Farmer's Casserole Recipe
Ham, green onions, and hash browns baked with spicy pepperjack cheese make up this easy make-ahead breakfast dish.
This was really good! I accidentally used green peppers instead of green onions, but I think I would like it better this way anyway! Do cook it about 50-55 minutes and throw in more cheese, potatoes, peppers and ham, I think it absorbes more of the liquid this way.
I cringe when I see the bread/milk/eggs brunch casserole recipes; so this was the ticket for me! Made it on Christmas morning and it was delicious. I used O'Brien potatoes (cubed frozen hash browns with peppers/onions), and it made it very flavorful and colorful. Thanks for sharing this recipe. P. S. This recipe should be added to the brunch category!
This was a simple and very tasty recipe. I doubled the recipe and put it in a 4 & 1/2 quart baking dish. The time to cook is at minimum 1 hour and a half.
I made this for brunch on Christmas morning. I doubled the recipe using a 9x13 baking dish. I also used O'Brien potatoes which I feel added a lot of flavor. The pepperjack cheese is a must--it really adds a nice zip to the casserole. It turned out perfectly and everyone loved it. It was also great the next day leftover. I will definately make again!
This recipe is awesome! We cut the evaporated milk in half, added 2 tablespoons of green chilies, 1 tablespoon of jalapenos, then spred about 1/2 cup shredded cheddar the last ten minutes of baking. Yum! This is great for any meal of the day.
This was fabulous with the following changes: I doubled the recipe (to feed my family of 5 -- big eaters) and used a 9X13 baking dish. Because of the reviews of wateriness I only used 1 c of milk (after doubling of course) and baked for a full hour for everything to set. To the egg mixture I added one can of green chilis and a handful of dried onions. Everyone loved this, and it was quite filling (we had about a serving of leftovers). Very quick and easy -- thank you!
Absolutely Delicious! A great breakfast casserole to serve for overnight guests that will keep you with them and out of the kitchen! I took the advice of others and used Ore-Ida Potatoes O'Brien. I used one extra egg and 2% evaporated milk. I used cheddar cheese vs. pepper jack. For people who complained that this was not "spicy" enough, it's a breakfast casserole it's not supposed to be filled with a bunch of spices unless you want heartburn all day. This is a great recipe because of its versatility. You can substitute another breakfast meat for the ham or put some in addition, add veggies such as chopped fresh tomatoes or mushrooms. You could also change the pepper jack cheese to whatever cheese blend you prefer. It's up to you. I would suggest making the recipe once first then play around with it. It's definitely a keeper! I served it with fresh fruit, toast, and bagels.