8 Reviews

We really enjoyed this breakfast casserole which we had for supper. I didn't have any half and half so I used low fat milk. I also used red and green peppers. Thanks Sue

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Fluffy September 29, 2009

It was pretty good, but I think next time I would cut back on the sausage and add some more veggies to give it a little less heaviness. Was popular at the brunch we brought it to, though! Very simple to make, which was a big plus.

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circuswitch December 16, 2007

Very Tasty - I used hot italian sausage, and I used lowfat milk in place of the half and half to reduce the fat a bit. Our guests enjoyed it and asked for the recipe. I'll definitely serve this again.

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ranch-girl December 28, 2006

Made this for breakfast on New Years day. I liked it because it had hash browns and not bread as a main ingredient. I halved the recipe and it still took 30 minutes to cook, but maybe it was because the eggs were pretty large. I used beef sausages and will surely make it again! There was a piece leftover, which I reheated next day in the microwave for lunch!

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Pets'R'us January 06, 2005

Oppps, forgot to review this after Xmas with DH's family. Sue, you were right, putting this together the night before worked beautifully! Saved me so much time with everything else I had to do. Followed the recipe to a "T" and even used some pepper I chopped up from my garden in the summer that I froze and it looked so colorful with red, green, & yellow peppers. Doubled the recipe for 18 people and only had 2 very small pieces leftover. I think the whole thing would have went if I didn't have another 20 dishes for them to choose from! Thanks again for a great recipe and sorry I didn't get to take a pic as the SIL's raided my oven before I could take any pics. Also, I did add some diffent spices such as garlic & parsley, not much just a little to add some flavor. Will definately be making again.

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Chippie1 January 05, 2005

I followed your recipe exactly as written. I used Jones sausage links and Simply Potatoes hash browns. I cooked it for 40 minutes and the potatoes were still alittle undercooked. We found the flavor to be very bland. I think hot sausage would work well with this recipe, it would add a bit more spiciness for some added flavor.

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Boca Pat December 28, 2004

Great breakfast casserole. I used a pound of Oldhams sausage, browned & crumbled. I also used O'Brien potatoes, because I was too lazy to chop peppers. I added a bit of cayenne and I also sprinkled a bit of cheese on top the last 5 minutes of baking. This only took about 20 minutes in my oven, but it runs on the hot side. I served with Bloody Marys and hot biscuits & jelly. Thanks for sharing, Sue...will make again, it was delicious.

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Denise! November 28, 2004

This was really good! It took a little longer to bake than the 30 minutes listed, but I think it was my pan. But it was so easy to make and I like the hashbrowns in there...it gave it a substance that made it really filling. We had it for dinner with some biscuits and it was plenty for hubby and I! This is a keeper! :) Thanks Sue for the easy and great tasting recipe!

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Troop Angel October 07, 2004
Hash Browns Breakfast Bake