Made for a crowd, serve this Sausage Biscuit and Gravy Casserole your next holiday morning. Goes great with some fried or scrambled eggs.
How do you eat biscuits and gravy?
You could eat them like this, as a casserole. Or, you could serve them with fried or scrambled eggs. Make yourself a “breakfast bowl” and mix it all together.
Is biscuits and gravy a southern thing?
It’s origin does lie in the south, but has evolved in America and beyond. Many countries have their version of biscuits and gravy. Such a yummy dish.
How do you make Sausage Biscuits and Gravy Casserole?
Check out the recipe below. But, before you go…here me out. Depending on you on how easy this is. I made homemade gravy, but you don’t have to. You could use every ingredient pre-made, or you could make every ingredient homemade. Totally your call.
More breakfast ideas for you to try…
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Sausage Biscuits and Gravy Casserole
- Frying Pan
- 9×13 Baking dish
- 32.6 Oz Grands Biscuits 2 Cans
- 8 Turkey Sausage, Frozen
- 1/2 Cup Oil
- 3/4 Cup Flour, All Purpose
- 4-5 Cups Milk
- 1 Tsp Salt Increase, if desired
- 1 Tsp Onion Powder Sub for garlic powder
- 2 Tsp Pepper
- For the gravy: Heat the oil in a large skillet to medium high heat. Once heated, add the flour, slowly, while continuously whisking. Continue to whisk until completely blended. No lumps.
- Slowly add 2 cups of the milk to the base (oil and flour). Whisk until well blended. **I took a picture of it at it’s thickest so you could see how thick it will be at this point.
- Add the remaining 2-3 cups of milk, salt, onion powder and pepper. Stir well, no lumps. You will want a smooth consistency. Bring to a slight boil and then turn your heat down to low or simmer. **You can add more milk if it's not your desired thin/thickness.
- Preheat oven to 350°.
- With one can only, cut each biscuit into 4 quarters. Place in the bottom of a sprayed 3 quart casserole dish.
- Heat up your sausage in the microwave for about 2-3 minutes, turning in between. Cut into small bite size pieces. Place half of these on top of the biscuits in the casserole dish.
- Turn the gravy off and pour all of the gravy on top of the sausage.
- Add the other half of the sausage on top of the gravy.
- Cut the other can of biscuits into quarters like the first one. Layer them on top of everything.
- Place casserole dish on a baking sheet and place in your preheated oven for 40 minutes. **The baking sheet keeps the bottom layer of biscuits from burning or becoming too done. Let cool about 15-20 minutes before serving.