This sausage, egg, and hashbrown breakfast casserole recipe is the perfect make-ahead breakfast! Recently, it was my turn to help provide breakfast for my MOPs group. I’m not a morning person (at all!), so it’s hard enough for me to get out of the house in time for our meetings without having to add cooking to my hectic morning. I knew I needed to bring something that I could make the night before, and this breakfast casserole was just the ticket. In the morning, all I had to do was bake and go. Plus, this breakfast casserole tastes really, really good. Which is a real bonus when it comes to recipes, especially ones that you’re sharing with a large group of people.
Since I prepared this sausage, egg, and hashbrown breakfast casserole recipe the night before, I don’t have any photos of the prep process. Or at least not any that I like enough to share on the blog! Trust me, it’s super easy. Gather your ingredients, brown your sausage, and mix everything together. There isn’t much to mess up, so it’s a great recipe to let your little ones help with. I’ve found that my son is much more likely to eat meals that he helps prepare. Are your kids like that too?
Just look at all that yummy, cheesy goodness! By the way, I absolutely love these oven-to-table dishes from Temp-tations. My mom gave me a gift set of them probably 7 years ago, and I still use them almost every time I use my oven. And I get compliments on them anywhere I go!
Hungry yet? Let’s get on to the sausage, egg, and hashbrown breakfast casserole recipe!
This sausage, egg, and hashbrown breakfast casserole recipe is perfect for making ahead or throwing together in the morning!
- 2 lbs Breakfast Sausage
- 30 oz Frozen Hashbrowns
- 2 cups Shredded Cheddar Cheese
- 8 Eggs
- 2 cups Milk
- 1 tsp Seasoned Salt
- 1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
- 1/4 tsp Onion Powder
Brown sausage, then drain fat.
Grease a 9x13" pan.
Place hashbrowns in bottom of greased pan. Top with sausage and cheese.
Whisk eggs, milk, seasoned salt, garlic powder, and onion powder together. Once mixed, pour over hashbrown mixture in pan.
Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for approximately 35 minutes.
Alternatively, you may cover and place in refrigerator to bake the next day. If refrigerated, bake at 350 degrees for approximately 45 minutes. You may wish to cover the dish during part of the baking time to prevent excessive browning on top.
Recipe adapted from Plain Chicken.
Pin this Sausage, Egg, and Hashbrown Breakfast Casserole recipe for later!
What are your favorite quick and easy breakfasts? This one is definitely a keeper in my house!
Oh my goodness! This looks so delicious! As a new mama, I’m sort of starting to get into that wife/mama mode of preparing meals for my family. This is definitely something I’ll have to try! Thanks for the recipe!
Thank you, Kayla! Congrats on your new baby! Motherhood is so rewarding. 😉
I can’t believe you’ve made this simple and hearty dish look so fancy! And I bet it tastes as good as it looks
That’s so sweet, Silvia! It is definitely tasty!
This looks fantastic! I am going to try this recipe soon!
Thanks, Arun! Hope you enjoy it!
Super-easy! Thanks for the recipe 🙂
Love your blog!
That’s so sweet! Thank you, Shalini!
Oh yum! I need to make this ahead of time so I can have it all week 🙂
That’s the best thing about breakfast casseroles! You already have breakfast ready for several days… well, depending on how quickly you eat it 😉
Oh yum! I need to make this ahead of time so that I can eat it all week long!
Talk about breakfast comfort food. I’d whip this up Sunday morning and eat it the rest of the week!
Sounds like a plan to me! Thanks, Casey!
Yummy! That looks delicious and totally easy for breakfast! I wonder if my kiddies would it that. I should try!
I bet they would enjoy it, Maria! My son does, and he’s a pretty picky eater. 😉
This looks absolutely delish! I love all of these food items and making it into a casserole? Easy peasy! Will be adding this to my recipe box. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you, Jacqui! I hope you enjoy this breakfast casserole!
This sounds yummy. I need to break out of the cereal rut!
It’s always a granola bar rut for me! I just had a 6-pack of boxes of Chewy granola bars delivered from Amazon. Oops! 🙂
There’s nothing like a quick, prepare ahead recipe. This sounds fantastic. I’m definitely going to try this. My children love when we make breakfast. Thank you for sharing this post in the All For Mamas Link Party Week 7 #allformamas. I will share this post on the facebook group page, on my page, twitter, pinterest, stumbleupon and google +. Make sure you complete all the steps required to be considered for the featured post 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing, Stephenie! That is very generous of you. Please let me know if you and your family try this recipe out! I’d love to hear what you think. And thanks for hosting the linkup!
Yum! I think my kids would really like this.
I bet they would, Catherine! My son really enjoys it!
This looks perfect to make for my next Mom Group brunch! I’m all about some easy delicious recipes!
Me too, Ashley! Easy and delicious is the best combo. 🙂 I hope your Mom Group enjoys this breakfast casserole! I know mine did!
Love a good breakfast casserole dish, especially one that can sir over night. Looks really good and simple to make. Thanks for sharing! Pinned 🙂
Thanks so much for pinning, Amy! I appreciate it!
Goodness, this looks and sounds delicious! Need to try this for sure. I love your black china, too. Thanks so much for linking up with Fabulous Friday. Let me know if you would like to co-host sometime.
Thanks so much, Jennie! This recipe is definitely a keeper in my house! 🙂