Weekend Brunch Casserole
This easy breakfast is a great way to start the day. Sausage, eggs and cheese are layered over a crescent roll base for a delicious and filling meal.
This easy breakfast is a great way to start the day. Sausage, eggs and cheese are layered over a crescent roll base for a delicious and filling meal.
YUMMY!! I read a lot of reviews before making this and came up with the following: I cooked sausage and allowed to sit on paper towels to soak up the grease. sprayed the dish with cooking spray, cooked the cresent "crust" for 7 mins. Used 8 eggs, combined sausage and eggs in skillet, cooked about 3 mins stirring constantly, just to allow them to set up a little.(others had mentioned the eggs not cooking well in the oven) poured over cresent topped with shredded colby jack cheese. Baked @375 for 20 mins. This turned out PERFECT!! Allowing the eggs to cook on the stove for a few mins is important because the crust doesn't get soggy and the eggs are cooked completely without the crust burning!! Thanks for a great recipe!!Read More
I followed the recommendations of some of the others and did some modifying. I used 7 eggs to 1 cup of milk. I also precooked the crescent rolls for 6 minutes. I cooked the sausage and poured the egg mixture over the sausage until eggs were halfway done, then I poured the sausage/egg mixture over the crescent rolls, I topped it wtih monterrey jack and cheddar cheese and baked at 375 for 25 minutes. It was great when eaten fresh, but it is not good when reheated.Read More
YUMMY!! I read a lot of reviews before making this and came up with the following: I cooked sausage and allowed to sit on paper towels to soak up the grease. sprayed the dish with cooking spray, cooked the cresent "crust" for 7 mins. Used 8 eggs, combined sausage and eggs in skillet, cooked about 3 mins stirring constantly, just to allow them to set up a little.(others had mentioned the eggs not cooking well in the oven) poured over cresent topped with shredded colby jack cheese. Baked @375 for 20 mins. This turned out PERFECT!! Allowing the eggs to cook on the stove for a few mins is important because the crust doesn't get soggy and the eggs are cooked completely without the crust burning!! Thanks for a great recipe!!
Like others, I did some modifying - I recommend 2-2 1/2 cups of assorted cheeses in this casserole...I will mix up to 4 kinds, including cheddar, monterray jack, colby, provolone, gruyere, gouda...just experiment! I also used 7 eggs to 1 cup of milk. For seasoning...try the finer ground (for table use) Mrs. Dash in the egg mix, along with a sprinkle of chili powder on the top. Onion browned with the sausage is better, also. I baked this wonderful casserole at 375 for 26 minutes - NTE: it is a MUST to prebake the crescent rolls, I baked mine at 375 for 6-7 min. FYI - I'm the one w/the firefighter husband and this recipe scored HUGE hits with his crew. I have tried out alot of recipes for them off this site and this is one of the best. You can also give it a southwest twist by using green chilies, olives, and using taco seasoned ground beef (or deer meat) in place of the sausage. This version cut into smaller pieces would make a good appetizer!
I made several changes to this recipe to suit our tastes, but it's a great basic recipe that can be easily adapted and I love the crescent roll crust, so I am giving it 5 stars. I used cubed ham instead of the sausage and added sautéed mushrooms, onion and bell pepper. The added ingredients required using 2 more eggs than what the recipe calls for. And I used montery jack and chedder instead of the monzarella. Like a lot of the other reviewers, I found the cooking time was too short...mine needed about 30 minutes. I served this to a group of friends for bruch and they were still talking about it the next time I saw them...I will definitely be making this again.
I was looking for something different for xmas morning and came across this recipe. I made it up ahead of xmas to see if everyone liked it. It was good, but something was missing to make it great! I added a pound of cooked italian sausage, 1/4 cup diced red pepper, 1 diced green onion, 1 cup Asiago cheese. Increased the eggs to 5 and the milk to 1 cup. Cooked it 25 mins and it was a hit! So easy to make, the kids loved it, gramma loved it and I loved it. Planning to make it again for New Years brunch.
Very tasty! Here were the changes I made: used 6 eggs, 1 cup skim milk, shredded colby jack chesse and I added a liberal dash of hot sauce to the eggs instead of the black pepper. I pre-baked the crescent rolls for 10 min, then baked the casserole a total of 25 more min. Crust was crispy - next time will pre-bake crust a few less min (maybe 5 min). Not at all soggy like some other reviews. Overall VERY yummy! I may try and make a lower calorie/fat version in the future - I'll let you know how it turns out! Note: this reheats REALLY well - husband likes to put hot sauce on top!
When I run out of meal ideas, we will often have breakfast for supper. I was tired of the same old scrambled eggs, sausage and bacon routine, and this casserole was an easy, delicious meal that was quick to prepare. I did add some onion to the sausage when I browned it and used 6 eggs (with 1 cup of milk) instead of the 4. I took the advice of other reviewers and cooked the crescent rolls for 5 minutes before adding the sausage, cheese and eggs. I also cooked the casserole for 30 minutes on 375 because the eggs just weren't done before then (I don't like runny eggs!) My husband and kids enjoyed it and the leftovers reheated well for breakfast this morning. Thanks!
Excellent. I use cheddar instead of mozzarella and seasoning salt instead of plain salt. Also, I added chopped onions and browned them with sausage. Thanks :)
Overall a pretty good recipe. I made a few changes. I added 2 cups of shredded potatoes (aka frozen hash browns), I added about a tsp of garlic powder to the egg mixture, added 5 eggs instead of 4, used a three cheese blend, and cooked for 25 minutes instead of 15. Turned out great!! Maybe add some onion and green pepper next time. *** This tastes even better as leftovers.
This casserole was delicious. Our kids and grandkids were in for the weekend and this was a hit. I'm glad to have a good breakfast recipe that I can serve whenever we have overnight company. I altered this recipe in some of the ways other reviewers recommended. I used a combination of cheddar and monteray jack cheeses. I used 5 eggs and 1 cup whole milk (just because I had it on hand for the grandbaby--I'll probably use skim in the future). I used Jimmy Dean Bold Country sausage (not the Bold Hot), which has a great flavor without being too hot. I browned about 1/4 cup of chopped onion with the sausage. I left the black pepper out of the recipe because I was afraid it might be too much with the bold sausage. I cooked the casserole for 15 minutes. Then I took it out of the oven and put foil around the edges to keep it from getting too browned, and I baked it for 10 more minutes--a total of 25 minutes. The servings from the outside edges of the dish were perfect, but the servings from the interior of the casserole really needed just a few more minutes in the oven. I think next time I will put the protective foil around the edges from the beginning and bake it for a full 30 minutes. If you like sausage, eggs, and croissants, I can think of no reason that you wouldn't enjoy this recipe.
This was a hit at our house for Thanksgiving morning breakfast. I doubled the recipe for 12 people. I did make quite a few modifications though.....I used 7 eggs for 1 cup of milk, added seasoning salt to the egg mix, used 2lbs of sausage and browned it with 1/2 an onion, and used 3 different kinds of cheese (asiago, cheddar and mozz) I also cooked the rolls at the bottom of the pan for 5-6 minutes and the crust turned out perfectly even though I had to bake the casserole for a longer duration since it was doubled. The only problem with doubling the recipe is that it it took so long the top layer of eggs obtained a film like texture on it, almost rubbery. The inside of the casserole was delicious but the top was not. I would suggest if you double this recipe, you use two seperate pans and cook everything separately. It just takes too long with a doubled recipe, and the eggs get rubbery. Awesome breakfast dish - will make it again for sure, but wont be doubling in the same pan. Thanks!
I originally chose this recipe from the others because it didn't require me to tear up bread. The crescent roll crust was perfect. I cooked the sausage the night before as other reviews suggested, used three more eggs and 1/4 cup more milk and I added an 8 oz can of chopped green chiles, plus a little garlic salt. Was a huge hit at the faculty meeting! I did cook the eggs and chiles about a 1/3 of the way done on a skillet before putting it over the sausage, cheese and dough as I was needing it done in less than 30 minutes. Total cook time in the oven was still closer to 25 minutes than 15.
I love making this...it's just too easy. I brown the sausage the night before and keep in a food storage bag until morning. I did need abut 5 more minutes on the cook time, but it turned out great. This can also be reheated for a great breakfast on a weekday morning!
This recipe was so simple I almost didn't try it. I'm so glad I did! I made this for Thanksgiving brunch and it was a huge hit! My family has asked me to make it again for Christmas brunch!
I just made this for a gathering last weekend. It was a big hit! I did end up using cheddar-jack cheese, 5 eggs and 1 cup of milk and baked for 20 minutes or so. And the biggest test of all...my 7-year-old loves it!
My family enjoyed this recipe a lot. I used bacon instead of sausage. I kind of thought the eggs were too overwhelming, so next time I would only use half the eggs, and maybe spread some cream cheese over the crescent dough. I think I would even use frozen shredded hash browns next time. Other than that it was delicious and I would definitely make it again.
This was quick & easy to make, got thumbs up from the husband and kids! We added ham also - delicious! It's already been requested for Christmas breakfast.
Very good and easy! I like to use cheddar cheese instead of the mozzarella. Also good with less sausage and some mushrooms to make up the difference. I like to add chopped green onions and or red and green peppers for color if I have them.
This was really good! I made it as written, except that I added some minced garlic to the egg mixture and used monterey jack instead of mozzarella. Yummy! It did take quite a bit longer to bake than the recipe stated, maybe 25 minutes or so? All around good.
We didn't care for the Motzarella in this recipe, and also thought the sausage was too mild, so we made it again using cheddar cheese and a hot sausage, and we loved it. A keeper.
This was a very easy recipe to modify. I chose this recipe because I like the idea of crescent rolls on the bottom. Unfortunatly it was too soggy to really appreciate the taste of the cresent rolls. Next time I would try and baking the crescent rolls a little to see if that helps with it not being so soggy or else adding some on top and sides of the dish (we like crescent rolls). I varried this 5 different ways to allow for all sorts of different taste buds. Just use your imagination it should work!!!
I made this today for a brunch with neighbors. I took others' advice and cooked the sausage the night before with about 3/4 cup chopped onion and red pepper. I also used 6 eggs and 1 cup milk. For the cheese, I used a jack/ cheddar blend. It was ready in 22 minutes. This was the best thing that I made for the brunch! Really good!
Wow this was sooo good. I made some changes.. I used a casserole dish and pushed the crescent dough up the sides of this dish... creating a bowl. I chopped up some bacon and cooked it with onion. I then scrambled the eggs before putting them into the oven. I put half the bacon and onion mixture on top of the dough then egg then more bacon and onion.. I toped it with white cheddar cheese and some mozzarella cheese.. I cooked it until the crescent dough turned brown on the sides. This recipe is so versatile.. You could use mushrooms....peppers....ham... you name it.
We loved it! So did several of our friends this morning. It was gone before it had time to cool. We added diced onions and went with a hickory smoked sausage for extra flavor. Quick to make... Quick to clean!
Very good recipe for company. I did not have reg sausage so I used turkey links cut in 1/4" slices. Used 1% milk and increased the eggs to 10! Used mixed italian cheeses and cheddar. Had to bake longer d/t the egg volume. Can't remember how much longer but just tested with a tooth pick. Would definately make again. Oh by the way, I did prebake the crescent rolls to light brown.
Very easy and quick! I added onions, bell peppers and mushrooms to mine. Less on the cheese and added 2 more eggs. With the additional ingredients, cook for 7-8 mins more.
For as easy as this dish is, it is delicious. However, I would make sure that you not only drained the sausage but also patted it dry, otherwise the casserole will tend to be a little greasy. Other than that, simple and sweet. Wouldn't change a thing.
Great breakfast. Would also be good if hash browns were added. My kids loved it!
My whole family loves this recipe. It is so simple and delicious. I have made it exactly as stated and have also substituted ham and cheddar chese. Last time I used turkey breakfast sausage and everyone asked for seconds. I am always asked to make this for family brunch events.
Good and easy. Used ham the 1st time and sausage, mushrooms & green onions the 2nd. 4 eggs makes it more crusty; 6 eggs makes it more eggy (bake a little longer).
I used 6 maple syrup sausage patties browned and crumbled, onion powder,seasoned salt, and pepper,only had 1/2 cup mozzarella, so substituted 1 1/2 cups cheddar...it smelled really good cooking and my boyfriend loves it! Thanks! I will definitely make this again.
Verry yummy quiche-like casserole! Cooking temp needed to be lowered and cooking time lengthened to cook to the center. I WILL make again at 350-375 for 30 minutes.
My husband LOVES this for breakfast. I sprinkle a bit of garlic salt on the crust and it tastes great! I also used the reduced fat rolls for the crust.
I just wish I could give this 10 stars! All the people who ate this said it was like a mcdonalds breakfast sandwich without the grease and 100x better. NO leftovers. Even my fussy eating grandson loved it ! Note: I did bake the crust by itself for 5 mins as some have noted.
My family really liked this recipe. I used bacon instead of sausage and baked the crescent rolls in the pan for 4 minutes before adding the rest of the ingredients since I was nervous it would be "doughy". Will definitely make again.
I changed some things like veggies, no meat, etc.... doesn't matter, it's really good anyway.
Hy husband loved it, very meaty. I used cheddar cheese instead of Mozzarella and 5 eggs instead of 4. Next time, I will add onions and mushrooms.
This was very good with the following modifications: cooked some diced red pepper, onion and mushrooms with the sausage. Used about 9 eggs and a cup of milk and added some Tastefully Simple Seasoning Salt. Baked at 350 for about 30 - 40 minutes. Would like to try with different variations of ham and bacon. Would also be good with shredded hashbrownes added.
I make this casserole exactly how the recipe calls, and it is awesome! Next time I will leave out the salt though. The sausage adds enough salt.
This recipe was so easy to make. Everyone loved it. I did use cheddar cheese instead of mozzarella like one of the reviewers suggested. Will definitely make this again.
This recipe was perfect for Christmas morning. I cooked it a little longer than what was indicated, so it was firm in the middle. It was loved by all and will become a staple as a favorite breakfest treat.
I made this for a Sunday morning brunch for my daughters future inlaws...went over real well. I browned sausage the night before and put together in no time the next morning. Will definately have again.
I followed the recommendations of some of the others and did some modifying. I used 7 eggs to 1 cup of milk. I also precooked the crescent rolls for 6 minutes. I cooked the sausage and poured the egg mixture over the sausage until eggs were halfway done, then I poured the sausage/egg mixture over the crescent rolls, I topped it wtih monterrey jack and cheddar cheese and baked at 375 for 25 minutes. It was great when eaten fresh, but it is not good when reheated.
Used 6 eggs, and 1 cup of milk. Pre-baked dough for 7-8 minutes. Different cheeses, spices? Less cheese?
Had to drain the milk off and cook it another 30 minutes, then it was pretty good.
This was great - I made it with Southwestern eggbeaters, skim milk, low fat crescent rolls, maple turkey sausage and fat free mozz. cheese and it still turned out great! Just as tasty re-heated the next day, too.
This recipe earned the approval of my finicky husband, & my co-workers loved it! Quick, easy, & muy delicious!
Very quick and very easy with delicious results! I didn't change a thing and it was a great dish!
Taste was delicious. Looked very pretty too, my 5 yr old helped me & had fun. The only problem was the cooking time, 15 minutes was nowhere near enough time. After the 1st 15 min, I put the dish on a cookie sheet & covered in foil so it would not burn & kept baking it till it wasnt runny, probably a good 15 minutes more. But other than the cooking time, this casserole is great!!
Great breakfast casserole and so easy!!!!
This is so simple, not much cleanup, I've made it twice for company and it was loved by all. I served it with toast, and seasonal fruit.
Modified a bit to suit our tastes: used chicken/apple sausage (cut into bite-sized chunks), 1/3 cup crumbled goat cheese, and 1/2 cup cooked/squeezed spinach as the filling. Everyone wanted more!
First time I made this the sides got a little burnt and eggs in middle didn't quite cook all the way. This time, I used some tips from other reviews. Prebaked crust for 5 mins at 375. Used 2lbs of hot sausage and 7 eggs to 1 cup of milk. Added 1/4 tsp black pepper, 1/4 tsp onion powder and 1/4 tsp garlic powder. I didn't add any salt because i felt with everything already in it, seems salty/flavorful enough. Topped with 2 cups cheddar-jack cheese blend. Oven is set at 375. Baked for 15 mins, then removed and covered the edges w/foil to prevent burning and popped back in for 15 more mins. This time middle got cooked but i still felt the edges were a little dry, so next time I will just try covering the edges for the entire time and cook 30 min straight. But still came out DELICIOUS and everyone gobbled it up!
This egg dish is very easy to make. I did not brown sausage the night before as some reviewers suggested... my dish came out of the oven perfectly done. I will be making this frequently!
I made this but was unhappy with the sausage flavor. I will try it with ham or bacon next time.
Very easy! I let it sit overnight and baked in the morning. I doubled the amount of eggs and milk because I felt that four eggs were not enough once I poured them in the dish. I served this alongside the Sunday Brunch Casserole and this was the clear favorite.
I added 1 egg and I think the sausage & cheese still overpowered the dish. It was also pretty greasy from the sausage. This was OK, I've made better breakfast casseroles & probably won't make this one again.
This is a fantastic recipe...I have made it dozens of times and it always turns out great. My recommendation is to cook the eggs a little bit before baking. Specifically, I mix 6-8 eggs with one cup of milk (whisk together until well blended) and add it to the browned sausage, cooking the egg-milk mixture until all are set. This way, there is no chance of "runniness" in the final product. Like others, I cook the casserole at 375 degrees for 20 minutes. However, I do not see the need to precook the crescent roll bottom for much time at all (I either do not precook at all or place in the oven for no more than 5 minutes). :)
Very good! I used cheddar instead of mozzarella. After lining the bottom of the pan with the dough, I pricked it with a form and prebaked for about 6 minutes. Very tasty!
Yum!! Satisfying and easy to make. I used regular breakfast sausage chopped up, red onions, a mix of sharp cheddar and mozz., 8 eggs and 1 cup milk. I will definitely make again. Kids and adults both love it.
All the Cops loved this one !!
Extremely easy--and very fast to prepare the morning of. usually I prefer to make these casseroles the night before, then pop in the oven, but the most strenuous part of this is cooking the sausage. I had it ready to go in the oven in no time at all. I added red pepper to the egg mixture just because. We did have to cook another 10-15 minutes for the eggs to set, which darkened the crescent rolls a tad more than we liked, but it was still pretty good. Thanks for the recipe!
Sorry - no one liked this in my house. There was way too much sausage in this for us even w/ 6 eggs. I made this for dinner and I had heartburn ALL night long after eating this and I rarely get heartburn. Maybe a 1/2 a lb. of sausage and lots of veggies added might make it better w/ chedder cheese or a cheese mixture. After what I went through last night, I won't even try it again w/ changes.
The filling was too mushy for me. I would recommend baking the cresent rolls for a few minutes before pouring the filling in.
I had to add a couple of extra eggs to this, the 4 that the recipe calls for isn't enough. I added 1 potato that I fried up in 2 tblsps of olive oil. All in all the recipe was good. I'll be making it again.
I really thought I would like this recipe more. Per other reviewers suggestions, I added onions, green peppers, and mushrooms, and used 6 eggs and a little more milk. I thought the crescent roll crust sounded wonderful, but it just didn't do anything for me. It was ok, but I won't make again.
This was an excellent recipe. I took the advice of some of the other reviewers and baked the crescents for about 5 minutes before adding the other ingredients. I also added chopped onion, green pepper, and fresh mushrooms. It was fantastic!
This was very easy to throw together for a Saturday morning breakfast. Everyone loved it. Think I'll try adding peppers & onion next time for different flavor...but great as is, too. Also added 5 extra minutes to baking time to make sure it was completely baked.
This was a great tasting recipe, I did not have crescent rolls instead I had to use biscuits, I took someones advise by baking them for only 10 min. using the tempurture directed on its package and then adding the egg mixture on top and baking as directed in the recipe. It turned out great and everyone loved it.
Wow. This was sooo good! I substituted mozarella for cheddar and sweet Italien sausage for the Bob Evans. Also used the biscuts instead of the crescent rolls. And like another reviewer, I cooked the eggs first (used five). Fantastic recipe!
Super yum! I couldn't find the Bob Evans sausage so I used a country-style sausage. The casserole was so yummy. I also made some sausage gravy and put it on top just before serving. My family really seemed to like it. Thanks for the recipe!!
I tried this recipe last weekend and it was delicious. My husband & I both enjoyed it. I took some of the leftovers to my daughter & son-in-law and they liked it also. I followed other reviewers suggestions and baked the crescent rolls for 5 minutes while I was cooking the sausage. I also used half mozzarella and half cheddar cheese. I will definitely make this again, probably for Christmas morning!
Very tasty and easy to make, my husband and I enjoy it for dinner or as a brunch dish!
Excellent and easy. It was a hit at my brunch. I made it in the morning, covered the casserole dish and put it in the refrigerator. After Church, I pulled it out of the refrigerator and let it rest while the oven preheated. It took about 5 minutes longer to cook than shown in the recipe. Delicious!
This was a wonderful recipe. I decided to try it when I got really sick of the same ole thing for breakfast decided to try something new. I cut it in half since there was only two of us eating and the whole thing is almost gone. I also added 1/2 extra cheese.
After reading a lot of the reviews I incorporated a lot of the recommendations and made a few of my own. As some reviewers mentioned I cooked the crescent dough for 5 minutes. Once I took it out of the oven I added a layer of shredded cheddar and monterrey jack cheese. Instead of regular sausage I chopped up some Chorizo and browned it in a skillet with some onions. I let it cool on a paper plate and added some shredded hash browns to the skillet and let them crisp up with some Adobo seasoning. I used 7 eggs to 1 cup milk and whisked together with the salt, pepper and some cayenne pepper. (we like spice). I layered the crisped hash browns on top of the crescent dough and cheese. I added the Chorizo and onions back to the skillet and added the egg mixture and cooked until the eggs started just set up. I then poured that over the hash browns and added a final layer of cheese. I cooked for 25 minutes. Came out great! It was a nice New Years breakfast!
This recipe needed some adjusting to be even greater. Instead of crescent rolls, I used flaky pastry, or flaky biscuits in the roll. They were great and lighter. Also I partially scrambled the eggs in order to layer the ingredients and have a more textured caserole, this made the taste even better. The cheese blends were wonderful, and I served it along with syrup, jams, or preserves.
I would give this recipe 5 stars on taste, but I had to cook it longer than the 15 minutes stated in the original recipe. I baked the casserole for 15 minutes, and the crescent roles were done! However, the eggs in the middle were not even close to done. I ended up having to microwave it for another 8 minutes so that the middle would finish cooking and not burn the crust. Tasted great, and I will definitely be making this again.
I always make this when I have out of town guests and everyone loves it. I use cheddar cheese. Once I forgot to add the cheese and it turned out just as good.
My husband and kids loved it!!! I did have to leave it in the oven for almost 30 minutes. I did 1 cup of mozzarella and 1 cup of chedder cheese. I also made it today for a playgroup at my home with a few girlfriends and there kids and everyone loved it! So delicious!!!
This is pretty good! I followed some of the advice and prebaked my rolls for about 7 minutes, used 6 eggs, and used a mexican blend of cheese instead of mozzarella. I thought the crescent rolls made it a little sweet, but I was the only one who noticed and my family gobbled it up!
I like this a lot! It's really simple and tastes great. My b/f and I are always in a rush in the morning to get to work so we don't have time for the classic breakfast. I make this casserole every Sunday afternoon that way we have a quick "out-the-door" breakfast to enjoy throughout the week. I started experimenting and last Sunday replaced the Sausage with BEEF CHORIZO. Mmmm, it was a spicy change. Chorizo is a portugese sausage, really red, little spicy, but good. If you use Chorizo, be careful because it is really greasy! You need to drain it pretty well if you're worried about the fat. Chorizo also tends to be pretty "mushy" it won't turn out like chunky sausage, it appears as more of a thick meaty sauce. So to add more of a texture, I added small bits of diced ham. I cooked the ham and chorizo together in the frying pan so the ham can soak in some of the chorizo juices. It came out really well and my b/f asked me to use chorizo again for next weekend. ^^ thanks for the recipe, we love it!!
I added biscuit dough instead of crescent dough to the bottom of the pan and it made the casserole even more hearty.
I made modifications to this recipe only in one area and that was to make it vegetarian friendly. Instead of using sausage I used Morning Star sausage which is a soy product. I served it to meat eaters and vegetarians and all agreed it was wonderful. There were no left overs.
After reading previous reviews, I made this casserole and pre-baked the cressent rolls for 7 minutes as recommended. I also made sure to place the cooked sausage on a thick paper towel to absorb as much grease as possible, and the result was a PERFECT brunch dish! The crust came out golden and not the least bit soggy and the egg/cheese mix was delicious. I can't wait to try this again with cheddar cheese next time!
My family loved it! My husband and oldest son (12) hate casseroles, so I was not optimistic when I decided to make it. But I needed something quick for dinner that used the sausage I had on hand. It was such a hit, that they both asked for seconds!
This baked up very good..it does have alot of greasiness about it but we had bagels with it and kinda made a bagel breakfast sandwich with it.
Great breakfast dish. The only thing I did different was prebake the crust for about 12 minutes and then added some diced onions when I browning the sausage. It is very tasty and easy to make.
Goes great with the "Cheesy Ham and Hash Brown Casserole."
made for christmas morning. Added 2 extra eggs because just didn't seem like enough. Pre baked crescent rolls a little so didn't get soggy. Everyone liked it. No great WOWS but everyone said it was okay. Thanks.
I have made this so many times now - it never fails to disappoint! I like to pre-bake the crescent roll crust for about 5-7 minutes. Excellent!
I used smoked mozarella instead and it was delish. However, it did need a little extra time in the oven than recommended. Reheats really well!
This is a great quicky recipe. I also made this with a pound of bacon and it is great as well.
I made 4 of these for a church function and they turned out great. Definitely prebake the crust so it doesn't get soggy. It's easiest to cut into squares with a pizza cutter.
yummy i used whatever sausage i had on hand and browned with fried onions.
Delicious! Used 6 eggs, pre-baked crescents per other users' suggestions. Adding diced pepper & onion was good too.
I now make this every year for Christmas morning since finding this gem! If I'm entertaining guest for a weekend, this is such an easy breakfast. Delicious.
Fast,easy and Yummy!I have tried many of these breakfast casseroles and this is by far the BEST! I used Maple sausage by Bob Evans worked and tasted great! Thanks
I have made this 2 times and everyone gobbled it up F-A-S-T!!! Very easy and versatile and very tasty too! We made it with pre-cooked bacon when in a hurry. Had to let it cook a little longer than 15 minutes. Used cheddar cheese. YUM!!!