By RecipeNut on November 12, 2001
Photo by internetnut
Photo by internetnut
Serving Size: 1 (284 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"This was pretty good. I left out the sausage as I was using this as a side dish for our steak supper. I also used cream of mushroom soup. Even though I browned my potatoes they still were a little mushier then I preferred. Still it was pretty good and so easy to prepare."
"I gave this recipe 5 stars. My future hubby and I loved this casserole! My picky 7 yr old newphew didn't but he don't like casseroles. I was so happy to find this recipe as I had a can of potato soup to use up. I made 1 minor change to the recipe I used Mexican blend cheese. I went with the sausage and used Bob Evans sage sausage. I wasn't sure what to do with the Velveeta so I cubed it very small. When it comes to cooking the potatoes I used maybe a pound of frozen hash browns. As to cooking them mine took forever to cook down. I didn't find out much onion to add to the potatoes and I was out so I used a couple tablespoons of dried onions. Overall this was so good and I'll make this again for sure. Thanks for posting a great recipe. Christine (internetnut)"
"This earned rave reviews from my family! It was very tasty and so quick and easy to put together!! I used sausage and shredded, seasoned hash browns, but left out the salt and pepper. Thanks for a winning recipe!"
"This turned out very well for me. Changed a few things. Left out the potato soup. Instead of 3 eggs I used 7. To the egg mixture I added 2 or 3 tbl. of chives and a 1/4 cup of cream and 1/4 can of cream of mushroom soup. Instead of hash browns and onion I used frozen hash brown potatoes O'Brian browned in 1/4 cup olive oil. After browning potatoes stove top I put them in the casserole dish. Followed by the cooked sausage. Then added the egg mixture and on top sprinkled grated 4 cheese mix about 4 oz. and then one cup of Frenches french fried onions. Baked for 20 min. at 350 degrees. It was WONDERFUL !! "
"I wasn't very excited about how this turned out; I'm sorry to be a "party pooper." The problem was the too-basic directions. In step 4, the directions said "add"... and I did exactly that(ie. didn't stir, just added). I am not the most skillful cook in the first place, and I really can't think early in the morning. I used the shredded potatoes, but I think the cube-style would have been easier to work with, and brown them in something (?). How much onion?"
"Oh my! This was wonderful! Just add some toast and some orange juice, and what a breakfast! This is easily the best breakfast casserole I have tried. Thanks for posting!"
"We have a Breakfast Bake Sale for United Way at work. I wanted to try something different and this recipe was a big hit. Everyone said they loved it more that any they had ever eaten."
"I think this is the best breakfast casserole I've ever tasted. Browning the hashbrowns first makes all the difference. The potato soup was lovely. Thanks for sharing this."
"had to bake it little longer than said but other than that it was a big hit."
"Yum! Really enjoyed this. I used chopped up ham for the meat and otherwise made no changes. This was basically a meat and potatoes casserole as there were only 3 eggs for 6 servings. My husband said, "The only thing missing is a cup of coffee." Which he then made and drank with a second serving. Thanks for sharing this recipe."