Posted: 10/16/2012 8:41:45 AM
This was a great hit at work! I made it the night before and heated it in the oven an hour before I left for work covered with foil and it was still great and moist. When I baked it the night before, I did it for 50 mins.
I did do a little bit of variation with mine, I used the original steamed broccoli not with the cheese, sauteed my onions, added garlic powder, chives, parsley, salt & pepper, onion powder to the egg mixture, used 1 cup of milk and 1/2 heavy cream, and a small bag of real bacon bits. It was delish, everyone at work was raving about it.
Will deff make it again!
Posted: 10/1/2012 1:38:36 PM
After a half dozen variations, I have to say it's always a success, and sometimes the leftovers can taste even better sliced like bread and toasted in a toaster oven, served on their own, or on the side with pancakes or french toast.
I like more cheese, and just use a 8 biscuit package since it's the same work to get 3 more servings.
If you have one of the 'Magic Brownie' pans, I like the way it gives me 15 preformed portions, and everyone gets all the crispy edges they want. Cut up biscuits in small pieces and toss gently in egg mixture, mix everything together in a bowl as you go, then pour
Posted: 7/13/2012 9:11:01 PM
It was good. Would make it differently next time. Maybe some green and red peppers. Almost like a western omelet. Fresh veg instead of the frozen. Just do your prep work the night before and it can be very simple to use the fresh veg.
Posted: 1/22/2012 2:36:14 PM
A hit every Christmas morning breakfast! Now requested every year.
Posted: 1/5/2012 8:52:54 AM
This is the best breakfast casserole I've ever made. I've only had the recipe a short while but have made it at least 6 times ... always a hit!
Delicious and so easy! said:
Posted: 12/7/2011 11:24:44 AM
I made this for xmas breakfast one year and it was delicious. The only complaint I have is I prepared it and baked it the day before and when I microwaved it the next morning the crust got a little hard and rubbery. I wonder if I can make it ahead of time w/o baking it and bake it the next day??
Posted: 10/26/2011 6:43:30 AM
I made this for dinner last night and it was a big hit! I had to leave out the onions and mushrooms to satisfy different taste buds in our family. I also added the remaining cheese from 8 oz bags to the top the last 10 minutes of baking. I will definitely make it again :-)
Posted: 8/17/2011 1:34:57 PM
I made this recipe as directed, except for the following changes. I purchased the Grands biscuits that had 8 in the can and didn't realize that I only needed the can with 5 biscuits, so I cut up and used all 8 biscuits. I used an extra can of mushrooms and no onions, and then topped the whole thing off with the remaining 4oz. of cheddar and 4oz of swiss from the 8oz. bags of cheese. My family really enjoyed this, maybe next time I will try more broccoli and sausage instead of ham.
Posted: 8/7/2011 10:49:25 PM
I tried a low-carb version of this without the biscuits and with cubed corned beef instead of ham. It was delicious & my husband loved it. Great with salsa.