Turkey, Hash Browns & Mixed Greens Air Fried Casserole

Cooking instruments: the air fryer, a large skillet, a mixing bowl, and a whisk

Tip: Cooking breakfast casseroles is supposed to be fun and pack up with proteins and nutrients your entire family. The bigger the air fryer, the better, which is why you’d like to try out a model with a larger cooking capacity, like this 3.7-quart Avalon Bay Air Fryer 100B!

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A generous breakfast casserole that contains both sausage and cheese and it’s still a good choice for the weight watchers? Sure thing, with this light and easy breakfast casserole recipe, you get to keep the sausage – turkey sausages – and the flavored Cheddar. For feeling fuller longer (and less guilty), throw in the hash browns and a bunch of mixed greens. All bases are covered first thing in the morning!
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
  1. Start heating up the skillet on the stovetop;
  2. Use the bowl to whisk the eggs;
  3. Add the spices and the skimmed milk over the whisked eggs;
  4. When all the wet ingredients are prepared, set aside and move on to the actual cooking.
  1. Precook the breakfast turkey sausage over medium-high heat in the skillet;
  2. Set the meat aside as soon as it loses its pink shade;
  3. Toss into the pan the shredded hash browns and the pre-cut veggies;
  4. Keep stirring for about 3 minutes, looking for the hash browns to turn lightly brown and the greens to wilt down a little bit;
  5. Pour the wet mixture over the veggies and hash browns;
  6. Next, combine with the precooked sausage and the shredded Cheddar cheese;
  7. Bring the air fryer to a 350-370 degrees Fahrenheit;
  8. Transfer the mixture into the hot air fryer pan and cook it for approximately 30 minutes;
  9. Serve with a sprinkle of freshly chopped green onions.

Try it with a twist:
To make it even healthier and with fewer calories, you can ditch the hash browns completely and throw in extra veggies. Also, you could add just one egg and make up for the rest with an egg substitute, based on egg whites, which will make your casserole even fluffier!

Original recipe by Tony Cook
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1 Comment
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    Tandy | Lavender and Lime February 14, 2018 at 1:50 am

    certainly sounds like a great breakfast

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