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Bev, good (and fattening), had this for Sunday morning breakfast, cut nice squares but very rich. I did throw in some ham chunks. Delish and I froze it in squares to reheat for a quick breakfast for me at work...let ya know how that works out....TY for a great easy recipe!

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LAURIE March 31, 2003

Really easy and really delicious. Very rich, but no one complained! I also froze some leftovers - it makes alot. I didn't change anything. Thanks Bev for a great brunch recipe!

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SuzieQue April 04, 2003

I lightened this up considerably by using a lite cheese, non-fat milk fortified with dry milk powder in place of the heavy cream and egg substitute for the eggs. It was delicious and we enjoyed it served with fresh melon.

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PaulaG July 30, 2006

This is a quick easy way to make omelets for 8. I actually cut the recipe in half and made 2 breakfasts for DH and me. The first one we ate as is with steak and potatoes. The second time, I placed the egg square on an onion roll with avocado, tomato and mayo. Delicious both ways - but the sandwich was really good the next day!

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KelBel June 08, 2008

Very rich and delicious. The kind of breakfast/brunch that you eat slowly to savor each bite. I halved the recipe (using an 8" x 8" square pan), but didn't halve the cheese;). Deeeeelicious! We all loved it and we'll have this again. Thanx for sharing this.

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*Parsley* July 30, 2006

Bev, I have to admit, when I read the ingredients I first thought "heart attack on a plate!" It is rich, but for a special occasion, it's so worth it! I had a few people over on Sunday for a brunch, and made this along with another breakfast strata dish I usually serve. This one was the preferred choice judging by the empty dish I was left with. I upped the cheese to 16 ounces, and added some crumbled cooked bacon. I'm thinking the next time I make this I may add a bit of chopped spinach. Thanks Bev for making my first brunch in my new apartment a big success!

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yooper July 04, 2006

I absolutely love the simplicity of this. I only had Irish white cheddar, but it's hard to imagine that Swiss would have been any better. Everyone loved it...there was one little piece left over that I had for lunch the next day. Delicious!

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Yia Yia September 17, 2011

This is too easy to be so amazingly good... Though, I guess with heavy cream, cheese, and butter it would be hard to go wrong ;) I used cheddar in place of the swiss because it's what I had and halved the recipe for an 8x8 pan. I also added a bit of ground thyme with the pepper on top. This is an absolute keeper!

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under12parsecs July 27, 2011

This is wonderful! I love the swiss cheese in this. I didn't change a thing and it came out perfectly! My family loved it.

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Lainey6605 February 09, 2009

Awesome!! Made this for 40 people at our church hospitality breakfast. Everyone raved about this omelet. Try it..you'll like it!

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jrbennett December 12, 2008
Baked Swiss Cheese Omelet