Knowing what to serve with a breakfast casserole can make all the difference between a plain brunch and an extraordinary spread.
I believe that truly great breakfasts should be accompanied by at least one tasty side dish, so I’ve put together this list of 15 delicious dishes ranging from sweet pancakes and cinnamon rolls to savory hash browns and roasted veggies.
No matter what type of breakfast casserole you’re serving up, there is sure to be something on this list for everyone.
Enjoy your experience in the kitchen creating nutritious and appetizing side dishes that your friends and family will love!
What to Serve with Breakfast Casserole – 15 Best Sides
Breakfast casserole is a delicious and filling way to start your day.
But what should you serve alongside it?
Here are fifteen sides that will perfectly complement your breakfast casserole:
1. Crispy Bacon
Crispy Bacon, the crowning jewel of breakfast casseroles.
I mean, everything is better with bacon, right?
This smoky and salty side not only adds fantastic flavor to your dish, but it also gives it a nice crunchy texture that’s oh-so satisfying.
Plus, any meal with Crispy Bacon will make all your friends drool with envy.
It’ll take breakfast casserole from ‘just ok’ to over-the-top amazing!
Biscuits – the perfect accompaniment to any hearty breakfast casserole.
Buttery, flaky, and flavorful with a warm, comforting aroma that fills the kitchen.
Bite into one of these gems and you’ll get just the right amount of crunchy crust and pillowy softness inside.
No wonder it’s been our go-to side for Sunday brunch since forever!
And let’s not forget those delightful crumbs that stay behind when you take your last bite.
What can I say?
Biscuits make me weak in the knees (or should I say flour?) every time!
With their moist and fluffy centers, perfectly golden-brown tops, and sweet banana flavor there’s nothing quite like them.
Plus, they’re easy to make in a pinch which makes them all the more irresistible.
Whether you go with a streusel topping or chocolate chips or walnuts inside, these muffins are guaranteed to be gone in no time!
Ah, Bagels. The brunch essential that can make even the most boring breakfast casserole shine like a gourmet dish.
Whether served with cream cheese and smoked salmon, slathered in butter and jam, or gooey cheesy perfection when paired with eggs, bagels are truly a brunch staple.
Plus they look great on the table and guests love picking their favorite combinations – it’s much more fun than your typical toast!
So next time you’re planning a weekend feast, consider getting in bulk because everybody loves these warm treats for breakfast.
5. Fruit Salad
Fruit salad is one of those dishes that can be both simple and sophisticated at the same time.
It’s a great way to introduce a burst of freshness and sweetness to any breakfast casserole.
Plus, it’s surprisingly easy to prepare — all you need is some fresh fruit, a bit of sugar (or honey!), and maybe some yogurt or lemon juice for creaminess.
Whether you’re looking for something light but satisfying or an eye-catching centerpiece, this is the perfect dish.
6. Monkey Bread
Monkey bread, you’ve gotta love it! Sure, you can enjoy it for breakfast, as a snack or even for dessert.
But what’s really captivating about Monkey Bread isn’t just its deliciousness; it’s the tactile pleasure of pulling apart sweet and sticky pieces from an indulgent puffy loaf.
Seriously, there is something truly special about the comforting smell of baking bread laced with cinnamon, sugar and butter that makes this treat impossible to resist.
With one bite you’ll feel like a kid in a candy store again!
Kale Breakfast Salad, the ultimate wake-up call.
I mean, let’s be honest: what other salad is gonna keep your engine running into lunchtime?
This little pick-me-up combines all kinds of nutritious goodness to give you that extra oomph throughout the day.
Power greens like kale and spinach team up with crunchy nuts, sweet fruits, and a delicious dressing for the perfect way to start (or end) your breakfast casserole.
Who says salads aren’t for breakfast?
Breakfast Bowls with Toppings – now that’s a meal you won’t find in any cookbook.
Healthier than yogurt parfait, but just as satisfying. With its crunchy cereal, creamy yogurt and assorted fruits and nuts, this easy-to-make meal is ideal for busy mornings or late night snacks.
A perfect balance of taste and texture, it will make your breakfast casserole even better – so go ahead and mix things up!
9. Apple Pie
Ah, Apple Pie. A classic American comfort food that’s been around since colonial times.
It’s the kind of dish we all remember from our childhoods and a staple of holiday tables everywhere.
Even better when paired with a steaming hot breakfast casserole.
Talk about deliciousness – sweet, juicy apples spiced just right and encased in flaky layers of buttery pie crust go perfectly with savory eggs and cheese for a one-dish meal to please everyone at your table!
10. Berry Cobbler
Berry Cobbler – the perfect indulgence for when you want a little something sweet in the morning (or late at night).
This warm and cozy dessert is like taking a bite of summer’s harvest with its tart berries and crisp crumbly topping.
It may not be the healthiest breakfast option but, hey, sometimes you just need that extra sugar fix to get through the day.
Plus, casseroles are always even more delicious when they’re served with a scoop or two of berry cobbler on the side.
11. Cinnamon Rolls
Cinnamon Rolls, the secret weapon of brunch.
I mean, is there anything better than biting into a warm, tender roll filled with buttery cinnamon and sugar?
It’s like taking a bite of sweet, sticky heaven in every mouthful.
Breakfast casseroles are classically delicious, but add some Cinnamon Rolls to the mix and you’ve got yourself an unbeatable combo.
So go ahead and indulge your inner foodie- no one has to know it only took three ingredients!
Ah, that classic combination of creamy casseroles and fluffy baked oatmeal – sure to make any morning just a bit brighter.
Blueberry Baked Oatmeal is the jammy twist on the perennial favorite, featuring sweet and tart berries nestled in all those comforting grains.
This dish is not only essential for balancing out savory breakfasts, but it adds a boost of nutrition too.
Plus, who doesn’t love the smell of freshly-baked blueberries?
13. Banana Bread
Banana Bread, the quintessential comfort food.
Whether you’re baking a loaf to enjoy with your morning cup of coffee or serving it up as dessert at your next backyard BBQ, there’s something undeniably cozy and inviting about this old-fashioned staple.
Making a good loaf is truly an art form — too much banana and it’ll be dense and heavy but not sweet enough, no one will to eat it.
Can you say overripe bananas?
Let’s just stick with making sure we have the perfect ratio of buttery goodness for balanced sweetness (but not too sweet).
After all, that’s what makes Banana Bread so beloved.
14. Zucchini Bread
Zucchini bread for breakfast?
That’s a bold move.
I mean, there’s no denying that it tastes delicious and satisfies the sweet tooth, but you may have to brace yourself for some shocked looks around the table.
But hey, who knows – maybe your gamble will pay off!
After all, what could be better than sneaking in a few vegetables while still indulging in something sweet and comforting?
Breakfast just got a whole lot more interesting.
Forget cereal and oatmeal, the only way to do breakfast right is with blueberry muffins.
These soft and fluffy treats are like little clouds of heaven… loaded up with juicy berries, baked to perfection, and lightly scented with sweet cinnamon.
And let’s be honest – nothing says ‘I love you’ better than homemade muffins in the morning.
What to Serve with Breakfast Casserole
- Crispy Bacon
- Banana Muffins
- Fruit Salad
- Monkey Bread
- Kale Breakfast Salad
- Greek Yogurt Breakfast Bowls with Toppings
- Apple Pie
- Berry Cobbler
- Cinnamon Rolls
- Blueberry Baked Oatmeal
- Banana Bread
- Zucchini Bread
- Blueberry Muffins
- Select your favorite recipe.
- Organize all of the required ingredients.
- Prep a side dish in 25 minutes or less.
Jenny has always been passionate about cooking, and she uses her platform to share her joy of food with others. Her recipes are easy to follow, and she loves giving tips and tricks to help others create their own unique culinary creations.