Get ready to enjoy a delicious breakfast with this Air Fryer Sausage Breakfast Casserole.
We all know by now that I’m obsessed with my Air Fryer, right? If not, then let me tell you that I am in fact obsessed with the Air Fryer.
This Air Fryer Sausage Breakfast Casserole is absolutely delicious.
My oven is starting to get dusty because I am hardly using it now. My latest discovery is that I can make a breakfast casserole in my air fryer, sounds fun, doesn’t it?
Air Fryer Sausage Breakfast Casserole
I posted a quick picture of this meal on Instagram and immediately my sister was texting me for the recipe. She actually made it that evening and was amazed.
She also informed me that it fits the #Whole30 diet too. I’ve never actually done that, but she has, so I trust she’s correct. Have you tried the #Whole30?
If so, I’d love to hear about your experience. I guess my biggest question mark for that particular plan is that once you are done, most of those I know that do this plan, immediately go back to their old ways of eating.
So I don’t quite understand it for the long term benefits? I do hear it’s good to see which foods you may be intolerant to.
Something to consider for sure.
In the meantime, let’s get to this Air Fryer Sausage Breakfast Casserole.
How do you make Air Fryer Breakfast Casserole?
This recipe I had thought of a while back, but I basically put it together on a whim and it pleased everyone for dinner.
My husband was asking me to make it again the next day. The great thing is that it is so easy.
I literally put everything in the air fryer, uncooked, just as you would in the oven, and then the air fryer does its magic.
I am now using a Ninja Foodi Air Fryer; however, you can check out a variety of different air fryers in my post on, How to Choose the Right Air Fryer.
That’s right, you don’t need any oil either!
What do you need for Air Fryer Sausage Breakfast Casserole?
- Air Fryer
- Hash Browns
- Ground Breakfast Sausage
That’s all you need for this Air Fryer Sausage Breakfast Casserole. In mere minutes, you will have a delicious dinner or breakfast waiting for you. I guess I should say, brinner?
Are you ready to eat? Enjoy this Air Fryer Breakfast Casserole!
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Air Fryer Sausage Breakfast Casserole
- 1 Lb Hash Browns
- 1 Lb Ground Breakfast Sausage
- 1 Green Bell Pepper Diced
- 1 Red Bell Pepper Diced
- 1 Yellow Bell Pepper Diced
- 1/4 Cup Sweet Onion Diced
- 4 Eggs
- Foil line the basket of your air fryer.
- Place the hash browns on the bottom.
- Top it with the uncooked sausage.
- Evenly place the peppers and onions on top.
- Cook on 355* for 10 minutes.
- Open the air fryer and mix up the casserole a bit if needed.
- Crack each egg in a bowl, then pour right on top of the casserole.
- Cook on 355* for another 10 minutes.
- Serve with salt and pepper to taste.
Ginna Curry says
Can you substitute the hash browns for cauliflower rice?
I haven’t tried that before, so I’m not sure how it would work out.
Jocelyn Foley says
I cut in half! Delicious!!
Hello! I have the ninja foodi – 9 in 1. Are these instructions for the air crisp function?
Yes this will work in the air crisp of the Ninja Foodi.
I don’t have a basket type air fryer, I have a toaster oven air fryer. Would you suggest using some type of casserole dish to make this recipe?
Thank you in advance for your help.
I would do the same method but use an air fryer safe pan or casserole dish for it.
What is the wattage of your air fryer? I just made the recipe and, unfortunately, it turned out a total disaster! It smelled delicious but could not be salvaged.
The one I use is about 1550 watts.
MaryBeth Raines says
This was excellent! I used uncooked sausage links cut in half. Loved wrapping my basket plat with foil, made for a very easy clean up.
Made in my Ninja Foodi XL Pro on a sheet pan with about 1 inch deep sides. Next time we will season the hash browns with a little salt and pepper then precook for a couple minutes before assembling the layers. We used what we had on hand for toppings – cheese, sausage and eggs. We will definitely make this again.
Jim McCubbin says
Mine didn’t turn out so well. I’m assuming you’re using frozen hash Browns. I’m assuming you’re using frozen hash Browns. I used fresh. I used fresh. The hash Browns never got done. The egg was overdone to my liking. I’m thinking cooking the hash Browns by themselves for 5 minutes. Then adding the sausage and peppers an onion. Cook for 15 minutes. Cook for 15 minutes. Add the egg and cook for another 5. Add the egg and cook for another 5. Any suggestions?
John Domalewski says
Any suggestions on adjusting times for individual bites? Planning on trying with mini cast iron pans.