Turned out great. Added 2 extra eggs.
Started making this late at night and realized I had some ingredient issues so made some modifications. My bacon was frozen so I just cooked that on the side in the morning. After I cut up the bread and mixed up the egg mixture substituting milk for half and half, I realized I had no spinach or cheddar cheese (aargh). So instead I diced a couple of slices of red onion and diced about 6 jalapeno slices (from a jar), sprinkled them over the bread and grated a combination of mozzarella and asagio cheese. Poured the liquid over that and followed the rest of the directions. Turned out mildly Mexican and was enjoyed by all. Looking forward to making it again as posted plus the alternative worked out well too!
Very light & fluffy... not mention tasty also. I was short on yogurt so used 2 Tbsp cream cheese & added an extra egg to make up the difference. I have trouble guessing how much spinach is in cup(s)... used 2 1/2 oz, I might try abit more next time. I scaled recipe by 1/2 & still found it could feed 4-6 people. Awesome recipe so finishing leftovers will not be a problem. Thanks for sharing.
I can't believe it has taken me so long to post, but this recipe is FANTASTIC! We used peppered bacon, and fresh asparagus instead of the spinach. Like Bekah, I used this for Christmas brunch. YUM.
A very yummy Christmas breakfast without the hassle to stop the festivities to "cook". I think swapping the spinach for mushrooms would also taste great. Thanks!
Oh Brandee!! What a keeper this is! I used my homemade English Muffin Bread but otherwise followed the directions exactly. Very easy and a wonderful way to start a Sunday. The spinach is a wonderful touch and the next time I may add some fresh mushrooms to the dish. Thank you for posting a really, really nice recipe!
This is a really nice breakfast casserole. I added just a couple more eggs when I made this for my family. We liked it a lot, so I made it for a church breakfast I was organizing - it works well with or without the meat and looks gorgeous in the pan. Thanks for posting!