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We really liked this but I did change it up a bit. I didn't have an hour to wait for breakfast so I made this on the stove. I followed the recipe other then I only added about three tablespoons of milk instead of a cup. We all enjoyed this.
We had this for dinner and it was very enjoyable. The only problem was that for me this took over an hour to cook through. I probably would have preferred to bake this in a 9x13 inch pan. It would have been a thinner layer and probably would have baked a little faster.
Great quick recipe for breakfast, brunch or dinner!!! So quick and simple to get together and mine cooked through in the 45 minutes. I made this as written, except that I add some minced onion to the egg mixture!! I used pre-minced ham and 1/2 cheddar and half monterey jack cheeses!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for Breast Cancer Awareness event with "Think Pink".
This was a delicious breakfast! DH & I were fighting over who got to take the leftovers for lunch today! The changes I made to the recipe were I added a clove of minced garlic & also added chopped scallion. I didn't use the whole 16 oz of potatos cuz it looked like bowl was getting crowded. I baked in a 9 x 7 pan & it took about 1 hour to cook through. I Calculated at 7 WW points for one serving. Thanx for a keeper!!
Okay let me just say that I've had this in my cookbook for awhile. Last night I was really tired and having an excess of eggs I decided to give this a go for diner. I'm really glad that I did! This was very tasty and extremely easy to make. The only thing was that I found that I had to cook mine for 55 minutes. I just want to add that I have now made this recipe two more times and my husband and I love it. I suffer from Lupus and sometimes dinner is such a struggle. This recipe makes it so easy for me. Thanks so much for a great recipe.
This is delicious! I can never seem to get eggs to turn out right, so this is perfect for me. I omitted the ham. This recipe is also on allrecipes, so I took the advice there and used 1 cup of hash browns, added 1/2 sauteed onion, 1/3 green pepper, 1/3 red pepper. I also baked it at a higher temp since I was in a rush. I'll use this whenever I have company now - thanks for the recipe!
No one wanted dinner last night, so I thought to trat myself to an oven omelette. Added coarsely chopped spinach and some left over sausage to the basic recipe. Verdict: I didnt get to taste a bite as everyone came into the kitchen for the aroma and cleaned the dish out. Having it again tonight and serving it with pumpkin bread and side salad. TQ for a great recipe.
This makes a great hot breakfast. I literally threw this together in minutes and it baked while the husband and kids were getting ready this morning. There's a lot you could add if you have time....green peppers, onions, etc. I had to bake mine close to an hour, but it turned out great. I'll whip this up again. Thanx for a great breakfast idea!