5 Breakfast Casseroles to Serve for Easter Brunch

April 1, 2015

Cooking Easter brunch for a crowd can seem impossible but these tasty casserole recipes are an easy way to feed a ton of people.  Breakfast casseroles can be served savory or sweet and most recipes can be prepared in advance.  Overnight French toast and cinnamon bun bread pudding will satisfy your sweet tooth while the ham and tomato bake easily uses at least a dozen eggs.

Overnight French Toast Casserole with Berries
Recipe from Farm Flavor

French toast is a breakfast favorite and this overnight French toast casserole is the easiest way to serve it yet.  Instead of slaving over the stove, carefully pan frying each custard soaked piece of bread, all the bread into a casserole dish and bake it.  As the title suggests, you can prepare this dish the night before and bake it 40 minutes prior to serving.

Cinnamon Bun Bread Pudding
Recipe from An Edible Mosaic

Fans of cinnamon buns will rejoice at seeing this decadent cinnamon bun bread pudding on the table.  This dish is sweet, sticky and totally delicious.  Once you make this recipe, you will be hard pressed to make traditional cinnamon rolls again.

Easy Breakfast Casserole
Courtesy of Eggland's Best

 A dozen eggs paired with sausage, spinach, mozzarella cheese, bread create one scrumptious breakfast casserole.  The ingredients in this recipe are flexible so use them as a guideline and add your own twist to this recipe.  For example, bacon, tomato and fresh basil would make a dynamite casserole too!

Overnight Breakfast Casserole
Recipe from Delightful Repast

Overnight breakfast casserole is a savory bread pudding studded with green chilis, fresh chopped parsley, sausage and tomatoes.  As you might have guessed, I love any recipe that I can whip up in advance so that I have more time to spend with my friends and family.

Ham and Tomato Egg Bake
Recipe from Food Fanatic

This ham and tomato bake is beautiful as it is delicious.  The pop of color alone is enough to make your mouth water.  This casserole is definitely on the lighter side so you do not have to feel guilty about indulging in an Easter chocolate or two.

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