Simple and easy sausage breakfast skillet scramble with only six ingredients, ready in no time.
When it comes to breakfast, sometimes you're in the mood for savory, and sometimes you are in the mood for a sweet breakfast treat.
While I will never turn down the latter, I certainly don't mind indulging in this sausage and potato skillet casserole. It is sure to satisfy your savory craving heart.
There are only six simple ingredients, which means breakfast will be on the table in no time. You can even pre-prep the night before to make it super easy for you in the morning.
The deliciousness and amount of love put into the meal are not measured in the time spent making it. And this sausage breakfast casserole proves it.
What You Need To Make The Sausage Breakfast Scramble
- Breakfast sausage. We use turkey but have your pick here. Chicken sausage is good too!
- Frozen diced potatoes
- Diced peppers and onions. Veggies can be fresh or frozen.
- Shredded cheese. Cheddar is always a good option but gouda is always delicious too!
How To Make A Delicious Sausage Breakfast Casserole In No Time
Start out by browning the sausage in a large skillet. Once completely cooked remove cooked sausage from skillet and set it aside.
Using the grease from the sausage, if your sausage made any, brown the diced potatoes, peppers, and onions.
I don’t use beef sausage, so there is no grease. I always just use a tad bit of oil to coat the bottom of the skillet.
Cook until all the potatoes are cooked through.
After the potatoes are cooked, add the sausage back into the skillet and stir everything until it’s all combined.
In a large mixing cup (or small bowl if you prefer), whisk together the milk and eggs.
Pour the egg mixture into the skillet and cook over medium heat, stirring continuously.
When eggs are fully cooked, add in half the cup of cheese and stir everything together to combine.
Remove the skillet from the cooking eye and sprinkle remaining cheese over the top of the scramble.
Allow the cheese to melt and serve.
With a side of biscuits or toast, your family will be good and full. Possibly, so much so, that you can skip lunch. Which is always my goal on the weekend. The less cooking the better.