Recipe by DIANE73162
"The Swiss and Cheddar cheese in this dish is an excellent combination. This is great for a brunch or holiday breakfast. My mother used to make this every year for Christmas brunch."
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1 1/2 cups
diced cooked ham
shredded Swiss cheese
shredded Cheddar cheese
eggs, lightly beaten
We have updated the cook time in this recipe to 25 minutes, as requested by the submitter. This should help! - The Staff@Allrecipes
I had cut the recipe down to fit a 10x10 square pan. I found it only took 25 minutes to bake then. This tasted drier then I expected it to be, so first I put catsup on to eat it, didn't like that, so used maple syrup and that made it better. I would not make it again. Way too much fat in this recipe.
There was a mistake with this recipe. It should've read Bake for 25 to 30 minutes. This was submitted correctly, so it was NOT the fault of mine.
I add at least 1 cup whipping cream for richness and moisture.
This is the best egg-bake I have ever made! It was so light and fluffy when it came out of the oven! The only thing I changed was I added 2 more cups of crushed corn flakes, with 3/4 cup melted butter, it just gave it a little more crunch on top!! It was a huge hit with my family!
This is pretty good, and pretty easy, but I have to agree with the comments that there is a bit too little liquid. I adjusted this to make it more like a quiche because I didn't have all the meat and cheese called for--just had crumbled bacon and American Cheese, so I wouldn't have had enough to do this as written with the mix poured on top. However, having said that, I think it would work well with sliced cooked bacon lining the dish as well--I might try that next time, as that is something I'm more likely to have in the house as opposed to all those meats and cheeses. I added another egg and about a 1/2 cup water, then mixed everything together. I did add frozen chopped spinach to the mixture and it baked up well--needed about 10 extra minutes to cook totally. It was eaten at a breakfast I brought it to, but it did take longer to disappear than the other casserole I brought. To be fair, we did have a lot of other food and maybe I scared people with the spinach. ;) Thanks for the recipe!
A little dry but great flavor- i added tomatoes and mushrooms and had to also add an egg with an extra 1/2 c. of "baking mix" to make enough mixture to cover the top.
steve likes, kinda dry
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Ham and Swiss Pie Casserole
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 275
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