Mexican Egg Casserole
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 45 min.
Fantastic! Fluffy egg casserole. I personally don’t care for salsa on top so I added crumbled crispy bacon. I also added 3 oz of cream cheese, cubed small - dotted on top before baking.
Delicious, very flavorful. The baking powder makes it high and fluffy. I took it to a brunch and it was a hit!
Made this for family night and my family loved it.
Created an account just to rate this! AMAZING recipe. Simple, quick, but flavorful. I forgot to add the flour and baking powder but in my opinion the casserole is still fabulous without it. So excited I found this!
I just realized that I have made this recipe 6-8 times & have never submitted a review. I LOVE this recipe. The flavor & texture are amazing. I usually make this for a ladies brunch. I serve it with a side of mango / medium salsa & sour cream. I will continue to make this over & over!
Very good! I will be making it again. Served with sausage patties on the side for those needing some meat.
I made half this recipe for 2 of us and it would have served 6. i made it in an 8x8 baking dish maybe a 7x11 would be better. REALLY good especially topped with salsa. Pretty easy to put together. I used more cheese on the topping, 2% cottage cheese, a whole can of chilies, double the hot sauce, and oregano. Oven time: 400 for 15 minutes; 20 minutes at 350. I put the topping cheese on when i turned the heat to 350.
While my sister was in Mexico with her husband visiting relatives of his, they barely cooked their eggs dishes, which my sister thought was gross. She obligingly cooked one longer and received lots of grumbles and frowns; otherwise, it was quite enjoyable to learn their culture. Dish is delicious. Thanks
Can this casserole be made the day before and baked in the morning?
I left out the hot pepper sauce but this was a very tasteful dish and my son loved it!! I think the combination of cheeses made this a winner in our book.