By Nancy's Pantry on March 16, 2012
Photo by KateL
Photo by KateL
"Found this recipe in my recipe file -- it comes from the Chimney Hill Farm Estate and is served at their Inn."
Serving Size: 1 (119 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"Great standard-ingredient brunch casserole! Although there are only 2 in our household, I made the entire casserole, because these freeze very well and reheat nicely. Apparently I don't own (or cannot find) a 13x9 pan, so I used a buffet steam table pan. I lined the entire pan with the crescent rolls, and cut the remainder into strips. The casserole contents filled the pan about halfway, so I folded the edges of the crescent roll sides to lay on top of the contents, and spaced the strips across the top of the casserole. After 35 minutes, I put foil around the outer edge of the pastry to avoid over-browning and cooked for an additional 10 minutes. Our store only carried Bob Evans spicy sausage; I will make the effort to find Jimmy Dean the next time. Excellent Christmas Day brunch! Made for Please Review My Recipe tag game."
"What a great breakfast casserole/quiche!! I made a couple of changes, I used the original Jimmy Deans sausage and 2% cheddar/monterey cheese mix and scaled it back to serve 2. I used 2 crescent rolls in my mini loaf pan (saved the other 2 for dinner) and then followed as written. Served it with some fresh fruit for a great brunch!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for PRMR Tag Game."
"Great casserole! Made for our weekly 'breakfast for dinner' night and it was a big hit! Perfect for my family since there were not any potatoes in it (DSs do not eat potatoes). The crust was not soggy and cooked to a nice golden brown and the eggs were set perfect when cooked for 45 minutes. DH thought it could use more cheese (I thought it was fine) but I guess that is the Wisconsin boy in him. :) Made for Everyday Holiday."