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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 this make-ahead bake with puff-pastry-wrapped bacon, cheesy eggs and spinach does just that.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 15 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
4/19/2009
I made this for Easter and I was disappointed. I did make it the night before but it is nothing more than a quiche. Although I added onions and more herbs..it was rather bland...and heavy! My quiche is much lighter and tastier.
posted:
4/11/2009
Made Easter 2009. Really good and loved that it was in the pastry. Needed more spice - more bacon or sausage, onion, salt & pepper.
posted:
4/11/2009
My family LOVED it!!! I prepared everything the night before, then assembled and baked in the morning. Easy and delicious
posted:
3/20/2009
very dissapointed, with the 2 cheeses, bacon and peppers we thought it would have more flavor and moisture. nobody liked it. I chose it cause of the high ratings so all that proves is that our taste buds don't agree with the majority and thats okay, isn't it!
posted:
1/6/2009
A very good recipe that can be catered according to your personal taste. I followed other reviewers suggestions and added sun dried tomatoes. I also added chopped turkey pepperoni, extra hot sauce and used reduced fat cheddar. Next time I will try to lighten it up with cottage cheese instead of ricotta and reduced fat crescent roll dough instead of puff pastry.
posted:
12/28/2008
This was delicious. We made it last year for a brunch and everyone has asked for it again this year. It looks very pretty and impressive.
posted:
12/14/2008
I made this recipe for a women's brunch at my church and received rave reviews from the 22 of 23 who sampled it. Not only was it delicious but beautiful as well! Definitely a keeper.
posted:
11/24/2008
I made this twice, and it is amazing. Takes a little longer than is says, but is worth it! I added onions and sun dried tomatoes. I also did 1 cup cheddar and 1/2 cup feta. This helped make it not bland and not need salt. Cut out about 1/4 cup of the spinach and added that much more ricotta. Make the night before(I did not bake it until the next morning). Perfect!
posted:
10/14/2008
I made this for my girlfriends from college. They liked it much better than I did to the point they are going to make it for their families. One friend doens't like red peppers so I substituted finely chopped onions which I sauted (the only reason why I sauted them was to remove as much water as possible so that the quiche would not be runny from the moisture content of the onions). Using quiche lorraine as my inspiration, I substituted guyere cheese instead of cheddar.
posted:
8/26/2008
I made this for a brunch & everyone loved it! No leftovers! I didn't have a springform pan, so I used an 8x8 baking dish. Came out perfectly. Because of the lack of seasoning, I added more hot sauce, a good shaking of seasoned salt, & lots of pepper. I also just mixed all of the ingredients together instead of layering, which made it a lot easier to assemble. This is definitely "a keeper!"
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