Stir and Season Saturday

Stir and Season Saturday

During the holidays, many of us have overnight guest so I am always on the "look" for great Breakfast food. I think I received this recipe from one of my MOPS friends a couple of years ago..super yummy and perfect for that Saturday morning!

French Ham and Cheese Breakfast Casserole

3 cups cubed French bread (1/2 loaf)

3 cups cooked cubed ham

1/2 pound of cheddar cheese cut into 1 inch squares

3 T flour

1T dry mustard

3 T butter, melted

4 eggs

3 cups of milk

Butter a 9 by 13 pan straight edged baking dish or a large souffle dish. Layer 1/3 of bread cubes, 1/3 ham cubes and 1/3 of cheese cubes in bottom of dish. Mix flour and mustard in small bowl. Sprinkle 1 T of mixture over layers. Dribble 1 T of melted butter over flour and mustard. Layer bread, ham , cheese, flour mixture and butter 2 more times. Beat eggs and milk until foamy; pour over layers and cover; Chill for at least 4 hours or overnight; Bake uncovered at 350 for one hour or until puffed. Enjoy with a side of fresh fruit!

*Wonderful red dishware from Williams and Sonoma

36 comments:

White Iris Designs said...

I think I might give this a try this weekend!
Found you on SITs & I think you visit my friend, The Muse's blog.
Enjoyed your blog very much.
Have a great weekend!

Kelly said...

This sounds perfect for Christmas morning! Thanks for the recipe.

Heather said...

Sound super yummy! I have to make this!

The Muse said...

Ooooo I can smell them already!
AHhhhhhhhh
Now, I just need to bake them LOL
This will require assistance for The Muse...perhaps White Iris Design's (Ms Tam) will be good to me this year!

Great idea for a breakfast in bed treat, hint to the hubby...:)

Liz said...

Sounds good!

Davisix said...

We have this every Christmas morning. It's one of my favorites! We sometimes use sausage (hot) or bacon. YUMMO! :) Ang

Chris said...

Yummo, I'm putting this in my recipe folder for future use. Thanks. Have a wonderful weekend.

Hugs,
Chris

Jo said...

Ooooh, this sounds delicious! I'll have to try it next weekend.

Thanks for sharing,
Jo

Mrs. S. said...

Yum!

Busy Bee Suz said...

What time is breakfast?

Jillene said...

YUM!! I actually think that my kids would eat it too!!

The Arthur Clan said...

My kids love breakfast casserole...I can't wait to try this on them. Yum!

Jan said...

Oh complete yum.

jennykate77 said...

We make something similiar to this. Sounds so good!

Hope you're having a great weekend!

AndreaLeigh said...

yum! your recipes never fail or dissappoint!

Ruby Red Slippers said...

That's what we have Christmas morning at my Mom's...Love it!!!

Kristen said...

I am officially hungry! This sounds wonderful!!!! I will definitely try this!
K

Ashley Griffin said...

Mmmmm that sounds good AND easy!

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

This sounds perfect for Christmas morning....especially when you have neighbors and family dropping by!!

I am going to need to s Stir and Season cookbook for all of your great recipes!!

Enjoy your weekend!

Lisa

April said...

Oh, wow...that would be so good to have for Christmas morning! Thank you so much!!! Can't wait to try it!

lmerie said...

Yum! Love breakfast casseroles...Thanks!

sassy stephanie said...

Oh yummers. I love love love bfast dishes.

Erin said...

That looks like a recipe I'll have to defiantly try!

Mimi Sue said...

I love breakfast casseroles. I make one similar to this for Christmas breakfast. With a fruit salad it's a great way to start the day. (I make it the night before and put it in the oven when I get up and it's ready after the presents.) Mimi

kari and kijsa said...

Yum, yum, yum!
Happy Saturday!
blessings,
kari & kijsa

Daphine said...

This sounds awesome! Thanks so much for always posting such GREAT recipes!!!

Jessica said...

This would be a great dish to have on Christmas morning! Thanks for posting!

Jen - Balancing beauty and bedlam said...

Yep, if there was someone logged in for oh.....45 minutes....it was me, checking my...I mean your blog roll. I LOVE "vacation". Well, at least I am calling it that even though it hasn't felt like it yet. :)

Keli said...

YUMMO!!!! What a great recipe! Thanks for sharing!

squawmama said...

OK I stopped by to visit and fell in love with your blog... it is so cute I will be adding you to my favorites... I will be filing that recipe in my favorites and cooking it soon... YUMMO!!! Please come by to visit and sign my guestbook please... If you want to follow my blog then click on Squawmama’s followers... would love to be your bloggin buddy... Have a great Sunday...

(((HUGS)))
Donna

michele said...

Thanks for that yummy recipe!!

Quiche Me, I'm Yours! said...

I love casserole's, me being from the south you know. I'll have to try it. I'll let you know how it turns out. And you quessed right, we live where the snow falls!!!!

Ruby Red Slippers said...

(I don't have the recipe for the coffee cake!)
I should work on that, huh?
I thought of you yesterday at Starbucks-I had a Christmas drink-some kind of toffee mocha-It was sooo good, i thought you would love it, since you like Starbucks, but not so much straight coffee!

The Berry's Patch said...

This sound yummy! I'm going to copy this.

Our Complete Family said...

I am a sucker for bfast casseroles. This is on my 'to bake' list now for the holidays!
Thanks hun and Merry Decemember to ya!!!

Smelling Coffee said...

That looks DELICIOUS! Perfect for a Christmas morning breakfast. :-)