Instant Pot Breakfast Casserole

Baked egg casserole filled with bacon and vegetables topped with chopped scallion and melted cheese

Breakfast casserole is the best thing you can make for...well the breakfast.

The breakfast casserole usually features eggs, bacon or sausage, and some kind of vegetables.

Baked egg casserole filled with bacon and vegetables topped with chopped scallion and melted cheese

Loaded with eggs and vegetables, this Instant Pot breakfast casserole is full of healthy nutrients, making it the perfect way to start your day.

So to summarize, why should you make this recipe?

    1. It's healthy
    2. It's loaded with nutrients
  1. It's easy to make
  2. You can't eat hard boiled eggs every day without losing your mind.

Fun fact about Bell peppers

Bell peppers also offer a lot of great nutrition and are considered one of the best vegetables to eat. Did you know that one serving of green bell pepper provides nearly 200% of your suggested daily intake of Vitamin C? And a red bell pepper has almost twice that amount!

Which peppers to use?

You can use any kind of bell peppers, or even a mix of red, green, and yellow for more colors in your casserole.

Can I add meat?

This Instant Pot breakfast casserole recipe uses only bacon, but you can add in some  ground sausage or ground meat. If you add meat, just cook iton saute in the Instant pot until browned. At this point, you can season the meat with desired spices.

What to use instead of bacon?

If you are looking for a bacon-free option, then choose beef jerky (chopped) or smoked turkey ham.

Can I use Tuna?

Sure. You can also try this Instant Pot Tuna Casserole.

Can I make it vegetarian?

For a vegetarian option, you can completely discard the meat. It still tastes great 🙂

How to Make a Breakfast Casserole

Gather your ingredients:

Grease a springform pan that fits your Instant Pot with butter, ghee or cooking spray.

Place the hash browns on the bottom.

In a bowl, whisk eggs with salt and pepper.

Fold in bell peppers.

Pour the egg mixture over the hash browns.

Top the eggs with bacon and cheese.

Pour 1 ½ cups of water into the Instant Pot. Insert a trivet and place the casserole onto the trivet. Lock lid into place.

Select High Pressure and set the timer to 25 minutes.

Once the cooking cycle is done, perform a Natural pressure release for 10 minutes.

Serve casserole warm.

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Instant Pot Breakfast Casserole

One of the healthiest and flavorsome breakfast casserole for Christmas morning or any day! This delish breakfast casserole is made with eggs, bacon, hash browns, bell peppers and cheese.
4.53 from 19 votes
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: bacon, casserole
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Servings: 4
Author: Corrie


  • 6 slices bacon cooked and crumbled
  • 6 eggs
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 cup chopped bell peppers any color you like
  • 1 ½ cups hash browns
  • ¾ cup shredded cheddar cheese


  • Take a springform and make sure it fits your Instant Pot.
  • Grease the springform with butter.
  • Place the hash browns in the springform.
  • In a bowl, whisk eggs with salt and pepper.
  • Add chopped peppers to the bowl.
  • Pour the egg mixture to the springform (over the hash browns) and top with bacon and cheese.
  • Pour 1 ½ cups of water into the Instant Pot and insert a trivet.
  • Place the springform on top of the trivet.
  • Close the lid and cook on high pressure for 25 minutes.
  • Once the cooking cycle is done, wait for a natural pressure release for 10 minutes.
  • Once done, do a quick pressure release.
  • Open the lid and serve.


Calories: 258kcal Carbohydrates: 15g Protein: 15g Fat: 15g Saturated Fat: 7g Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g Monounsaturated Fat: 5g Trans Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 269mg Sodium: 245mg Potassium: 336mg Fiber: 1g Sugar: 1g Vitamin A: 569IU Vitamin C: 6mg Calcium: 198mg Iron: 2mg
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17 thoughts on “Instant Pot Breakfast Casserole

  1. I saw a collection of recipes on the web and one was a collection of easy recipes for the first-time users. Had my pot for three years and kind of leery to figure what to do with it. can you give me the site to use to find it please.

  2. This was a great, easy dish to make when I didn’t feel like cooking. When I say I didn’t feel like cooking, I cheated and used frozen Potatoes O’Brien that cooked up great. I did chop up two Italian sausages, nuked and then sautéed and added a pinch of Italian seasoning. Thanks, Corrie, for saving a very tired cook.

  3. I just received a I P as a Birthday present .Most of the recipes are for families. Would it be possible to cut them in half for just me?

    1. Definitely! Most recipes like any stews can be cut in half no problem. This recipe and many of the cake recipes may be harder to cut in half because they need to fit the pan properly. But you can always store leftovers in the refrigerator and reheat it for breakfast tomorrow.

  4. I really appreciate this recipe, and am looking forward to trying the end result when it comes out of the IP soon. I did do the veggie option, but other than that, I think I followed the recipe carefully. Unfortunately, my new spring form pan leaked a lot of eggs all over the counter. To try to salvage it, I dumped the whole casserole into a glass oven dish and put that in the IP instead. Fingers crossed. Thank you for including a veggie option, and for the 1001 recipes!

  5. I don't have an instant pot. Can you guide me what would be the temperature and timings if I want to cook it in the oven?

  6. This recipe of breakfast casserole looks delicious! It is a high energy morning meal to keep you going energetic for the entire day. I just love your instant pot recipes. Thanks!

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