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Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Bake

Savor the hearty comfort of a sheet pan breakfast bake brimming with eggs, crispy bacon, savory sausage, and fresh tomatoes. This warm and tasty dish is sure to start your day off right!

Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Bake on a sheet pan.

Sheet Pan Breakfast Bake with Bacon and Eggs

Kick start your morning with our deliciously warm and filling Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Bake! This simple, one-sheet meal combines eggs, bacon, sausage, and tomatoes, making your favorite breakfast items more convenient than ever – a single sheet pan and your trusty oven are all you need. It’s the kind of Sunday morning feast we all deserve!

Let’s focus on the stars of the show – eggs and bacon. Packed with protein and healthy fats, while low in carbs, eggs and bacon are an excellent choice for those following a Keto or Paleo diet. In fact, it’s been a while since we last enjoyed this classic breakfast duo.

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Ingredients For Sheet Pan Breakfast Bake:

  • Lit’l Smokies Sausage (like those from Hillshire Farm)
  • Bacon
  • Eggs
  • Cherry or Grape Tomatoes

How To Cook Bacon And Eggs On A Sheet Pan

To whip up this Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Bake, we’re not complicating matters. This recipe isn’t about dictating how to cook your bacon and eggs but offering an efficient method to assemble your ingredients, bake, and enjoy. From start to finish, you’ll have a satisfying breakfast in just about 30 minutes.

  1. Put sausages and bacon on a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes at 425˚F.
  2. Make 4 spots for eggs on the sheet and gently put eggs in these empty holes. Add the tomatoes, and season with oregano, salt, and pepper.
  3. Bake for 5-8 minutes or until the eggs are done.
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This dish quickly became my favorite weekend breakfast recipe. It serves four people easily, but if you’re anything like my husband and me, we can finish this just by ourselves – yes, it’s that good!

So, here’s to savoring the simplicity of eggs and bacon in a whole new way. Dig in!

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Overhead shot of a sheet pan with cooked eggs, sausage links, bacon, and cherry tomatoes.

Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Bake

Katerina | Diethood
Warm and delicious sheet pan breakfast with eggs, bacon, sausage, and tomatoes.
4.50 from 2 votes
Servings : 4
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes


  • 1 to 2 cups Lit'l Smokies Sausages, I use Hillshire Farm's Smokies
  • 4 to 6 slices bacon
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1 cup cherry or grape tomatoes, halved
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • salt and fresh ground black pepper, to taste


  • Preheat oven to 425˚F.
  • Arrange sausages and bacon on a rimmed baking sheet.
  • Bake for 15 minutes or until bacon is cooked.
  • Remove from oven and move the bacon and sausages around, making 4 empty spaces for the eggs.
  • Crack the eggs carefully so as not to break the yolk and position them in the empty spots. I crack mine right over the baking sheet.
  • Add and spread out the halved cherry tomatoes.
  • Season the dish with oregano, salt and pepper.
  • Put back in the oven for an additional 5 to 8 minutes, or until the eggs are thoroughly cooked.
  • Remove from oven and serve.




  • Use fresh eggs and quality bacon for the best taste.
  • Spread bacon, sausage, and eggs evenly on the pan.
  • Keep an eye on the eggs and bacon to avoid overcooking.
  • Season the dish well with salt and pepper.
  • Add fresh herbs or veggies for color and flavor.
  • Customize the recipe with extra ingredients like cheese or onions.


Calories: 349 kcal | Carbohydrates: 4 g | Protein: 17 g | Fat: 30 g | Saturated Fat: 10 g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 4 g | Monounsaturated Fat: 13 g | Trans Fat: 0.1 g | Cholesterol: 238 mg | Sodium: 823 mg | Potassium: 309 mg | Fiber: 1 g | Sugar: 2 g | Vitamin A: 597 IU | Vitamin C: 5 mg | Calcium: 47 mg | Iron: 2 mg

Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.

Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: English
Keyword: bacon, breakfast recipes, eggs
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48 comments on “Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Bake”

  1. First time making this. Bacon was burnt after first 15 mins. Took it out before I cooked the eggs. Lowered temp to 400, cooked eggs and tomatoes for 6 mins. That turned out fine.
    Will try again another day but cook bacon less time.

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    Mary Cowells

    This definitely a good way to start breakfast for the family. It is easy and simple and most importantly can be done at home. Thank you for sharing!

    1. So you make it sound so easy. How come your eggs didn’t run over the entire length of the sheet pan like mine did, do you have a special material to make the pan extra hot (sheet pans don’t generally run hot take them out of the oven and in 2 minutes you can pick the thing up).

      How did you get the whites to cook but keep the yolks runny? Your not controlling anything your just kinda hoping that the whites cook and the yolks don’t harden.

  3. Hi Thanks for the great recipe! I don’t mean to piss you off further but it is “my husband and me” Not my husband and I. Would you say this is breakfast for I?

    My husband and I went to the store, because you would also say “I” went to the store. This is a picture of my husband and me. Because if you took him out of the picture would it be a picture of “I”?

  4. Hey!!

    Thank you so much for this easy morning breakfast! I deff need some practice though… Burnt my bacon, eggs weren’t runny, and I even over cooked my toast! Lol. Practice makes perfect. Once again, thanks for the post!

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    Jenny Cummings

    I don’t like Martha Stewart… But I love new recipes to try. (especially when it means I can once again procrastinate on doing the dishes when I am already really tired from work and just want food. I work at night, all night)
    I am saving this recipe and will hunt down all of the others you have.
    Don’t strive for Martha Stewart’s level… Strive above that…. Good Old Southern Momma’s cooking…. All southern mommas cook at a level beyond Martha’s scope. “Like momma used to make” is a phrase you hear more than “Like Martha used to make”. 😀

  6. Have you had good results with the Breakfast Bake using regular sliced bacon or is it better to use thick sliced?

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      Katerina Petrovska

      Hi Joan!

      Yes, I’ve done that plenty of times and the thinner slices work, as well. Thank you!

  7. This looks delish. And I think Martha is annoying. But then, I don’t like PW either. Call e a rebel. I think your blog is great. Gonna poke at it this morning and I am printing this recipe!

  8. This looks absolutely delicious & so easy. But none of us eat runny eggs. I wonder if there’d be some other way to do the eggs? Probably not but I’d appreciate any suggestions if anyone has one 🙂

    1. Maybe just add them sooner so they cook more? You could try using an oven safe egg ring to help keep the edges from getting too done. You could beat the eggs before doing that, too, if you wanted.

  9. I’ve been thinking about this recipe for sometime, and today was the day! YUMMY! I only used bacon for this and skipped the tomatoes because I didn’t feel like going outside to pick some. My eggs were cooked perfectly-nice and runny! I’ve made oven baked eggs before. The first time I followed the recipe to bake @350 for 18 minutes. Nope! The next time I tried raising the temperature on my own to 400 for 5-6 minutes. Yes, please. Love this.


  10. Looks and sound wonderful, except for the runny yolk. I gotta break and cook the yolk. It’s a texture thing.

  11. OMG this sounds sooo good, I was actually looking for a diet type breakfast but when I lose my weight this is #1 on my list

  12. This is brilliant! I do sausage and bacon and even veggies in the overall the time. Why not eggs? Why not all together? Love this. ❤️

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      Katerina Petrovska

      Hi Karen! My husband loves it when I include fresh button mushrooms in it! I don’t necessarily drain it, but as I serve it I use a slotted spatula to scoop up the food and drain some of the excess fat. Hope that helps! Have a great weekend!!

  13. Do you ever put the tomatoes in at the start with the bacon, so they get almost raisin-y? Because I toss halved grape tomatoes, sliced garlic, olive oil, salt & pepper – baked on a cookie sheet like this- and make as a side dish for dinner all the time. YUM! Try it! : )

  14. Your pictures and recipes are……just wonderful! I’ve pinned a number of them this very early morning. I love the look of the eggs. I love runny eggs. Love them!

    Just heard of this Martha business. How sad for her, but maybe she’s afraid of all the talent out there.


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      Katerina Petrovska

      Thanks so much, Vicky!! Your words mean a lot to me! I truly appreciate it. Have a wonderful weekend. If you have a chance, make the Bacon and Eggs Bake…it’s SO GOOD!! 🙂

  15. I’ve run into problems with Martha’s recipes – a missing egg, a lack of baking soda, etc…I don’t think she tests her everything before publishing. At least food bloggers are “real” people working in regular kitchens. We know what we’re doing (most of the time!). 🙂

    Sorry you had a nasty comment. Forget about it and take in all the positive energy from the rest of us. XO.

    This breakfast bake is epic!!

  16. This bake looks delicious! What a cool idea!

    As for all the experts I could complain that they make lasagne with ricotta and polenta with chicken stock, and claim those are authentic Italian recipes, but I am just a blogger that doesn’t test any recipes and, as a commenter reminded me, I don’t even cook Italian food….

  17. The hubby would be thrilled if I made him this beautiful breakfast! Yeah, Martha needs a filter on her mouth :/

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    Kim of Mo'Betta

    I’m just catching up on what ol’ Martha said. I think she is feeling threatened because bloggers and Pinterest are putting a dent in her million dollar empire I’m sure. Well, she can just go be a big B while we keep on doing what we do.

    I think your blog is awesome and just remember how much more positive feedback you get than negative. Haters gonna hate…and I have come to the conclusion that some people are so miserable with their lives that they feel the need to spread the anti-joy.

    Now… I want that entire pan of breakfast food! Brilliant idea!

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    I seem to get comments thanking me for sharing ‘my cousin shared this good info, man, on this very timely subject. please check out my page {penis enlargement}’ or some such thing. I will be happy for those spam comments now, vs negative ones. It’s food, for heaven sake!
    This breakfast looks wonderful–love your eggs! I’d sub more breakfasty sausages because that’s just how I like it, but the overall effect (tomatoes, eggs, sausage all in one pan) is lovely. Like an early Fall version of Aimée at Simple Bites’ Spring baked asparagus, bacon or ham (I forget) and eggs.

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    Valerie @ From Valerie's Kitchen

    Kate, I can relate to this post in oh so many ways. It’s hard to let negativity roll off your back all the time. Sometimes, for whatever reason, it can get to you. And, then the Martha thing. Boy did she open herself up to a world of trouble there. It’s just Martha being Martha. But, my dear, forget all that…this breakfast bake is amazing! So simple and rustic. Just lovely!

  21. Martha may be able to do a lot of things but she has a lot of people behind her to make her look good. And, AFAIK, a number of the recipes in her first cookbook were NOT tested.

    Bloggers share their experiences with recipes and bring them to our attention. There are SO many recipes out there in cookbooks etc we can’t read them all but seeing a ‘real’ person (without an editor etc) manage them is encouraging.

    And that’s a GOOD thing.

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    Laura Dembowski

    Nasty comments are the worst! But just remember that your blog is fantastic 🙂 And at least you got invited to be a part of Martha’s Circle. Me? not so much.

    This is a great breakfast idea and is sure to cheer you up.

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    Christiane ~ Taking on Magazines One Recipe at a Time

    There must be someone making the rounds and leaving negative comments. I can laugh that off as easily as I can Martha’s remarks because I know me and know that what both of them say is garbage. You, my friend, are remarkable; as a person and a blogger. Always remember that.

    PS: I’m coming over for breakfast next time you serve this.

  24. I had to take my laptop over to my bacon loving son and show him this. His eyes got big and he said, “Let’s do it!” Making everything in one pan…you are my anti-dishwashing hero!

  25. Absolutely love your site!!! Don’t let old Martha get you down, after all its your opinion that matters after all … It is your blog!!!… I haven’t found a recipe on your site that I don’t like so put the laptop down carefully and take a deep breath and then let frustrations out , and then get past it ! 🙂 Have a better day!
    As it says in the good book ” If you have Faith as small as a Mustard Seed, nothing will be impossible for you. Matt17:20

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      Katerina Petrovska

      Hi Cindy!! Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words!! I needed to hear this! God Bless You! xo

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    EA-The Spicy RD

    Looks great!! This is one of those “now why didn’t I think of that” EASY breakfast ideas. Love the addition of the cherry tomatoes-very British! Hope you have a wonderful weekend & don’t feel the need to toss your laptop 🙂

  27. That looks amazing!! I love that you made it all in one pan like that. I am so doing… how fun and easy. It’s also so inviting. 🙂

    I am so lost regarding this Martha Stewart thing… I heard Kim for Craving saying something about Martha on twitter. Don’t know if it’s the same story… but I’m sorry you had to deal with anything negative.

    I mean when you are talking about food… people need to just relax and enjoy. We’re not asking you to pay to come to our blog… it’s all free folks. Cheer up… enjoy your weekend breakfast. 🙂

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      Katerina Petrovska

      Hi Ramona!!! Click on the link and you will see Martha talking negatively about food-bloggers. It will tick you off just a tad bit. 🙂

      Thank you for always stopping by… you make my day that much brighter, and that’s the honest truth! xo

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