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Easy Brunch Bake

Easy Brunch Bake recipe
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One tempting whiff of the bacon in our brunch bake, and there'll be a line at the table. With cheese, eggs and savory stuffing, they'll never guess it's better for them.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
1/2/2007
I made this over the weekend and it was a hit. Even the teenagers, who are picky eaters, rnjoyed it! It's a keeper.
posted:
12/31/2006
Not only does this dish taste great, but it is colorful with the red and green! We thought it was perfect and it was so easy to prepare.
posted:
12/30/2006
Excellent. I added some onion. We had it for dinner and a fruit compote along with it. I used whole wheat stuffing mix.
posted:
12/30/2006
We loved this casserole. I did make a few additions: 1 tomato (seeded and chopped), a small can of sliced mushrooms (drained and rinsed), 1/4 cup of chopped onion, 1/4 tsp garlic powder and 1 tsp of basil. It was a great way to get everyone to eat their vegies. Oh, I think the next time I'll do 1/2 lowfat cheddar 1/2 pepperjack for zing!
posted:
12/30/2006
We thought this didn't have any flavor, and was not very good! The only thing different I did ,was saute and cut up part of a lite kielbasa smoked sausage, instead of bacon, and added Mushrooms, along with what the recipe called for... My Grandkids dropped over, and didn't like it either, and there teenagers.. I threw it out...
posted:
12/29/2006
I used bacon pieces from the salad bar to save time on the bacon preparation. Very good!
posted:
12/28/2006
I haven't made this yet-New Years coming up, but I always have ham so I will substitute ham for the bacon, use 4 eggs instead of egg whites and whatever cheese I have in the house. This is great bcuz you can sub the ingredients and still have a great tasting dish. Love that it can be made up ahead too.
posted:
12/28/2006
I used 1 pack of (6 oz) Stove Top (Chicken Flavor) Stuffing 3 cups of Milk A pack of Frozen (brocolli/couliflower/carrots)medloy Cheddar Sharp Cheese in flat square shapes. (Left over from my cheese spread for the holidays) That never got put out. 4 eggs. I just tossed it in my 13X9 Pan starting with the milk and stuffing broke up the frozen veggies so they were all seprated and flat in the dish layed out the cheese and poured the eggs all over the top. I mixed a little as I went so the stuffing and things were evenly spread out in the pan. Shredded cheese would probably been better, but it not only looks GREAT. It turned out DELICIOUS.. Baked 45min at 350 Degrees. The best part is I saw this recipe, and said I have most of this in the house and you can always subs. to fit your fancy. I made this with stuff I had around the house. I love that! EASY AND DELICIOUS.
posted:
12/28/2006
Very good dish and easy to make! I left out the bacon as I was trying to modify it for my vegetarian nephew..it was soooo good. I think I enjoyed it more than he will. I could be an any time meal; great for a light lunch at the office.
posted:
12/28/2006
My husband can't eat spinach as he is allergic to it. Any suggestions as to what I can substitute? Recipe sound superb and I'd like to try it this weekend.
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