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Yummy!! It was easy and delicious. I think next time I will layer the potatos thicker at the bottom and lighter through the top. I had some say they's like more potatos and others said less.
My family did not like this recipe. I think it would have been more flavorfull using sausage, but the texture of the eggs did not appeal to us.
I put sage saugage in it instead of ham and it was a big hit at work.LP
This was great!! I loved waking up and having breakfast ready. Next time I make it I will add more meat and probably a little less hashbrowns. Otherwise, this recipe is definately a keeper. Thanks Mark!!
THIS WAS ABSOLUTELY YUMMY!!! I reduced the eggs to eight, and it still turned out great. Thanks for a keeper!
I followed others suggestions to use sausage instead of ham, and the hash browns with the bell pepper and onion already in them. I cooked it 11 hours, and the potatoes were squishy and the bottom was burnt. Even so, I received several compliments at the potluck I took it to, and most of it was eaten. I did add some sour cream to the milk/egg mixture to help keep the eggs soft and moist. I think in the future I will add some spices, and cook it for a shorter time.
I would like to thank everyone that gave me recipes and would like to tell you all that this recipe was a big hit after Mid Night Mass. I was so good that everyone could not belive it was made in a crockpot. Every good I also would like to say that I did not get all the recipes untill now,on the 20th of Dec. my computer desideed to die and I just got back online. Once again thank-you all for the recipes and I plan to try thel all.
My family wasn't thrilled with this one either. Nobody liked the texture of the eggs. But I did salvage them..... made egg burritos out of them.
I wasn't as thrilled with this dish as I thought I'd be, but I did use turkey sausage instead of the ham.
My family thought this was ok