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I prepared two of these casseroles and used flavored croutons. I prepared one and immediately baked it and the other I let sit over night. The one that sat over night was superior by far! It had a ton more flavor. I also chose to add a little more milk and a few extra eggs to the one I let sit overnight. Also added extra cheese. You can never have enought cheese.
Ok, here goes. I love, love, love this, however, my family is trying to eat healthier so I made some changes. First I omitted the butter entirely and used 1 egg plus 1 1/2 cups Egg Beaters. I used half regular cheese and half fat free cheese, fat free croutons and 1/2 C lower sodium, real bacon bits. I prepared it the night before and cooked for about an hour in a 9x13 pan and did not adjust the milk at all. It turned out wonderful (not soggy) and this altered version is so much healthier. I got 8 servings and froze some so I coukd just pull them out of the freezer and reheat in the microwave for a midweek breakfast. They reheated wonderfully in the microwave. Thank you so much!
I am testing out brunch recipes for the party I am having New Year's Eve and husband and I both agreed that this was very good. I chose this one over the other bacon/sausage casseroles because of the ingredients that I felt would give it more flavor......i.e. the flavored croutons and mustard. What a great touch! I used caesar salad croutons since thats what I had. I halved the recipe, however, since it was just hubby and I and made it in an 8x8 pan. Perfect for half the ingredients, which leads me to agree with another reviewer.....if making the full recipe in a 9x13, you should do 1.5 times the recipe, otherwise it will be a bit flat. At first I thought the bacon was too much, even at 6 slices for halved recipe, but it was perfect! I used red pepper since hubby doesn't like green.......has a very nice presentation and slices up well. Oh I still had to cook the full 40 min. even though I halved the recipe. Very tasty! Thanks for sharing. Unless I find a better one, this will make an appearance at the party.
This breakfast casserole was fantastic but I did make just a few changes based on other reviewers. I replaced the "soggy" croutons with potatoes (I used half a bag of frozen cubed hash browns - nuked for about 1 minute) and since I'm not a big fan of bacon I used fresh Italian breakfast sausage (out of the casings) which I cooked in a skillet drained and crumbled. I used 8 eggs and 2 cups of milk I only used about 1/3 of a green pepper and I added a teaspoon of onion powder and 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder. This casserole was SO delicious! I will make it again and again!!
Very good- you never know with custard (eggbased) recipes like this how they will turn out- I always worry about them being too gloopy but this was perfect. I did up the eggs and milk a bit and used garlic/cheese croutons as one other reviewer suggested- GREAT IDEA- FYI, I bought way too many croutons because I didn't know if one bag had 3 cups in it- now I know- a 16 oz bag of croutons is just the right amount. I also added chives. Will definitely make again!
This is very delicious and impressive to serve to guest. I made the smaller 8X8 version. I used 4 eggs and condensed milk a dash of cinnamon (sounds weird but it adds something) garlic cheese croutons and cheese crumbles by Kraft. As another reviewer mentioned 8X8 still needs 40min cooking time. I served w/ salsa (optional) Toast Corners (from this site) and CranApple Juice w/ fresh raspberries. This is something anyone can do and your guest(s) will rave!
First thanks to Scott for posting this fantastic recipe! I was looking for something a bit different that the traditional breakfast casseroles (which to me are pretty much all the same) for a breakfast at work. I made this recipe EXACTLY as written (except I used 8 eggs) using Marie Calenders cheese and garlic croutons 1/2 red and 1/2 green chopped peppers for Christmas and a really good cut of bacon and Mexican blend cheese and put it in the fridge overnight. Baked in the morning before work. Easy to layer croutons on the bottom then melted butter cheese egg/pepper mixture and top with bacon. The croutons you choose will be crucial to the outcome so pick something with tons of flavor. Might seem wierd but it is crucial. One little trick that may help...cook your bacon until done but not crispy still soft. I tore the bacon instead of crumbled in large chunks and on top of the dish it looked like big pieces of meat. (During the cooking the bacon doesn't become overcooked this way). When it came out of the oven it was so beautiful I wanted to take a picture of it! And of all the dishes at the breakfast mine was the one EVERYONE was talking about! Many requests for the recipe they wanted to know what was the "secret ingredient" that tasted so GREAT (croutons) and several that said they will not make a traditional breakfast casserole again! Hehehehe! This recipe made me a superstar at work! LOVE IT!:) And...cheesy easy as well. You can't go wr
I made this last month and although it did taste good my husband and I found that it wasn't very filling. By the time you did get full our calorie count was out the wah-zoo. The only difference I made was used turkey bacon instead of regular bacon. My 6 yr old raved about how tasty it was to her but she's not counting calories...lol.