I made this using turkey bacon and ir was a real hit for us. We had breakfast for dinner last evening and this made the perfect comfort meal. Simply delicious. :D
Loved this! Our kind of breakfast with all of the goodies in one pan. I added a couple of slices of red pepper as well since I had some handy. We gobbled this down and as soon as we finished eating I realized that the cheese was still sitting on the counter. lol. It was good with it too. Thanks Lynn for another keeper. Made for Every Day is a Holiday Tag.
This was good and easy to make. I used a can of diced potatoes and didn't use all the salt. My son loved it but my husband thought it needed more eggs and less bacon. I liked it. My son said this was his favorite breakfast.
I scaled this back for 2 serves for the DM and I and served with a slice of buttered wholemeal/wholegrain toasted bread and it was a very enjoyable and very satisfying breakfast. I used a orange capsicum/bell pepper and Carisma potatoes (a low GI white potato) and as my bacon was lean and I had very little drippings in the pan I added a teaspoon of oil to fry up the potatoes etc. with and it all came together very nicely, thank you diner 524, made for 123 Hits tag game.
I've enjoyed this for breakfast separately before.....scrambled eggs and country style fried potatoes. But this was a first for me to mix it all up into one dish. Absolutely delicious and I'll enjoy this often on the weekends when I have time to have a nice, leisurely breakfast. Thanks for sharing! Made for Photo Tag.
These were hearty and delicious eggs. I cheated and used Europe's best mix with roasted red pepper, onion, potato and zucchini along with the bacon. saved slicing and dicing.
A very tasty breakfast. I made just a single serving, and eyeballed the ingredients a bit to get me there. I used a sausage patty, which I cooked and then chopped up a bit. I diced some potatoes and zapped them in the microwave to partially cook them before adding to the skillet. Used a lovely orange bell pepper, as I don't like green. It did not take very much longer than just making scrambled eggs. Not terribly attractive, but it tasted good!