Sausage and Egg Casserole


Hearty Breakfast that serves eight to ten people.
Here’s the recipe:
Crust:
3 1/2 cups shredded potatoes (also could use frozen hash brown potatoes slightly browned)
1/3 cup melted butter
salt to taste
Filling:
16 oz. mild cheddar cheese, shredded
16 oz. cottage cheese
1 1/2 pounds cooked sausage
10 eggs, beaten
3/4 cup shredded onion
Bake at 375 degrees for 30-45 minutes in greased large Pyrex pan.
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20 comments

  1. Looks so good but I never have company, it’s just me. So I was wondering, once cooked, could this be cut into sqs., wrapped and frozen for reheating later? I’m not sure how the cooked eggs would do…any thoughts? Thank you in advance!

  2. OMG….this looks sooo good! My cooking days are over, because I am in a nursing home. I sure do miss it. However, I still like watching you prepare all your yummy foods.

  3. Would I be able to substitute the cottage cheese for sour cream? This looks so delicious and I really want to try it. I just purchased the latest food processor you have and I’m so excited to give it a whirl!

  4. Thanks Phyllis, I have company coming for Thanksgiving and will definitely make this. I love you videos, you are a natural teacher. Love to you and Mr Bucky.

  5. this recipe looks like a winner. i have made numerous variations of casseroles using breads and even onion rolls but never really loved them. this potato with onion and all the other is going to be my next. another recipe i am copying in my Phyllis file. thanks.

  6. Hi Phyllis, was wondering if you can substitute something else for the cottage cheese ? Planning on taking to a Mother’s Day weekend at the ranch and are some very picky people there ! Anyway love your videos and glad you got mr. Buckley looking good on those eyebrows ! Lol I do my husbands as we’ll ! New subscriber and look forward to watching all your videos, all looks super yummy 😉

  7. I just love watching you cook..you are a wonderful teacher and explain things fully..thank you for your time and energy that you put into making your videos:) its very helpful and appreciated:)

  8. Hi Phyllis-
    Been meaning to tell you that I made this at Christmas and we loved it. Reheats great, too. We also have a house full of guests at the holidays—-it’s more like an invasion—-and this really saved me from chaos at breakfast since the guys especially need something “substantial.” (there’s no getting away with just a muffin with them–muffins just make a great side!!!) Thanks, Phyllis!!

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