large family food idea –breakfast overnight egg casserole

Making food for a large family, I have found is really no different than making it for a smaller family.  We just go through more of the food.  When it comes to eggs, I am thankful that we have a flock of chickens.  When we make our weekly dinner breakfast meal, we will generally go through around 50 eggs!!!

Along with baked overnight french toast casserole, we love to make this egg breakfast casserole.

Making casseroles, simplifies the time that I have to spend standing in front of the stove, flipping eggs.  I just mix it all together and pour into the pan.  Let the oven do the work, while I go change some diapers:)

Our large family food idea for breakfast overnight egg casserole:

  • 2 dozen eggs
  • 2 c milk
  • 2 cans cream of mushroom soup
  • 2 cans potatoes
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1 tsp salt and pepper
  • 2 bunches of green onion
  • 2 cups shredded cheese
  • 1 16 oz container of sour cream–sour cream will make your eggs fluffy and easy to cut and serve

In a large mixing bowl, crack your eggs.

013 Add your milk and whisk014 Add your sour cream015 Add your cream of mushroom soup, salt, pepper,and garlic and whisk well.016 chop up some green onion, and add017 Chop up your cans of potatoes and add018 Mix in your cheese, I used a mexican cheese blend.019 Pour into a greased 9 x13 baking dish.  You can bake immediately or cover it and refrigerate overnight.

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Bake in 350 for 45-60 minutes. This will puff up when finished029

A yummy twist from plain ol eggs.033

3 responses to “large family food idea –breakfast overnight egg casserole

  1. If one does not buy cans of potatoes, how much home cooked potatoes should one use?
    …..how many cups?????

    Thanks, can’t wait to make, I know the family will LOVE it!

    • I would say 2 large baking potatoes, if your family likes more potatoes then add more, you can even add frozen ones. I like canned as they are already cooked:) Good luck, let me know how it turns out for you. Amy

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