Breakfast Ideas for Toddlers – Healthy Casserole

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My toddler is starting to eat what we eat at every meal so I’ve been on a serious casserole kick lately. Casseroles are so easy to make for family meals, are great for leftovers, and, if done right, can also be very healthy. That’s why I was excited to try out this Healthy Breakfast Toddler Casserole dish – perfect for the whole family and packed with hidden veggies!

I actually made this dish for dinner because sometimes we like to mix it up and eat breakfast for dinner (we be cray!) And there were leftovers so we actually had it for breakfast the next morning. The less cooking I have to do for every meal – the better!

I’m a sucker for crescent rolls, so this was a must as the base of the casserole.

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Healthy Breakfast Toddler Casserole

Course Breakfast, Main Course
Keyword breakfast casserole, casserole, easy casserole, eggs and turkey casserole
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes


  • 12 Organic Eggs
  • 6-8 Pieces Turkey Bacon (or Sausage) – without nitrates
  • 1 Bag Frozen Shredded Organic Hashbrowns
  • 1 Can Crescent Roll Dough
  • Shredded Cheddar Cheese
  • Veggies of your choosing (spinach, mushrooms, zucchini, broccoli, etc.)
  • Salt and Pepper to taste


  • Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
  • Bake or Fry Bacon (or sausage) until done and set aside to cool
  • Spray baking dish with non-stick olive oil spray
  • Place all Crescent Roll Dough on bottom of baking dish
    healthy breakfast casserole
  • Evenly place the frozen shredded hash browns on top of the crescent roll dough
  • Beat 12 eggs together then add your veggies and salt/pepper to egg mixture
  • Pour egg mixture evenly on top of shredded hash browns
    healthy breakfast casserole
  • Place in oven and cook for 45 minutes (or until egg is cooked through)
  • Take out of oven, add shredded cheese evenly across the top
  • Place back in oven until cheese has melted and casserole is bubbly
  • Enjoy with freshly diced avocados on top and/or salsa!

I bought all of my ingredients at Whole Foods Market and opted for organic options to make this breakfast casserole as healthy as possible for my family. Hope you enjoy!

Enjoy Breakfast with your Toddler!


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2 thoughts on “Breakfast Ideas for Toddlers – Healthy Casserole”

  1. This looks delicious, but I don’t know how each serving has only 1 carb. The crescent roles and hashbrowns by themselves contain at least 11 carbs per roll and the hashbrowns come in at 19 net carbs per serving. And 50 calories per serving? How can that be when one large egg has 70 calories? If this serves 6 people, then each serving has at least 140 calories in eggs.
    And zero fat??? No way! I stopped counting at 20 grams of fat PER SERVING. I’m not trying to be a party pooper here, but to promote this recipe as toddler friendly is simply irresponsible. I would however, be inclined to make this for adult company on a special weekend breakfast. Or this could be an amazing Keto recipe with a few tweaks. Please do the responsible thing and update your nutrition info. I mean, this recipe is supposed to be for toddlers for goodness sake!

  2. I love the idea of this but I’d probably try cooking the hasbrowns or thawing them first. Mine is too watery. I’ve put it on for an extra 30 minutes and still watery.


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