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Breakfast Casserole

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By popular demand, following is Jeanine’s recipe for the breakfast casserole served at our September 19th meeting.  Yum!

(Adapted from Paula Deen and Friends Living It Up, Southern Style, p. 80)

 

BREAKFAST CASSEROLE

PREPARE THE NIGHT BEFORE AND IN THE MORNING REMOVE FROM THE REFRIGERATOR FOR 15 MINUTES BEFORE YOU PLACE IN OVEN  PREHEATED TO 350 DEGREES.  BAKE FOR 1 HOUR.

THIS SERVES 6-8 BUT A LITTLE MORE AFTER I ADDED EXTRA EGGS AND MILK.

 

SPRAY A 1 ½ QUART CASSEROLE DISH

5 SLICES THICK-SLICED WHITE BREAD, CRUST AND ALL, BUTTERED AND CUBED ( I USED SOURDOUGH AND REALLY MADE SURE IT WAS BUTTERED REALLY WELL)

1 # MILD SAUSAGE, COOKED, CRUMBLED AND DRAINED

3 CUPS OF GRATED SHARP CHEESE ( I USED ABOUT TWO CUPS OF SHARP CHEESE ADDED A CUP OF A MILD SHREDDED CHEESE AND THEN I CUT ABOUT 4 SLICES OF PEPPER JACK INTO SMALL PIECES)

4 EGGS ( I USED ABOUT SEVEN)

2 CUPS OF MILK ( I USED ABOUT 2 AND ¾ CUPS)

1 TEASPOON DRIED MUSTARD

1 TEASPOON HOT SAUCE

 

PLACE YOUR CUBED BREAD EVENLY IN THE PAN

SPREAD THE SAUSAGE EVENLY OVER THE BREAD

SPRINKLE THE CHEESE EVENLY OVER THE MIXTURE

COMBINE THE BEATEN EGGS, MILK, MUSTARD AND HOT SAUCE AND POUR EVENLY OVER THE MIXTURE

I ADDED PARSLEY AND SLICED TOMATOES OVER THE TOP

 

COVER WITH PLASTIC WRAP AND PLACE IN THE REFRIGERATOR

 

IN THE MORNING REMOVE THE PLASTIC WRAP AND BAKE AS NOTED.  YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK BECAUSE OVENS AREN’T ALWAYS THE SAME. PLUS I THINK SOMETIMES CASSEROLES CONTINUE TO BAKE A LITTLE AFTER YOU REMOVE FROM THE OVEN.

 

Thanks, Jeanine!

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Author: oflcmops

MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers, a faith-based community that strives to meet the needs of moms with children from birth through kindergarten. MOPS groups meet regularly to celebrate the joys of motherhood and to encourage each other through the challenges. MOPS also provides opportunities for social outings throughout the year. We meet the first and third Fridays of every month September through May.

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