You are about to be pleasantly surprised because we’ve found some healthy breakfast casseroles that are perfect for autumn. Not only that, but they are Weight Watchers-friendly, so you don’t need to worry about whether they’re healthy. This list has a nice blend of both sweet and savory morning casseroles. On the sweet side, you can indulge in comforting fall-inspired flavors such as pumpkin, cinnamon, maple, and sweet apples. On the other hand, the savory breakfasts are just as perfect with seasonal ingredients like sweet potatoes and butternut squash, plus sausage that has comforting herbs.

With these options, your morning will undoubtedly start on a good note! If you don’t have time to whip up a whole casserole in the morning, that’s understandable. Many of these recipes you can make the day beforehand so that all you need to do is heat them up before you are out the door. Although this is a fantastic list, and it’s hard to choose, our favorites are the Sausage and Bacon Maple Biscuit Breakfast Bake and the Spiced Apple Breakfast Casserole because they are so comforting and suitable for chilly autumn days. You’ll have to check out these recipes and decide which one catches your eye!

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1. Cinnamon French Toast Bubble Up

Flavors of cinnamon and vanilla are always comforting in fall time! Our Cinnamon French Toast Bubble-Up recipe is Weight Watchers-friendly and the perfect morning treat. Don’t get it twisted. Although it tastes divine, it is still healthy! This recipe uses buttermilk biscuits, sugar, cinnamon, eggs, milk, vanilla, and cinnamon. Then, you top it with a velvety vanilla icing, which gives it a gorgeous presentation and the perfect amount of glaze for the baked cinnamon biscuits.

2. Farmer’s Casserole

This morning dish is nutritious since it’s packed with ingredients like eggs, ham, green onions, and hash brown potatoes. It also has some shredded cheese! The recipe suggests you use jalapeno-flavored Monterey Jack cheese. If you can’t find that, you can use another type. You can make this casserole beforehand, allowing it to rest overnight before baking it. This is beneficial for busy folks.

3. Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal – Weight Watchers

This fall-inspired baked oatmeal recipe brings nostalgic pumpkin pie spice, pumpkin, and maple flavors. It also has old-fashioned oats, which are great for you! Your taste buds will become satisfied with just a touch of vanilla extract and pecan halves. The recipe is by Pointed Kitchen, so it’s easy to calculate the WW points for this dish, making it even more advantageous!

4. Overnight Breakfast Casserole With Bacon and Sweet Potato

Here’s a recipe for everyone who prefers a savory breakfast. It has bacon, jalapenos, bell peppers, eggs, and cheese. The best part is the sweet potatoes, which are suitable for autumn and make the dish more satisfying! Flavor this dish with a touch of salt, chili powder, and ground cumin to upgrade its quality. Per serving, this breakfast is only 348 calories, which is nice!

5. Butternut Squash and Spinach Breakfast Casserole

Looking for a way to use up your butternut squash? You don’t have to use it exclusively in dinner recipes! Try it out in this scrumptious breakfast casserole, which also has feta cheese. In terms of seasonings, all you need is a bit of salt, garlic powder, oregano, and pepper. To keep it healthy, use reduced-fat feta cheese instead!

6. Sausage and Bacon Maple Biscuit Breakfast Bake

Maple is such a comforting ingredient to use around this time of year. It’s especially delicious when you pair it with a savory component such as breakfast sausage. This recipe uses canned biscuits as the base. For substance, you’ll find center-cut bacon, eggs, sausage, and a dash of milk. To keep the points low, use sugar-free maple syrup! That is a much better option than using sugar-packed artificially flavored syrup.

7. Butternut Spinach Egg Bake

One Balanced Life shared this incredible egg bake recipe that you need to try out. With earthy spinach, Italian breakfast sausage, creamy goat cheese, and butternut squash, this recipe is anything but boring. Of course, the eggs are the base, which provides your body with plenty of protein, helping you to have motivation and energy to tackle the day! We suggest garnishing this with fresh herbs such as parsley.

8. Savory Pumpkin Breakfast Casserole (One Pan!)

Use pumpkin in a savory way when you make this astounding casserole! The best part is that this is a one-pan meal, so what’s not to love? The components are unique, with a blend of radishes, onion, chicken-apple sausage, pumpkin, and spinach. The milk gives the eggs more creaminess! Once done, you can sprinkle on extra parmesan cheese for added flavor. The parmesan pairs quite well with the spinach and also the delicious sausage.

9. Baked Oatmeal Recipe

When eating this oatmeal bake, indulge in sweet and sour dried cranberries, chopped pecans, sweet maple, and tender Granny Smith apple pieces. Although this casserole is on the sweeter side, it is still healthy because it only requires a small amount of brown sugar. Most of the incredible flavor comes from the cinnamon, pure maple, and vanilla extract! The mix-ins provide it with crunchy and chewy textures to counterbalance the soft consistency of the oatmeal.

10. Cozy Autumn Breakfast Casserole

Gimme Some Oven shared the perfect recipe for fall! This healthy breakfast dish consists of bell peppers, onions, Italian sausage, garlic, and kale. However, it also has potatoes, mushrooms, eggs, and more. We love how there are so many components to it, and they all complement the fluffy, eggy foundation of the meal. This casserole yields 12 servings, so it’s beneficial for meal prep! You can always freeze some of it for later.

11. Spiced Apple Breakfast Casserole

The warm essence of spiced apples is always fitting for the latter part of the year. The casserole is made with whole wheat bread, Granny Smith apples, brown sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla. It also has hints of maple syrup and nutmeg, which complement the fruit. The only downside is that this takes an hour or two, requiring some planning ahead. On the plus side, Weight Watchers shared this recipe, making it easy to track your points.

12. Healthy Egg Casserole with Veggies and Sweet Potatoes

This breakfast bake is so colorful and appealing to the eye! When you make it, you can taste a little bit of everything, from earthy kale to tangy onion and tender sweet potatoes. The small amount of garlic, sea salt, and fresh thyme flavor the eggs and pairs with all of the veggies. We suggest serving this with some homemade salsa!

13. Broccoli Sausage Casserole

Although you can likely purchase broccoli at the store year-round, it grows very well in fall and pairs well with other seasonal veggies. This casserole has garlic, onion, eggs, broccoli, and sausage. It also helps keep you on track by suggesting you use low-fat chicken sausage, which reduces the calories in the recipe! Top the breakfast casserole with grated cheese just before baking, so it turns golden brown and has a deeper flavor.

14. Biscuits and Gravy Bake

Biscuits and gravy are enjoyable in fall when you crave something warm and hearty. This casserole uses reduced-fat cheddar cheese, buttermilk biscuits, egg whites, and country gravy. And you can also use lean turkey breakfast sausage! This recipe also provides Weight Watchers points amounts to make it easy on you. It is eight points if you slice the casserole into six servings.

15. Bacon Spinach Breakfast Casserole with Gruyere Cheese

We can’t get enough of this breakfast recipe since it has creamy gruyere cheese! It also has center-cut bacon, shallots, baby spinach, and eggs. Aside from that, all you need is milk, salt, and pepper. As you can see, it is super easy to throw together. The recipe says that it is 6 WW points! You can always slightly modify it to make it less points if you wish.

16. Pumpkin Spice French Toast Casserole – Weight Watchers

Enjoy the decadent flavors of fall without feeling guilty about points! This recipe lists the different point amounts depending on your plan. It ranges from 4 to 6 smart points per portion! This lovely casserole has pumpkin-y flavors, vanilla extract, creamy almond milk, and pumpkin pie spice. Soak the bread cubes with the eggy base and bake it until it’s nice and puffy. Then, decorate it with tasty glaze!

17. Hearty Breakfast Casserole – Weight Watchers

If you are on the blue or purple plan for Weight Watchers, you’ll be happy to know that this recipe is only 3 smart points. It has delicious components like cottage cheese, turkey bacon, red onions, eggs, and hash Browns. Don’t worry; it wouldn’t be complete without cheese, and luckily, you can use fat-free or reduced-fat shredded cheese to complete the dish. We suggest topping this casserole with some fresh chives!

18. Apple and Sausage Breakfast Casserole

Who knew a breakfast casserole could be so elegant-looking? Sugar Maple Farmhouse created this amazing casserole that will impress your family. It has hints of fresh thyme, rosemary, onions, and sage. Not to mention, it has silky gouda cheese, fluffy eggs, savory breakfast sausage, and fresh apple pieces. For best results, serve it warm, fresh out of the oven! Give it a nice appeal by topping it with a sprig of thyme or rosemary.

19. Flakey Layer Biscuit Breakfast Bake

When you can’t decide whether you want an egg-based casserole or a bread-based one, this recipe brings you the best of both worlds. The bottom portion has spinach, peppers, scallions, and eggs. Meanwhile, it’s topped with a flaky layer of biscuits to make it more filling! According to the recipe, this is 3 Weight Watchers points per serving. Can you believe it?

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20. Monte Cristo Casserole

We suggest you try our Monte Cristo Casserole because it works for breakfast and lunch! You are definitely missing out if you don’t eat this around the holidays. It’s super comforting since it has the classic flavors of ham and cheese with buttery Crescent rolls. We keep the points low using reduced-fat Crescent rolls, lean ham, and reduced-fat Swiss cheese. Not to mention, the eggs are zero points!

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