Fireman’s Overnight Breakfast Casserole With Country Gravy

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If you’re looking for an easy and tasty dish that can satisfy a hungry group for breakfast, and does not require you to wake up early in the morning to get it ready at the right time then your search is over. It’s a Fireman’s Overnight Breakfast Casserole does all of that and comes with a amount of flavor packed into.

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What is the reason it’s named this manner it’s named? We think it’s the kind of breakfast that is perfect at a fireplace. Mix everything together at night, place it aside in the fridge for the night to chill, and bake it early in the morning. Then, wham! – warm, meaty cheesey delicious breakfast served at the table for an entire family with no A.M. effort

In terms of breakfast casseroles are concerned, this is a distinct one. There aren’t any hashbrowns or biscuits or home fries in this one. It’s just a lot of protein from eggs , cheese and sausage, and an assortment of delicious vegetables. (Which is why it’s an excellent choice if you’re trying to eat less carband will keep you full for the duration of the day.) It’s certainly a dynamite of breakfast.

The first step is to brown the sausage as well as the vegetables and then letting them cool. Then, you create gravy… Oh did we mention gravy is involved? Country Gravy is made from sausage drips. Yup. It’s the perfect complement to this rich dish. We guarantee that it will reheat extremely quickly the day after, so don’t stress about making it in advance.

You pour twelve eggs into a baking dish large enough to hold them. They aren’t beaten mix them, stir them, or even scramble the eggs… they keep them as is. (Look at this, we’ve got an egg with two yolks!) You then take the toothpick then poke an opening into the egg’s top before pouring the cream on top. The eggs are cooked like hardboiled eggs however the cream provides an egg-cellent, creamy flavor.

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After that, you add a thick layer of cheese. You then top it off with vegetables and sausage as well as more cheese. (This dish is unapologetically cheese-y. We love it because of that.)

You’ll end up with an amazing, vibrant and colorful multi-layered dish that you put in foil, and then place in the refrigerator until morning comes around.

If it’s time to feed your family it’s easy to bake this delicious cake…

It’s spicy, delicious, and it’s sure to make an entire crowd of hungry diners satisfied. Although these qualities are sufficient to warrant it as a regular recipe on this site We are delighted that it doesn’t need the early morning wake-up call. So , the next time you’re hosting a large group at your table make this for them and take some more sleep. There will be a crowd that is happy and you’ll feel happy too.

Overnight Breakfast Casserole

30 minutes active for 30 minutes, and 24-hour inactive to prepare servings 8-10

INGREDIENTS

For the dish:

1 pound breakfast sausage ground

4 cup sharp cheddar grated

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12 eggs

1 large onion chopped

1 bell pepper red Chopped

1 Cup heavy whipping cream

One cup chopped green onion diced (1/2 cups?)

8 oz sliced mushrooms

Freshly ground and Kosher-kosher pepper to your taste

To make gravy:

2 cups milk

1/4 cup all-purpose flour

2 tablespoons butter or oil

Freshly ground and Kosher-kosher pepper to your taste

PREPARATION

Once you are ready to bake heat oven to 350°F. Lightly grease a baking dish 9×13 inches and place it aside.

In a large, heavy-bottomed skillet on medium-high heat, cook the sausage and break it up using the help of a wooden spoon. Once the meat is beginning to turn brown, add onions as well as mushrooms and bell peppers to the skillet. Cook until the vegetables soften and the meat is cooked about approximately 6-7 minutes. Mix in the green onion, and remove the meat and veggies from the skillet and allow to cool. (Do not wash the skillet.)

When the meat and vegetables are cool, prepare the gravy.

Pour butter or oil into unwashed skillet. When it’s melted, mix into flour and let it cook for 2 minutes.

Whisk in the milk slowly and cook until the gravy gets thicker. Continue to simmer for about 2 minutes and add the salt and spice. Cover and place aside (or place in a container and chill over night).

In the baking dish that you’ve prepared Crack eggs equally across the dish’s bottom and keep yolks intact. Make a hole in each yolk using a toothpick. Then add cream to the eggs’ top. Sprinkle with half portion of cheese.

Pour the sausage mixture over eggs , cream and baking dish. then sprinkle with cheese. Cover the dish with foil and let it sit overnight.

Bake covered in oven preheated in the oven for about 30 minutes. Remove the foil and bake for an additional 30 minutes. Serve with country gravy and take your time!

To warm gravy: Place gravy into a microwave-safe dish. Add a small amount of milk in order to make the gravy more flexible. Then cook for 45 seconds and stirring between each, until the gravy is warm. You can also cook it on medium-high heat on the stovetop, diluted with a tiny amount of milk.

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