Egg Vegetable Casserole Bake
The holidays are about to hit, which means a lot of gatherings with family and friends. This Egg Vegetable Casserole Bake has very little ingredients and makes the perfect protein dish for brunch! (Plus it’s a keto and low carb recipe, so it fits most dietary lifestyles).
Egg Vegetable Casserole
This post has been sponsored by my friends at Burnbrae Farms, all opinions are my own.
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This recipe was passed on to be many many years ago by a friend and I’ve been making it every year since. Not only is it super easy, but it’s also super delicious. To think such a tasty recipe comes from such simple ingredients is something I blog over often. I often over complicate things, but it’s humble recipes like this Egg Vegetable Casserole that bring me back to basics.
To make life easier on myself, I used Burnbrae Farm’s Egg Creations cracked eggs in the Garden Vegetable variety. What I love about it is because it’s already flavored and seasoned, I don’t have to add any herbs and spices to the Egg Vegetable Casserole. Egg Creations are available in both Whole Egg and Fat-Free varieties.
These little guys are a brunch lifesaver, as they save you time as an easy pour alternative.
I think the vegetable layers are fun and a colorful way to brighten up brunch. The cheesy and flavorful eggs bring even the pickiest eaters to the table and excited for vegetables (yes, even broccoli).
Egg Veggie Bake
Whether you’re looking for a ketogenic breakfast recipe or a filling brunch dish, this egg vegetable casserole is a low carb favorite in my family. I love how this meal has minimal ingredients, and that it’s so easy to put together.
You’re going to love it!
More amazing recipes using Egg Creations:
- Eggs Benedict Breakfast Ring – This Lil’ Piglet
- Bacon Chicken Mushroom Crustless Quiche – Simply Stacie
- Meat Lovers Stratta – Life Straight Up
Egg Vegetable Casserole
- 1 1/4 cup cooked broccoli
- 1 1/4 cup cooked carrot mashed
- 1 1/4 cup cooked cauliflower
- 1 1/4 cup cheddar cheese shredded
- 3 tbsps butter
- 1 1/2 cups Burnbrae Farms Egg Creations Garden Vegetable
- 1 1/2 tsps seasoning salt
- Preheat oven to 325F
- Cook all vegetables separately. Transfer each vegetable to their own bowl. In each bowl add the following: 1 tbsp of butter, 1/2 cup of Egg Creations, ½ cup of cheddar cheese, and season with seasoning salt.
- In a greased loaf pan spread the following vegetable mixtures into layers: start with the broccoli, then add the carrots and top with the cauliflower mixture.
- Bake, uncovered, for 1 hour and 25 minutes.
So I ask you this: how often do you do brunch?
That looks so good! I love those layers. This is the kind of thing I love to make for the family whenever possible. This is going into my rotation!
This looks so delicious! A great idea for dinner, if you’re not wanting to make a dish with meat!
This Egg Vegetable Casserole Bake looks delicious! Perfect for brunch or Christmas morning.
I could really use a casserole like this to start my day with. I tend to like using those Egg Creations too!
Ooh this looks so yummy! I’ll have to try making this.
I am all about breakfast foods and you had me at egg and vegetable. Funny how we don’t get enough vegetables first thing in the morning but it’s actually really important!
That looks amazing! I love the combination of the eggs and the veggies. It’s definitely a lovely breakfast idea and it’s easy to make! Totally something that I’d prepare for the family.
My family loves breakfast casseroles. I’ve never baked one using an egg mix with veggies already mixed in. Talk about a timesaver. I will defnitely have to try Egg Creations Veggie blend. Thanks for the introduction.
Huge timesaver and I feel better because I know at least I’m getting a few veggies in 😉
This looks amazing! I love a great casserole. I’m always looking for new ones too. I think I’ll be giving this one a try soon.
This casserole looks delicious. Too bad my family doesn’t really care for stuff like this unless it is an omelette.
This looks so yummy! What a great way to add some extra vegetables to a dish!
I love eggs. I love veggies. So this casserole looks like it would be a win win for me. It looks so yummy.
This casserole looks perfect for our holiday meal! It has eggs, which everyone loves, and has veggies as well! Perfect!
oh, my goodness! That looks really good and tasty. I would love to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!
That looks delicious! I’d never tried making casserole this way, will try making this someday. Eggs and veggies are a great combo too.
This is my kind of to go food breakfast or brunch. It nice to know that you don’t to separate the yolk to the white. Save my time and energy and your recipe look delicious.
I love the vegetables that you’ve included in this casserole. This is going on the menu next week. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Bet this is so good!
I need to get more protein and less carbs in my diet. This is just the type or recipe I’ve been looking for.
I’ve never heard of this egg product before, but it sounds interesting. This looks and sounds like an amazing casserole that my family would definitely eat! Thanks for sharing.
I am making this recipe this morning, my question is can I cook it and freeze and warm it up for Christmas?
I’m not sure if I would. I don’t think it would freezer well.