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Saturday, September 20, 2008

Omelet Casserole

This is a great make ahead breakfast option we make on a regular basis. Everything I've included (with the exception of the eggs and milk) is optional, so choose what sounds good to you and omit the rest. I would encourage you to try the bread if you have any laying around, it might sound weird, but it is good! We usually make a double recipe in a large casserole dish on the weekend and continue to eat it throughout the following week. This is another recipe that is fun to make with your kids, depending on their age they can help measure, mix, and maybe even chop some of the ingredients. Enjoy!

6 eggs
¼ cup milk
½ cup shredded cheddar cheese (or more if desired)
Croutons or stale bread pieces
Chopped ham, sausage or bacon
Diced bell pepper if desired

Spray a square casserole dish with nonstick spray. Mix eggs and milk and pour into casserole dish. Add bread or croutons and let soak for 5 minutes. Mix in remaining ingredients and cook @350 for 15-20 minutes, or until eggs are set. Let casserole cool and slice into squares when you're ready to serve. This is great for breakfast, but it also makes a tasty snack or even dinner!

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Sally said...

Mmmm that sounds really good and I suppose you could add pretty much waht you like to it according to what your kids will eat (or not).May give this a try at the weekend. Thans for the recipe.