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Sourdough Egg Breakfast Casserole



Start your day with a high protein breakfast. Sourdough bread and sharp cheddar cheese give this traditional egg breakfast casserole a slight tang that your taste buds will love.

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Start your day with a high protein breakfast. Sourdough bread and sharp cheddar cheese give this traditional egg breakfast casserole a slight tang that your tastebuds will love. It's a make-ahead casserole that is great for company. Made in a 9x13 casserole dish.

Sourdough Egg Breakfast Casserole

If you’re following us on Instagram or Facebook. you’ll know that we’re spending the week in Destin, Florida. It’s been gorgeous. I’ll go to Florida at any time, but when we escape to The Sunshine State during the middle of December in Ohio, it is simply amazing.

The one reason I’m ready to get back home? Good, home cooking. Our hotel has a breakfast and as thankful as I am for having a breakfast that I don’t have to fix myself, I am so ready to eat something other than hard-boiled eggs, an apple and V-8 juice. I got completely spoiled last week when every morning I pulled out this Sourdough Egg Breakfast Casserole.

Protein-packed, egg breakfast casseroles always shout “holidays” to me. One way to make your Christmas (or any holiday) morning more relaxing is to prepare a make-ahead, overnight casserole. Have you ever made one before? Just prepare the casserole the day before, let it sit in the fridge overnight, then pull it out in the morning and bake. You’ll get to enjoy a delicious breakfast but not sacrifice any time with the family on that special morning.

There are three key ingredients to this recipe: eggs (of course!), sharp cheddar cheese and sourdough bread.

Eggs give you high-quality protein packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Sharp cheddar cheese and sourdough bread give this recipe a touch of tang. It may sound strange to have a tangy, savory breakfast casserole, but trust me, it’s a fabulous twist!

If you make your own sourdough bread, feel free to do so. Although I love homemade bread, I bought a sourdough loaf at the store to save time.

And the sharp cheddar cheese? Take the time to buy a block of cheese and shred it yourself. Why should you shred your own cheese? The main reason is because you’re simply getting just cheese. Pre-shredded cheese has many additives. I find that when I shred my own cheese the melted cheese is much creamier and not as greasy. It’s worth washing the cheese grater.

Categories:   Baking Bread

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