The best breakfasts are simple, satiating and scrumptious. And breakfast casseroles tick off all those boxes.
You'll find your healthy a.m. fix in one of these fifteen filling breakfast casserole recipes with 11 grams of protein or more — for both savory and sweet cravings.
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1. Sausage Egg Casserole with Veggies
- 168 calories per serving
- 17 grams of protein
This veggie-packed breakfast casserole is ideal for meal prep Sundays, so you'll have just about enough servings for every morning of the busy work week. And with a hearty combination of sweet potatoes, chicken sausage and eggs, you'll have plenty of energy to power through the day. To make this recipe plant-based, opt for a vegan sausage instead.
Get the Sausage Egg Casserole With Veggies recipe and nutrition info from Eating Bird Food.
2. 'Breakfast in a Mug' Casserole
- 305 calories
- 24 grams of protein
You can cook this easy-breezy veggie, ham and egg casserole in your microwave. High-protein ham and eggs (or egg whites), crunchy green onion and gooey cheddar cheese combine to make tantalizing textures in a fun mug-size portion.
Get the Breakfast in a Mug Casserole recipe and nutrition info from The Recipe Rebel.
3. Vegetarian Shepherd's Pie
- 259 calories
- 9 grams of protein
This healthier version of shepherd's pie substitutes meat for mushrooms and quinoa and packs in a plethora of other veggies like leeks, onions, celery and carrots. And while it's missing all the excess fat of the classic dish, this nutritious version doesn't skimp on flavor thanks to flavorful herbs like fresh thyme, garlic cloves and parsley.
Get the Vegetarian Shepherd's Pie recipe and nutrition info from Feel Good Foodie.
4. One Pan Baked Oatmeal
- 211 calories
- 6 grams of protein
This breakfast bake is bursting with antioxidant-rich berries and potassium-packed bananas. With the dynamic duo of oats and chia seeds, you can say goodbye to sugar crashes and sweets cravings throughout the day. Top with a dollop of Greek yogurt for an extra punch of protein.
Get the One Pan Baked Oatmeal recipe and nutrition info from Eating Bird Food.
5. Easy Breakfast Casserole
- 208 calories
- 17.3 grams of protein
It'll take more time to preheat your oven than to prepare this quick and easy egg casserole. By using frozen hash browns, shredded cheese and cubed ham, you cut most of the tedious prep work. Serve with salsa or hot sauce for a little zesty zing.
Get the Easy Breakfast Casserole recipe and nutrition info from The Wholesome Dish.
6. Tomato Parmesan Breakfast Casserole
- 201 calories
- 11.1 grams of protein
Simple ingredients, big flavors: That sums up this savory bread pudding made with sautéed tomatoes, fresh basil and pungent parmesan cheese. For the best results, use a bread with good texture, such as ciabatta, French bread, whole wheat or multi-grain bakery breads.
Get the Tomato Parmesan Breakfast Casserole recipe and nutrition info from The Wholesome Dish.
7. Easy Denver Omelet Hash Brown Casserole
- 234 calories
- 18 grams of protein
This colorful casserole will have you eating the rainbow with green bell peppers, yellow onions and cherry red tomatoes. Loaded with eggs, ham and cheese, just one slice of this delicious Denver-style dish serves up 18 grams of belly-filling protein.
Get the Easy Denver Omelet Hash Brown Casserole recipe and nutrition info from The Wholesome Dish.
8. Ham And Asparagus Crustless Quiche
- 148 calories
- 11 grams of protein
This crustless quiche is light and fluffy but still robust and hearty with ingredients like high-protein ham and fiber-filled asparagus. Cutting out the crust slashes the carbs to a mere 1 gram per serving. And at 148 calories per slice, you can still enjoy seconds without breaking the calorie bank.
Get the Ham And Asparagus Crustless Quiche recipe and nutrition info from The Wholesome Dish.
9. Bisquick Breakfast Casserole With Sausage
- 316 calories
- 16 grams of protein
The secret ingredient in this crowd-pleasing casserole is Bisquick baking mix, which likens the dish to a savory pancake stuffed with cheese and breakfast sausage. Got leftovers? Simply store the casserole in an airtight container or a food storage bag and freeze for up to three months.
Get the Bisquick Breakfast Casserole With Sausage recipe and nutrition info from Amanda’s Easy Recipes.
10. Sausage Crescent Roll Breakfast Casserole
- 467 calories
- 23 grams of protein
This easy, cheesy breakfast casserole is the perfect comfort food for a weekend breakfast when you're craving something a little indulgent. The buttery crescent roll base is so yummy, this egg bake is guaranteed to be a hit at your next potluck brunch.
Get the Sausage Crescent Roll Breakfast Casserole recipe and nutrition info from Amanda’s Easy Recipes.
11. Loaded Vegetable Egg Bake
- 167 calories
- 12 grams of protein
Not big on breakfast meats? This vegetable egg bake is for you. Overflowing with white mushrooms, bell pepper, yellow onion, baby spinach and cherry tomatoes, you can easily hit your daily veggie target with no problem. Sautéed veggies are topped with thyme and rosemary leaves for oodles of flavor without extra salt or unhealthy fats.
Get the Loaded Vegetable Egg Bake recipe and nutrition info from Amanda’s Easy Recipes.
12. Mixed Berry French Toast Casserole
- 314 calories
- 12 grams of protein
If you have a sweet tooth, this mixed berry bread casserole — coated in a maple syrup and brown sugar custard sprinkled with vanilla and cinnamon — will hit the spot. The toughest part about making this no-fuss French toast bake is cutting the bread into cubes.
Get the Mixed Berry French Toast Casserole recipe and nutrition info from Amanda’s Easy Recipes.
13. Sausage Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole
- 321 calories
- 18 grams of protein
This comforting casserole contains all your favorite breakfast foods: eggs, sausage, cheese and hash browns. Plus, it's a breeze to prep and can be made in advance. Simply let the casserole chill overnight for a stress-free, wake-and-bake breakfast.
Get the Sausage Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole recipe and nutrition info from Amanda’s Easy Recipes.
14. Cauliflower Breakfast Skillet Casserole
- 373 calories
- 31 grams of protein
This low-carb (only 9 grams) cauliflower breakfast casserole boasts double the cheesiness thanks to cheddar and mozzarella and comes together in one skillet, literally. You sauté your veggies and sausage, then add eggs and cheese to the same skillet and bake it in the oven.
Get the Cauliflower Breakfast Skillet Casserole recipe and nutrition info from Love & Zest.
15. Vegetarian Tortilla Casserole
- 403 calories
- 16 grams of protein
This convenient casserole leans on pantry staples like black beans and freezer foods like frozen corn and veggie patties for a satisfying meal that requires little time and energy. Cumin, chili powder and diced green chilies offer a nice kick that's sure to wake you up even on the groggiest of mornings.
Get the Vegetarian Tortilla Casserole recipe and nutrition info from Love & Zest.
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