This Breakfast Mac and Cheese Recipe is made in ONE pot and is loaded with THREE kinds of cheese, spicy breakfast sausage, and potatoes, and topped with a runny egg!
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Breakfast Mac and Cheese in the hoooooooouse.
Breakfast. Mac. And. Cheese. is a thing.
A very very very delicious thing and making all my dreams come true, because I’ve made it socially acceptable to eat mac and cheese for breakfast/brunch.
Mac and cheese lovers, rejoice!
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As with most of my mac and cheese recipes, this one is based off my One Pot Mac and Cheese…If it ain’t broke, amiright?!
But, today, I wanted to do a little breakfast twist, so I added in spicy breakfast sausage and potatoes o’brien (frozen potatoes with bell peppers and onions), and topped the whole thing with a runny fried egg.
Please tell me I’m not the only one completely drooling right now.
As decadent as this Breakfast Mac and Cheese is, it’s actually super easy to make, making this recipe PERFECT for brunch for a crowd.
You’re going to start by cooking some spicy breakfast sausage in a large stockpot over medium/medium-high heat.
Once that’s nicely browned, you’ll stir in pasta shells, veggie broth, and skim milk.
Bring this mixture to a simmer and simmer for about 7-10 minutes, or until the pasta is perfectly al dente.
Then, you’ll stir in THREE cheeses:
- Crystal Farms Finely Shredded Asiago & Parmesan Cheese
- Crystal Farms Monterey Jack Cheese
- Crystal Farms Wisconsin Sharp Cheddar Cheese
I LOVE using Crystal Farms Cheese in this Breakfast Mac and Cheese. Not only does all of their cheese TASTE super delicious, they’re all all natural with few preservatives, tons of calcium, and they’re gluten free. Plus, I ♡ local brands and Crystal Farms is located just 30 minutes away in Lake Mills, Wisconsin, which I think is really cool.
Lastly, you’ll stir in one bag of frozen potatoes o’brien that you’ll have already roasted in the oven for about 10 minutes.
Pasta, cheese, spicy sausage, potatoes?!
Does it GET any better than this?
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