This post is sponsored by Dave’s Killer Bread

One of my favorite weekend breakfasts to make are breakfast sliders. They’re fun to put together, and even better if you make them as a breakfast slider casserole, it comes together quick and easy and ready to serve the whole family!

And to turn things on its head for this recipe, I’m making them with Dave’s Killer Bread Sweet Potato Rock ‘N’ Rolls! They’ve got just a hint of cinnamon with none of those scary additives in the ingredients list.

Plus, that sweet and savory combo is the perfect way to wake up the family!

What I like to do to make these breakfast sliders get cooking quickly, is bake my bacon and bottom half of the breakfast slider casserole at the same time.

By the time the eggs are almost fully cooked, the bacon is about done as well. Cooking separately keeps the bottom of your baking dish free from a mini lake of bacon grease.

Then throw it all together with cheese and top it with the other half of your Dave’s Killer Bread Organic Sweet Potato Rock ‘N’ Rolls with a little butter to top it off on top.

These are one my favorite breakfast recipes that always count on never having leftovers with. When your picky son grabs for a second helping, you know you’ve got a winner!


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