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Old Sun, Oct-26-03, 17:06
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Default Breakfast casserole

I threw this together this morning because I was tired of the same old scrambled eggs and meat thing.

Breakfast Casserole.

1/2 # sausage, browned and drained
1/4 cup chopped onion
5 slices bacon, cooked crisp and cooled so you can break it up
4 mushrooms sliced or 'chunked'
2-3 cups shredded cheddar cheese
8 eggs, beaten
1/2 cup cream
1/2 tsp garlic powder
salt and pepper to taste

Mix sausage, onion, bacon & mushrooms together and placed in bottom of a glass casserole dish.

Spread cheese over top of mixture.

Mix eggs, cream, garlic powder, salt & pepper well. Pour evenly over the casserole, making sure its evenly distributed.

Place in 325 oven for 45-50 minutes (time varies by the container and your oven)

All sorts of possibilities for experimentation here -- ham, peppers, different kinds of cheese, ect ect ect.....
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Old Tue, Oct-28-03, 12:14
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That sounds yummy! I'm going to put it in my recipe file!
Eri
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Old Sun, Aug-05-07, 12:00
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would something like this be good if cooked and then frozen? I work 2 jobs and i am always on the run something i could grab and go with would be great i have tiny fridge and microwave at my day job. and anything that i can make multiple servings of would work great.
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Old Sun, Aug-05-07, 14:34
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would something like this be good if cooked and then frozen? I work 2 jobs and i am always on the run something i could grab and go with would be great i have tiny fridge and microwave at my day job. and anything that i can make multiple servings of would work great.
I do something similar to this in a muffin tin. Sprinkle a little sausage or diced meat into each cup of the muffin tin, top that with your choice of chopped veggies, then top the veggies with the shredded cheese of your choice. Beat some eggs (add cream or not, as you prefer). Pour the beaten eggs into each muffin cup very slowly, so they have time to trickle down through and around the cheese, veggies and meat.

I have frozen these, and thawed them in the microwave later on. They tasted great! The only thing I noticed was that there was some liquid on the plate when I removed them from the microwave. This might not occur if they were thawed in the fridge. Anyway, now I just put a folded paper towel on the plate and remove it when I'm ready to eat the muffins.
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Old Wed, Aug-08-07, 04:55
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that sounds tasty. Thanks for recipe!
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That muffin tin is a great idea, I have small kids and they would love that in the morning! Fast Breakfast on the go!
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Old Sat, May-03-08, 11:15
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It was delicious! I put bacon, pork chop, green chilies, left over steamed broccoli & cauliflower, mushrooms, onion... omg it was divine! All topped with melted cheese... Thanks for the tip!
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Old Mon, Jun-02-08, 13:16
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I do something similar to this in a muffin tin. Sprinkle a little sausage or diced meat into each cup of the muffin tin, top that with your choice of chopped veggies, then top the veggies with the shredded cheese of your choice. Beat some eggs (add cream or not, as you prefer). Pour the beaten eggs into each muffin cup very slowly, so they have time to trickle down through and around the cheese, veggies and meat.

I have frozen these, and thawed them in the microwave later on. They tasted great! The only thing I noticed was that there was some liquid on the plate when I removed them from the microwave. This might not occur if they were thawed in the fridge. Anyway, now I just put a folded paper towel on the plate and remove it when I'm ready to eat the muffins.


This sounds great! How long do you bake these before you freeze them?
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Old Tue, Jun-03-08, 19:41
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Just finished making this! YUM! Thanx!
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Old Mon, Nov-24-08, 18:10
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This sounds great - I was looking for a filling "Thanksgiving morning" breakfast thing to make!
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Old Thu, Nov-27-08, 09:48
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I did make this for Thanksgiving morning - I was hoping to have some leftovers to eat tomorrow and managed to salvage just a little square! My family demolished this - it was great!
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Old Thu, Nov-27-08, 20:14
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"casserole" isn't the word I'd put on it -- not sure if it sounds more like an omelette or a frittata.
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Old Tue, Jan-06-09, 15:56
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:0 thanks for the recipe.. Love casserole... yum!
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Old Tue, Jan-06-09, 17:36
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I make a similar one with jalepenos~, taco meat or chorizo, crumble cheese, avocado, salsa, onions, your right the possibilities are endless
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Old Sat, Jan-17-09, 13:13
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Definitely gonna make this tomorrow. Thanks!
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