Sausage Apple Egg Casserole

Sausage and Apple Egg Casserole |

It’s hard to photograph egg casseroles.  Every time I’ve tried, it just doesn’t look as good as it tastes.  I suppose it’s the bland colors.

Anyways…L-O-V-E-D the sausage and apple flavors in this casserole!

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Sausage Apple Egg Casserole

Yield – 6 servings

Preparation Time – 10 minutes

Cooking Time – 45 to 55 minutes


  • 6 slices wheat bread ($.25)
  • 1 lb. mild sausage ($1.99)
  • 1 onion, chopped ($.20)
  • 1 granny smith apple, peeled and chopped ($.25)
  • 8 eggs ($.80)
  • 1/2 cup milk ($.05)
  • Salt and pepper
  • Fresh Fruit ($1)


  • Spray 9×13 baking dish with non-stick cooking spray.  Tear 6 slices of bread and place into the baking dish.


  • Add 1 lb. of cooked sausage.


  • Add 1 chopped onion and 1 chopped granny smith apple.


  • Toss together in the baking dish.


  • In a bowl, whisk together eggs, milk and salt and pepper.  Pour over the bread, sausage and apple mixture in the baking dish.


  • (For best results, refrigerate overnight.) Bake at 350 for 45-55 minutes.
  • Serve Sausage Apple Egg Casserole with fresh fruit.

Cost $4.54

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  1. says

    This looks tasty. At first I didn’t think so, but the pictures reminded me of my Thanksgiving stuffing that has sausage and apples in it. I love the overnight thing. It makes mornings so much easier. I’ll have to try it soon!

  2. says

    Some foods are so hard to make look appetizing even though they totally are! Maybe next time instead of trying to photograph a chunk of the casserole on the plate you could photograph it in it’s casserole dish. You could insert color by placing the casserole dish on a colored place mat or table cloth. Or you could add color by adding the ingredients in their raw form to the picture…maybe like a few whole red apples in the background or slices of red apple in the pic might help :)

  3. Heather says

    … and we very much enjoyed it! Love, The Christmas Guests :), who will gladly be blog-recipe guinea pigs any time we’re in town

  4. Michelle says

    At first, I wondered about the meat/fruit combination, but quite frankly, the spoon sold me! :) I LOVE that spoon! I think that I will try this out next week for my biweekly mom’s brunch.

  5. Lauren says

    I’m a *very* broke college student, I just made it for my roommates & they loved it!! Totally a great idea. You’re page has saved my pocket!

  6. Shannon says

    Going to have to try this with for my hungry group of teenage boys. I too love the smiley face spoon. Going to have to find me some of those spoons.

  7. Karen Eveland says

    Looks great! I don’t know how to print just the recipe and not the pictures and other stuff. Please let me know. Thanks.!

  8. says

    Great blog!
    You’ve got this filed under dairy/casein free but it has milk. I was wondering what you use as a milk substitute? I have my own (soy milk & Coffee Rich are my primary subs), but I’m curious as to what you would recommend.

  9. says

    I made this as part of the OAMM September Menu and my son saw the label in the freezer and is so excited! Apparently, someone made this for a breakfast at school last year or something similar! I left out the onions, though…my family is totally adverse to onions!

  10. Patti says

    Okay, so I’ve tried this recipe. However, I changed it up a bit and it was very tasty. I tossed the bread with melted butter, and I sauteed the sausage and apple before mixing together with other ingredients. It was very good that way. I also left out the onions so we could get the full flavor of the sausage and apple. And as for the picture, you could cut a nice neat wedge instead of scooping it out and set it nicely on a lace doiley lined pretty plate with fresh strawberries & raspberries. Good luck next time around.


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