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Freezer Meals: Breakfast Casserole

Here is a super easy breakfast meal that can be made in bulk and frozen.

Begin with homemade biscuit dough, or store bought dough such as Pillsbury Grands biscuits or croissants. Dough can be substituted with sliced or torn pieces of bread.

You’ll need cooked breakfast meat such as ham or sausage.

1 pkg. of shredded cheese
4 eggs for 1 pan and up to twelve eggs for the 3 shown below
1/2 c. of milk for 1 pan and 1-1 1/2 cups for 3 pans shown below
salt & pepper to taste

Press the dough into the pans or line with bread.

**note: If you are not using store bought dough, spray the pan with cooking spray.

Mix milk, eggs and seasoning in a bowl.
Next, sprinkle cooked meat and cheese into pan.

Pour egg & milk mixture into the pan.
Everything needn’t be covered unless you want it to be. If so make and add more egg & milk mixture. There should however be enough liquid for you to at least see it above the dough.Cook @ 325 degrees until golden brown. About 20-25 minutes in my oven.

I like mine golden brown. Once cooled…they can be wrapped and frozen.
Reheating instructions:

Thaw and then heat for approx. 15 minutes on 325 degrees.

Thes can also be made in a muffin tin and frozen for a quick breakfast on the go.

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12 thoughts on “Freezer Meals: Breakfast Casserole

  1. Christina Kelley says:

    Made this tonight and it was a HUGE hit my house! Thanks for posting πŸ™‚


    The Proverbs Wife Reply:

    @Christina Kelley,

    That’s great Christina! I’m glad your family enjoyed it.


    The Proverbs Wife Reply:

    That’s great Christina! I’m glad your family enjoyed it.


  2. I’m sorry Mellisa. The freezer tip above was in response to you r question not Mars’s

    Thank you all for sharing and for visiting.


  3. Hello Mars,

    These can be flash frozen for an hour to prevent sticking together.

    Spread them on a dish not touching and place in the freezer for 45 min-1 hour.

    Drop in a ziploc bag and place in the freezer.

    They can also be wrapped individually in saran and placed in a freezer bag.

    I have also wrapped them in foil and froze them. These are easiest to pop in the oven and serve to my children. They stay warm in the foil until ready to eat and you don’t need to thaw them to cook.


  4. Duckygirl says:

    I just made this for lunch (I used turkey bacon) and the kids all gobbled it up! I doubled it so the 2nd one will be our breakfast tomorrow! Thanks for a great recipe!


  5. Yum! Those look outstanding too. I love all of your Freezer Recipes. They are so smart!!


  6. Melissa P. says:

    looks great! any tips on the best way to freeze the muffin sized ones?


  7. This looks delicious. I am going to try it one evening this week as a breakfast for dinner treat. Thanks for posting it!


  8. The little minis look like tiny quiches! I bet that they would work great as appetizers for a party or reception. I plan to make one this weekrend for my family. Thanks so much for the idea. πŸ™‚


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