This Hawaiian Eggs Benedict Casserole is easy, indulgent, and perfect for Spring brunches! Sweet rolls + Canadian bacon + pineapple and loads of cheese, YUM!
Thanks to our friends at Jones Dairy Farm for sponsoring today’s post!
Hawaiian Eggs Benedict Casserole.
Yep. You read that right.
Think eggs benedict meets breakfast casserole meets sweet Hawaiian flavors.
This makes me so happy.
It’s really quick and easy to put together, it makes a ton, and it’s super delicious.
You know what that means?
It’s time for some brunchin’.
Now. I LOVE brunch. I LOVE eggs benedict. I LOVE entertaining.
But, those three things don’t necessary go hand in hand.
I want to enjoy my brunch and company without having to slave over the stove to prepare all my favorite brunch recipes.
Who’s with me?
That’s why I came up with today’s recipe: Hawaiian Eggs Benedict Casserole.
All the things you love about eggs benedict, made easy, because you’re literally just throwing things into a casserole dish and baking it. 🙂
Easy brunchin’ for.the.win.
It starts with just a teeny touch of prep work: slice some green onions, shred some cheese, cube some sweet rolls, and dice some Jones Dairy Farm Canadian Bacon and pineapple.
That’s it for prep!
Now, in a VERY large bowl, whisk together some eggs, milk, salt, pepper, the sliced green onions, and shredded cheese until well combined.
Then you’re going to stir in the Canadian bacon and pineapple.
Lastly, you’ll gently fold in the cubed sweet rolls.
Pour this mixture into a greased 10.25″ cast iron skillet (or 9×13 in baking dish) and bake until it’s golden, bubbly, and delicious.
I mean, can we just talk about how EASY that was?!
The result is a slightly sweet casserole which pairs beautifully with the salty Jones Dairy Farm Canadian Bacon. I LOVE using their Canadian Bacon in this recipe, because it’s certified gluten free with no preservatives or MSG!
This Hawaiian Eggs Benedict Casserole is creamy, ultra cheesy, sweet, salty, and SO quick and easy to make.
You ready to get your brunch on?!
Thanks again to Jones Dairy Farm for sponsoring today’s post!