Posted: 3/9/2013 1:28:51 PM
So if 1 large egg = 1/4 cup then you would need 12 large eggs total for 3 cups I figure. Has anyone tried this using regular large eggs instead of the egg product? I'm wondering if the egg product gives it a different flavor than if using regular eggs? Thanks!
Posted: 1/22/2013 6:06:57 PM
one large egg equals about 1/4 of a cup. Why don't you just crack eggs into your measuring cup to equal 3 cups?
Posted: 11/30/2012 10:42:10 AM
If I want to use regular eggs, what is the suggested proportion?
Posted: 9/5/2010 4:37:13 PM
Had friends stay over and for breakfast on their way home to another state. Actually browned the sausage and cut up the bread two days before the casserole was baked. After they went to bed the night before, it took no time at all to assemble the casserole. My husband popped it in the oven the next morning and by the time we were all up, it was ready. Everybody raved about it, and the few leftovers heated up beautifully, too. This is definitely a keeper!
Angel MW said:
Posted: 6/23/2008 9:20:30 AM
I made this for a brunch at my husbands hospital and it was a hit. The doctor's and nurse's were eating almost as fast as I was setting it out. The recipe is very easy and is now a permanent dish for my catering. Thanks pillsbury!!!!!!
Auntie Boo said:
Posted: 3/18/2008 11:40:09 AM
My daughter and I recently had a brunch wedding shower for one of her dear friends. We chose this recipe for the main dish.
I was a huge hit. Not only is it very simple to make but equally delicious. We had over 30 people and this was the first thing chosen to eat. This won out over donuts, and all kinds of various sweets. Thank you Pillsbury. Keep up the good work.