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Breakfast Casserole

Cajun Baked Eggs

Omelets in Ziploc freezer bags (for 1 or a crowd)


Breakfast Casserole


12 eggs

1 pound sausage

1 teaspoon dry mustard

1/2 cup milk

salt and pepper to taste

1 cup grated cheese

1 bell pepper (diced)

1 onion (diced)

mushrooms (sliced) (optional)


Crumble and brown sausage.  Drain.  Sauté vegetables in oil until done.  Drain.  Beat eggs, milk, and seasonings until well blended.  Add sausage, cheese, and vegetables together in with the beaten egg mixture.  Pour into an 11" x 13" casserole dish sprayed with Pam.  Refrigerate overnight.  The next morning pop it in a 375 degree oven for approximately 40-45 minutes.  It is done when an inserted knife comes out clean.



Cajun Baked Eggs


6 teaspoons butter

6 eggs

6 teaspoons grated cheese

6 slices bacon (fried and crumbled)

2 teaspoons dried parsley

Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning


Use a 6-muffin tin, butter each muffin cup with 1 teaspoon butter. Break an egg into each cup (try not to break the yolk) and sprinkle with Tony's (to taste), 1 teaspoon cheese, bacon bits, and parsley.  Bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes or until eggs are done to desired consistency.  Makes 4-6 individual servings.



Omelets in Freezer Bags


Eggs (2 per omelet)

Salt and pepper to taste

Grated cheese

Bell pepper (diced)

Onion (diced)

Mushrooms (sliced)

Ham (diced)

Any other ingredient you want in your omelet


The omelets are made in freezer Ziploc baggies (they must be freezer bags).  For more than 1 omelet write your names on the freezer bags with a permanent marker.


Place a pot of water on to boil.  You can determine the size pot you need according to how many omelets you will be preparing. 


Let your guest place the ingredients they would like in their omelet in their baggy.  Have them break 2 eggs in their baggy.  Zip the bag making sure that it is completely closed.  Mush it up where all the ingredients are mixed.  Place all baggies in the boiling water and wait 13-15 minutes.  Be careful handling them as you open the baggies.  The omelets slid right out and onto their plates.


Fun, good, everyone’s breakfast is ready at the same time, and there is very little cleanup


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