Collection by LrnFrmHm

Egg and Sausage Casserole

Rating: 4.5 stars 940
This recipe was given to me by a friend several years ago. It's easy to make and always a hit! Co-workers beg for it, and it's my husband's favorite!

Super Easy Egg Casserole

Rating: 4.5 stars 311
Egg casserole made with bell pepper and bacon that your family will love.

Colette's Smoked Sausage Frittata

Rating: 4.5 stars 92
Smoked sausage and Cheddar cheese star in this easy breakfast frittata.

Quick Corn and Pepper Jack Frittata

Rating: 4 stars 5
A delightful vegetable frittata with Mexican-style flavors of peppers and salsa is a snap to make. It will be a star in your next brunch menu.
Sponsored By Del Monte

Spinach Frittata

Rating: 4.5 stars 55
This spinach frittata recipe is an easy egg dish filled with spinach, ham, bell pepper, onion, and cheese for a delicious and quick brunch option made right in a skillet.

Easiest Zucchini Quiche

Rating: 4.5 stars 47
Grated zucchini, eggs, and cheese get together in a prepared pie crust.

Greek Omelet with Asparagus and Feta Cheese

Rating: 4.5 stars 26
This omelet is filled with a mixture of cherry tomatoes, spinach, bell pepper, and asparagus. Feta cheese gives it that distinctive Greek flavor that pairs perfectly with the veggies.

Easy Sausage Rolls

Rating: 4.5 stars 21
These certainly aren't gourmet, but they are YUMMY!

Smoked Sausage Frittata

Rating: 4.5 stars 22
Eggs combined with Butterball Smoked Sausage and vegetables provide a colorful and tasty dish for breakfast or brunch.
Sponsored By Butterball

Crustless Broccoli and Cheddar Mini Quiches

Rating: 4 stars 12
These easy mini quiches are perfect for brunch or breakfast on-the-go! Simple to put together, and packed with protein! You can have two of these for fewer than 200 calories! Make them on the weekend and have breakfast ready all week long!
Sponsored By Red Gold

Bacon and Potato Frittata with Greens

Rating: 5 stars 51
This is a wonderful meal anytime of day or night. My grandfather used to make frittatas quite often. Instead of finishing a frittata under the broiler he would cook it halfway, put a plate on top of the pan, flip the pan over, and slide the frittata back into the pan to cook the other side. Sometimes a frittata would stick; other times the hot oil would drip on him as he performed this maneuver. It was during these moments that I learned all the really good Italian curse words I still use to this day.