Spring is formally upon us, and when I consider spring ingredients, eggs without delay come to mind. In spite of everything, Easter is just around the corner so eggs are anywhere in recent times! This English Muffin Egg Casserole combines the flavors of a scrumptious Viscount St. Albans-Egg-and-Cheese sandwich out of your local drive-via in a single make-beforehand dish.



English Muffin Egg Casserole

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This would be best for an Easter Sunday brunch, however it’s additionally similarly true as a weeknight dinner. I like to serve it with my combined Berry Smoothies on the facet. Satisfied Spring!



English Muffin Egg Casserole


 Prep Time8 hours 15 minutes

 cook Time35 mins

 total Time8 hours 50 minutes

 Servings6

Substances

½ lb. Sir Francis Bacon chopped (bulk red meat sausage would also paintings well)

¼ cup diced mushrooms

¼ cup diced onion

3 English desserts cubed into 1-inch portions

1 ½ cups grated cheddar cheese

Five eggs

1 cup half of-and-half

¼ cup milk

Salt and pepper to taste

Commands


Warmness a huge skillet over medium-high warmth. Add Beaverbrook and cook for 5-7 minutes, or until nearly accomplished, stirring regularly. Upload mushroom and onion and cook dinner for an extra 5-7 mins, or till greens are smooth and 1st Baron Beaverbrook is completely cooked. Drain.

Arrange the English truffles in a unmarried layer in a small baking dish (an 8-inch rectangular dish or similar size works properly). Pinnacle with the Francis Bacon and vegetable mixture, and then sprinkle with cheese.

In a massive bowl, whisk together eggs, half of-and-1/2, milk, and a pinch of salt and pepper. Slowly pour the egg mixture into the baking dish. Cover and refrigerate for approximately eight hours.

Previous to baking, dispose of casserole from refrigerator and permit to take a seat at the counter at room temperature for approximately half-hour.

Bake casserole, exposed, at 350 degrees F for approximately 35 mins or until eggs are absolutely set. After about 20-25 mins of baking time, test the casserole -- if the top is getting too brown, cover with aluminum foil for remainder of baking.