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VELVEETA Egg & Veggie Bake

VELVEETA Egg & Veggie Bake recipe
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Every bite of our creamy, cheesy egg & vegetable bake is bursting with mushroom-broccoli goodness.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
1/31/2010
I made this recipe with a couple of additions. I added some cream cheese in with the velveeta for a bit of extra zing. it was really good and it's a great recipe to modify. I'm thinking of adding artichoke next time I make it. I did not have any problems with the runnyness of they eggs and it was done cooking in about 45 min. I did use a different size baking pan and it may have been a bit thinner than the recipe would have been otherwise... but no problems with that.
posted:
12/19/2009
I've made this twice now, and both times it took about an hour and 15 minutes to bake before the eggs were not runny. I have an oven thermometer to make sure the oven is staying true to temperature. I'm not sure why it takes so much longer. It's good once it's done cooking. The second time I left out the green onions because I didn't like them in the first one.
posted:
12/7/2009
I did not have Velveeta on hand so I used 2 cups of shredded Cheddar instead, but it was delicious. Also sauteed the veggies in butter first. The whole family, including my 1 year old gobbled it down and there were no leftovers.
posted:
12/2/2009
i was surprised at this. i hate eggs but i had some in the carton that had gotten cracked. really tastey. a little watery at first from the cheese, but that takes care of itself. thank you for not calling this a quiche, because if you had i never would have tried it. i'm not sure how often i'll make it again but it's on my list...
posted:
11/27/2009
Made this for Thanksgiving breakfast. I followed Momkapo's suggestion and added some ham but other than that, did not deviate from recipe at all. It was GREAT. Everyone loved it and it is a definite "make again". Not a single leftover. Next time I'm going to try it with spinach and bacon.
posted:
11/4/2009
My picky teenage son loved this and even tried it first w/o ketchup or any sauce. He said I could definitely make this again. Easy and delicious. I added ham to this dish since he is a meat eater.
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