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12/1/13 1:45 P

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Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing that!

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5/28/13 12:34 P

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Sounds like a great Sunday morning cooking project to make breakfasts for the week, ensuring a quick, healthy meal! :) Thanks for the inspiration!

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5/21/13 11:50 A

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Yummmy! I will definitely make that!!! Diane

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5/20/13 6:25 P

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Sounds great for any meal. I will give it a try.

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5/20/13 2:02 P

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Lots of great variations!

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5/20/13 9:50 A

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This sounds great - thank you for the recipe!

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5/20/13 6:14 A

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I did something real similar to this for Mother's Day because you can make several at one time. I used a muffin tin, lined with ham. Add whatever ingredients someone wants. We used bacon, onion & mushrooms. Broccoli works well, too. Then just crack an egg over the top. Bake for about 20 minutes, depending on how well you like your eggs & you're done.

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5/19/13 11:17 P

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I use swiss chard in place of spinach a lot. I bet it would be yummy in this.

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5/19/13 11:12 P

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Or prosciutto! Yum!

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5/19/13 11:02 P

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I made a breakfast casserole a little differently and it was awesome!! I used the small square Pyrex dishes and made 6 for the week, but you could use what you have. For each serving:
2oz bulk sausage of your choice, raw.
2 eggs
half handful chopped onions
full handfull fresh baby spinach, stems trimmed
1-2 large mushrooms, thickly sliced

Spray dish of choice with olive oil spray. Mash sausage into dish like a pastry crust. Top with onions. Top with spinach. Add scrambled eggs. Top with mushrooms, arranging like a crust. I also season each layer lightly with salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder. Bake at 325 for 15 minutes, rotate pan and bake until set. If using a large dish, portion for servings. The small dishes I used fit perfectly into a sandwich sized rubbermaid container.

If you don't like spinach, I have also done this with asparagus and broccoli. Same method. You can also line it with bacon, but it doesn't crisp up. What I did was line with bacon and then when I reheated, put it upside dow under the broiler to crisp it. Yummy!

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