Biscuit and Gravy Casserole features fluffy biscuits, cheesy eggs and the best homemade sausage gravy! This is a hearty, easy to make breakfast recipe that can easily feed a crowd. As filling as it is, don’t be too surprised when everyone asks for seconds!
Biscuits and Gravy Casserole
Around the holidays, I can expect to wake up to a house full of family and friends at least once or twice. On those days when I need to feed a lot of house guests, there’s really only one surefire way to get the job done – a breakfast casserole! This easy biscuit and gravy casserole recipe has it all. It’s got homemade Sausage Gravy (which is quick and easy to whip up), cheesy eggs, and plenty of fluffy biscuits. It’s hard to say what the best part of this casserole is because the whole thing is pretty perfect!
What Else Can I Add to This Breakfast Casserole?
This biscuits and gravy casserole is pretty perfect as is. However, you can always make it your own by sprinkling on some bacon bits, using turkey sausage instead of pork or adding some pepper jack cheese along with the cheddar. There are so many ways to get creative! If you try something different, make sure to drop a comment and let me know what worked for you!
How to Make Biscuit and Gravy Casserole
Prepare. Preheat the oven to 375°F anf spray a 9×13 baking dish.
Make the gravy, you’ll find a like to our best ever, quick and easy sausage gravy in the recipe card below.
1. Make the eggs. Add all of the eggs to a big bowl, Whisk together with milk and seasonings until there are no white streaks.
2. Cut the biscuits. Open the can of biscuits and place them all on a cutting board. Cut each biscuit into six even pieces. Assemble the casserole. Place the biscuits on the bottom of the dish.
3. Pour the egg mixture all over the biscuits. Sprinkle on half of the cheese.
4. Pour (or spoon) the gravy on top. Bake. Bake for 30-40 minutes. Make it cheesy. Top the casserole off with more cheese and bake for another 5-10 minutes to melt.
Storing Biscuits and Gravy Casserole
Once cooled to room temperature, you can store your leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for 3-4 days. Reheat in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time until warmed all the way through. To freeze, let the casserole fully cool to room temperature. Keep it stored airtight in a freezer-safe container for up to 2 months. Let slowly thaw in the fridge prior to reheating either whole in the oven or in smaller portions in the microwave.
Ingredient Notes for Biscuit and Gravy Casserole
Sausage Gravy – I have an excellent Sausage Gravy recipe that always gets the job done right. Feel free to change up this recipe by using Bacon Gravy instead if you’d like.
Biscuits – I like using Grands biscuits because they’re big and sturdy while still being fluffy.
Cheddar Cheese – If you have a few extra minutes to spare, I recommend using freshly shredded cheese for the best consistency and flavor. If not, no worries! Bagged shredded cheese works just fine.
Hot Sauce – This is an optional ingredient that I personally love adding to this breakfast casserole! Use your favorite brand and add more or less to control the spiciness.
Seasonings – Salt, black pepper, seasoned salt and a dash of hot sauce are what I use to create a little extra flavor. You can always toss in other seasonings like garlic powder, onion powder, or paprika if you’d like.
Biscuits and Gravy Casserole
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Butter or spray a 9x13 inch baking dish and set aside.
- Make the sausage gravy first according to the recipe directions and set aside.
- Crack all of the eggs into a large bowl and whisk together well with the milk and seasonings until no white streaks remain.
- Open the biscuits and place on a cutting board, cut each biscuit into six pieces.
- Place the cut biscuits in an even layer on the bottom of the prepared baking dish.
- Pour the eggs evenly over the biscuits and sprinkle with half of the cheese.
- Pour or spoon the gravy on top. Bake in preheated oven for 30-40 minutes.
- Top with the remaining cheese and bake for 5-10 minutes more.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.