breakfasts. This will be a standard for us.
Savory Breakfast Casserole
liz581 Posted: 10/22/09
skoopersmith Posted: 08/16/11
This is definitely easy to make, and it's quite good. I used skim milk, Kraft Cracker Barrel Vermont Cheddar, and subbed the MorningStar Farms veggie sausage links (chopped up) as I couldn't find patties. It's incredibly filling as well - I am typically starving by lunch time, but this keeps be satisfied longer. I'm on Weight Watchers, and a serving comes out to 7 Points+, which is totally reasonable! I'll make this again for sure.
mophilipps Posted: 12/04/11
I really enjoyed this, and it smelled amazing while it was in the oven. I diced up the Morningstar breakfast 'sausage' patties and used wheat bread, since that is what I had on hand. Those were the only substitutions though. This was really easy and I will definitely make it again.
hollysing Posted: 01/22/14
This takes a long time to bake, but the aroma is wonderful. Skim milk works well. The recipe says 3 servings per loaf pan, but we got 4 large servings. Works well as breakfast for dinner if you add a vegetable. I wouldn't serve this for breakfast because the total prep and baking time is 90 minutes. Don't be tempted to increase the salt as the sausage is salty. I used Morningstar Farms links and cut them in 1/2" pieces.
Tgruendl Posted: 01/07/14
Easy and delicious! I never have dairy milk on hand so used unsweetened almond milk and used a reduced fat cheese blend. Definitely a favorite!