Ready in 1 hour 15 minutes
Prepare this delicious dish the night before your brunch. Allow it to sit overnight, and pop it into the oven 45 minutes before your guests are set to arrive.
Brown the sausage in a skillet over medium heat, stirring to crumble. Remove from heat, drain fat and set aside to cool.
Lightly spray a large baking dish with cooking spray. Place bread pieces in the bottom of the dish. Layer the sausage over the bread and top with Monterrey Jack cheese. In a medium bowl, whisk eggs, milk, salt and pepper and pour into baking dish over the sausage and bread.
Top with cheddar cheese, cover dish with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
The next morning, heat oven to 325 degrees. Remove plastic wrap from dish and bake casserole 40-45 minutes or until cooked through.
[Special credit and thanks to "Christmas Morning Breakfast" recipe posted on BigOven.com, by jlindorff. I decided to post this as a different recipe since I've used Chicken Sausage here, significantly increased the ingredient sizes in some cases, added cream, and renamed the recipe.]
wenonah 3y ago
raiekomailynn 4y agoSounds amazing I have to try this
reneepelkey 4y agogreat but I made changes. I added crimini mushrooms and dived onions to the mix. cooking time was way off. I cooked it for an hour but it was still raw. Because I had company waiting to eat I microwaved it for 5 min and that made it perfect.
Katiebonner 5y agoDelicious, quick and easy. I used Jimmy dean turkey bits. They're Pre-cooked, so you can skip the first step all together. I would definitely add other spices next time to give it a little more flavor; like possibly some Italian seasonings. Plus I made it the day of and didn't let it sit-it was just as good.
allcladrad 6y agoWe do this about once a month, decadent Sunday brunch, we use real eggs, real half and half and serve with sourdough toast with real butter.
tanayounger 7y ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
carolynbuss 8y agoNext time try without the sausage
chefbill 9y agoDelicious brunch entree. Great flavor. Super complement to something sweet. Definitely one that will bring them back for seconds.
stevemur 9y ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
stevemur 9y ago[I posted this recipe.]