The Ultimate Breakfast Casserole

"Very filling and hearty breakfast that is large enough for the Holiday gatherings,or if Company is coming or even Vacation. Recipe can be divided and frozen for travel or vacation. This recipe feeds 10 - 12 hungry people!"
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Ready In:
1hr 5mins




  • Melt the first five ingredients (or six if you use the sour cream or onion dip) in the microwave, stirring every couple of minutes until cheese is melted and the mixture is smooth and creamy.
  • Let the cheese mixture cool.
  • In a extra large mixing bowl, add dry ingredients (Flour or baking mix and spices).
  • When the Cheese mixture has cooled, add it to the dry mix.
  • next add eggs, meat, mushrooms and peppers.
  • Last add the potatoes (make sure they are not frozen and if they seem wet use a paper towel and pat them dry).
  • When everything has been mixed, divide and pour the batter into two 9x13 sprayed or greased baking dishes. (I usually freeze 1/2 for a later date). This recipe freezes well.
  • Top the batter with crumbled Ritz crackers or even Lay's potato chips.
  • Bake on 375° to 400° (depending on how hot your oven gets) for 45 minutes or until done.
  • Serve with Salsa, sliced tomatoes, or sour cream and enjoy!

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  1. SantilliS
    I think needs twice the hashbrowns & ct back on the flour
  2. Aunt Lynnie
    I served this casserole at a church brunch, everyone loved it. Men wanted seconds and women wanted the recipe. It was a big hit. I am making again tomorrow.
  3. maxwise
    Very good!!! A great hit with my family & friends....


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