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6 Healthy Breakfast Casserole Recipes for Easier Morning Meals

May 16, 2023
Courtesy of Life Made Sweeter

Life gets busy. Sometimes, prepping and cooking a filling and nutritious breakfast just isn’t in the cards. Work, kids, and the like can make a morning chaotic. That’s why meal prep can be such a lifesaver — especially when it comes in the form of a casserole.

Casseroles are the perfect option for breakfast because they last, the options are endless, and it’s super easy to pack in healthy additions like vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein. If you’ve been wondering what are some of the best healthy breakfast casserole recipes, keep reading for all the details.

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1. Blueberry French Toast Casserole

Blueberry French Toast Casserole 

Courtesy of Feel Good Foodie

Forgot about your brunch plans? This blueberry french toast can be made in a pinch and will satisfy every sweet tooth in the room. With just a few simple ingredients, (eggs, milk, yogurt, maple syrup, and seasonings like cinnamon) this healthy breakfast casserole can be whipped up in the morning and be ready for brunch at 10.

Try the recipe from Feel Good Foodie.

2. Cheesy Breakfast Casserole

Cheesy Breakfast Casserole

Courtesy of Damn Delicious

For those looking for something a bit more savory, this cheesy casserole will put any sausage egg sandwich at the local drive-thru to shame. Add in potatoes, eggs, milk, sausage (chicken or turkey would be perfect), and some shredded cheddar cheese to get a warm, delicious start to the day. Plus, this healthy breakfast casserole allows for so many healthy vegetables to be added like peppers or onions. Adding some dark leafy greens would also be a great vitamin boost.

Try the recipe from Damn Delicious.

3. Breakfast Casserole With Bacon And Hash Browns

Breakfast Casserole With Bacon And Hash Browns

Courtesy of The Clean Eating Couple

A traditional breakfast casserole with breakfast food staples had to be added to the list. What’s breakfast without hash browns, right? Plus, this recipe will be ready in an hour and can last for days. This bacon egg casserole is high in protein (21 grams per serving!) and has veggies and hash browns that will help keep you full until lunch.

Try the recipe from The Clean Eating Couple.

4. Low Carb Egg Casserole

Low Carb Egg Casserole

Courtesy of Life Made Sweeter

Eggs are always a great option when it comes to a healthy breakfast. Packed with protein, a low-carb egg breakfast casserole will keep you full and feed the whole family. Just add eggs, a meat protein of your choice, and some delicious vegetables like zucchini, spinach, kale, asparagus, or tomatoes. This healthy breakfast casserole is so easy to customize to your tastes, and you’ll have leftovers in the fridge if you feel like having breakfast for dinner.

Try the recipe from Life Made Sweeter.

5. Spinach and Mushroom Breakfast Strata

Spinach and Mushroom Breakfast Strata

Courtesy of Garlic and Zest

This spinach and mushroom breakfast strata is packed with fresh spinach, sauteed mushrooms, and chewy sun-dried tomatoes for that touch of sweetness. With 17 grams of protein and tons of vitamins A and C, this strata is sure to become a breakfast casserole staple.

Try the recipe from Garlic and Zest.

6. Sticky Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal

Sticky Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal

Courtesy of The Big Man’s World

Baked oatmeal dishes count as a casserole, right? This cinnamon roll baked oatmeal casserole is sweet, but actually packs a huge punch of nutritious goodness. The recipe is high in fiber and comes with a high protein option too.

Of course, a cinnamon roll is nothing without some frosting on top. Thankfully, this recipe has three different healthy options for protein frosting to drizzle all over these oat rolls.

Try the recipe from The Big Man’s World.

Read next: 6 Low-Carb Casseroles Perfect for Cozy Winter Meals

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