Breakfast Casserole Recipe

Friday, January 1, 2016
I love all in one casserole dishes and this breakfast one feeds many people and so good! You can make it the way your family likes it just using your favorites cheese, meats or vegetables.
What better way than to make something special for whatever occasion it is?

Breakfast Casserole Recipe

1 package of 10 or 7.5 oz can biscuits or refrigerator crescent rolls 13x9 pan and double recipe

Egg Mixture:
 4 eggs or eggbeater equivalent measure
1 cup heavy cream or whole milk

Mix together the above ingredients set aside.

Cheese Suggestions:

Parmesan cheese for the top
1 1/2 cups Sharp Cheddar, Provolone, Swiss, Parmesan, Monterey Jack, Colby, Mozzarella or a medley of all them.

Meat Filling Suggestions:
Use 1/2 cup of any of these chopped meats or in combination. Italian sausage,  hot capicola ham, fried bacon, Canadian bacon, country-style sausage, or pepperoni.

Vegetable Suggestions:

For those that like vegetable quiche add 1/2 cup of any of this chopped vegetable in combination. 

Eggplant, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, roasted peppers, grated hash browns potatoes, escarole, jalapenos, or olives. 

Any other favorites can be added to this basic recipe.

Any combo's go together well, however, (using all vegetables you will need to squeeze out the juice of several of them before adding as this will make it too runny ) pick your choice. Add to egg mixture.

Spread dough to fit thinly in a greased assorted style pans, such as a glass medium square 9x9 or rectangle pan, individual greased Quiche' pans with removable bottoms, or you can also use individual cupcake pans, even a flan pan works well. 

Stretch the dough out into your preferred pan and  pre-bake dough for 5 minutes on 350 degrees until set not browned.

Take out and pour your quiche' mixture over the top of the dough, then add whatever ingredients, (meat or vegetables) you like topping with shredded cheese of choice. 

Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and bake on 400 degrees till brown...let sit for 5 minutes before serving.

Note: This one in the photo has hash browns on the bottom of the lined dough pan, then shredded cheddar and provolone. Added next is hot capicola.
Bacon and Sausages were cooked separately and served on the side.

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