Recipe by Sister Schubert's®
"Need to make breakfast for a crowd? Don't worry! This substantial casserole of eggs, cheese, onion, spinach, sausage and Sister Schubert's Whole Wheat Yeast Dinner Rolls can be assembled the night before and baked the next morning."
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Sister Schubert Whole Wheat Dinner Yeast Rolls, baked and cut into 1" pieces
large eggs, beaten
2 1/2 cups
half and half
freshly ground black pepper
hot sauce, or to taste
sausage, cooked, drained and crumbed
1 1/2 cups
shredded white or yellow Cheddar cheese
grated Parmesan cheese
I used the leftover skillet rolls (Butterfluff Rolls from AR, that I baked in my cast iron skillet) from last night to make this breakfast bake. I did NOT have half-n-half so I subbed in fat free evaporated milk. The spinach I used was frozen--I made sure to thaw it and really squeeze the moisture out of it before I added it to the casserole ingredients. I also sauteed the vegetables in butter because I happen to be out of oil right now. This turned out really good--my youngest especially liked it. Next time, I would add some fresh garlic and I'd cut back on the milk a little next time. This was a great way for me to use up leftover rolls and get a little "green" in the family's diet.
Made this for work, everyone loved it!!! Very tasty.
Great casserole! People were shocked to know it is made from dinner rolls. Spinach is a great addition and the flavors are nicely developed.
I made this recipe exactly as written. This was for a holiday brunch with family & while I am a big fan of spinach, I worried that picky eaters might not like it. I needn't have been concerned. This was a huge hit and I know I will make this again & again. Note: I made sure to cut off large stems & veins in the spinach before cooking (they're unpalatable) & drained/blotted the spinach with paper towels rather than a tea towel. This type of recipe is very forgiving & adjustable to taste, but I found that just as it is, it's a nice blend & layering of flavors. Don't be afraid of the hot sauce, it adds a subtle but nice contrast to the other ingredients.
This recipe was amazing. I used Maple flavored sausage which added a sweet flavor and was sooo good. I also just sauteed the vegetables in the remaining grease after cooking the meat (instead of MORE oil). I also used a combo of fat free half and half and whole milk... I will definitely be making this recipe again. SOOO good!
Wonderful! Made this for the first for a pitch in at work and everyone loved it! I used white rolls as I didn't have wheat and I sauteed the onions and spinach in butter instead of oil. I squeezed as much water as possible out of the spinach/onions. I also put the sausage in a collander and let it drain while fixing the other components then took paper towel to it and got even more grease off. The casserole was moist and very flavorful. I was skeptical about the hot sauce but I used it and it tasted great! I will definitely make this again.
I followed the recipe exactly...I even covered it with foil and cooked it a little longer to make sure it was done. Mine got too done on the top and was soggy in the middle. I took it to an event, and the inside looked like a hot, runny mess! Luckily, I gave it a 2nd chance. I took the leftovers home and heated them up the next day for breakfast and they tasted great! I recommend covering it with foil the entire time it bakes, then take off the foil at the end so the cheese gets crispy. Setting it out to rest afterwards is a must, or the rolls are soggy and gross!!
Good. Pretty rich. I think I would prefer it without sausage.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sister Schubert's(R) Breakfast Bake
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 264
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