This recipe is a winner for a brunch or holiday breakfast. The croissants added a richness to the casserole. I made this for a small family gathering. Everyone raved about it and asked for the recipe. Made the casserole exactly as written. We will definitely be having this wonderful dish again!
This recipe was so easy and our family loved it! I used regular Jimmy Dean instead of hot and it still tasted amazing!
Super creamy. Had to stop baking due to browning of the gruyere cheese, it was crispy like and on the verge of burning. May work better to use a creamer, melting cheese rather than gruyere or if using gruyere, to place on 1/2 way through baking. I split the recipe into two pans and was hoping to freeze one (I don't believe it will freeze so will bake and give to a neighbor). This is not on my list to bake again. Some may love it, it's just not for me.
This was yummy. Instead of green onions, I sautéed half of a yellow onion with diced peppers (one red, one orange, and one yellow pepper) and then added the sausage and cooked that with the onions and peppers. I used seven regular sized croissants instead of the mini croissants. Great holiday brunch. I served it with marinated cucumbers with red onions.
This was a delicious recipe and easy to make. Company really enjoyed eating it for breakfast. I would make this again!