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WOW -- did we ever love this breakfast egg dish!!! I cut the recipe in half for the two of us. I did cut back just a wee bit on the milk -- and put in a couple tablespoons of sour cream. I also had a couple mushrooms that I chopped up and added along with some chopped parsley. I used a combination of Monterey Jack and Cheddar cheese. This smelled so good while it was baking -- but the best part was digging in with fork in hand!!! Thanks, Jeff!!!!!
Very nice basic recipe that can easly be adjusted to suit individual taste. I cut this down to a 1/3 as there's only 2 of us and still had enough left over for breakfast in the morning. It goes together fast which is great when your hungry in the morning. I added bacon with the ham when sauting the onions, added some chopped jalapenos and a chopped garden fresh tomatoe. Used the chedder cheese in the mix but topped with Mozzerella. Then baked just as directed. Served with hot coffee and an english muffin and made for a wonderful breakfast. Thanks Jeff for posting, we'll be using this one again - maybe for full amount for the holidays when we're expecting a LOT of company.
Nice easy recipe for eggs. I used some leftover frozen Honey Baked Ham that gave it a good flavor. I halved the recipe for the 2 of us, left us with enough for tomorrow too. Made for the cook-a thon~
Super easy and filling. We halved the recipe (just 2 of us here!) and had this with some whole grain toast on the side. It cooked up perfectly and released from the casserole dish very easily. We might add some hot sauce next time and maybe even some peppers for a kick, but this is a very good, simple egg recipe in its own right. Made for the 'Jeffie Cook-A-Thon'. Thanks for sharing, Jeff! Hope you're up and at 'em soon! :)
This was a good, easy breakfast but my family complained that there wasn't much flavor in the eggs. I followed the recipe as written but I did add pepper. My family added hot sauce at the table but thought that I should have added it to the mixture. Next time I would cut back on the milk also as my family thought the eggs weren't firm enough.
Hello! :) This was made for the "Jeffie Cook-A-thon." I had to halve the recipe, because it was just Mark and I. I don't think I mixed the eggs enough, but I mixed in Mozzarella cheese, since I didn't have enough cheddar. I saved that for the top. It tasted delicious!! Along with it, I had sliced, roasted potatoes and grapes. Thank you Jeff for the yummy supper!
Because I cut the recipe back to two eggs I made the recipe stove top not in the oven. Instead of cheddar cheese I used low fat mozzarella. Lovely recipe for Sunday brunch served with mixed peppers, onions & mushroom stirfry. Multi grain toast - What could be better? Thanks Jeff Brunch was enjoyed Mmmmmm
I cut the recipe in half for dh and myself. We had this for dinner. It was wonderful!! I made as directed..no changes. Thanks a bunch Jeff!!
I used this recipe for a breakfast that fed about 80 people, it turned out great, everyone raved about it.
It doesn't get any easier than this for a great breakfast. I cut the recipe in half. This is a great for serving a crowd and it will be fun to try different cheese and maybe sausage too. The left overs make a great sandwich when served between two pieces of toast. Thanks so much, Chef #182093.