25 Christmas Morning Breakfast Casserole Recipes
Holiday breakfast casseroles for a festive and filling morning.
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When Christmas morning comes, the last thing we can think about is having to slave over the stove for pancakes or omelets. That's why breakfast casseroles have become a tradition for all of us in the Mr. Food family this time of year. You can prepare these dishes the night before, and then simply pop 'em in the oven come Christmas morning!
The list of tasty and festive Christmas morning breakfast casserole recipes are sure to feed the whole family. Whether you heat them up first thing in the morning or serve brunch instead, we're sure you will find a recipe to love.
Classic Egg Breakfast Casseroles
Classic and simple egg casseroles are a natural choice for Christmas morning breakfast— quick and easy, and sure to please everyone in the house! These options allow you to serve a traditional breakfast while saving yourself plenty of time by making them ahead of time.
Sausage 'n' Egg Breakfast Casseroles
If you're in the mood for a heartier option, adding sausage (and lots of other mix-ins, like cheese and veggies) to your breakfast casserole is a winning idea, indeed. There isn't a better combo for Christmas morning than filling sausage and fluffy eggs!
Easy French Toast Casseroles
Who wants to be bothered with making French toast at Christmas morning breakfast? You won't need to, because these casseroles can all be prepared the night before.
Other Easy Breakfast & Brunch Casseroles
Looking for something a little different to serve up at your big holiday brunch? These unique Christmas breakfast casserole recipes will get the whole gang worked up in the morning.
For more Christmas brunch recipes, check out our Top 14 Simple French Toast Recipes.
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