You HAVE to try this keto sausage egg casserole!
It’s true that breakfast is the most important meal of the day so you definitely want to make sure it’s healthy AND delicious. Fortunately, this sausage egg casserole recipe covers both. You will never settle for cold cereal ever again once you sink our teeth into this hearty meal. You will absolutely love the combination of seasoned sausage, eggs, and of course–melted cheese! This dish has everything you love about a good casserole without all the unnecessary carbs. Finally, a sinfully delicious recipe that you can enjoy with absolutely no guilt.
Let’s talk about what makes this recipe SO amazing. One of the best things about this sausage egg casserole is that it only takes a few basic ingredients that you likely already have on hand. The prep time only involves cooking up the sausage and mixing it all together before popping it into your oven. Isn’t it great to have a delicious breakfast that doesn’t require a ton of hands-on cook time? In about 30 minutes you will be taking a bite of this piping hot casserole that will definitely be an instant hit among your family and friends.
This breakfast casserole is perfect for those early mornings when you just want the oven to do all the work. However, don’t forget it could easily become the perfect dish for a brunch. It serves eight so if you have a small gathering scheduled in the near future, make sure you include this amazing recipe! It may not require a lot of effort from you, but the result is downright delicious! Everybody is sure to give you their nod of approval.
And let’s not forget one of the best things about this dish–it’s totally keto-friendly. If you’ve been on the lookout for a scrumptious low carb breakfast then you HAVE to give this dish a try!
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