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Breakfast casserole.

With the holidays past us now. You’re just sick and tired of being in your kitchen. But everyone is hungry for some breakfast. I think it’s the perfect recipe to hurry and get out of your kitchen. I usually have an overnight guest. The next day will be busy as hell. So I got this recipe from my old boss.

This should feed about 10–12 people. It takes about forty-five minutes to prepare. So I make it up the night before. Then the day I serve it is waiting in the fridge to be cooked. 

Ingredients are…

  •    1 cup of heavy whipping cream
  •   1 cup of half and half
  •   1 tsp of ground mustard
  •   2 tbsp of minced garlic
  •   2 tbsp of minced garlic
  •   8 large eggs

Also, you will need…

  • 2 cups of some shredded cheese.’

  • 1/2 stick of buttered melted and your pastry brush.

  •  up to 16 pieces of bread, Cut the crust off then line them side by side inside of a sprayed baking pan it depends on the pan you use how many minutes you will need to let it bake.
  • 1 Pound of some breakfast meat you choose. just cook it and break it into smaller pieces.    
  • 1 entire bag of Shredded cheddar or sharp cheese.
  • 1/2 of a stick of butter melted.     

(Fyi- The first set of ingredients is the same ingredients you would use for a quiche. Just add a pie crust and maybe some spinach

Instructions

Take the first five lists of items and mix them up. Make sure you mix up your eggs really well.

Use your basting brush to oil the entire pan. Next, you take some of your bread and line the bottom of a 9×12 casserole dish, take your pastry brush. Brush bottom and tp sides of each piece of bread. Sprinkle on some cooked meat then your cheese. Do these steps, again, with the bread and move on. Then pour on your quiche mixture, pour it over the top of those layers.

Cook it for an hour @ 350 degrees. Or till the top is golden brown, and the egg is not runny anymore.

Hey, adjust the time for different sizes of the pan.

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