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    breakfast cacasseroles?

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    i want to make one for christmas mornin but i am completely in the dark with them. what are your tried and true breakfast casseroles?
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    I have quite a few...PM me and I"ll send you the recipes tomorrow. I have a pecan french toast, a bacon & cheese and a sausage one! Also how to feed 6 people omelets in 13 minutes..
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    Quote Originally Posted by erickson007 View Post
    i want to make one for christmas mornin but i am completely in the dark with them. what are your tried and true breakfast casseroles?
    So I've decided I'm movin in with you lol you always come up with these awesome food ideas! Teach me to be domestic woman LOL
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    I scrambled a dozen eggs, cook some maple sausage, mix them together, throw it in a casserole dish with cheese on top and put it in the oven until the cheese melts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayo View Post
    I have quite a few...PM me and I"ll send you the recipes tomorrow. I have a pecan french toast, a bacon & cheese and a sausage one! Also how to feed 6 people omelets in 13 minutes..
    OMG these sound delicious. Could you post them or do you want everyone to PM you?
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    breakfast souffle

    16 slices white bread (crusts removed)
    8 slices ham
    8 slices old english cheese (cheddar can be used if you cant find this)
    6 eggs, beaten
    3 cups milk
    1 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp dry mustard
    1 1/2 cups cornflakes (crushed)
    1 stick margarine/butter (melted)

    In a 9x13 inch baking dish layer bread, ham, cheese, bread. Mix eggs, milk, salt + dry mustard. Pour over the layers.

    *LET STAND OVERNIGHT* in the fridge

    Put cornflakes on top. Pour margarine/butter over everything. Bake at 350 for 1 hour.

    just a disclaimer, since this is a "souffle" it doesn't travel well so it's best made at home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayo View Post
    I have quite a few...PM me and I"ll send you the recipes tomorrow. I have a pecan french toast, a bacon & cheese and a sausage one! Also how to feed 6 people omelets in 13 minutes..
    ok can you PLEASE send me the bacon cheese and sausage one. PLEASE!!!!!!
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    http://www.recipezaar.com/270051

    a friend gave me this one and makes it all the time, i just posted it on zaar
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    DH loves it made with broccoli florets, eggs, sausage, shredded cheddar cheese and bisquits on top. I cook the broccoli, eggs, and sausage like the package says and then I make a layer of each with cheddar cheese sprinkled in between. I mix them all up and then I bake the bisquits and when they are almost done I take them out and lay them on top the casserole and bake until the biscuits are all the way done and the cheese melted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen View Post
    http://www.recipezaar.com/270051

    a friend gave me this one and makes it all the time, i just posted it on zaar
    Looks like a good recipe site. Thanks for posting it.
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