Recipe by Bob Evans®
"When serving a hungry crowd, this breakfast sausage, potato, and egg bake is sure to satisfy kids and adults alike."
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1 (20 ounce) package
Bob Evans® Refrigerated Hash Brown Potatoes
eggs, grade A large
1 (12 ounce) package
Bob Evans® Original Sausage Links (uncooked)*
shredded Colby Jack or mild Cheddar cheese
My husband and I really enjoyed this but I used ground sausage instead of the links. I just browned the meat in a pan and mixed it with the egg mixture and it turned out great!
This recipe wasn't horrible, but a little plain for my family's taste. We thought it tasted mostly of hashbrowns with a little cheese on top- maybe it would be better with less hashbrowns, more cheese and some chopped peppers. We used Jimmy Dean sausage links, and that was the best part of the whole dish. Probably won't make this one again, just not enough flavor.
This was a great breakfast casserole. I halved the recipe and used Cheddar Little Smokies, since that's all I had on hand. I omitted the onion, added a can of mushrooms and a shake of garlic powder, and just mixed the parsley into the egg mixture. I omitted the vegetable oil... I just sprayed the casserole dish with non-stick cooking spray, added the hashbrowns, then sprayed them liberally. I'll be making this again!
Very good breakfast bake. I only made two changes. The first change was that I didn't use the Bob Even's brand anything. I just used what they had local for the potato's and Sausage Links. My Links were pre-cooked and caused no issues what so ever.
Feed 6 people with no problems!
My family absolutely LOVES this recipe! I also use ground sausage, which is the only change to this recipe I've made. This breakfast bake has plenty of flavor and has everyone fighting over the last piece! I make it on a regular basis and I love how it sticks with my overactive kids to keep them going till lunch. Try this one out!
Great start for a breakfast bake but kinda bland! I used Turkey links and cut them up to make it a bit healthier. Also, season your potatoes or they are pretty blah, I also added green peppers, mushrooms and salt and pepper to my egg mixture to spic it up a bit. Good starting point but was very bland the first time I made it...spice it up like your favorite omlet!
This was just OK. It took much longer to set up than the recipe claimed and the sausage didn't brown at all so it looked kind of unappetizing.
Only change is we used 5 whole eggs and 5 egg whites. Next time we will cut up the sausage and distribute evenly over the casserole.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Breakfast Link Bake
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 182
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