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This is a great breakfast dish that I served for a brunch along with some Mimosas. Had the next door neighbors over and we all inhaled it. Great dish, Peggy Lynn. I recommend this to everyone, you won't be sorry.
Yummy, yummy, yummy! Made this the night before and popped in refrigerator to bake in the morning and take to work for a meeting...the loved it....will make this over and over again...
This a wonderful recipe!! I had to halve it for the two of us, and it tasted as wonderful as it looked!! I baked it at 400 for about 15 minutes, then took it down to 375 for a TOTAL baking time of 30 minutes. Next time I think I'll bake it at 375 and bake for 35 minutes. But it was VERY VERY GOOD!!!!!!! TY Peggy! :)
These breakfast squares save the day for me this weekend, Peggy Lynn! We had unexpected guests stay the night so I prepared this recipe for our breakfast and everyone was very please! I took your suggestion and served with a variety of fresh fruit for the perfect compliment. I also used a mixture of the bacon and hot sausage combination for the perfect flavor! Next time however, I will add just a little less salt. The bacon does add it's own saltiness. This recipe tastes a lot like an quiche that you would have spent a lot more time preparing. Thanks so much, Peggy Lynn! This recipe will go into my permanent cookbook!
My dh has not stopped raving about these Breakfast Squares! (We actually had them for dinner, paired with a nice green salad.) It was quick and easy to put together, yet had such a nice depth of flavor to it! I cut the recipe in half, and it was just the right size for a 9x13 glass pan. I also subbed skim milk for the half and half; the dish STILL still had a rich, full-bodied flavor! Clean up was a SNAP, thanks to spraying the pan. Just a delight from every standpoint! Thanks for a great recipe, Peggy Lynn! -SibeTracker