This is an easy one dish casserole that is great for a breakfast, brunch, holiday or for overnight guests as a special breakfast. I make this Christmas morning before I wake everyone up to open presents and the smell of it cooking makes us hurry to open the presents so we can dig in! Very versitile recipe. I have added various ingredients such as sauteed mushrooms, green chilis, olives, sausage and onions to make a rich omelet-like dish. I sometimes serve with a NW favorite to top...Tiger Sauce. This recipe came from my friend Kyle and was an immediate hit with all.
- Place cooked bacon in the bottom of a 13 x 9 pan.
- Cover with tater tots.
- Beat eggs, milk, salt and pepper. Pour over tater tots.
- Top with cheese.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
I made this using half the recipe amounts & cooked it in a 12 count muffin pan. I love the versatility of adding your own extras to make it even better! I serve it with some country gravy & my family eats it up! My kids like the muffin size portions & can add what they want individually.. this is a keeper!
Very tasty. I cut in 1/2 but used 8 eggs-- all the same quantity of other ingredients. Cooked in a square 9 X 9 pan. My husband wanted to know if it should have syrup on it. I suggested queso, which is what we'll do next time.
Tasty, simple and versatile! I used maple-flavored sausage patties instead of bacon and I've also used ham. Delicious! Also love the idea by Mari-jane to use muffin cups to customize add-ins according to taste!