Brunch, it’s not quite breakfast, it’s not quite lunch. I love the idea of eating a late breakfast. The reason I like brunch so much is because you are usually guaranteed to eat an egg bake. An egg bake consists of my favorite breakfast foods layered in a greased 9X13 pan, topped with cheese and baked in an oven at 350 degrees for 45-60 minutes. What’s not to love about that? The best part is, you make it the night before, so in the morning you just pop it in the oven. Now, I prefer to eat my brunch at home. Some restaurants will offer brunch buffets on Mother’s Day or another holiday, but my restaurant brunch experience has always left me disappointed. Sure, you may be offered a fancy meat, carved by some greasy, hungover looking dude wearing a chef’s hat; but who wants a side of roast beef with their eggs? Not me! I would rather sleep in and eat a tasty egg bake, in my pajamas, at home. Never had an egg bake? There are many different variations on this tasty breakfast casserole. Most include eggs, a breakfast meat, cheese and a filler (bread or potatoes). Tomorrow is Saturday, and I am going to make a delicious egg bake for my husband. So sleep in and enjoy a tasty egg bake!
My egg bake will consist of bacon, day old (many days old, in my case) bread, and cheese. I will add the recipe tomorrow after it is approved by quality control aka Alex 🙂