Thanksgiving morning is a busy time for most people as they prepare for the big feast to come later in the day. One of the last things anyone wants to worry about is what to make for breakfast. However, you can make an eggy, WW-friendly casserole to make it easier! By choosing a light and healthy casserole, you can start the day on a good note without feeling weighed down or sluggish. This will be a nice contrast to the heavy, filling meal you’ll enjoy later.

Luckily, many Weight Watchers casseroles are perfect for Thanksgiving. Some of these recipes even allow you to plan ahead and prep it the night before so you can pop it in the oven when you wake up. Or, you can quickly assemble it the morning of and have a delicious breakfast ready in no time. Either way, you can start your Thanksgiving off on the right foot. Take a look at these nutritious options and decide which is the most fitting for your family’s needs and preferences!

1. Spinach, Feta, and Tomato Breakfast Casserole

This Greek-inspired casserole will awaken your taste buds and prepare them for the wonderful Thanksgiving meal! It has ingredients such as oregano, spinach, feta, garlic powder, and grape tomatoes. The base of the casserole has eggs, and you can sprinkle crumbled feta cheese on top for added flavor and texture! This dish also has reduced-calorie oatmeal bread, which makes it reminiscent of strata.

2. Egg Casserole With Hash Browns and Pepper

This WW casserole provides you with delicious Italian ingredients. For example, it has mozzarella cheese, pecorino romano cheese, Italian frying peppers, and basil. It also has eggs, bell peppers, onions, hash browns, and milk. The recipe suggests serving it over a slice of toast! This is a slow cooker casserole, so it’s better for families who like to eat brunch on Thanksgiving rather than an early breakfast.

3. Mushroom and Swiss Potato Breakfast Casserole

Weight Watchers created this incredible recipe that is perfect for your Thanksgiving morning! The casserole’s base has milk, eggs, seasonings, and veggies (mushrooms and onions). It also has hash brown potatoes and low-fat Swiss cheese! This is a savory breakfast, and it tastes delicious with hints of Dijon mustard and fresh chives. Weight Watchers suggests serving this with mixed fresh fruit!

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4. Everything Bagel Cheesy Breakfast Bake

Our breakfast bake recipe is Weight Watchers friendly, ranging from five to seven points depending on your plan. This recipe has two ingredient bagels, Everything But The Bagel Seasoning, Laughing Cow herb garlic cheese, and bacon. Of course, one of the most important ingredients is the eggs, the reduced-fat shredded cheese, and the milk, which makes it creamy. If you can’t make the two-ingredient bagels in advance, you can use other types of bagels, but it will affect the points.

5. High Protein Sausage Egg Breakfast Bake

Looking for something that will hold you over until later on in the day? Enjoy this protein-rich WW casserole when you wake up on Thanksgiving morning. It has such a simple base that there’s no reason not to make it. You only need chicken sausage, peppers and onions, cherry tomatoes, and eggs. Aside from that, a dash of salt and pepper will do the other components justice. This recipe takes an hour from start to finish, making it easy to whip up.

6. Egg and Veggie Mini Casseroles

Here’s a fun recipe that the kiddos will love! This Weight Watchers recipe helps you to create mini casseroles that you can assemble in ramekins for individual portions. This will help you customize the egg casseroles so everyone can have whichever mix-ins they prefer. Nevertheless, the recipe suggests the use of eggs, egg whites, bell peppers, red onions, zucchini, and shredded cheese. Don’t be afraid to experiment and add other types of veggies!

7. Hash Brown, Egg, and Cheese Casserole

There’s nothing quite as classic as a casserole with hash browns and eggs. This recipe also has turkey bacon, scallions, cottage cheese, Mexican-style shredded cheese, parmesan cheese, flour, and baking powder. You will also need some seasonings to guarantee that there is flavor in every bite! This recipe bakes for 40 minutes; you can prep it the night before to make it even easier.

8. Potato Potato-Crusted Corn Casserole

Here is a unique casserole for you to try out! This will be the perfect start to your Thanksgiving since it has comforting ingredients. You’ll need some hash brown potatoes, reduced-fat cheddar cheese, eggs, and corn for this recipe. Just a tad of salt, pepper, and scallions will complement the taste of the eggs and other ingredients. Weight Watchers states that you must allow this casserole to sit for a few minutes before serving it!

9. Baked Eggs Italian-Style

If you’re someone who loves for their breakfast to be incredibly savory and rich, this is the recipe for you. This baked egg casserole has a unique composition but is so simple to make. It will satisfy your taste buds with ingredients such as eggs, parmesan cheese, red pepper flakes, and basil. It also has marinara sauce, and you can use the store-bought sauce, which makes it effortless!

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10. Pillsbury Breakfast Casserole

Our WW-friendly Pillsbury Breakfast Casserole has hints of diced onions, peppers, and ham. The base of the casserole is fluffy Pillsbury biscuits, eggs, and egg whites! We also include some milk, which makes it extra light and creamy. This recipe perfectly balances healthy, savory, and comforting flavors. The best part is that you can have it done within an hour!

11. Chorizo and Cheddar Tortilla Casserole

This Mexican-inspired eggy casserole can be cooked in your slow cooker overnight and will be ready for you on Thanksgiving morning! This recipe will definitely be a hit, even for picky eaters. Some of the components include eggs, poblanos, bell peppers, onion, garlic, and cheese. To make it more filling, you can add some chicken sausage! This recipe also has corn tortillas. It has a wide variety of flavors and textures!

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