An overnight egg casserole stuffed with bacon, asparagus, tomatoes, and hashbrowns. Easy to throw together ahead of time and impress the socks off your guests. It’s easy to make this vegetarian if you want by leaving out the bacon. I mean. If you want. I guess.
Charlotte: “Mom, your phone is wet.”
Me: “WHAT! Why is my phone wet??
“Oh, Truman dipped it in the toilet.”
“He just dipped it Mom, it’s no big deal.”
“Char, you need to put the lid down after you go.”
Eric, from the other room: “She was using it.”
“WHAT?? Is my phone covered in pee??”
Char, nonchalantly: “Yup.”
In other news, Eric ran a marathon last week. NBD:
Photo cred: Sarah from Snixy Kitchen
Doesn’t he look so jolly? This is at the halfway point. If I had just run 14 miles there is no way in heck my face would look even remotely chipper. I think my face would look more like that of a wounded cow’s…Or maybe a walrus in labor? I don’t know. It will never happen. Major props, Eric.
My brother Nathan ran this race too (And Sarah‘s husband Lucas! Party!) We all had brunch after the race with my family, and I served this breakfast casserole. Nathan told me after eating it how much he loved it: “I gotta tell you Karen, when you described this to me a couple days ago I thought it sounded kinda gross. But this stuff is amazing.” And he proceeded to take half the leftovers home with him.
Calling my food gross: -1. Calling my food amazing: +1. Taking leftovers: +1. Total score: +1. You’re safe Nate.
This recipe is a mashup of my 2 favorite savory breakfast dishes: Asparagus, Tomato, and Goat Cheese Quiche and Easy Breakfast Casserole with Potatoes and Ham. Both of them are crazy delicious by themselves, so I decided to throw them together. This would be a great breakfast for Christmas morning! It can be assembled the night before, or cooked right away. So you can plan ahead…or not. NICE.
This recipe is a mashup of the 2 following recipes, my favorite savory breakfast dishes:
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