Breakfast Lasagna Recipe

Breakfast Lasagna


theres not any real measurements adjust amount for size of pan I used a 13X9 pan used a whole bag of hash browns and 24 sausage patties

Shredded potatoes.....Hash Brown Potatoes

Precooked Sausage patties

Eggs Scrambled not cooked

Pepperjack Cheese

Mozzarella Cheese



bacon crumbled for a topping

How to make Breakfast Lasagna

Preheat oven to 350 (f) degrees

Layer in baking dish as follows:

Hashbrowns, Sausage Patties, PepperJack Cheese, Hashbrowns, Sausage Patties. Hashbrowns, Pour Scrambled Eggs over mixture, Top with Mozzarella Cheese.

At this point you can wrap and keep over night in fridge to bake in the morning, I made this for Superbowl Sunday Breakfast.

Place in preheated oven and bake 15 to 30 minutes depending on the thickness of the lasagna, 

I cooked untill all the cheese on top had melted to a smooth shiny cover and eggs had cooked.

It was Delicious .


I made a second version with bacon topping, extra added flavor.

Question from the Chef

“what else would you add to this recipe to make it regionally appealling?”

  • ShoggothDreams
    ShoggothDreams says

    Top it with crumbled bacon? That said, this is a great idea. I am always bored with same-old breakfasts. Thanks.

  • DaveWood
    DaveWood says

    Now that is a good idea my wife and I bought more ingredient to make more, I will try that. thanks

  • Jaylene
    Jaylene says

    Looks good, even though I'd probably die of a cholesterol-induced problem! haha. :) i love anything breakfast

  • DaveWood
    DaveWood says

    I made it with bacon Im going to try and update the picture. the bacon suggestion was a good idea, Delicious.

  • Flippymar
    Flippymar says

    Maybe use Cotija Cheese, tomatoes and then top with salsa for a Southwestern theme.

  • Flippymar
    Flippymar says

    oh some sour cream too!

  • massconsumption
    massconsumption says

    That looks great as is. I'll take 1 slice please!

  • NinaLaurence
    NinaLaurence says

    salsa would be a good additive, too. Maybe like a rancheros negros type thing. Sounds delicious!!!

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