Loc: at the game
We are going to have a housefull next weekend for a family wedding (5 guys between ages 19-28). I'm looking for a breakfast dish I can make ahead on Friday that they can reheat on Sat. morning and keep their tummy's from growling during the wedding.
I would say make a breakfast pizza with ham, sausage, bacon, and pepporoni, load on the cheese and no growls from the tummys. Ready in: 30-60 minutes recipe difficulty 3/5 Difficulty: 3 (1=easiest :: hardest=5)
Ingredients: 1/2 pound sausage, hot or mild 8 ounces tube cresent rolls 1 1/2 cup hash browns, thawed and crumbled 1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese 7 eggs beaten 1/4 cup milk 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese Turn this recipe into a puzzle! [click]
Cook sausage and drain. Spread dough out in 12 inch greased pizza pan sealing edges. Spoon on sausage. Sprinkle with hash browns. Combine eggs, milk, salt and pepper and pour over sausage and hashbrowns. Sprinkle with cheeses. Cook at 350F for 22 to 25 minutes.
Loc: at the game
Thanks LOTE and Buddy. Two of the boys are big boys (200 lb+) and three of them also have their gals coming with them. I think whatever I make, I'll make to make more than one. The breakfast pizza sounds yummy. How is it reheated? I want to make everything ahead on Friday, as on Sat., we'll have mayhem, with all of us getting ready.
bread (to cover bottom of 9x13 inch pan) 1/2 lb. sweet sausage, browned 1 large can mushrooms butter (to saute mushrooms) 10 eggs 2 cups milk 1 pkg. Knorr leek soup mix 2 to 3 cups grated Chedder Cheese
Line bottom of greased 9x13 inch pan w/ bread broken in pieces. Sprinkle browned sausage over bread. Saute mushrooms (may use fresh instead of canned) Sprinkle over sausage. Mix well the eggs, milk and leek soup mix. Pour over mixture in pan. Refrigerate overnight. Take out & let set 1 hour before baking. Bake at 350 degrees (325 if usung a glass dish) for 40 minutes. (shake dish to see if firm) Cover top with Chedder Cheese. Bake just until melted. serve
Variation: Cubed ham may be used instead of sausage.
Only 1 of the recipes I have is a quiche---and we all know that some men just don't like the word quiche, and therefore, won't eat it and that supposedly "real" men don't eat quiche just because it's the title of a book. If you want the other 2, pm me and I'll give you the recipes. They each easily will fill a 13X9 pan.
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Loc: Finger Lakes USA
Originally Posted By: ~livinontheedge~
Only 1 of the recipes I have is a quiche---and we all know that some men just don't like the word quiche, and therefore, won't eat it and that supposedly "real" men don't eat quiche just because it's the title of a book.
Not only do I eat it, I make it. I use lots of shredded swiss cheese, crumbled bacon and even add a layer of well drained chopped spinach, (to make it "healthy"....not!) How can any guy not eat something full of cheese and bacon? You could just call it an "egg pie." I bet a lot of guys don't even know what a quiche is. One solution is to bake the quiche filling in a crust of pizza dough, using flat sided cake pans. You call this deep dish breakfast pizza....
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