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Made this for dinner, topped with your easy hollandaise sauce. I let it soak overnight. If I make it again, I won't let it soak as long or I will toast the muffins before assembling. They were a little soggy. A good eggs benedict alternative, but we'll probably stick to the real thing.
This was a great make ahead breakfast and a change of pace from other breakfast casseroles. I didn't make the hollanaise sauce but used Knorr packaged mix for convenience. If you use the mix, add 1-2 teaspoons of lemon juice.
This was a hit, but I would make some changes to it. I used Knorr's hollandaise sauce and it was really easy. I would add salt, pepper, and a dash of maybe cayenne next time. I did not add cheese as others did. I toasted the muffins and they were just a tiny bit soft, so I would imagine had I not done that they would be really soggy. I made this and french toast casserole Christmas morning and the eggs benny was definitely the biggest hit!
This was very good; however in no way reminded me of Eggs Benedict.
This is one of three casseroles I used for our Christmas Brunch this past year and everyone seemed to love it. I used electric food warmers to keep casseroles warm and an electric candle warmer with a tall creamer to keep the Hollandaise Sauce warm. This will definitely be on our next Chistmas Brunch.
I made this recipe for Sunday School at church, and it was a big hit! I tried another user's version of Hollandaise, and that is an experience I won't try again... Next time I'll just use a pre-made mix, like the Knorr package. But this base casserole is excellent, even without the sauce! In fact, if you're a fan of southwestern flavors, loading up with salsa, jalapenos, etc would be a really yummy touch!
My husband LOVED this recipe. It's definately a do again. I admit I prefer poached eggs on my bennys but this is a VERY good alternative and quite easy to do. Next time I may experiment and try separating the eggs and adding the unbroken yolks on top in the last minute or so of cooking. Thanks so very much for sharing!
Easy to make and tastes very good. I used Knorr dry packets for the Hollandaise sauce - 4 packets total so there was extra on hand. Got a very good response at pitch-in : ) Directions are not that clear in terms of when to add the sauce (but it makes sense you just pour on top at the end). I would make this a staple dish to bring to a breakfast - it's a unique choice and nice break from the usual sausage and egg dish.
Very easy and good. I halved this recipe because there was only my hubby and myself. I had enough for a second breakfast. I made it in the morning so it didn't soak over night and it only took 40 minutes total to bake. I made my sauce from a envelope mix. I woll be making this again and again. Thanks for sharing.
Sherry from Iowa
Made this for Easter brunch and we all enjoyed it! I toasted the English muffins first but otherwise followed the directions exactly. It turned out a little dry, but that may have been because my oven runs hot. I'll definately make this again, but I'll reduce the oven temp a little!