When I am in a dinner rut, my go-to is always breakfast for dinner. Am I the only one? I always have the components on hand, it’s quick, and it’s a crowd pleaser! Tonight as 5pm rolled around, I had no idea what I was going to make. I checked my fridge for the classic ingredients: cheese, eggs, and sausage. Check. All there like the best friends I know I can count on. But, I wanted to up the ante and create a breakfast inspired casserole.
I paired those classics with my new favorite: Mrs. T’s Mini Pierogies. Since the pierogies are filled with potatoes and cheese, they are the perfect substitute for hash browns (which I never have on hand). Mrs. T’s Pierogies are so versatile that I keep them in the freezer at all times. Not to toot my own horn, but it just may be my best creation yet!
Begin by preheating the oven to 350 degrees. While the oven is warming up, brown the sausage in a large skillet.
I’m all about maximizing time, so I whisk the eggs and milk while the sausage is cooking. Once the eggs and milk are combined, stir in half the cheese.
When the sausage is finished, drain any fat if you need, then add it to the egg mixture as well.
In a 9×11” baking dish, spread the frozen pierogies (no need to thaw) and pour the egg and sausage mixture on top. Finish by sprinkling the remaining cheese and bake the casserole for 45 minutes until everything is cooked through.
It is so easy and mostly hands off, plus it smells divine! I can’t wait for you to dig into your own breakfast casserole. (For breakfast or dinner!) What’s on your table tonight?
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This looks so good! We make an egg and sausage breakfast casserole and add a ton of veggies to it and skip the cheese, but this looks like one I could probably get my kids to eat!!