Bacon Breakfast Casserole
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Bacon Breakfast Casserole

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Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time45 min

Difficulty Level

Ingredients

  • 4 slices bread
  • 6 eggs, beaten
  • 1 pound bacon
  • 2 cups milk
  • 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 teaspoon dry mustard

Instructions

  1. Grease the bottom of a 9"x13" pan. Tear up 4 slices of bread and place in the bottom of the pan.
     
  2. Cook bacon, drain and sprinkle over bread pieces.
     
  3. Sprinkle cheddar cheese over meat. Mix eggs, milk & mustard and pour over casserole. Bake at 350 degrees F for 35-40 minutes.

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I've made stratas like this a lot. They haven't come out greasy at all. When I make bacon I not only drain it but also soak up the fat/grease on brown paper bags and or paper towels. I make bacon on the outdoor grill a lot and most of the grease is removed. I put the bacon right on the grates. Just make sure you have a big pan or can to catch all the grease. Lao when making stratas I find that you want the bacon on the well done side so it crumbles up better.

Hello SarahSmiles, Thanks for the suggestions! As many of our recipes are reader submitted, sometimes I believe that a little tweeking can always make a recipe a little healthier or better suited to your needs if necessary. Thanks again!

I haven't tried this recipe due to the negative comments of the bacon content. My first thought is to substitute it with turkey bacon thus cutting out most of the fats. I am not a diabetic and not familiar with the limitations of the diet.

chasityterry 7823440: Thanks for your feedback on the recipe. I'm sorry you didn't like it. Would you have any feedback on how to make the recipe better? Blair, editor for RecipeLion.com

This was horrible -- with the grease from the bacon (even though I drained it, etc) and all of the cheese - the eggs stayed runny even when I cooked it ten additional minutes. Total waste of good ingredients.

professor91 Thanks for clarifying and helping fellow readers out! grasersr 0039084 Thanks for contributing to the conversation! Thanks! Blair, editor for RecipeLion.com

I think all things good should be eaten in moderation , if it tastes good is not good for you , If it tastes like cardboard you can eat as much as you want, Rice cakes, wheat bread ,ETC

Keep in mind that this recipes makes six servings. If you prepare bacon, you allow about three strips per person. I see no excess in this recipe at all. People need to pay attention.

If anyone is on a low-fat-diabetic or any other diet they should look under those and not be so hard on recipes that other people like!!!!! Their comments are not helpful in rating these recipes. You also know by reading the recipes if they would be alright for your dietary intake.

Sounds good, I would love to try -minus the mustard. Love the salsa idea. I'll let you know how this turn out. happycookusa

I agree with Cc210...moderation is the key to anything for anyone! Contrary to what food manufacturer's and big pharma and the health industry tries to tell us... animal fats are actually good for us...our bodies need them. Take a clue from our feathered friends and other small creatures who love the suet we put out for them in the winter! And my homemade tortillas...made with lard and not vegetable oil....are better than any store bought, that seem to always fall apart. Back to basics in moderation is the new mantra for the future.

"Rated on: Jul 09, 2010 by Chef 20028 I am surprised that a recipe would be printed that uses one pound of bacon! That is too much for anyone, let alone diabetics." The recipe is for 6 servings! That is about 2.5 OUNCES!! Diabetics are allowed to have bacon, ie fats......you might want to check out some of the NEW info available for diabetics. This is old school teaching that says that diabetics can't have this or that. We can have *anything* we want in moderation and if it is counted into the daily diet!

I am surprised that a recipe would be printed that uses one pound of bacon! That is too much for anyone, let alone diabetics.

Try some salsa between the cheese and eggs-mix steps. Delicious!

I love these recipes. I just found out that I am diabetic, and these help a great deal when planning menus.

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