Individual Egg Casserole-Gluten Free

Another wonderful morning, where my husband and I could spend time together for breakfast. I decided to make eggs casserole-style mixing a bunch of ingredients, I had available to work with. We both LOVE caramelized onions and potatoes and this time, I decided to add bell peppers, mushrooms, bacon and sausage to the mix. I think I had the IHOP Skillets in my mind when I made this dish.  My husband loved the results and this is a definite morning breakfast keeper. You can eat this right out of the baking dishes or side out the casserole into a plate (It won’t fall apart). This recipe is for 2 individual egg casseroles.

Individual Egg Casserole


4 Eggs

1 onion, sliced

2 strips of bacon, diced

1 large potato, diced

1/4 of a green bell pepper, diced

1/4 of a red bell pepper, diced

1/4 cup of sliced mushrooms

2 small links of sausage, diced

Cheddar cheese, shredded

canola oil



  1. In a skillet, saute onions and bacon until the onions start to turn slightly brown
  2. With heat on medium to medium low, add potatoes, bell peppers, mushrooms and sausage. If you need, add a little canola oil
  3. Sautee mixture until onions are caramelized and potatoes are browned and cooked through
  4. Pre heat oven to 425 F
  5. With cooking spray, grease two oven safe ramekins
  6. Portion caramelized vegetable mixture into each ramekin
  7. Crack two eggs in each ramekin, over vegetable mixture and sprinkle with cheddar cheese
  8. Bake for 10-15 minutes or until eggs are set and cheese has melted
  9. Serve in ramekins or slide out each casserole onto a plate

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Filed under Breakfast, Eggs, Gluten Free/ Gluten Free Suggestion

6 responses to “Individual Egg Casserole-Gluten Free

  1. crustabakes

    I would love to wake up to this. This looks wonderful!

  2. You know, I have never made anything like this recipe but there’s always a first for everything. I love this egg casserole. I would have to make one for my mother, because she always likes to sample everything lol. I’m telling you Samina, cookbook 😉

  3. I have been wanting to try baking eggs and this gives me much more of an incentive to do so!

    • I started baking eggs when I was in school. I was renting a separated room, part of a bigger house and I only had a toaster oven and microwave to work with 🙂 I love challenges and I learned how to do many of my favorite breakfasts in my toaster oven. I love baked eggs!

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