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No Fail Bacon & Cheese Soufflés

No Fail Bacon & Cheese Soufflés recipe
photo by:kraft
Forget everything you thought you knew about making a soufflé, because we've created a recipe that's no-fail. These mini soufflés are even more impressive because they're more
20 min
1 hr 10 min
12 servings
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they fell!!! the flavor really wasn't bad, I even took them to work for their opinions because I was planning on making them for our Easter Sunrise breakfast. However, it was pretty unanimous they weren't THAT good!
I made this last night for Bunco and all the ladies loved them. I will make this again but try it with spinach this time.
I made this recipe for a breakfast @ work and everyone loved it. I thought it was really good, but I agree with others that it probably would be better with more bacon than called for and maybe some onion for a little extra zip. My family is going to be going on a week long vacation with our horses. We will be camping and I wondered how it would do to make this recipe ahead and freeze. Then we could just pop in the microwave. Our camping is in a horse trailer with living quarters, no rustic camping for me.
I just made these last night and I thought they were very good. I added some onion to add a little more flavor. The nice thing was that my husband took the leftovers for breakfast the next morning and they reheated great!
I made this recipe for a Couples for Christ Bible Study Breakfast. It was the first time I made it and they turned out terrific. Everyone else enjoyed them too. They are definately reommended. As mentioned in some of the other comments, I'm thinking about adding alternate ingredients to add some punch.
Even though the recipe turned out very good for our Christmas morning breakfast, my family wanted a little more zip to it . Since mustard is not a favorite ingredient of my husband's, he suggested adding some onion (green onion would look pretty) or some dried red pepper flakes. It does reheat very well in the microwave, too!
My moms family was travel out of town and was stopping by my house for breakfast. I needed something quite, impressive and tasty . This was perfect. It was the first time I made it and I was rushings and the recipe was perfect. nothing went wrong breakfast was a hit. I served this along w/grits, turkey, ham, egg-onions and peppers, biscuits and a fruit bowl. The souffles made a big impack for soul food eater. Thanks. I love you guys, you make me look good.
My first souffle recipe and I shared them with friends and we thought they were great. I had left overs and warmed them up the next morning in the micro-wave and poured syrup on them and that was great also. I may be making them for a large group for Christmas brunch. Peg^..^
Although my family liked it, I'm not sure I want to make it again. Mine came out looking like the picture, but it just tasted like bacon, cheese scrambled eggs--well, almost. For the amount of time and effort involved, I expected something more WOW. One comforting note is that at least I can say I've made souffles :)
Great recipe. Liked it better without the bacon. May try it with chives. I did not use Pam. I buttered and floured the pan and they come out very easily.
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