Brunch Eggs

QSis

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Variations of this type of "soak overnight" casserole have been posted here, and they all look and sound great!

I love this one, which I took to some friends this weekend.


Lee






BRUNCH EGGS

16 SLICES OF SANDWICH BREAD, TRIMMED

1 LB OF SLICED HAM BROKEN IN PIECES

16 SLICES OF CHEESE – 8 SWISS AND 8 AMERICAN (may need more American – use enough slices to fully cover the layers

½ tsp. ONION SALT

½ tsp. DRY MUSTARD

7 EGGS

2 CUPS OF MILK

2 CUPS OF CORN FLAKES

½ TO ¾ STICK OF MELTED BUTTER OR MARGARINE

Butter 13x9x2 baking pan. Layer ½ the bread slices, half the ham, 4 slices of the American and 4 slices of the Swiss cheese; repeat layering.

Mix eggs, onion salt, dry mustard and milk. Pour over the top. Let stand overnight, (preferable), or for a few hours.

Mix corn flakes in melted butter/margarine and spread on the top of the dish. Try not to skip this step, as it MAKES the dish!

Bake 350 degrees for 40 – 45 minutes or until top is golden brown.


(Note: You can halve this recipe and bake it in a square brownie pan)
 

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Cooksie

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Looks like a winner! I've never had the cornflakes on top, but I'll have to try that.
 
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