There’s something pretty amazing about breakfast casseroles. I mean, casseroles in general are pretty awesome, but breakfast casseroles? Honey! Now, I’ve been working really hard over the last few years perfecting my casserole skills, and I just have one main piece of advice to share: use quality ingredients.
Yup, that’s it. You can toss anything into your baked breakfast dish and it’ll taste great, as long as you start with good stuff.
Take, for example, Johnsonville Fully Cooked Turkey Breakfast Sausages that I put in our casserole today. Flavorful and juicy, the turkey sausages were definitely the star of the show this morning.
I’ve loved Johnsonville Sausage for years, but these breakfast sausages are have completely won over my
heart stomach. Just 30 seconds in the microwave, these sausages weren’t anything like the frozen varieties that I’m used to.
I mean, these sausages had GRILL MARKS on the bottom! As the new year approaches, and folks vow to get healthy and eat a filling breakfast every day, these little links need to be on the grocery list.
Want to give my Spinach & Sausage Breakfast Casserole a try? Here’s the recipe:
-Johnsonville Fully Cooked Breakfast Sausage (I used turkey.)
-crescent roll pastry dough
-1 cup of cheddar cheese
-2 tablespoons of milk
-1 bag of frozen spinach
-salt and pepper
-Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
-Microwave the Johnsonville Fully Cooked Turkey Breakfast Sausages for 30 seconds.
-Line the bottom of a casserole dish with the crescent roll pastry.
-Microwave the frozen spinach.
-As the spinach is heating up, chop the breakfast sausage up, and line the spinach up in the casserole dish on top of the pastry.
-Put some garlic in a pan with olive oil and lightly sauté the microwaved spinach. Make sure to season it LIBERALLY with salt and pepper.
-Whisk the six eggs and milk together in a bowl. Add the spinach and 1/2 cup of cheese and mix.
-Pour the egg mixture on top of the sausage.
-Top the egg mixture with cheese.