Everyone needs that egg casserole recipe that is a Gr8 stand-by to have when folks are spending the night and you want to serve a complete breakfast in the morning. Your guests can wake up to a wonderful smell from the kitchen and they will be sure you slaved all morning. Nope, you made it the day before!
Or you might need a recipe for your leftover holiday ham. Well, here you are. I found this recipe on a Gr8 website, cozycountryliving.com. It is a recipe that you can tweak using the ingredients you have on hand and one that is so easy to prepare ahead of time.
The best thing about a casserole is that it is a one dish wonder and feeds many! My kids always top this one with a bit of Tabasco or salsa, grab a glass of juice and enjoy a fulfilling and healthy breakfast meal ~ or anytime meal!
Edited from the original publication of September 10, 2016.
Recipe adapted from www.cozycountryliving.com
Spread 1/2 of the potato mixture into the baking dish.
Pour the egg mixture over the casserole.
Bake uncovered for 30 minutes more or until golden on top and not runny in the middle. (The dish you use and the thickness of the casserole will determine the length of baking time.) Bake until the egg is set.
To save time and make the casserole the day before, prepare through step #7. The next day, add the egg mixture and bake.
• This is one of those recipes that you can play with! Sometimes I add mushrooms when sautéing the peppers, or add whatever kind of cheese I have, or add asparagus instead of broccoli.
• Leftover casserole can be stored in the refrigerator for 2 – 3 days and warmed in the oven or microwave.
• Serve with your favorite hot sauce or salsa for extra flavor and Enjoy!