Pitmaster’s need breakfast too and this Smoked Breakfast Casserole recipe is sure to start the day off right. I combine sausage, eggs, cheese, and a few vegetables (have to keep the doctor happy) for a tasty casserole that cooks right on the pit.
You can put this Smoked Breakfast Casserole all together the night before and place it in the fridge. It needs to go at least one hour… but overnight is best.
The next morning you can throw it in the cooler and take it to your BBQ, tailgate – whatever you have going on and serve it as a killer breakfast. Or just cook it right at the house for the family.
I fired up my Traeger Timberline up to 350 and placed the casserole directly in the middle. You can cook this casserole on any smoker – just get it up closer to 325-350 and place the casserole dish on the cooker.
You know your Smoked Breakfast Casserole is ready when it’s brown around the edges and set in the middle. Then it’s time to serve and eat!
I serve it with plenty of fresh toppings (your friends can dress it up just right) and it goes perfect with a good Bloody Mary.