Grandma's Biscuits and Gravy Casserole
Make biscuits and gravy in minutes with this simple and tasty breakfast casserole.
Take traditional breakfast recipes to a whole new level of easy with this simple breakfast casserole recipe. The quick and easy biscuits and gravy casserole recipe below doesn't take much work and uses pre-made biscuits (like Pillsbury!), shortening your prep time down to mere minutes.
From the Chef: "My grandmother raised four children on a farm in the middle of nowhere (sorry, Grandma, but it's true), Minnesota. If anyone were to make biscuits and gravy on a regular basis, you better believe it was Leatrice! I can't count how many times I helped out in that tiny kitchen, but the smell is something I certainly remember. You too may have a memory that includes biscuits and gravy. It may not be from a cliché farmhouse with a tractor in the background, but whether from a drive-through, that time you went to Texas, or a weekend camping, I would bet the dish was comforting. Flaky, buttery biscuits drenched in creamy sauce and served with sausage, this recipe nourishes your belly and soul."
- Addie Gundry
This recipe is from RecipeLion's 103 Cookbook series, Family Favorite Casserole Recipes: 103 Comforting Breakfast Casseroles, Dinner Ideas, and Desserts Everyone Will Love.
Preparation Time20 min
Cooking Time45 min
- 1 (16.3-ounce) can flaky biscuits
- 8 ounces turkey breakfast sausage
- 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 3 cups whole milk
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
- 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
Preheat the oven to 400°F and lightly coat a 7 x 11-inch baking dish with cooking spray.
Cut the biscuits into quarters and place half of the biscuits in the baking dish. Bake for 10 minutes.
While the biscuits are baking, brown the sausage in a skillet over medium heat until fully cooked. Remove and drain. Add the butter to the empty skillet and melt over low heat. Then whisk in the flour and cook for 2 minutes. Add the milk, salt, pepper, and cayenne, bring to a low boil, and cook until thick. Return the sausage to the skillet with the gravy and stir to combine.
Pour the mixture over the biscuits and layer the remaining biscuits on top. Bake for 30 minutes, until the top of the casserole is golden brown. Serve.
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Jun 06, 2018
There's something about the aroma of sausage and fresh biscuits baking to start off any day right, and regardless of how it's prepared, whether you use links, crumbles, traditional or turkey sausage hot or mild...just about everyone loves biscuits and gravy. For me the more pepper the better! This casserole dish is such a great idea and definitely less of a mess than the traditional way of eating it. I can't wait to try it, but think I'll do homemade biscuits instead of canned...either way, it's gotta be good!
May 28, 2018
I will never forget the first time I tasted Biscuits and Gravy. Being born and raised in New York I had never heard of such a thing so that first taste during a trip too the south was memorable. I am so thankful for this easy Grandma's Biscuits and Gravy Casserole recipe so I can re-create that wonderful meal in the comfort of my New York home. The only change I made to the recipe is that I use ground breakfast sausage, the picture looks like the sausage is in cut up links.
May 26, 2018
Then why would you even post?
Dec 28, 2017
Biscuits and gravy seem to be a regional dish. I know when my kids come back for a visit from out West where they live, they'll make a beeline for the local Hardee's to get some biscuits and gravy. The Libby's canned sausage gravy is really close to the taste of the Hardee's version, but this homemade version is one I definitely want to try. The spice mixture looks about right since my family likes the sausage gravy on the peppery side. I'd probably substitute regular sausage for the turkey version since that's what everyone is used to.
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