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People Will Be Eating Pie For Breakfast From All Over The Land Once They Get A Load Of This Recipe

My sister-in-law and her husband were coming to stay at our house for a visit. I was excited, but also a little nervous. She isn’t judgmental at all, but I always feel a little left out when her and my husband, her brother, get together. They have a very close relationship, and they have since they were young. It seems as though nobody is ever good enough for her baby bro, even though we have been married for nearly a decade. We don’t see them that often so maybe that’s why.

I had talked to her a bit about what they wanted to do as far as food went, just in case we had to make any reservations anywhere. She insisted that we didn’t go out, she wanted me to cook. Well, no pressure there is there. I was at a loss of what I was going to do. Casseroles? Grilling? Pot roast? And what about breakfast?

The breakfast pie I found on the web while anxiously looking around online for the answers put my mind at ease, at least a little bit. It looked and sounded amazing, so I figured it would be good enough for the occasion. It didn’t sound all that hard to make either so that was a bonus. We had to wait and see.



The first night that they arrived at our house, I had made a simple cordon bleu casserole and she actually gave me praise. That made me worry a bit more about the pie the next morning. Was it going to be good enough? When I set it out on the table, she looked a little worried about what I was trying to do. Pie for breakfast? When I cut into it though and started passing out slices, her face relaxed and we actually had an enjoyable meal, and the rest of the visit went just as smoothly.

Great for breakfast, but there’s no reason why you can’t serve this any time of the day!


2 Pillsbury pie crust
1 lb Oscar Mayer bacon; cooked and crumbled
1/2 can(s) Spam; cubed
6 pre-cooked sausage links; cut up
6 eggs
1/2 c onion; diced
1/2 c bell pepper; diced
1/3 c milk
1 c Kraft cheddar cheese; shredded
salt and pepper


Cook bacon until crisp, then crumble. Set aside.
Use part of the bacon drippings saute onion, bell pepper, and Spam.
Beat eggs, milk, salt, and pepper.
Lay bottom crust in pie pan, then add crumbled bacon in first. Then layer some onion mixture on top of bacon, add some cheese, then part of egg mixture, next add the sausage then repeat until all is in the pan. Use the second pie crust to lay on top, brush with milk so it doesn’t get too dark.
Bake in the oven at 350 degrees for one hour. Let settle for few minutes before cutting.