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Sky-High Brunch Bake

Sky-High Brunch Bake recipe
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All we ask of brunch is that it knock our socks off. And this 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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This was great! I didn't have a 9" springform pan so I used a regular pan. The recipie worked exactly the same. I followed the recipie as instructed to, but at the end I carefully flipped mine upside down. Also, you may want to season the puffed pastery before putting in the pan. I used some oregano and a teaspoon of garlic salt mixed with garlic powder. The redipie came out great. Also, add into your egg-wash some freshly ground black pepper for a kick. Serve with a store bought honey mustard glaze blended with cream, flour, and sugar. Drizzle over the top, and there you have it. A dinner that will satisfy even the most picky people and is a fan-favorite.
I followed the recipe as instructed. I did not have a 9" springform pan so I used my 10" springform worked just as well. It was a little bit bland and I would advise adding a little salt to the mixture to your liking before baking.
I followed other reviewers' advice and did not layer the ingredients, but just mixed them all up and poured them in. I thought it turned out just fine that way. I also used a 9x13 glass baking dish, which worked fine as well. Other changes included substituting a third of the eggs for egg substitute, turkey bacon for the regular bacon, and reduced-fat cheese for the regular cheese. It was a bit heavy and a little bland. My guests all thought it was good, but no one raved about it.
This was a great dish. My family loved it.
Extremely simple and so elegent looking on our brunch table. Didn't have a springform pan but it still looked great in a low bowl and was very easy to serve. Even the smallest grandchild enjoyed this dish.
This recipe was better the next day. The flavor of the peppers calmed down. I would still add a pinch of salt. I am making this for the teachers luncheon next week. I am sure it will be a hit.
I have make this three times and it's been a hit every time! I don't have a spring form pan, I use my Pamper Chef pie pan and it works just fine! I don't roll the puff pastry either, just trim the edges to form a circle around the top and shape to appear hand made. Loved my everyone that eats it.
I made this for a baby shower at work. Everyone LOVED this. They compared me to Rachel Ray!
Reduce spinach amount to 1 box. Way too dense. Add spices such as Dash.
I made this using fat free cheeses and egg substitute and it came out awesome. This is one of the best recipes I've made.
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