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  • Serves: 8

Ham & Egg Breakfast Casserole

Category: Breakfast

 Ingredients List

  • -1 pack of country gravy
  • -1.5 cups of milk (1/2 cup for casserole, 1 cup for gravy)
  • -4 slices of Petit Jean Ham
  • -6 large eggs
  • -1 cup shredded cheese (2/3 for casserole, 1/3 for gravy)
  • -Salt, Pepper, Water


Step 1: Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Dice up your 4 slices of ham into small pieces and heat them up on the stove. I just used a small pan and heated them up. Only took about 3-4 minutes. Once they”™re all warm, just turn off the stove and let them sit until we”™re ready to toss the ham into the casserole.

Step 2: Take a 9x13 pan, spray cooking spray on it, and arrange your 10 biscuits. As you can see, they don”™t cover the entire bottom, so just use your clean hands and form a crust. It doesn”™t have to be perfect.

Step 3: Grab a large bowl and whisk. Crack your 6 eggs and add in 1/2 cup of milk + salt & pepper. Don”™t go too nuts with the salt because the gravy, ham and cheese all have salt, too.

Step 4: Whisk until your eggs are well blended/beaten with the milk. You should have a frothy/bubbly consistency.

Step 5: Scatter the Petit Jean ham pieces all over the biscuit crust.

Step 6: Sprinkle 2/3 cups or 56 grams of cheese over the ham”¦yes, I measure everything precisely.

Step 7: Pour the egg mixture over the ham/cheese/biscuits. Pop into the oven for 17-20 minutes at 425.

While the casserole is cooking, you can quickly whip up a cheesy gravy to top it with. I used a store bought gravy packet which calls for 2 cups of water. Instead, I used 1 cup water + 1 cup milk for a creamier texture. I also added in 1/3 cup of cheese to make it a smidge more decadent. Cook on medium, and once the gravy thickens turn it down to low.

About 17 minutes later, I have a gorgeous, tasty, protein packed casserole. Let it sit for about 3 minutes before slicing into 8 servings. I used a pizza cutter.
Serve up a slice on a plate and top it with a heaping spoonful of cheesy gravy. Divine. It is so tasty and the gravy just sends it over the top. The cheese is gooey yet not overbearing. And the ham is salty and warm. Oh it is heaven.

Look at the beautiful biscuit crust as the steam rises up from the casserole/gravy.

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