Amish Breakfast Casserole

We’ve enjoyed a few hearty breakfast casseroles while visiting an Amish inn. When I asked for a recipe, one of the ladies told me the ingredients right off the top of her head.

The first time I tasted this recipe was back in the mid 2000s when a Nigerian couple who attended our Sunday school class brought this dish in for breakfast one Sunday morning. Everyone raved over it as it’s so creamy and delicious.

I just can’t do soggy! So when I came across this recipe for Amish Breakfast Casserole that didn’t include bread, AND had earned rave reviews, I knew I needed to put my own twist on it and give it a try.Hearty breakfast bake eaten during a visit to an Amish inn. When I asked for the recipe, one of the ladies told me the ingredients right off the top of her head. I modified it to create this easy breakfast casserole my family loves.

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“This was awesome! I’ve been looking for a great breakfast casserole for years – and this is truly wonderful. I made it initially for a weekly teacher breakfast at my school. I thought I had made too much – instead everyone gobbled it up and there was none left! My only complaint is that I found it to be just a little bland. (The recipe calls for no additional spices…which I thought was sort of odd.) I browned the hash browns (which takes forever, good lord), but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. (I made it the night before and then baked it in the morning before I left for work – this also turned out quite well!) The second time I made it (tonight), I added a lot of salt and pepper to the eggs and the overall mixture. I also added some truly excellent hot sauce my husband and I love to the eggs and into the whole mixture. (Just a few dribbles.) I basically added blindly. It turned out SO WELL. Just gave it enough heat to be interesting, but not overpowering. My hot sauce is not for the faint of heart…so if you’re using something less insane like Frank’s or Sriracha, you made need more. Additionally, my Swiss cheese bag was 1 1/2 cups…I figured extra cheese makes everyone happier, and I just added all of it. 😀 I think there’s a lot of wiggle room to make it however it makes you happy. But seriously: MAKE THIS.”

“Ive made this numerous times with 4% cottage cheese and even 2% and it still tasted both great! My father in law and husband who are not fans of cottage cheese LOVED it and wouldn’t have even known there was cottage cheese in there. I have also used part skim cheese and it didn’t make a significant difference just to make recipe lighter. I had a bag of potatoes to use up one time and chopped them into chunks and boiled them, drained, and used the recipe as is and they were delicious if you are looking to not use the frozen bag ones.Both ways are phenomenal but the skim substitutes makes per serving a bit lighter for those who are not looking for those who are watching their waist line =) excellent recipe and is a go to when I have a huge brunch and family visiting in town!”

“Huge hit with my family. Super easy to throw together. Have made many different variations with this recipe. Spicey sausage, monteray jack cheese instead of swiss cheese and added a small jar of salsa for a delicious mexican twist. Meat lovers style, with half of a pound of each, sausage, bacon and ham, and veggy with sauteed red and yellow peppers, spinach, onion and mushrooms with sliced tomatoes on top. All fantastic!”

“This hearty casserole has bacon, eggs, hash browns, and three different cheeses all baked into a comforting breakfast dish, perfect for feeding a crowd.”




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