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Breakfast Casserole

KJuneBug's picture

I just made a casserole, (for dinner) using what I had thinking that the end product should somewhat resemble a traditional breakfast casserole: I am the Queen of Make-Do!!

In a 9x9 casserole, place a good layer of frozen tater tots.

Largely cube 8oz. of velveta, distribute over tots. 

Whisk 6 eggs, whish in 1/4 C milk.  pour over tots and cheese.

Bake 45 minutes in 325F oven.  Add 1/2C of small cubed ham to top, I had sliced sandwich ham from Costco that I cut into squares.  Back in oven until eggs are set (total about one hour)

We had a couple errands to run, so this got put in the oven late, but they said it was worth the wait!!

Re: Breakfast Casserole

KJuneBug, anything that has velveeta in it has GOT to be good.  Bet your casserole was scrumptious!  Smile  ~Diann

dcharrison's picture
Re: Breakfast Casserole

I have an aunt in Iowa who even brought a breakfast casserole with them to my daughter's wedding 3 1/2 years ago.  I hadn't thought to make sure they knew the Cambridge Suites we had chosen served a complete breakfast, including omelettes made to order.


LuvMaerz's picture
Re: Breakfast Casserole

"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift... that's why they call it the present."

My husband LOVES breakfast casserole, and loves ham... I will have to give this a try!

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