Food Storage Breakfast Casserole
I hope everyone is having a great Friday! I just put together a great new recipe for Food Storage Breakfast Casserole. As usual, all ingredients come straight from food storage. I did cook it in an oven, but this recipe would also work great in a Dutch oven or a Sport Solar Oven. This particular recipe is a little heavier on the hashbrown side and somewhat lighter on the eggs. Many breakfast recipes are mainly egg-based, so I wanted to make one based more on the potatoes. And it's amazing! One of our employees here stated how they normally need to add some ketchup to a breakfast casserole, but this one didn't need any additional condiments. The garlic pepper really does the trick (if you don't have any, just use garlic powder/salt and pepper). Definitely give this one a try. Next time I cook it I'm going to add some Yoder's bacon... --Grant
TRY HAM PIECES (pkg ham squares)
This looks good!
Cant hardly wait to try this!!
This looks tasty. I like that there are a lot of hashbrowns! Can't wait to try it. Thanks for posting it.
wow….I'm getting hungry just looking at it.
Looks delicious! Can't wait to try it!
i just bought the powdered butter i will have to give this recipe a try with it
Wanted to give you a thanks for the great food storage recipes. I've started mixing these up and sealing them in mylar bags with oxygen absorbers. With a direction label on the outside, my family is ready to cook a nice meal if I'm not home.
Your recipes gave me the inspiration to convert some of my own favorite meals to food storage ingredients also…so a big thumbs up to you!
This recipe looks good. Can't wait to give it a try!
Thanks for giving us recipes to use our food storage foods. We make a meal each week out of our food storage and it is nice to have recipes that use all or mostly storage.
Heidi and Jeff
Would this also work with powdered butter? I might need to give it a try since I need to start rotating some of my powdered butter. thanks for the recipe.