We LOVE breakfast dishes and so I am always looking to change it up. This one combines it all in one pan. Add some cooked veggies, change you cheese, add different spices and it can be different every time!
Chuckwagon Breakfast1 pound frozen hash browns, thawed
one recipe sausage gravy
1-1/2 to 2 cups shredded cheese (your favorite kind that melts well)
Make one recipe sausage gravy (via the link) and cool it to at least room temperature.
I cooled mine down faster by putting the bowl of gravy into another bowl filled with crushed ice and water. Stir to cool the gravy. Set aside.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease bottom of 10" cast iron skillet. Place approximately 4 cups of the hash browns in the bottom of the skillet.
Dump on the cooled sausage gravy.
Spread gravy to the edges.
Lightly beat your eggs. You can add salt and pepper if you like.
Pour over gravy.
Spread around the best you can.
Drizzle a little bit of olive oil on the remaining hash browns and toss to coat.
Sprinkle the hash browns on to the eggs.
If you like, sprinkle on some parsley for color. Use your spatula to press down a little bit into the egg.
Bake for 35- 40 minutes or until eggs are set.
Sprinkle on your cheese.
Broil until the cheese is melted and as brown as you want it.
Serve in the cast iron skillet and scoop out like a casserole. If you want nicer wedges you need to let it sit for 10-15 minutes. Your first piece is not going to come out nice and you'll have to do a little work to the other slices but is is achievable. You'll need to slide in the side, not like a pie to loosen.
Great recipe, an absolute MUST try!!!ReplyDelete
This sounds really delicious. My mouth is watering just thinking about it! A really hearty type of breakfast casserole.ReplyDelete
Thanks, yes it is! Get it all in one place!Delete
Sounds so delicious Jenny and I love using the skillet. It's all in one and sooooooo good.ReplyDelete
Cast iron makes everything neat, right?!Delete
This looks absolutely delicious!!! Talk about a wonderfully hearty breakfast!!! Pinning!ReplyDelete
Thanks for pinning, I appreciate it!Delete
G'day! Looks like a dish I remember mum used to make when I was little...yum!ReplyDelete
Glad I could bring you back some good memories!Delete
Hi Jenny! What a hearty breakfast for your cold winter mornings! Fantastic!ReplyDelete
Gluten free to boot if you use an alternative flour for thickening your gravy!Delete
This looks like the perfect weekend breakfast! I know my boys would love it too.ReplyDelete
You might need two pans full!!Delete
This sounds great. I am going to have to try it soon.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by Marlys!Delete
I am having friends for brunch and this looks perfect! Saw you on the MMM link up party and so glad I did!ReplyDelete
Thank you and welcome to my site! Heading over to your FB now!Delete
I haven't had breakfast yet and this is really making my mouth water! Thanks for linking this wonderful post up to my “Themed Blog & Shop Hop!”ReplyDelete
Sorry for the bad timing!! All day long I see goodies in my pages....growl...!! :DDelete
Jenny this sounds fantastic! Thanks for sharing on the weekend re-Treat link party. Hope you link up to the party again tomorrow!ReplyDelete
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Yes Please! What a great recipe Jenny, Breakfast Casserole with gravy inside! Yum!ReplyDelete
I added a small can of green chilies to mine because we like it a little spicy here in Texas lol!ReplyDelete
My kind of breakfast. Thank you, it sounds fabulous.ReplyDelete