Jimmy Dean Breakfast Casserole Recipe
Breakfast is a breeze with this all in one breakfast casserole that has sausage, eggs, cheese, bread. If you like, add tomatoes and mushrooms too!
Sausage, jalapeno and cheese are layered with bread in this spicy Tex-Mex breakfast casserole.
This hearty Jimmy Dean® Sausage breakfast bake has a hint of sweetness thanks to dried cranberries. The flavors are perfect for holiday mornings in the fall and winter.
I made this for a brunch potluck and it was a hit! I got so many compliments about how tasty it was. I made some modifications: I used 12 eggs, 2 pillsbury crescent rolls, 4 slices of bread cubed, green onions, and 1 can of mushroom pieces. Everything else was the same. I layered the bottom with one crescent roll tube followed by half the ingredients. Then I repeated the layer with the second crescent roll followed by the cubed bread. If I were to do it again, I would probably put the cubed bread beneath the second layer of crescent rolls so that they don't stick out as much. The very top layer was cheese. I made this overnight and left in the fridge. Then, I baked it the next morning and it was fine! I didn't have to pre-bake the crescent rolls either. Will definitely be making this again!
this was not a hit at my house. It's Chritmas morning, and I think I should have made eggs and sausage seperately. Too much bread, had to cook an extra half an hour and it's still soggy inside...the kids sort of like it, my husband and I choked it down since we waited so long to eat. Next time...if I ever make it again I will use hash browns, or tater tots instead of the bread, I would also add more cheese and less milk (although I did already cut it down by half a cup). recipe isn't "terrible" but definately needs a little help.
This pizza is made with a combination of all your favorite breakfast foods, such as sausage, cheese, hash browns, and eggs. Top with thinly sliced red, yellow and green bell peppers for a beautiful (and tasty!) presentation.
It's not Christmas morning at our house without this... I've made it for years. I normally will make it spicy, by using Jimmy Dean's spicy sausage. If I make 2 or double it, then I use one spicy and one regular and it's perfect; I think so anyway. We get the Franks out too for anyone who might like it even spicier. My family loves this.