Brunch Egg Bake

Brunch Egg Bake

"HERE'S an easy, tasty dish to make for company that still allows you to spend plenty of time with your guests. I grew up in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, and food was always the center of attention at our family get-togethers. We think brunch is the best meal of the day to gather and enjoy. -Gloria Rohlfing, York, Pennsylvania"
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50 m servings
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  1. Combine cheeses; place 3 cups in an ungreased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish and set aside. In a medium skillet, saute mushrooms, onions and red pepper in butter until tender; drain. Place over cheese; top with ham. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. In a bowl, beat eggs. Add milk, flour, parsley, basil, salt and pepper; mix well. Slowly pour over the cheese. Bake at 350 degrees F for 35-40 minutes or until a knife inserted near the center comes out clean. Let stand 10 minutes before cutting.

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I tried this for the first time and served it to friends for a Christmas brunch. It was a huge hit! I made a few changes -- different cheeses, and a little less than called for; no mushrooms, ad...

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I felt this dish lacked flavor overall. I made it exactly as directed without altering anything except the flour. I had to use gluten free flour instead. Will definitely kick up the flavor ne...

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I tried this for the first time and served it to friends for a Christmas brunch. It was a huge hit! I made a few changes -- different cheeses, and a little less than called for; no mushrooms, ad...

This recipe was a good one. I did cut the cheese by two cups (one casserole certainly doesn't need 6 cups and neither do my hips!) and cut the parsley to 1.5 T and it was still plenty. Very pr...

I took a chance on making this because it has no reviews yet, and I like to choose my recipes by the ratings sometimes. It turned out wonderful! I always like to stick to the recipe, but I'm...

This past football season, we did a lot of Brunches / Breakfasts, and this was the one item that kept repeating itself. The best part about this recipe, is it's versatility. I played with this...

I've been making this breakfast casserole for years. It is one of my most requested recipes. I normally assemble the casserole the night before keeping the egg mixture separate. In the morni...

I made this for a brunch I had the other day and it was tasty. I dont eat ham so I omitted it and added extra red peppers, which made me a little worried that it would change the consistency, b...

It was excellent. Made for company and my mother told me to "save this one". So this means excellent in my opinion! Replaced actual onions with onion flakes and used fresh mushrooms instead. ...

Awesome! I made minor alterations. Used diced turkey sausage instead of ham. Omitted the mushrooms. Sauteed the onions and peppers with the sausage. Added as second layer over cheese. Added garl...

I gotta say that I was pretty impressed. I halved the recipe and wish I wouldn't have! Even my toddler enjoyed it! I omitted the mushrooms, used pepper jack and sharp cheddar cheese and enjoyed ...

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