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Sausage & Biscuit Casserole – Yummy All in One Breakfast!

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Are you a busy bee looking for simple breakfast ideas? I’ve got something that you’re gonna love then! This sausage & biscuit casserole couldn’t be any easier! Don’t let some of the ingredients scare you either! Sub those out for veggies you prefer instead! 

Ingredients :

  • 1 Polish sausage
  • 12 eggs
  • 1 can of large biscuits
  • 1 cup of plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 cup of frozen chopped spinach
  • 1 cup of frozen pepper and onion mix
  • 1 cup of shredded colby jack cheese
  • Onion and garlic powder, salt, and cracked black pepper 

polish sausage, can of biscuits, shredded cheese, frozen spinach, frozen pepper and onions, Greek yogurt and a dozen eggs

Instructions :

Pre-heat your oven to 375. Now, you were probably thinking I was going to use breakfast sausage for this recipe, and you could actually use that if you want. Instead, I used a polish sausage, which is pre-cooked and ready to go! 

polish sausage cut into 1/4 slices

All I did was cut it in half, sliced them down the center, then sliced them one more time. Afterwards, I just diced them up into small chunks. 

diced polish sausage

Yum! Biscuits! One of my weaknesses is bread. Y’all, I just can’t seem to say no to a warm biscuit. But we’re not baking these biscuits your traditional way. 

biscuit dough being cut up into chunks

I used one can of large biscuits, and I quartered them and then quartered them once more. 

diced biscuit dough

By the way, I’m just tossing all of this in a large mixing bowl. 

added Greek yogurt to a mixing bowl of ingredients

After the biscuits, I added about a cup of greek yogurt. Gotta get those probiotics in there, plus I love greek yogurt! You could use sour cream instead or heavy cream if you’re not a fan. 

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One of the last things I added was one cup each of frozen spinach and pepper/onion mix. Then mix! 

breakfast casserole ingredients mixed together and being added to a 9x12" pan

I thought my mixing bowl was large enough to completely mix the ingredients, but I ended up dumping it into the baking pan and finished mixing it there. 

breakfast casserole ingredients mixed together and being added to a 9x12" pan

The seasonings I added were salt, cracked black pepper, onion and garlic powder. 

cracking 12 eggs into the same mixing bowl that I used to mix my casserole ingredients in

Next, I cracked open 12 eggs and scrambled those up! I used the same mixing bowl as you can see. It’s all going in the same pan anyway, so why not? 

adding scrambled eggs to a breakfast casserole in a pan

After I poured in the scrambled eggs, I mixed everything up together really well. 

adding shredded cheese and seasonings to a breakfast casserole

Well, before I mixed it, I added our last ingredient, which is one cup of shredded colby jack cheese. 

sausage and biscuit casserole ready to go in the oven

Doesn’t that look yummy already?! 

breakfast casserole

Place it in a 375 degree pre-heated oven for 30 minutes. Take it out after the time is up, give it a gentle mix, then place it back in the oven for 10 more minutes. 

breakfast casserole

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