Recipe by Bob Evans®
"Scrambled eggs, Monterey Jack cheese, and Bob Evans® Maple Roll Sausage make a quick and easy breakfast your kids will love."
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Bob Evans® Maple Roll Sausage
2 (10 inch)
Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
large eggs, scrambled
green onions, diced
Wow! What a great idea! I didn't really follow your exact recipe but I did use the basic idea. I hate omelets but so substituted one with this! :)
This recipe has plenty of potential, but following it by the book ended in a rather bland meal with more fat than should be necessary for the flavor offered. This poor opinion may stem from the fact that we kinda take our mexican food seriously and like to pull flavor from spices, care in preparation of meats, etc as opposed to cheeses, sour cream, canned salsa and prepared guacamole. Oh wow, now I feel like a snob. Sorry. All that to say, recipe is a good basic starting point but feels lacking in depth of flavors. If you are into american/mexican flavor, this is going to be right up your alley.
it is like Hawaiian haystacks with all the different ingredients you add on.
These were a super easy breakfast when I was out of bread. We certainly gobbled them up so that speaks for itself. This recipe is easy and versatile as you can add whatever ingredients you prefer and/or have on hand. Terrific.
Great idea. Of course i made additions, cilantro and hot sausage
wow i am a teen and hate doing lots of dishes and am not the best cook but this is great and easy. if u waant to add more taste add some black beans with corn.
This is the BEST Quesadilla i have ever tried!!!!!!!!!! If you are looking for a breakfast quesadilla this is the best!!!
this is a great recipe and it has this taste you cant explain. it is a good breaksfast for the kids.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 239
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