Paleo Egg Casserole Recipe That You’ll Absolutely LOVE

Paleo Egg Casserole Recipe

This past Sunday, we had “home church”! Basically, our church building was not available, so several houses hosted “Church”. After all, it’s not the building…it’s the people. My contribution was a Paleo Egg Casserole.

Paleo Egg Casserole

This was my first experience making an egg casserole. Since my Prediabetic diagnosis, I have been really watching my sugar and carb intake. Although, I have to admit, Halloween and Thanksgiving has proven very difficult.

Assuming there would be quite a few dishes that would not be paleo friendly at the home we were attending for church, I wanted to create a dish I new for certain would be okay for me! I did all of my shopping at Aldi for this recipe, so some of the items can be bought in different packaging than what I used.

Paleo egg casserole recipe

My goal for the casserole was to for it to be flavorful, which I am happy to report was a success. It’s always a little daunting bringing a dish to an event when you have never even sampled it. I was so relieved that it actually turned out really good. 😋

Paleo Egg Casserole Recipe

Prep Time: 1 hour

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour, 26 minutes

Yield: 6 - 7 Servings

Paleo Egg Casserole Recipe

Ingredients

  • Breakfast Sausage
  • 1/2 Purple Onion - chopped
  • 9 Mini Red, Yellow, and Orange Peppers - chopped
  • 2 1/2 ou. Fresh Baby Spinach - chopped
  • 12 Eggs - scrambled
  • 1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • Ghee

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 400º. Grease a 9 1/2 x 11 baking dish with Ghee.
  2. Remove casings from breakfast sausage, cook the breakfast sausage with the onions until there is no more pink in the sausage.
  3. In a separate pan sauté the peppers until soft, and then add chopped baby spinach until wilted.
  4. In a bowl, whisk the eggs with the garlic powder and salt.
  5. Finally, in greased backing dish put down the meat layer, then the layer of peppers and spinach, ending with the scrambled egg mixture.
  6. Bake for 30 minutes, or until toothpick can come out clean when inserted in the middle.
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Change is Good

As you all may, or may not, know this has been a huge year of change – including the closing of our church. Dealing with this closing has been way more difficult for us, as well as the kids, than we ever expected. However, we have finally found our new church home. Several families have moved over to this other church, and although it will never be the same as our previous church, it is a good fit for all of us.

Our new church, is actually a newer planted church – only 6 years old. For our children, the youth ministry is very different from what they are used. However, with so many of us transitioning over there, they are looking forward to us helping them grow and develop their ministry. It’s important for the kids to know that change is good, and can be a very good opportunity.
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The Egg Casserole that I brought was a huge hit with the guests at home we visited. It was even a hit with my kids, who initially were not thrilled about the spinach!

What are some big changes in your life you’ve dealt with this year?

 


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Comments

  1. Desiree Lopez says:

    I am always looking for a great Paleo recipe because my diet is Atkins and I eat very few carbs. I love adding spinach to egg recipes.

  2. Breakfast is a big deal around here. It’s one of the few times we can all get together and start our day. Your casserole sounds like a scrumptious way to welcome the day.

  3. YUM. I like all of the veggies you snuck into this casserole. Looks like a great recipe for weekend mornings.

  4. I have been thinking of going on the Paleo diet for a while now… With meals like this I really think I could do it, this looks delicious!

  5. WE make breakfast casseroles all the time when we enterain at breakfast. SUch an easy adaptation to make it paleo.

  6. Wow, I have never tried anything like this – I’m sure it must taste extremely delicious <3 Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe with us – I will make sure to prepare it this weekend and share it with my friends as well.

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