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Saturday, December 25, 2010

Breakfast Casserole

Good Morning!  It's 5:30 AM on Christmas Morning and I've just put the casserole in the oven.  It takes about 1-1/2 hours to bake but the results are worth the wait...especially since I'm the only one waiting while the others are still asleep.

Breakfast Casserole

8 slices of bread- cubed
1 lb. precooked ham
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
8 oz drained canned or fresh mushrooms
1/2 cup green pepper - diced

Mix above and pour into a 9 x 12 greased pan.  That's what the recipe says but my husband, who's in charge of the casserole assembly, is usually pretty generous with the ingredients so he uses a larger pan.  He like sto use glass.

Then mix together:
6 beaten eggs
1-1/4 cup whole raw milk
1 tsp sea salt
1 tsp dry mustard

Pour over the bread mixure.
Melt 1/4 cup butter and piur over the top.
Cover and let stand in the frig over night.

Bake @ 325 for 1-1/2 hours.

IMPORTANT NOTE- If you use a glass pan be sure to put it directly from the frig. into a cold oven and then begin to heat the oven to avoid a temperature shock which could cause the glass to crack.

I've posted this recipe on the


  1. Yummy breakfast casserole! My hubby would love that! Great blog!

  2. Thanks! Hope you'll come back again. :)

  3. That sounds wonderful! I like that you can make it the night before and have it ready to just pop in the oven in the morning too!

    Thank you for linking it to Let's Do Brunch. (I've joined Chaya as co-host from this week.) Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  4. I am thrilled you linked up with Let's Do Brunch. Your recipe is being featured. Come on by, tomorrow and take a look. Thanks.


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