Hashbrown Sausage Casserole {Christmas Brunch}

There’s nothing fancy about this casserole – but it is very tasty. It’s perfect for our Christmas Brunch!

I especially love putting this together if I have Homemade Frozen Hashbrowns and Premade Turkey Sausage crumbles. Then all I have to do is throw everything into a dish and bake it.  If you prefer, you could substitute browned hamburger meat for the turkey sausage. Just shake in some chili powder and/or garlic powder to spice it up a little. It’s a great, versatile recipe!

Hashbrown Sausage CasseroleYum

6 cups frozen hashbrowns  (partially thawed)
1 pound browned turkey sausage
6 eggs
1/2 cup cream (or milk)
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
salt and pepper to taste

Stir hashbrowns and cooked sausage together in a 9×13 inch baking dish. In a bowl, whip eggs and cream together. Pour mixture over the hashbrowns and sausage. Sprinkle with shredded cheese, salt, and pepper. Bake in a 350° oven for 45-50 minutes or until eggs are no longer runny and cheese is melted and beginning to brown.

Hashbrown Sausage Casserole

Comments

  1. Bev P says

    The recipe looks yummy! I’ve tried a similar one with crescent rolls in place of the hashbrowns and it was good, so I’m sure this will be as well, thanks! :)

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  2. says

    Hmmm, sausage is hard to come by in Japan, so I’m interested in trying it with ground beef (or pork, since that’s more available here) as you recommended. Thanks!

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  3. Christina Vickers says

    Looks yummy! Sharing with a friend who needs lots of breakfast ideas for a weekly blast meeting in her home! Thank you!

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  4. linda says

    Looks easy and yummy. Will certainly be dinner for tomorrow. Thank you so much. You certainly make things a lot more simpler.

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  5. Heather Anne says

    Sounds yummy! I think I’d add some spinach to this as well. These types of casseroles are great for a hearty breakfast or for a side with ham at dinner.

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  6. Jackie Wiles says

    This looks yummy! I enjoy your site…I am ready to bottle homemade vanilla for Christmas gifts! Hope it is wonderful! I have been hiding it for months and shaking it when I think about it! :)

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  7. Julie says

    Snowed in today, and can’t make it to a friends house for coffee and chit chat. So it is nice to come to this virtual brunch

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  8. Frieda says

    This sounds like just what I am looking for for our Christmas breakfast. Something healthy with lots of protein before my kids start in on all of the Christmas cookies and treats. Thanks!

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  9. Amy S says

    I don’t usually have time to make a breakfast casserole like this before work. This would be perfect for Christmas brunch and make is a special breakfast too. Thanks!

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  10. Gayle says

    We do a similar dish on the stovetop (all in one pan). Brown 1 lb. of ground turkey sausage, add one package frozen hashbrowns and brown it off, add 1 dozen scrambled eggs, cook till eggs are cooked through and shredded cheese, mix in, heat until cheese melts and enjoy :) Called breakfast hash in our house. We also cook it over the open fire in cast iron dutch oven when camping. Best breakfast all camping trip!!!

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  11. kellyc says

    breakfast casserole is a christmas staple here. We also add green chiles as well as a dash of onion powder and dried mustard. So yummy!

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  12. Jen says

    This looks yummy. I wonder if you could make it the night before and cook the next morning?

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    Laura Reply:

    Yep!

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  13. Teresa Yb. says

    I’ve been making something simillar for a long time. Any meat is good, and I like to add a handful of chopped onions. I keep some ready in the freezer, making this really easy.

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  14. Marie says

    What a great idea! I think my kids will like this with the hash browns in there! I will try this one for Christmas brunch. Thanks for the recipe. Merry Christmas!

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  15. Sheila Laurence says

    I normally do not like breakfast casseroles (can’t do soggy bread), but this one looks great and I think my entire family would like it!

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  16. Andi H. says

    Oh I’m going to try this. It looks so good. I made your hash-browns last for this morning and oh were they good. Thanks so much. I love your website.

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  17. says

    THIS is perfect! I was in the middle of making my grocery list and still had no idea as to what to fix for one of our several Christmas breakfasts!!! God is good! Happy Holidays!

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  18. says

    Oh, yum! I love breakfast things like this. I’m all for sweet breakfast, but really I’d go for eggs and casseroles and such every day if given the choice!

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  19. Rhoda says

    My family would love this. I’m allergic to nightshade veggies (potato, tomato, pepper) so I can’t enjoy, but ohhhh it sounds sooooo good.! Maybe I’ll just take a little nibble.

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  20. Monika says

    I’ve never brought frozen hashbrowns before! I always assumed they would have weird ingredients in them.

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, I think they do have weird ingredients in them. I don’t buy them, but make them myself. Check out the links mentioned in the post to see how to make them!

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  21. says

    We are having Christmas Eve Brunch at my parents this year…and this is what I’m making.

    If I have fresh potatoes and shred them but don’t have time to pre-freeze them…will it still work?

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  22. Amy E says

    I’m always on the look out for easy brunch casseroles for the various showers at our church. I think I’ll be adding this to my list. Thanks!

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  23. says

    thanks for the tips on making homemade hashbrowns!
    I’ve seen somewhere that you can bake potatoes in a crockpot! may try that, then shredding for yummy hashbrowns! :)

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  24. Kari says

    Lunch today felt a little bit like Christmas since this was filed under Christmas brunch. :-) Good eats. Also good topped with a little sour cream and salsa.

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