I made this for a church breakfast and it was a hit! I used low-fat cheeses, low-fat sausage, and low-fat milk (1%) along with egg substitute. I'm not saying it was completely healthy, but at least I felt better about eating all that cheese and it was still yummy. I'll definitely make this one again.
Made this along with cinnamon rolls and fruit when it was my night to make dinner for small group. The guys FLIPPED for it! I had none left!
This is great, I made it for my Techs at work and the constantly ske me to make it. To get it past them it has to be good and that is a room of 23 men that love to eat !!!!!
Excellent make-ahead casserole. I used fresh mushrooms, doubled the veggies and added a box of frozen spinanch (defrost in microwave and squeeze out water by hand or in cheesecloth). To reduce fat, used 2%cheese and milk and Egg Beaters. I've made with sausage and ham, both tasty tho the ham is easier as you can buy it already cooked and julienned. Note it did take longer than 45 mins to cook but was well worth the wait. Served with fruit, crab cakes and biscuits for Mother's Day brunch.
Loved it! I only made a small casserole so the picture, I'm sure, doesn't do it justice. Enjoyed by all for ANZAC Day breakfast. Thanks for posting this.
I left out the bell pepper because my guest hates them and I only used 1 green onion because she's not big on onions either. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly and it was delicious. I plan on making this everytime we have overnight guests!
Simply delicious! We had this Christmas Eve morning right after church, and my family ate every single piece! I should've made two pans, as I suspect the leftovers would taste wonderful. I did leave out the mushrooms as my gang isn't crazy for them. I served this with fresh fruit, cinnamon rolls, juice and coffee..a great brunch! Thanks, Hazeleyes
I made this 2 ways and both were yummy. I followed this one without the ham and used a 10oz pkg of spinach. I once had to omit the mushrooms for my dad. It is deicious and you can experiment using the base ingredients a great deal. Thanks so much for posting!
This was simple to make and everyone loved it. I made the recipe the night before up to adding the custard mixture as noted. I used crumbled bacon instead of ham or sausage. I was skeptical that it would turn out OK when I covered it and put it in the fridge that night, but it turned out great! It was quick and easy to prepare the custard (I used egg substitute) and bake the next morning. Next time, I will try adding a few fresh chopped tomatoes.
This recipe was an absolute no-brainer and turned out PERFECTLY! I am lazy and don't grate cheese, and since I could only find cheese in either 16 oz. or 8 oz. bags, I used a 16 oz. (4 cup) bag of cheddar/jack ("Mexican") and an 8 oz. bag of mozarella. I made it for my mom's birthday breakfast and paired it with mimosas. Everybody went nuts! I made it with sausage and the rest of the ingredients, but would love to try it with chopped and drained fresh tomatoes next time. This recipe hits it out of the park fo sho! THANK YOU!!!