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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.
20 min
3 hr 55 min
8 servings
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This looks very good and I look forward to making it in the near future.. I am sure it would be very good reheated in the microwave for a short period of time if there were leftovers. I am a vegetarian so I would leave out the meat but would add marianated artichoke hearts, sun dried tomatoes and maybe a few different mushrooms.
Looks good! Cannot wait for my wife to bake it!
I've been making this for years (doubled) also known as egg souffle ... 2 layers of bread cheese and sausage and just the egg mixture without peppers or mushrooms. Top with curshed corn flakes ... bake one hour in a 9x13 pan ... the kids like it so much that they know make it for me -- thanskgiving, Christmas, new years and easter ... I'm sure it will be a family tradition for generations!
kind of dry, not sure if it's because I doubled the recipe to feed a crowd, so had to increase the baking time; family like it
I made this dish for my family on a Sunday morning. It's easy because you do most of the work the night before, all you have to do is get up and put it in the oven. It made getting everyone ready for church much less hectic. I also made it with sausage instead the other meats and it was wonderful!
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