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Inside: You have to see these make ahead breakfast casseroles – they are perfect for feeding a crowd! Try them for Halloween, Thanksgiving and of course Christmas!
Easy Make Ahead Breakfast Casseroles
If you’re always serving a crowd on the weekends and on the Holidays then you need these make-ahead breakfast casseroles in your meal planner.
These breakfast bakes are super easy to make and the beauty is you can make them ahead of time so you can have a relaxing morning too!
You can even stick one in the freezer for days when life gets too much and you can eat breakfast for dinner (you know the kids would LOVE that!)
Scroll down to see our picks of the best breakfast casseroles you can make to feed a crowd.
Baked Oatmeal Casserole Recipe
Baked Oatmeal Casserole Recipe – If you have a thing for oatmeal did you ever think of baked oatmeal, in a breakfast casserole? The great thing about this easy breakfast casserole is you don’t even need a crowd of people to feed it to. Bake one on Sunday, pop it in the refrigerator, and eat the leftovers all by yourself for breakfast the rest of the week!
Comfort Bake – This comfort bake is filled with breakfast biscuits and scallions for a really filling breakfast. It should serve six people (depending on how hungry they are) so you can just make as many as you need to feed your crowd!
Apple Fritter Breakfast Casserole
Apple Fritter Breakfast Casserole – Oh my this overnight breakfast casserole has layers of croissants and caramelized apples and sounds all kinds of wonderful! If you want to make it ahead of time make sure you leave the glaze off until it’s time to cook your casserole.
Skinny Sausage & Egg Breakfast Casserole
Skinny Sausage & Egg Breakfast Casserole – If you feel guilty about eating breakfast casseroles on Christmas morning because of the sheer number of calories you’ll be consuming this is the perfect solution. It serves 12 with just 209 calories per serving so it’s the perfect make-ahead breakfast casserole for a crowd.
Breakfast Casserole with Ham and Cheese
Jamie’s Breakfast Casserole with Ham and Cheese – I love how this recipe has the toast right there within the layers of the casserole. This one serves four so it’s perfect for feeding your family on Christmas Day, if you’re expecting a crowd just make two or three!
Easy Breakfast Casserole
Easy Breakfast Casserole – Apparently it takes longer to preheat the oven than it does to prep this recipe so you might not even need to make it ahead of time.
Crescent Roll Breakfast Casserole
Breakfast Casserole – This recipe has a crescent roll crust, it looks so good I might have to have a test run before Christmas Day… like maybe Thanksgiving?
Bacon and Hashbrown Breakfast Casserole
Bacon and Hash Brown Egg Bake – How about bacon and hash browns? So many people love that combo for breakfast this would be the perfect breakfast casserole for when the family sleepover!
Make-Ahead “Ham & Cheese” Breakfast Casserole
Make-Ahead “Ham & Cheese” Breakfast Casserole – This is one to make when you want to impress your guests (like your mother-in-law!) The combination of pancetta and Gruyere makes this an unforgettable brunch casserole.
Slow Cooker Sausage Breakfast Casserole
Slow Cooker Sausage Breakfast Casserole -I know you LOVE your slow cooker so check out this sausage breakfast casserole that is made with has browns and mozzarella cheese, instead of the usual bread and cheddar.
Slow Cooker Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Casserole
Slow Cooker Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Casserole – Cinnamon rolls make the perfect breakfast item, but it turns out you can make them even more delicious when you use them as a base for a breakfast casserole.
Egg Free Breakfast Casserole
Biscuits and Gravy Casserole – Did someone say biscuits and gravy? Most of these breakfast casseroles have eggs in but I did find this one that’s egg-free, combine it with these egg-free biscuits for a delicious brunch combo!!
Overnight Caramel French Toast Easy Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole
Overnight Caramel French Toast Casserole by Averie Cooks
Sausage Make Ahead Breakfast Casserole
Sausage Make Ahead Breakfast Casserole by 5 Boys Baker
Berry French Toast Casserole
Berry French Toast Casserole by Elizabeth Reese
Breakfast Sausage Egg Bake Casserole
Breakfast Sausage Egg Bake Casserole by Slow the Cook Down
Baked Cinnamon French Toast with Blackberries
Baked Cinnamon French Toast with Blackberries by Erhardts Eat
Blueberry Lemon French Toast Bake
Blueberry Lemon French Toast Bake by Pumpkin Spice
Keto Low Carb Breakfast Casserole
Keto Low Carb Breakfast Casserole by Life Made Sweeter
Ham and Cheese English Muffin Make Ahead Breakfast Casserole
Ham and Cheese English Muffin Make Ahead Breakfast Casserole by Homemade Interest
Berry Breakfast Bagel French Toast Casserole
Berry Breakfast Bagel French Toast Casserole by House of Nash Eats
Blueberry French Toast Casserole
Blueberry French Toast Casserole by Sue Bee Homemaker
Overnight Everything Bagel Breakfast Casserole
Overnight Everything Bagel Breakfast Casserole by The Cozy Cook
Breakfast Enchiladas with Leftover Rotisserie Chicken
Breakfast Enchiladas with Leftover Rotisserie Chicken by The Worktop
Breakfast Strata with Apples, Sausage and Fennel
Frequently Asked Questions
How long can you keep a breakfast casserole in the fridge before baking?
A breakfast casserole can be kept in the fridge before baking for up to 24-48 hours.
Do you freeze breakfast casseroles before or after baking?
Freezing breakfast casseroles can be done both before and after baking. Freezing before baking allows you to have a ready-to-bake casserole on hand for busy mornings. On the other hand, freezing after baking allows you to have fully cooked casseroles that can be reheated whenever needed. Choose the method that works best for your schedule and enjoy the convenience of make-ahead breakfast casseroles.
Can you eat leftover breakfast casserole?
Yes, you can absolutely eat leftover breakfast casserole! It’s a convenient and delicious option for enjoying breakfast on busy mornings or as a quick meal throughout the day. Just make sure to store it properly in an airtight container in the refrigerator, and when you’re ready to eat, simply reheat it in the microwave or oven for a warm and satisfying meal.
How do you fix a soggy casserole?
To fix a soggy casserole, you can try placing it back in the oven at a low temperature to help evaporate any excess moisture. Alternatively, you can also try removing the casserole from its dish and transferring it to a baking sheet, then bake it for a few more minutes to crisp up the bottom.
How far in advance can you make breakfast casserole?
You can make breakfast casserole up to 24-48 hours in advance. It’s best to prepare it the night before, cover it tightly, and refrigerate it until you’re ready to bake it in the morning. This allows the flavors to meld together and saves you time on busy mornings.