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Thread: Recipe for "Make a-head" breakfast casserole for Easter Sunday

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    Recipe for "Make a-head" breakfast casserole for Easter Sunday

    I will be making a casserole for Easter Sunday breakfast at the church. I would like to make this Saturday night and bake Sunday morning.. Would appreciate any suggestions.
    Thanks
    Joyplace

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    How about this one? You could make 2pans full if needed. From Bob Evans

    http://www.bobevans.com/Recipe/190/M...nch-Toast-Bake
    Pat C

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    never had it. but it does sound delish.. i may make that up..
    ​debra

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    Goodness as an English woman and not familiar with all the ingrediants in America that sounds fantastic, wonder if I could make something similar? x Letty

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    I have never made this ahead the night before, but it is really good!

    Breakfast Pizza

    1# bulk pork sausage
    1 pkg crescent rolls (refrigerated)
    1 cup frozen shredded hashbrowns, thawed
    1 cup grated cheddar cheese (or use mixture cheddar/mozzerella)
    5 eggs
    cup milk
    tsp salt and pepper
    2 Tbls grated parmesan cheese

    Preheat oven to 375 degrees

    Brown sausage, drain. Separate crescent rolls into 8 triangles, place on ungreased 12” pizza pan
    with points towards the center and press over bottom of pan and up side sealing perforations to form a crust.
    Spoon sausage over crust, and sprinkle with potatoes. Top with cheddar cheese.
    Beat eggs, milk, salt and pepper and pour over crust. Sprinkle with parmesan.

    Bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes

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    Brunch Bake

    Mix the night before serving.

    In a 9X13 pan layer:


    7 slices bread with crusts cut off
    1 slice American cheese on each piece of bread
    1 cup of cubed ham ( I just layer it and maybe a little more across the pan)
    4 slices bacon, fried, drained and crumbled
    1/2 roll Jimmy Dean mild sausage (or regular) fried and crumbled (approx 3/4 c.)
    1/2 c. diced onion or minced onion to taste
    diced green pepper to taste
    1 c. shredded mild cheddar cheese
    another layer 7 slices of bread, no crusts

    Mix together and pour over bread layer:

    1/4 tsp. salt
    1/4 tsp. pepper
    1/2 tsp. dry mustard
    6 eggs
    4 c. milk

    Cover pan with foil and refrigerate overnight.
    Take out of frige
    Combine:
    1 c. crushed cornflakes
    6 tbsp. melted butter or margerine

    Spread this over the bread layer.
    Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
    Cut and serve.


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    The Brunch Bake Casserole is what my family always had on Christmas morning. You'll like it!

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    We do the brunch bake, too.

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    The Baked French Toast Casserole at www.pauladeen.com is make ahead and very good, but sweet and rich.

    If you don't want something sweet, then the following recipe from my family cookbook is also very good.

    Breakfast Eggs

    8 eggs, beaten enough to mix well
    1 c grated cheddar or American cheese
    6 to 8 slices bread, cubed
    1.5 lbs. bulk pork sausage, browned and drained (don't overcook)
    1/4 t. dry mustard
    1 tsp salt
    2 c milk
    Optional: 1 sm can chopped green chiles

    The night before, mix all the ingredients together. Pour into a buttered baking dish (9 x 13). Cover and refrigerate overnight. Bake uncovered the next morning at 350 for 35 minutes until mixture is set and lightly browned. Serves 8-12.

    We serve this with Pace salsa.

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    We do the Brunch Breakfast, and put a lot of blueberries on top, before it goes in fridge for the night. Then after baked,
    we pour butterey pancake syrup over each serving.
    Quilting People are the Best, Have a great sewing day!
    DonnaJ

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