Recipe by mom4life
"A yummy and simple way to enjoy the flavor of pancakes in the convenience of a casserole. Always a big hit for breakfast, brunch, even dinner! Serve with maple syrup on the side, just like on pancakes. Everyone puts their own syrup on."
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baking mix (such as Bisquick ®)
shredded Cheddar cheese, divided
1 1/2 tablespoons
cooked bacon, crumbled
While I may not be the first to make this I am very happy to be the first to review it. As with any recipe I make for the first time I try to follow the directions as written and I'm glad I did. This was fantastic! The cake came out wonderful, very moist and flavorful. The bacon and cheese topping really accentuated the dish perfectly. I baked this in a glass dish so I cut the temp to 325 and it ended up taking about 28 minutes to cook. I highly recommend using real maple syrup not the cheap stuff as it really added a sweet flavor without over powering the dish. We made this for dinner and I can't wait to make it again for a family brunch! Thank you for the recipe!!!
My husband and I thought this was pretty good, but certainly not a 5-star. There was something about it that is a little off. It is basically a cake with some cheese and bacon on top. The word "casserole" in the name threw me off a little. It is not what I consider a casserole. If I were to make it again, I would leave the cheese off of the top. The crumbled bacon is a good flavor with maple syrup, but cheese is just weird with syrup. This was a trial run to decide whether to make this in the cabin for Thanksgiving breakfast with our family, and I am not feeling real confident about it.
My kids said I had to review this & give it 5 stars! For picky kids who aren't always in love with breakfast casserole, they devoured it! This was a huge hit for our entire family. I made no changes & I wouldn't make them in the future either!
I made this dish, and it was super easy. Followed the recipe, only added a bit more bacon. Very good and the family loved it!
This was really good, but a little too cheesy for us (which is blasphemy coming from me - we LOVE CHEESE!!) I would just tweak slightly and this would be perfect for us (and I'm positive I will make this again)! First of all, I used Johnsonville maple sausage breakfast links in place of the bacon because it sounded like a match made in heaven (and it was SO GOOD with the flavor of the casserole!) Next time I would blend the cooked and diced sausage into the batter and leave the cheese on top off (but still blend in a cup of cheese). Then serve with warm maple syrup drizzled over the top. Perfection! Love this breakfast casserole for something different!
Made exactly to directions, the family flipped! So easy and everyone loved it!!!!!!
Made it exactly as noted and it came out great. Great for a college student on a budget and I'll be making it again.
Made this for Sunday brunch and my husband loved it. I added scrambled eggs on top with the bacon as well just for a little more yummyness.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 176
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