Don’t get me wrong, bacon, fried eggs, buttermilk pancakes, and grits may be great Y’all, but this deliciously flavorful Southern Brunch Casserole will take your Brunch Game to a whole new level of Southern Goodness. Brunch casserole is a cinch since we are using Simply Potatoes® instead of doing all that washing, peeling, and dicing potatoes midmorning.
I know you are wondering, What is this one up to? Aren’t you? Let me tell you what I am up to friends, a Brunch casserole that will straight up be a slam dunk with the kids and hubby. I ‘m combining some of our Southern favorites like fried potatoes, sausage, gravy, and fluffy biscuits in a pretty little blue casserole dish and it’s going to taste amazing.
This casserole is one of those menu items that just sing to me, I know I sound a little dramatic using that phrase, but how could it not? I mean all those wonderful flavors, right down to the parsley butter brushed on top of the biscuits at the end? Which by the way, my husband told me I got a little carried away with this time… Giggles Oppps! What can I say?
The steps to making Southern Brunch Casserole with Simply Potatoes® are pretty simple and straightforward since you won’t have to worry about washing, peeling, and dicing all those potatoes before getting started on this tasty Brunch Casserole. I don’t know about Y’all, but I really love the fact I don’t need to worry about all that drama when I’m cooking for a crowd.
- Remove the seeds and membranes from 2 jalapeno peppers and dice.
- Brown the Sage Sausage for about 14 minutes, then drain the excess oil.
- While browning the Sage Sausage, if desired brown the diced Simply Potatoes® and diced jalapeno peppers, about 10-12 minutes.
- Prepare the white gravy if desired or use ready-made white gravy from the market if short on time.
- Separate a can of refrigerated biscuits into 8 biscuits. Cut each biscuit into fourths.
- Crack 4 eggs in a small bowl and lightly beat them.
- Assemble the Southern Brunch Casserole as shown above in a pretreated oven-safe casserole dish.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes in a 350 Degree oven.
See those layers of flavorful perfectly cooked diced potatoes, eggs, delicious browned Sage Sausage, Southern White Gravy, and fluffy golden brown biscuits? All the Southern Iconic Classic menu items you can ask for in one lovely Brunch Casserole, that will easily serve about 6-8 people depending on how hungry they are that mid-morning.
I don’t know about you, but we are going to sit down and start our Sunday off with this easy, hearty, Southern Brunch Casserole made with Simply Potatoes® that will feed the whole family and enjoy our meal. I sure am starving Y’all after smelling all these wonderful ingredients baking in the oven.
- 2 jalapeno peppers diced
- 1 pound of bulk sage sausage
- 1 package of Diced Steakhouse Seasoned Simply Potatoes®
- 3 eggs lightly beaten
- 12- ounces of canned white gravy or homemade
- 1-16- ounce can of biscuits
- cooking spray
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
- Kosher salt to own taste
- 1/2 teaspoon course ground pepper
- 3 cups whole milk
- 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter
- 2 tablespoons fresh parsley chopped
Add unsalted butter to a skillet; melt over medium heat. Add the self-rising flour, kosher salt and course black pepper; cook about 2 minutes or until thickened and beginning to lightly brown. Stir in the milk; heat to simmering, stirring frequently. Cook and stir 3 minutes or until thickened.
Remove the seeds and membranes from 2 jalapeno peppers and dice.
Brown the Sage Sausage for about 14 minutes, then drain the excess oil.
While browning the Sage Sausage, if desired brown the diced Simply Potatoes® and diced jalapeno peppers, about 10-12 minutes.
Prepare the white gravy if desired or use ready-made white gravy from the market if short on time.
Separate a can of refrigerated biscuits into 8 biscuits. Cut each biscuit into fourths.
Crack 4 eggs in a small bowl and lightly beat them.
Assemble the casserole by pre-treating the casserole dish with cooking spray, adding the lightly browned diced Steakhouse Seasoned Simply Potatoes®, lightly beaten eggs, browned sage sausage, white gravy, and top with the biscuits.
Bake for 25-30 minutes in a 350 Degree oven or until biscuits are done and golden brown.
Lightly brush the tops of biscuits with butter if desired.
Serve while hot.
Melt 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter with 2 tablespoons of fresh parsley in the microwave and brush on finished casserole if desired.
The homemade White Gravy is optional, you can easily use a ready-made white gravy that you can find at your local market to save some time
No additional seasoning is required when using the Diced Steakhouse Seasoned Simply Potatoes®
Let’s chat a spell about these yummy flavorful Steakhouse Seasoned Diced Potatoes, I used today. They were to prepare, involved less prep time than cooking with whole potatoes, they required no peeling or dicing, they’re made with real ingredients, and so versatile, you can pretty much use them in any recipe that calls for diced potatoes to save time. I’ll admit it I’ve been hooked on these darn Simply Potatoes® since I first used them back in December, for my Hashbrowns and Cheese Steak Casserole.
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