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Sky-High Brunch Bake

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All we ask of brunch is that it knock our socks off. And this make-ahead bake with puff pastry-wrapped bacon, cheesy eggs and spinach does just that.
20 min
1 hr 15 min
12 servings
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I make this for Easter Brunch at my house every year. Everyone loves it!
the pastry smelled like glue when assembling the meal, and once it came out of the oven it didn't look flakey, but rather mushy-- and it tasted and smelled like it was sour... the insides of the meal were good, like a quiche, but the pastry crust was disgusting. I would probably make the insides with a pizza crust outside instead of the pastry crust if we make it again.
This is an awesome recipe and very easy to make. I took it to share as an hors d'ouevre. The presentation was great, the taste fantastic. A keeper. Great for any time of day.
This was delicious, fancy and everyone loved it! I only used one box of spinach and added a cup of sliced mushrooms and diced an onion and pre-cooked that to make sure it didn't add extra moisture to the dish. It was great - would do it again exactly the same way.
While it tasted very good, when we cut into it, the filling ran all over the plate. It wasn't firm at all! Did I do something wrong? I did substitute 1 box of chopped broccoli instead of 2 boxes of chopped spinach (1 broccoli & 1 spinach) but I don't think that should have made a big difference. I just wonder - what happened?
This was Beautiful and delicious. I agree w other posters that the first time it was a bit bland so I now use roasted red pepper, a little extra cheddar, 2 generous dashes of hot sauce and 1/4 t. red pepper flakes and a couple of dashes of garlic powder. I always make it the evening before and bake in the morning. always turns out great..
I love this recipe. My sister use to make it for our girls brunch. I made it for my co-workers and they loved it and wanted the recipe! Great recipe.
I've made this about a dozen times now. Use it frequently for a meal to deliver to new parents along with muffins. It is relatively forgiving, but I agree with others that there is just a tad too much spinach (I use about 1.5 pkgs). I also add at least 2 more eggs and even though I'm generally very salt conscious, I usually add more salt and/or bacon to this recipe because it can be a bit bland without it. Does great in a 9X13 pan, too.
Delicious! Could add different things to the filling. I did add some mushrooms.
Really simple and simply delicious!! I altered the recipe slightly after reading other reviews re: blandness and added my own spin on it by including green onions, bell peppers, cayenne pepper, seasoned salt, garlic powder, black pepper, and mozzarella cheese. I also tasted as I went along to make sure it wasn't too salty or not seasoned enough. The presentation of it was beautiful and everyone raved about how delicious it was. They all thought it was store bought or catered. What a treat!
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