Food on Fridays: Breakfast Casseroles

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Food on Fridays with Ann

Sorry I’m late! I hosted Thanksgiving dinner, and then we had three overnight guests.This morning, we’re celebrating the birthday of one of our guests and hosting a brunch.Here’s our main dish for brunch:Bacon and egg casserole. And…Sausage and egg casseroles!Breakfast Casserole

  • 1 lb sausage or bacon, fried & drained
  • 8 eggs, beaten
  • 2 C milk
  • 3-4 pieces of bread, torn to bits
  • 2 1/2 C grated cheddar cheese
  • 1 t salt
  • 1 t dry mustard

Mix all ingredients and pour into greased 9×13 glass baking dish. Refrigerate overnight (or not, if in a hurry), so it will congeal and become more firm. Bake 350, for 45 mins. Let set a few minutes before serving. Can be made ahead, frozen right away; thawed and baked. (The sausage & egg was preferred by most.)


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  • Comments

    1. Your brunch casseroles sound wonderful. I love that you can make them the night before and bake them the following morning – that’s my kind of casserole! Thanks for hosting, and I hope you and yours enjoy the rest of the Thanksgiving weekend!

    2. What a wonderful suggestion to enjoy a cassarole for breakfast (or for a snack)
      Thank you for allowing us to share in your life!

    3. Sounds wonderful! I definitely will have to do this one! Our guys and company will love it.
      Hard to think of food after all we ate yesterday, but in a few minutes I will be posting “Italian Pancakes”. They are a Thanksgiving morning tradition at our home while watching the Macy’s Day Parade!
      Going to post it right now! Have a great weekend with loved ones gathered round.


    4. That looks so good: I love breakfast casserole although I’ve only had it with sausage. As my mom says, everything is better with bacon!

      Thanks for stopping by my blog! So happy to see you there.

      xo Erin


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