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Canadian Bacon Egg Casserole Recipe

breakfast, leftovers, lunchSheri SpalloneComment
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Do you love breakfast casseroles?  We do! Breakfast casseroles are perfect for holidays, brunches, family gatherings, or even dinner because they can be made ahead, which leaves more time for you to enjoy the things that matter most, like sleep, and family, and sleep;)  

We also love when our friends across the nation share their favorite Cherchies® recipes with us! Thank you Colleen, from Pennsylvania, for sharing this delicious hearty breakfast recipe! Your secret ingredient made this egg dish divine!  Eggs, Canadian Bacon, French Bread, and cheese, how could you go wrong, right?  But what if you added dill to this tasty mix?  Dill and eggs? Absolutely!  Hello! Colleen used Cherchies® Lem'n Dill Seasoning in this casserole, which in our opinion elevated this recipe from great to awesome!  

You need to add this breakfast casserole to your list of favorite recipes, as you will not be disappointed.  Make it the night before, let it soak in the refrigerator over night, and its ready to plop in the oven the next morning, allowing you extra time for whatever is important to you!  

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  • 4 slices of French Bread, crusts removed, cubed

  • 1 lb. Canadian bacon, diced

  • 8 eggs, beaten to blend

  • 3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese

  • 3/4 cup shredded Jalapeno Jack Cheese

  • 1 1/2 Tablespoons (Tbsp.) Cherchies® Lem'n Dill Seasoning Blend

  • 4 cooked potatoes, sliced

Lightly grease a 9x13 inch baking dish and set aside.  Wash potatoes.  In a medium pan, boil potatoes (ok to leave skin on) until potatoes are al dente (or just about cooked). Drain the potatoes.  Allow potatoes to cool before slicing.

Dice Canadian bacon.

Arrange the bread cubes and potatoes in the bottom of prepared pan.  Then add diced bacon.  Pour beaten eggs over top (I took this photo before I beat the eggs).  Top with cheese and Lem'n Dill.  

Cover with foil and refrigerate overnight.  
When ready to bake, preheat the oven to 350 degrees.  Remove foil.  Bake the casserole until eggs are set, approximately 35 minutes. Cool 5 minutes.  Serve hot and enjoy!

Canadian Bacon Egg Casserole Recipe

Canadian Bacon Egg Casserole Recipe