We’re all probably familiar with those overnight breakfast casseroles that start with a layer of bread on the bottom soaked in egg, then layered with sausage and cheese. While these types of casseroles can be a convenient answer to feeding a crowd, this sweet potato casserole provides a much healthier solution that is still really convenient due to the amount of pre-preparation that can be done.
To pre-prep this, I brown the lean ground turkey sausage, dice up and roast the sweet potatoes and onions, then store them all together in a sealed container until I’m ready to assemble them the morning I want to serve the casserole. Additionally, I (rough) chop the spinach and place in a container in the fridge until needed. I have even cracked all the eggs, mixed in the spices and stored (covered) in the fridge overnight. In the morning, simply layer everything in the baking dish while the oven is preheating and you’ll be ready to entertain your guests in no time!
Need quick weekday breakfasts packed with nutrition? Make one of these casseroles on the weekend and enjoy, then cut the remaining casserole into single servings. Either cover and freeze or place individual servings in storage containers. Simply pull out of the freezer, warm individual servings in the microwave, add a few berries and you have a quick, healthy breakfast!