Sunday, January 16, 2011

Recipe: Breakfast Casserole

This is a very tasty recipe from my son in law.  It is easy and can be frozen after cooking to enjoy at a later date.  Just defrost, allow to come to room temperature and warm in the oven or heat each serving in the microwave.
BREAKFAST CASSEROLE
(printable recipe)
Ingredients:
Bread with crust removed (sourdough recommended)
1 pound bacon, fried and crumbled
1/2 pound grated Swiss cheese
1/2 pound grated cheddar cheese
6 eggs
3 cups milk
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
Directions:
Line greased 9x12 pan with bread, cover with fried and crumbled bacon, add cheeses (shredded), beat eggs with milk and salt.   Pour over cheeses.  
Refrigerate overnight.
Bake at 350' for one hour.  Also freezes well after baking.
Note: I could not find sourdough bread so used a substitute and did not remove crust.  
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54 comments:

momstheword said...

Oh yummy! Looks delicious. That would be real handy to have on hand when you were having overnight guests too.

Thanks for linking up to Making Your Home Sing Monday!

Anonymous said...

Oh I must try out this recipe tomorrow morning! Thanks for sharing.

The Mrs. said...

yum! that looks great!

Boogieboard Cottage said...

Yum! This sounds just like quiche, except you use bread instead of pie crust. I think I'm going to use this recipe at my next pot luck, thanks! Mary :O)

QueenB said...

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The Coupon Posse' said...

Yummers! We love breakfast casserole, and I agree, sourdough bread is the best for it :)

Leah

Kristen said...

I love the combination of cheeses in this...sounds delicious!!!

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Close to home said...

newest follower from tuesday blog hop, also hosting $20 gift card giveaway on myblog, come enter.

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love egg casseroles,

grace said...

that sounds fantastic. Will have to give that a try. Will modify for the two of us.

cheryl@scrapaddict4sure said...

Wow a reason to use sourdough bread awesome!

Jill said...

Mmmm! Another yummy recipe!

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Mich aka Pixe's Treasure Chest said...

Oh, this sounds so tasty! I think I'm gonna try these, and freeze individual portions...I've got a bad habit of not eating breakfast!

5Star Digital Scrapbooking said...

This looks DELICIOUS i am going to have to try i've been looking for a great brunch recipe

Sherrie said...

this may have to replace my egg strata recipe. Sounds yummy. Thanks.

Kim said...

Mmmmm sounds delish! Newest follower from Catch a wave Wed hop!

Christina A-BEAR said...

Heaven in a casserole! Totally making this on Saturday morning! Thanks for the recipe!

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Crystal Jigsaw said...

I love the Raglan sweaters below, the yellow is beautiful, just right to keep a smile on ones face.

And this recipe looks great. You're very talented.

CJ xx

Aphrodite's Mortal Friend (ME) said...

Always make that on Christmas morning- and we always eat every bite! Following from Thursday Friend Cafe- hope to see you by my place soon!

It's A Priceless Life said...

Yummo!!! That sounds and looks delish!!!
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Coupon Queen said...

Hi, I stopped over on the Thursday blog hop and am now following. I love this recipe, I think I could make it without buring down the kitchen! I love your whole blog and the pictures along the side make me want to travel again something bad. I am off to go puruse the rest of your blog, it all looks wonderful!

Misty said...

I'm a new follower from the Thirsty Thursday Blog Hop! I Would love a follow back :) It would be awesome if you could also follow me on Networked Blogs & Facebook too! You could also stumble my blog if you like and that would be awesome too :-)

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Glenda/MidSouth said...

Sounds and looks yummy. I love a good breakfast cass., but I have to stay from eggs as much as possible.
Thanks for sharing.

LocalFunForKids said...

That sounds like a great recipe. You should come link up with 'Fun for Kids Friday' http://www.localfunforkids.com/

wacki04@TheKing'sCourt IV said...

Looks yummy! I love a good casserole! Thanks for sharing :)

Manzanita said...

From the Friday Blog Hop. Looks scrump-tillious for company breakfast.
Manzanita
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Jan said...

Hello! I found you on Blog Hop Thursday and am now following. Oh my gosh... this recipe looks delish! We have a lot of the same interests, so I'm excited to follow your posts. :)
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Debbie said...

I like that this can be frozen after cooking...makes life easier:)

Tracey M. said...

I love the idea of a breakfast casserole. I was just reading up on "strata" which sounds very similar. I am bookmarking this one!

...visiting from Tot Tuesdays.

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

This looks really good!! I make something similar with croissants instead of the bread. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

Rumtruffle said...

Hopping by to say Hi via FF40+.Thats sounds delicious, I love anything with bread and cheese!
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Hug a tree with me said...

this dish looks very yummy:) fun friday follower
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A Gracious Home said...

Wow! That is a great dish. I can't wait to try it. It's especially nice being able to freeze. Doylene

Mrs. H said...

Ummm YUM!! Going to have to try this one out. I'm a new follower from the Saturday hop and looking forward to reading!

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Katie said...

Looks very good!!

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Karen said...

I just had a similar breakfast casserole at my daughter's house, she used potatoes instead of bread because I can't eat wheat--it was really good.

Nicole Feliciano said...

What a great brunch recipe. Thanks so much for sharing with Momtrends.

Musings By Michele said...

LOVE finding new recipes!
Thanks for sharing



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Wendy said...

WOW! That looks fantastic! I love a make ahead bfast dish! YUM! Thanks for linking up to Tip Day Thursday.

Wendy
Around My Family Table

Donna said...

Looks great! I'm a new follower from So Followed Sat. Blog Hop.

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Laura said...

Looks yummy:) New GFC follower from So Followed Saturday.

Have a great weekend.

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Erica Hall said...

YAY!!!! A way for me to use up some eggss!!!! I'm a new follower - html://365daysasmom.blogspot.com

Wife on the Roller Coaster said...

New follower from So Followed Saturday. Nice to meet you!

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Donnie said...

I've made ones similar for brunch and always appreciate a new recipe.

Nancy said...

I love breakfast casseroles!
Visiting from the Friday blog hop. So nice to meet you. Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
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Galit Breen said...

Sounds (And looks!) delicious! And I love the fact that the recipe is from your son-in-law! Cu-ute! :)

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Laura PARING DOWN said...

Hi, there!

I'm following from the Pink Dandy blog hop.

LOVE your blog, and I look forward to checking out all of those travel photos. Gorgeous!

Hope you'll follow back.

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Tanya (a Taste of T) said...

Mmmm this looks tasty!

Christy said...

oh my...this looks amazing! how great to bake it, then freeze....that makes planning ahead easy. thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club!

Holly said...

I love recipes like this for breakfast...perfectly filling and yummy!

PS_Iloveyou said...

I found your blog on Follow Me Back Tuesday and I'm floored that I haven't come across it sooner because it's awesome! I can't wait to try this recipe, it looks super YUM!

I'm following you now so I look forward to seeing more posts soon!

Hot Mess Mom said...

This looks AMAZING!!! I can't wait to try it!

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