Very easy to prepare! I put the casserole together last night and popped it in the fridge overnight. I did leave out the sausage as my children prefer to have it separately. While the casserole baked, I fried the sausage and made biscuits. Breakfast was a breeze! The flavor was very good and I like your addition of the green onions. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
This was a delicious recipe for breakfast! I used bacon AND sausage, and DH, myself and my 5 year old daughter DEOURED it for breakfast this morning. A well written and easy to follow recipe, thanks for posting Jac!
Served this on Mother's Day. It was a hit. The only things I did different was that I browned my hashbrowns first.I didn't have the patties, and I used bacon and ham and put crescent rolls on the bottom for a crust. I will be making this again soon. Thanks for the tasty recipe.
I wanted more flavor so I added marinated artichoke hearts, cut up, and yellow onions because they are hotter. Another time I used some pepperjack cheese with the cheddar and added fresh tomatoes, mushrooms and onions. I also add cayenne. A very easy and good casserole that you can kind of put whatever you want in it.
Excellent Christmas breakfast. We used sausage and frozen shredded hash browns (about an inch deep in the dish). Super, Jac!
DH liked this much more than I did. I thought it was too dry. I only used 1/2 pound bacon because I thought that was plenty. Other than that I made as directed. Thanks for a quick easy breakfast.
Thanks Jac! This made for a very yummy breakfast this morning. I followed directions except for the green onions. I love them...not my family.