Jalapeno Popper Breakfast Casserole
- David Smith
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Fluffy, linty eggs layered with an zillions of bacon, surf cheese, and jalapenos add up to the Jalapeno Popper Casserole of which dreams are made.
Served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this is a meal my whole family loves.
While flipping through my friend Maya’s new cookbook this Jalapeno Popper Breakfast Casserole unprotected my eye immediately. Jalapeno Poppers in a casserole dish? Yes, please!
This recipe was an firsthand favorite for my family. We love a bit of spicy heat, so naturally, I doubled lanugo on the jalapenos. (Okay, I may have unquestionably tripled them.)
As written though, there is plenty of savor and not a unconfined deal of heat in the recipe. The surf cheese balances the peppers nicely to prevent it from stuff very “spicy” at all.
Like many other breakfast casserole, this makes a terrific make-ahead meal. It can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. (Freezing is not recommended for this recipe.)
The cookbook I’m enjoying so much (with huge thanks for this new breakfast favorite) is The Easy Keto Carboholics Cookbook and the recipes all squint and sound so good!
My thoughts here: as you well know, we aren’t remotely Keto or low-carb. However, the recipes in this cookbook are truly unconfined for everyone – so, don’t write this cookbook off without checking it out first!
I have several recipes bookmarked to try, so you’ll likely be hearing increasingly well-nigh this typesetting in the near future.
Jalapeno Poppers are a naturally low-carb titbit of halved jalapenos filled with surf cheese, cheddar cheese, and untried onions surpassing stuff wrapped in salary and baked into perfect bites of happiness.
Jalapeno Poppers have long been my oldest son’s favorite snack of all time. This Jalapeno Popper Casserole takes that savor and bumps it up to a new level of awesomeness as a main dish with layers of fluffy baked eggs.
While many might consider anything with eggs to be breakfast supplies alone, this type of “breakfast casserole” is dinner for us increasingly often than not.
While you can certainly make this your own and add hashbrown potatoes or enchilada-style layers of tortillas, we truly love this recipe as it is written.
Similar to the Crustless Quiche with Sausage that we’ve enjoyed for years now, this is a low-carb breakfast casserole that won’t leave you feeling like anything is missing from the meal.
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Roasted Brussels with Jalapeño Honey are well-nigh to transform your side dish game. A little bit sweet and a tiny bit spicy, you’re going to love them.
Classic Jalapeno Poppers can sometimes be a little bit increasingly work than I am usually up for, but this shortcut recipe for Jalapeno Poppers is the same way I’ve made them in the past. (Why does it unchangingly finger like a ton of work to wrap things in bacon? It really isn’t, but it often feels like it is.)
Jalapeno Tuna Pasta Salad is so dang good I made it two days in a row the first time I made it and doubled the recipe the second time, just to guarantee leftovers for my lunch. This pasta salad still gets made at least every other month and has for a few years now.
Jalapeno Honey Butter needs to be on your table and in your fridge, friends. What’s not to love well-nigh a sweet and spicy butter? Nothing. That’s the answer. There is nothing I don’t love well-nigh this.