Whether you need a breakfast casserole or a way to use leftover Christmas ham, this Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole is the perfect solution!  The combination of refrigerated crescent rolls, shredded cheese and ham bakes up nicely when covered with a delicious egg mixture.  Christmas leftovers never tasted so good.  Keep scrolling to see how easy it is to make!

Christmas Leftovers: Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

One of my favorite things about the holidays is all of the leftovers.  Turkey at Thanksgiving and ham at Christmas make for some great after holiday meals.

The question always is…what to do with it all?  You can always freeze some of it for later and this dip is really delicious but making an Easy Breakfast Casserole is also a great solution.

We always think about dinner but what about breakfast?  Imagine just how wonderful this would be on New Year’s morning!  A great start to the New year that is for certain.

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Christmas Leftovers: Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

How to assemble your Ham Breakfast Casserole using Refrigerated Crescent Rolls

Begin by taking 2 tubes of refrigerated crescent rolls and separating them into triangles.   

Take the leftover ham {that you have cut into manageable slices} and place onto the wide side of each triangle.

Christmas Leftovers: Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

Roll each triangle up and place them into a 9×13 pan that has been sprayed with non-stick spray.

Christmas Leftovers: Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

Cover the rolls with shredded cheese.

Christmas Leftovers: Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

Finally, whisk together the eggs, milk, seasoning salt and black pepper in a bowl.   Pour over the rolls and cheese in an even layer.

Christmas Leftovers: Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

Bake at 375 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until the egg mixture is completely set and the top is golden brown.

Christmas Leftovers: Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

Remove pan from the oven and serve warm.

Christmas Leftovers: Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

The end result is a super delicious and super flavorful ham breakfast casserole that the entire family will go crazy for.  The added bonus is that you are using up those leftovers. 

Although I totally suggest that you can make this casserole all year long.  Happy Holidays!

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Easy Ham Breakfast Casserole

Leftover ham and refrigerated crescent rolls are covered in shredded cheese and an egg mixture then baked to perfection for the ultimate breakfast casserole.

Course Breakfast
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 tubes refrigerated crescent rolls
  • 16 long slices of ham {leftover works great}
  • 2 cups shredded cheese
  • 5 eggs
  • 1 1/2 cups milk
  • 1/2 tsp seasoning salt
  • 1/4 tsp black pepper

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375° and spray a 9x13 pan with non-stick cooking spray.

  2. Unroll both cans of refrigerated crescent rolls and separate into triangles. Place a slice of ham on the wide side of each triangle and roll up. Place into prepared pan {2 rows of 8 screscents}. Top crescents with shredded cheese.

  3. In a bowl combine eggs, milk, seasoning salt and black pepper. Whisk to combine and pour over the crescent and cheese mixture in an even layer.

  4. Bake for 30-40 minutes or until the egg mixture is completely set and the top is golden brown. Serve warm.