Nancy's Breakfast Casserole | Tuesdays with Jacob

Nancy's Breakfast Casserole

November 6, 2017

It's about that time of year.... the time when we start thinking about the holidays, cozy recipes, and entertaining loved ones. This breakfast casserole is a family favorite, perfect for slow (or hectic!) holiday mornings. I can be prepped the night before, then just throw it in the oven in the morning, and spend the extra time with your family. My Aunt Nancy wants you to know that she did not come up with this recipe herself. It was given to her by a coworker many years ago, but everyone in our family calls it Nancy's casserole, so I do too. It's been passed down through many a bridal shower and is just perfect for cool fall or snowy winter mornings. We'll be curling up with a big slice while we watch the Macy's Day parade!

Here's what you need: 
2 packs of Immaculate Baking Company Organic Crescent Rolls
1 lb. pork sausage (I like maple!)
4-5 tsp. fresh minced garlic
2 eggs
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup melted butter

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees 
2. Press one crescent pack flat into a casserole pan
3. Cook Sausage and Garlic until browned, drain. 
4. Mix Sausage and garlic with two eggs, and cheese. 
5. Spread over crescent rolls in the pan
6. Roll second can of crescent rolls over mix & seal edges
7. Melt butter and pour over top crescents
8. Bake 22 minutes, until golden and soft


Right now you can get $1 off Immaculate Baking Company products, just click here for the coupon! Their mission to create wholesome baking products (with some organic and gluten free options) ensure your holiday food is good for ALL your party guests! 

1 comment on "Nancy's Breakfast Casserole"
  1. I have been looking for something interesting to cook for breakfast, and I came across this. These are some delicious recipe. Thank you for sharing. Keep posting.