We have Paleo 9 of my favorite Paleo breakfast casserole recipes for you to choose from. Paleo Breakfast casserole recipes can be a great way to make breakfast for the whole family and fit a lot of nutrition all in one dish.
They are great for preparing the night before and simply cooking in the morning while you get ready for the day! We have a variety of Paleo Breakfast casserole recipes for you, so let us know what you are most excited to try. Share in the comments below.
When I was first introduced to what a Paleo diet was and decided to try some Paleo breakfast recipes, I thought I would be only eating eggs with vegetables and fruit every morning. I decided to do some research and was pleasantly surprised to find lots of Paleo breakfast casserole and one-dish recipes that looked good, easy to make, healthy and didn’t have a huge list of ingredients.
Although, a suggestion to you that is often overlooked for a fantastic Paleo breakfast is leftovers. Yep. Make a little extra dinner and enjoy it the next day. Oh, another thing I want to add is that a lot of Paleo eaters overlook vegetables.
I think it’s really important to have at least one vegetable with every meal and breakfast is no exception. A lot of these recipes have vegetables, which are wonderful for variety and to help with your gut health.
I hope this list will be helpful to a few others as you try to find some new, go-to Paleo breakfast Casserole recipes. What’s your favorite breakfast Casserole recipe?
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Paleo Breakfast Casserole Recipes
1. Breakfast Casserole – Hold the Grain
If you’d like to make your own sausage from scratch this is the recipe you need. Her sausage includes nine different spices and lard added to ground pork. You won’t believe one of the spices she adds to sausage. I didn’t believe it anyway. After you get the sausage made you get the vegetables ready you do a little stirring on the stovetop. After that is done you mix all the ingredients including the eggs in a casserole dish and bake it in the oven.
2. Breakfast Casserole – Paleo Running Momma
Any of these casseroles would be good for breakfast or brunch. They can even be made ahead. The crust on this one is made with sweet potatoes. It is topped with roasted brussels sprouts, crispy bacon and caramelized onions which are backed with eggs. It gets its cheesy flavor from the nutritional yeast. You gotta give it a try.
3. A Super Simple and Most Amazing Breakfast Casserole! – 24 Carrot Kitchen
I think breakfast casseroles are easier to make than other egg dishes. They sure are great for parties or holidays. You can make it all the night before except don’t add the eggs. Just add the eggs in the morning which is really easy. Adding the eggs just before baking makes it taste so much better and fresher. Making it the day before makes it so much easier in the morning especially for a holiday or party. You can swap out any vegetables you don’t want and use your favorites instead. It’s especially delicious if you use fresh seasonal vegetables. Some suggestions for toppings are guacamole, tomatoes, pesto, salsa, bacon, and hot sauce.
4. Spaghetti Squash Sausage Quiche – Living Well Mom
Spaghetti Squash – Sausage – Spinach – Mushrooms – Yellow Bell Pepper – Eggs – Italian Seasoning
No tricky crusts to make for this quiche so it’s a lot easier than other quiches to make. This crust is made out of spaghetti squash. The rest of the ingredients are an amazing combination of sausage, eggs, vegetables with seasoning. It can be made the night before and kept in the frig. Then you just have to pop it in the oven when you wake up and bake it while you’re getting ready for the day. The result will be a hearty nutritious breakfast that tastes so good your kids won’t even know they just ate healthy vegetables.
5. Turkey & Egg Breakfast Casserole – Aime Mars
Aime makes this casserole quite often especially when she has family visiting. Her mother always asks for it. It’s so easy to make the night before and bake in the morning. That makes for a very pleasant relaxing morning with family or friends. It’s a regular at her house even if no one is visiting. Maybe you should make it a regular on your breakfast menu too.
6. Sweet Potato Apple Breakfast Bake – Paleo Running Momma
Here is a great naturally sweet breakfast which is easy to make either ahead of time and in the morning for breakfast. This is what you want when you’re craving something sweet for breakfast but you don’t want added sugar. This casserole is simple and comforting. You could eat sausage and bacon every morning if you want to but if you get tired of them, this is a great option. The raisins are optional and I definitely would leave those out. But that’s the beauty of doing your own cooking you can personalize it to your own taste and likes.
7. Easy Breakfast Casserole – A Table Full of Joy
Lisa likes to make this over the weekend and then eat the leftover for an easy quick breakfast for the rest of the week. The most time-consuming part of making this is pre-cooking the sweet potatoes and frying up the sausage. But that’s to be expected, right? I sure don’t like raw sausage, do you? Lisa like to use any kind of sweet potatoes. She likes the white ones or the purple ones or just the regular old sweet potatoes. Maybe you could mix them together and get a variety of flavors. I don’t know, don’t blame if it’s nasty.
8. Plantain & Sausage Breakfast Casserole – Fed and Fit
Cassy is always hunting for time-efficient breakfast options that can be made ahead. She loves casseroles and plantains so this breakfast casserole is a natural for her. It just might be for you too. You do have to pre-cook the plantains and sausage but you have to pre-cook something for almost all of these recipes. So I doubt that is a problem for you. Paleo cooking is always a bit more work than opening a box of cereal. This casserole reheats exceptionally well and it freezes really well too. You could have some spinach or fruit for a side and have an absolutely delicious meal. You could eat it for dinner too. Breakfast food isn’t just limited to breakfast you know. Mix it up, enjoy life.
9. English Paleo Breakfast Frittata – Sugar Free Londoner
Katrin says this is a true English breakfast, all wonderful ingredients rolled into one dish. Looks like a breakfast pizza to me. Won’t the kids love eating “pizza” for breakfast? Actually, it’s a frittata, potato tomato whatever it is it looks good to me. Have fun baking this up and eating it too. Let me know how it goes for you.