When we took a trip to see my sister and brother-in-law in Duluth recently (click the link to see pictures and read about it if you haven’t already), they served us a delicious breakfast! Ron, who doesn’t really cook, had made it! (At least I don’t think he does–do you, Ron??) Well, anyway, it was really, really good. It had so much flavor. So, of course I asked for the recipe. It was so simple, he told me how to make it on the spot. But of course, with my memory, I had to call later to get it right. It is really easy and I think you’ll agree that it’s delicious!
For a really easy and delicious brunch that will have everyone thinking that you fussed, serve this recipe with Smoothies and store-bought muffins (or you can make your own!), and strawberries or assorted fresh fruit. Your guests (or just your family) will love it!
Ron’s Breakfast Bake
Ingredients: (no, there’s no milk and yes, that’s 7 eggs)
1 Pillsbury Deep-dish pie crust
1 pound Jimmy Dean regular sausage, cooked and grease drained off (you can make this up ahead, and wipe off more grease)
2 cups of cheese, shredded (they used Cheddar Jack)
salt and pepper to taste
1 medium onion, cut up
Mix all together, pour into pie crust and bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Check after an hour, by putting a knife into the center, to see if it’s done, (the knife will come out clean) and bake longer, if necessary.
*This recipe freezes well, so you could use both pie crusts (they come in a package of 2) and make a couple of these, freezing one for later. You can also cut the recipe in half (your choice on whether you use 3 or 4 eggs:), but then use a regular pie crust, not deep dish.