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Easy Oven Brunch Bake

Easy Oven Brunch Bake recipe
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There's lots of good stuff in our Easy Oven Brunch Bake (including eggs, cheese and ham), but if time is tight you'll especially love the "easy" part.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
3 hr 55 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
8/8/2014
I have made this recipe several times and each time it is a little different. For the people that I have cooked it for, loves the recipe
posted:
6/23/2011
Very easy and tasty recipe. Added salt and pepper for extra flavoring and cooked at 350 degrees. Most time consuming part is chopping up everything. Good recipe.
posted:
4/4/2010
The flavor was wonderful, but had trouble getting casserole done. Maybe my oven? But I will increase the oven temperature to 350 degrees next time. Had to finish cooking in the microwave with starving people lined up waiting for food!
posted:
11/24/2009
Very good will make again!!
posted:
6/25/2009
I had the store cube the French bread for me and it made it so much easier. I also added browned spicy sausage, I amde two big pnas and there wasn't much left!
posted:
3/9/2008
So easy and so yummy! My family loved it and I can't wait to make it again. Good for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
posted:
2/24/2008
Tastes great and is sooo easy to make the night before having breakfast company!
posted:
2/21/2008
Left out the bacon and ham because... well.. I don't eat pig. The cubed bread had no effect... But the recipe lacks actual flavor (no salt, pepper, anything?)
posted:
1/2/2008
Made two casseroles for Christmas breakfast. They came out terrible. There didn't seem to be enough eggs and milk in the dish. It didn't rise very much, and it looked unappetizing.
posted:
12/19/2007
My family loves this for Sunday morning breakfasts! I replaced the meat with turkey sausage links, use fat free milk, skim cheese, and whole wheat bread. I also skip the mustard, as this is not a favorite flavor in my house! I use red, green, and yellow peppers for more flavor.
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