December 4, 2023

Healthy Breakfast

I really like this Healthy Breakfast

25 Best Vegetarian Breakfast Casseroles (+ Easy Recipes)

Hosting brunch? Make it easy for yourself with these vegetarian breakfast casseroles!

They’re practically effortless, loaded with goodness, and perfect for feeding a crowd. 

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Even if that “crowd” is just your immediate family. #noshameinthebigfamilygame

Baked Egg Casserole with Potatoes and Sausage

And if you’re not hosting large groups of people anytime soon, you’ll still love these recipes.

They’re ideal for meal prep, and did I mention that they’re delicious?

So whether you prefer sweet or savory breakfasts, there’s a vegetarian breakfast casserole for you.

Many are healthy, and some are decidedly not. 

But every one of these 25 recipes will make your mornings tastier. 

I know that egg salad is already a thing.

But I think this might be a better combination of the words “egg” and “salad.” At least, a more accurate one. 

This egg breakfast casserole is so loaded with veggies, it’s basically a salad.

But the salad just happened to be baked into eggs. That might sound weird, but it’s so tasty!

Every inch of it is stuffed with spinach, mushrooms, hash browns, bell peppers, and onions. Oh, and cheese. You can’t forget the cheese! 

Season it how you like and enjoy! 

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Your mornings just got easier with this make-ahead breakfast casserole.

Get it ready the night before you need it and bake it the day of. You could even bake it the night before and reheat it.

Either way, you have one less thing to worry about on busy mornings.

And you can rest easy knowing your family will be full and well-nourished.

This casserole is loaded with whatever veggies you have on hand.

So, you can customize it to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. You can’t beat that!  

Spinach, mushrooms, potatoes, broccoli, peppers, basil, onions, eggs, and cheese come together in this recipe.

That’s all you need to make this delicious egg casserole come to life! 

Of course, you’ll want to add your favorite seasonings as well. It’s easy-peasy.

Is there anything better in this world than the combination of potatoes and cheese?

Maybe, but I think cheesy potatoes are pretty universally loved and absolutely fantastic. 

And this copycat hash brown casserole is the definition of cheesy. It also has that magical combination of creamy and crispy. 

The potatoes are crispy on top and on the edges. But everything inside is gooey and creamy.

It’s made with hash browns, tons of cheese, butter, onions, and cream of Chicken soup.

Of course, add salt and pepper to taste. I also like to add a ton of garlic.

Whoever invented French toast casseroles is a genius.

And I think they probably deserve the Nobel Prize. Because regular French toast casserole is utterly drool-worthy. 

But this blueberry cheesecake version will knock your socks clean off!

Every bite of creamy, tangy, sugary, blueberry, bread goodness is ridiculously indulgent. 

It feels sinful to eat, but it’s oh-so-good for your soul. 

This spinach and mushroom breakfast casserole is perfect for cold winter mornings.

It’s so hearty and cozy, and it’ll warm you up from the inside out. 

Of course, you can enjoy this year-round. And you should, because it’s really yummy.

This casserole features eggs, cottage cheese, spinach, mushrooms, garlic, onions, green onions, and cheddar cheese. It’s so flavorful. 

It’s also super soft and creamy, thanks to the cottage cheese.

It’s also very high in protein. So, you’ll definitely stay fuller for longer. 

I’ve said it before on the blog and I’ll say it again, if it’s Greek, it’s good.

And this Greek-inspired egg casserole is just outstanding.

With every forkful, you’ll taste briny olives, smoky sun-dried tomatoes, salty feta, and earthy artichokes.

Spinach and eggs bump up the nutritional value even more. 

Fresh herbs and seasonings add bright, lemony, peppery goodness that’s hard to beat. Your family will love this!

This Mediterranean brunch bake is in the same family as the recipe above.

You’ll notice some similar ingredients to the previous dish, but both are delectable. 

Though, this one has even more veggies! 

When you start your day with big, bold, Tex-Mex flavors, you’re doing something right.

It’s a great way to wake up your mind and your tastebuds. 

Serve this well-spiced, veggie-and-cheese-filled casserole with fresh tomato and avocado salsa for the perfect bite. 

Caprese salad is an uncomplicated salad made of mozzarella, tomatoes, and basil.

And it’s one of my favorite salads of all time. It’s simple, yet so mouthwatering. 

I think Caprese flavors should be incorporated into as many dishes as possible.

So this breakfast casserole just makes sense. It’s delicious. 

And its flavors are pretty universally liked. This is a dish the whole family will devour.

I know people who would typically turn up their noses at broccoli who like this dish.

Very few can resist the gooey combo of mozzarella, Swiss cheese, and cheddar. 

Sometimes, I swear that cheese has magic powers. And if you have no problems with broccoli, then you’ll love this casserole!  

Zucchini is probably the most loved veggie in my household.

It has a fantastic flavor and is so versatile. It’s great for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

There are so many different ways to cook it.

And zucchini complements pretty much any other ingredient. Case in point, this scrumptious herb and zucchini kale egg bake. 

There’s nothing quite like sinking your teeth into a sweet, soft, gooey cinnamon roll. I think most people can agree with that.

But this casserole is just as delicious.

In fact, I think it’s even better because it’s so wonderfully rich.

It’s all thanks to the cream, eggs, pecans, extra cinnamon, extra sugar, and sour cream. 

It’s like a cinnamon roll on steroids. 

It’s just like the classic appetizer but for breakfast. And holy cow, it’s tasty!

It’s everything you love about the beloved dip in a breakfast bake.

It’s loaded with cheese, it’s super creamy, and it’s full of fantastic flavors.

It tastes and feels seriously indulgent, but it’s totally low-carb-friendly. 

And it will definitely keep you full all morning long, maybe even past lunch! 

I love these veggie egg casseroles because they change with the seasons.

You can make them a lot and never get bored. And this version is fabulous in two ways. 

First, it’s wonderfully tasty. It is bursting with delicious, seasonal veggies.

This recipe calls for onions, carrots, asparagus, snap peas, broccoli, mushrooms, garlic, and tomatoes. 

Feta cheese adds makes this dish level up! It adds creaminess and a rich, salty flavor. It’s the perfect compliment to the veggies. 

Second, it means that winter is on the way out.

And you can finally usher in the warmer months, which brightens anyone’s spirits.

Mushrooms plus Swiss cheese is a well-known and well-liked combination.

It’s rich and hearty and incredibly satisfying. Mushroom Swiss burgers, anyone? 

But when you add asparagus to that wonderful combo? Now, you’re in business! 

Much like broccoli, cauliflower is love-it or hate-it for most folks.

Personally, I love it, but I’ve found plenty of ways to transform it. 

And this cheesy cauliflower egg bake is just one of those delicious methods!

It’s super cheesy and it has an amazing texture. It’s soft and creamy and ooey-gooey. 

Also, if you have picky eaters, this is ideal for sneaking in extra veggies!

If you think hash brown casserole sounds good, wait until you try this!

The smoky, slightly acidic flavor of sun-dried tomatoes sends this dish over the top. 

It’s like the adventurous cousin of the hash brown casserole.

It’s still down-to-earth and comforting with just a little *something* extra about it. 

There’s a whole garden’s worth of veggies in this delicious bake! 

This is the perfect dish to whip up when you want to serve something hearty that you can feel good about.

It’s so good, even kids will gobble it up!

This is the only dish on this list that doesn’t feature beaten eggs.

But it’s just as rustic and comforting as any dish on this list.

Every bite is absolutely divine. It’s super creamy and flavorful. But the pièce de résistance are the yolky, runny eggs. 

Serve it with crusty bread and enjoy!

Everything about this veggie and sweet potato casserole sounds delicious.

Each bite is savory, with a hint of sweetness. It’s the perfect combination!

This casserole features eggs and sweet potatoes (duh). But also peppers, garlic, onions, and spinach, so it’s super nutritious!

But it also has lots of gouda cheese, making it a little bit indulgent.  

To me, this succulent strawberry French toast casserole is perfectly balanced.

It tastes and feels like a dessert. But with less sugar and lighter ingredients, it’s not overly extravagant.

However, it’s still super tasty! How could it not be? It has fresh strawberries, cream cheese, sugar, lemon, and vanilla.

Plus, it’s made with challah bread, which is tender and slightly sweet. 

This cheesy egg casserole is so simple but so delectable!

The combo of eggs, cottage cheese, mozzarella, butter, and Italian seasoning is truly mouthwatering. 

And the texture is so fluffy! Every bite is like a pillow of deliciousness. 

When fall comes around and butternut squash is in season, I’m in my happy place.

I try to incorporate butternut squash into every meal. Here’s my go-to, squash-filled breakfast. 

It’s bursting with warm, earthy fall flavors that evoke feelings of comfort, but it’s also pretty healthy. 

This casserole is actually a strata.

It’s like bread pudding, but not sweet. It’s made with sourdough bread, eggs, pumpkin puree, butternut squash, and kale. 

It also has plenty of delicious seasoning, Swiss cheese, and Parmesan cheese. Garnish it with sage and enjoy!

Everything about this apple fritter breakfast casserole screams indulgent.

I’ll be honest, there’s nothing healthy about this casserole. But it’s worth the splurge!

You’ll devour every bite of this delectable dish. It’s basically a French toast casserole but made with day-old croissants.

Then, it’s covered with cinnamon-sugar apples, so it becomes super caramel-icious.

Once everything is baked, it’s drizzled with a sugary glaze. It’s just amazing!

Vegetarian Breakfast Casseroles