Monday, February 13, 2012

Fiesta Breakfast Casserole

What could be better than a deep dish of creamy hash brown potatoes loaded with cheese? One bite and you will fall in love with this tasty, colorful casserole! 
Serve this when you're looking to spice up your traditional breakfast casserole. 
 You Will Need:
{8} large eggs or {10} egg whites
{8} oz frozen hash brown potatoes
{1} cup sliced peppers {I used a frozen mixture}
{1} clove minced garlic
{1} tsp cumin
{2} tsp kosher salt or {1/2} tsp regular salt
{1} tsp red pepper
{1} tsp black pepper
{1} cup cheddar cheese
 In an 8x8 glass buttered dish layer potatoes then the peppers.
 Whisk the eggs in a separate bowl and add salt, both peppers, cumin and garlic.
 Pour over the potatoes and peppers.
Sprinkle cheddar on top. 

{Note: At this point, you can cover with your casserole with saran wrap and put in the refrigerator to bake the next morning, or you can freeze it for up to 3 months.}

Bake at 375 degrees for 40 - 45 minutes until cooked through.



  1. This sounds delicious! May go try this now. Yum. Sign up for my blog swap! should be alot of fun!

  2. that looks amazing! i am starving right now and all i want is this. so unfair.

  3. making this pronto. will be perfect to warm me up on a chilly morning!

  4. This looks so good! I am definitely making this on Saturday :) Is there any way that you can make your recipes printer-friendly? Not sure how much work goes into that, but you have a ton of good recipes that I would like to just click print and add to my stack at home! :)

  5. That looks so yummy! I am definitely saving this recipe! Thank you for sharing!

  6. YUM. Looks delish! Just found your blog- so cute!

  7. i'm a huge fan of bfast casserole. My Mom makes it every am on a big holiday. I'll have to send this recipe over her way. :)

  8. such a big fan of breakfast casserole. fabulous post, love. I hope you have a wonderful Valentines Day. if you get a sec, I'd love to hear what you think of my latest. xo

  9. Do you bake this, then freeze, or freeze, then bake? Looks delish!


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