Sunny-side-up Casserole

Sunny-side-up Casserole created by Troop Angel

Another breakfast casserole. I like this one because of the sauce. I have plenty of English muffins or toast and serve these on top. Serve with fresh fruit. Prep time does not include cooking the sausage.

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  • Spray bottom of 11x7-inch pan with cooking spray.
  • Slice half of cheese to cover bottom.
  • Grate other half and set aside.
  • Mix seasonings with sour cream.
  • Pour half of mixture over cheese.
  • Layer cooked, crumbled, sausage over sour cream.
  • Break whole eggs on top of sausage.
  • Spread on remaining sour cream (dollop, without breaking eggs).
  • Top with remaining grated cheese.
  • Bake at 325ºF.
  • for 25-30 minutes, or until set.
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"Another breakfast casserole. I like this one because of the sauce. I have plenty of English muffins or toast and serve these on top. Serve with fresh fruit. Prep time does not include cooking the sausage."

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  1. adopt a greyhound
    Very Good breakfast. I did add mushrooms and peppers on top of the sausage. Put the toast down first and then topped with the casserole.
  2. Chef Valbowski
    This is a winner. I am so going to do this with additions, different cheeses, and so on. Thanks for a great recipe that has so many possibilities to explore.
  3. Food Lover 1027
    This is really good. I did use light sour cream and turkey sausage links chopped up. I did not add salt as someone else mentioned. Made it for my sister and husband and they both enjoyed it. Definitely best over toast. I will be making again.
  4. sugarpea
    Made this for a birthday brunch counting on the leftovers for a simple supper. There weren't any. Italian turkey sausage and yogurt cheese rather than sour cream were used.
  5. UmmHumza
    This was good. I used morning star farms sausage and added some dill to the sour cream mixture. I also put some fresh chives on top. Everyone loved it! Thanks for posting.
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