Overnight Breakfast Enchiladas ~ Tortillas stuffed with Sausage, Eggs,Cheese and Bacon! This is the Perfect Overnight Breakfast Casserole Recipe!
These delicious Overnight Breakfast Enchiladas are the perfect, easy breakfast recipes that are made the night before! I’m all for overnight breakfast casseroles. This is because I’m all about sleeping as long as possible every single morning. When I can prep breakfast the night ahead, stick it in the fridge and just pull it out and bake it the next morning it makes me want to do a happy dance. These Overnight Breakfast Enchiladas have flour tortillas loaded with sausage, bacon and cheese. Then they are covered with eggs and topped with more bacon and cheese!
A few of my other favorite make ahead breakfast casseroles are Sausage & Cheese Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole and Biscuits and Gravy Overnight Breakfast Casserole! Both of these are overnight breakfast casseroles so Mom can sleep a little bit longer. Trust me, this makes the entire family happy and they still get their breakfast made!
Ingredients Needed for Overnight Breakfast Enchiladas
- Shredded cheddar cheese
- Flour tortillas
- All-purpose flour
- Bacon Bits
A couple weekends ago we headed up to the cabin with my mom and dad for a relaxing weekend. The guys were going to try the ice fishing up there and us girls were just going to hang out and do a little shopping. It sounded great. We could just relax and do whatever we wanted and not have a worry.
This sounded great until the hubby came down with a bad cold a couple days before we left. He decided he was good enough to go so we still went. Saturday morning the guys headed out to the lake and us girls left to do some shopping. Throughout the morning I thought my throat was a little dry but blamed it conveniently on the cabin and hoping it was just dry in there. As the day wore on the sicker I became until that night I was shivering, exhausted and aching. Fun stuff. Off to bed I went.
The next day I felt terrible still but the aches were gone I just had a terrible sore throat. This went on for a couple days then it moved to my head. Ugh. Seriously. Could the chest cold not be enough. Nope. Everything started draining. Lovely picture I’m painting here isn’t it? It seems like so many people are sick right now. I’m so ready for spring.
It’s only the middle of January. *SIGH*
If you are looking for a breakfast to warm you up in the bitterly cold January winter here one is. It’s a bit of a fun twist on a regular old egg bake. You can switch the meat for whatever you like or have on hand. I was worried the tortillas were going to be soggy if I put the eggs in the night before but I did it anyways and it was awesome! The eggs run into the tortillas and it’s so yummy!
Tools Helpful for Making Overnight Breakfast Enchiladas
If you have guests coming or just want to spoil your family this is the perfect way to do it! Bonus is that you don’t even have to get up early to make them feel like they are spoiled when you make an overnight breakfast casserole!
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- 1 lb sausage browned
- 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
- 8 8 in flour tortillas
- 6 eggs
- 2 cups half-and-half
- 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 3 oz package Real Bacon Bits
- Spray 13×9 in pan with cooking spray
- In a large bowl stir together browned sausage, 1 c. cheese and 1/2 of the package of bacon bits.
- Place a 1/8 of the mixture down the center of a tortilla. Roll up and place seem side down in baking dish. Repeat until all tortillas are filled.
- In another large bowl beat eggs, half and half, four and salt. Pour over the tortillas in the pan. You can cover the dish and place in the fridge overnight or baked immediately.
- When ready to bake, preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Uncover dish and sprinkle remaining 1 cup of cheese over tortillas. Sprinkle the rest of the bacon bits over cheese. Cover baking dish and bake for 35 minutes. Uncover dish and bake 10 minutes longer or until set and cheese is melted.