I liked to have a casserole to serve for Easter breakfast. It was easy to serve and could be made the night before and popped in the oven while 3 kids were looking for eggs and going through their Easter baskets. We almost always had to hide the eggs inside the house. It was either very cold or very windy on Easter Sunday.
It was always such a scramble (no pun intended) to get the eggs gathered, kids dressed for church (when did I ever have time to get dressed?) and have something for breakfast. The church service was always longer than usual so we had to have something for breakfast. Especially after all those jelly beans and chocolate bunnies had been nibbled on.
This is easy and can be enlarged or even doubled for a large crowd. I served it with fresh fruit and made a side salsa of diced tomatoes, green onions and halved grape tomatoes with just a little red wine vinegar. I usually served the cheese sauce on the side.