The taste, ingredients, and preperation are simple and do taste very good together. I felt this casserole was a bit dry though. I do plan to try it again with a can of cream of celery soup mixed with the egg and milk. I also love that this is a crockpot recipe. Thank you for posting it.
I'm with the others on this recipe. It was very dry, but tasted great. Next time I will definately add cream soup next time I try it.
Like the other poster, I felt like this turned out a little dry. It was very easy, and I will give it another try, but I will add some extra liquid next time. Thanks for posting, Mary!
I made 2 crocks (a 3 qt and a 4 qt)of this for a church breakfast potluck and everybody loved it! I didn't even get to try it. I only made two layers instead of three. To each crock, I added two extra eggs, 1/4 cup extra milk, and a can of cream of potato soup. One crock was seasoned with Mrs. Dash "Southwest Chipolte" and the other with "Table Blend." It cooked on low for 9 hours, then spent another hour on warm before the meal began. We took both salsa and ketchup for people to use. Thanks Mary for the great recipe!
I loooove breakfast, but really felt this was very dry, like a lot of the other posters. It was easy to whip up, and if i try it again I will be adding a lot more moisture.
Hubby particularly enjoyed this! I used a 4 ounce can of green chilies instead of the pepper, added a can of cream of mushroom soup, and about 3/4-1 cup of milk. I didn't find it to be real dry - it is a potato dish afterall, and I think that's what it tasted like. I usually need an extra beverage with a potato. We doused ours with ketchup, though we were longing for salsa to perfect this dish. Cook time was right on, even for my crockpot that seems to burn EVERYTHING. Thanks Mary!
This recipe just didn't really work for us. It was okay, but it just seemed like it was missing something. I did use the cream of celery, as some of the previous posters advised.