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I alwaysmake this for brunch parties, and everybody seems to love it. I get a lot of requests for the recipe, so now I can give my friends & family the RZ link. I use a frozen pie crust to keep it easy, but it would be even better with your favorite home-made pie crust. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Recipe #396277

What's for brunch? Here is Curtis Stone's quick and easy take on bacon and eggs with toast.Curtis Stone - Cook - Create - Celebrate! I loved it - a friend made this for us a couple of weekend's ago.

Recipe #383274

From Everyday with Rachael Ray by Liz Pearson (Slightly altered)

Recipe #395044

81 Reviews |  By Mercy

I used to live off of these when I was low carbing. They freeze really well. I also occasionally mixed in TVP (texturized vegetable protein) and flax for some extra fiber.

Recipe #98774

7 Reviews |  By jaynine

This feeds a pretty large crowd, and most of it can be put together ahead of time and refrigerated overnight. I like this one because you don't have to cook the hash browns before adding to the casserole.

Recipe #104683

Saw this on Paula Deen's show and had to try it. Uses refrigerated biscuit dough. I reduced the amount of sugar - the original recipe called for 1/2 cup sugar with the blueberries which was very sweet. The warm, bubbling blueberries are just wonderful.

Recipe #127740

I’m sure this has been done before … however this is my take on it, and I love it. This has been a standby for years. My mom used to make it with pie crust but I use crescent rolls for a 15 minutes dessert. You can use any store bought preserves or you can use your own from summer canning !

Recipe #385771

A delicious way to serve leftover corned beef...good for any meal of the day! Found this recipe online at posted by Amy Wisniewski. The ingredients are per the posted recipe, but I really just used what looked right to me; adjust based on how much you have! I used one small cooked potato and the rest was uncooked. Also added some leftover cabbage that was cooked with the corned beef. Also added some garlic powder, so add what you like...

Recipe #362504

This dish is good served at breakfast with hot rolls and fruit, or lunch with a salad, or even supper with any type of veggie. You may not think one can of hash will serve 6, but it really does!

Recipe #56327

This is a recipe that I made for us this morning. It's simple to make and was delicious with using recipe#47780 over top. You can make this with using your favorite breakfast meat and your favorite way of making eggs. I just scrambled our eggs for this meal. You may add cheese too if you don't want to use any kind of syrup over top. NOTE: I used 1 c buttermilk plus 1/2 cup regular milk to thin out the batter a bit.

Recipe #358446

These pancakes are served as a dessert in Denmark and the traditional filling is jam and sugar; but you can really add anything to your liking. We also eat them for breakfast. They freeze well for up to 3 months, I place parchment paper between the pancakes and you can easily remove them from the bag even when frozen

Recipe #323759

Potatoes with a POP!

Recipe #179098

This easy breakfast or brunch can be made ahead of time and refrigerated.

Recipe #127238

Don't rate this one as if it were the original version with 30 grams of fat but I do think you'll like it! I LOVE eggs benedict so played around with six different light versions to come up with the best!

Recipe #225632

This is a low-fat, baked egg recipe. A variation on this would be to use chopped bell peppers instead of the leeks.

Recipe #197463

This is a great breakfast/brunch casserole that is lovely for a Mother's Day brunch, New Year's Day Brunch, or other gathering. Serve with fresh fruit and your favorite beverage. Easily made ahead--just assemble the night before and refrigerate overnight. In the morning just pop into the oven and bake for about 1 hour plus a few minutes more, until hot. From the local paper.

Recipe #112778

Low fat, Low carb, very yummy & easy! What more could you ask for....

Recipe #219474

Good for breakfast but we like it for supper, too.

Recipe #76209

This recipe came from our church ladies group about 18 years ago.

Recipe #197700

A great use for left over gravy. Low fat if you stick to the 2 slices of bacon, i dont :). From cooking light, calories 184(32% from fat); FAT 6.5g (sat 3.5g,mono 2g,poly 0.6g); protein 7.6g; cholesterol 22mg; calcium 159mg; sodium 400mg; fiber 1.6g; iron 1.2mg; carbs 22.2g

Recipe #254617

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