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Does anyone have a yummy breakfast/brunch casserole or likewise recipe to share?? My dad is newly diagnosed celiac and they are staying over for Chrsitmas morning. I don't have a whole lot of time to experiment unfortunatley so I am looking for something tried and true!

I do have a son with celiac so I am used to cooking gluten free... the problem is he also has multiple food allergies so he's FAR more restricted then my dad. Plus he's picky and won't eat most combination foods... or anything that normally an adult would want to eat.

Any help would be appreciated!! TIA!!

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Try the omlet in the ziploc idea. A big bowl of scrambled eggs with other side bowls of onions, mushrooms, cheese, etc. Let each person scoop some eggs into his or her own bag and add ingredients that each person wants. Not quite sure of the amount of time to cook, because I haven't tried these, but saw the recipe several times. Zap in the microwave. Maybe someone has the original recipe. If not, try a sample before the family shows up....

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Search allrecipes for Oven Baked Eggs.....Easy, doesn't need to be watched over, and can add any combination of ingredients. We have it often.

Cider Sausage is another.....

Hatfield Sausage, crumbled and browned

Jar of Apple Sauce (Chunky is best)

Onion chopped

All baked together

Great on crackers or on its own and even better if cooked ahead of time and re-heated.

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My momma makes this and its delicious if you can do both eggs and dairy

take a casserole dish and line it with hash browns. we always used frozen hash browns but i dont know any gluten free brands off the top of my head. then put in eggs and sausage and cheese and any other things you night like. and she always baked it at 400* for maybe a half an hour or so. i would google it though to be sure becuase its been a long time since i made one

good luck. now you have me craving breakfast :P

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My family likes breakfast burritos on white corn tortillas. You could speed things up by cooking meats the day before and reheating. Prechop any veggies. Then just cook the eggs and hashbrowns sprinkle on cheese... Serve with fruit, cocoa, juices, muffins...

How funny, I just ran across a recipe for "Baked Omelet" in a Taste Of Home magazine. If you need the recipe I can post it. Let me know for sure b/c I type Veerryyy slooowwww :mellow::lol: No breads or flours just dairy, meat, eggs and veggies.

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Search allrecipes for Oven Baked Eggs.....Easy, doesn't need to be watched over, and can add any combination of ingredients. We have it often.

Cider Sausage is another.....

Hatfield Sausage, crumbled and browned

Jar of Apple Sauce (Chunky is best)

Onion chopped

All baked together

Great on crackers or on its own and even better if cooked ahead of time and re-heated.

What is Hatfield sausage? I assume it's a brand. I've never seen it though. But that sounds like a good thing to make for Christmas breakfast.

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I have served this recipie lots of times. It has eggs, asparagus, bell peppers, zuchini. http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/vie...Frittata-101499

You can add feta cheese (if you're adventurous) or other cheese. (Read the reader reviews.)

For Christmas, I use red bell peppers so you have the Red and Green colors.

Or I make a Farmers' Casserole, like Hannah says. Hash browns, green onions, ham (cubed), cheese, eggs, a bit of milk.

My other fav is from Pasta & Co.'s cookbook. It has caramelized onions, spinach, bacon or canadian bacon and parmesan cheese.

I can post these other recepies tonight if you want me too...they're saved in my computer at home.

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Hatfield is a brand.

All these delicious ideas are making my tummy grumble!

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Try the omlet in the ziploc idea. A big bowl of scrambled eggs with other side bowls of onions, mushrooms, cheese, etc. Let each person scoop some eggs into his or her own bag and add ingredients that each person wants. Not quite sure of the amount of time to cook, because I haven't tried these, but saw the recipe several times. Zap in the microwave. Maybe someone has the original recipe. If not, try a sample before the family shows up....

I tried this once, even used the heavy duty platic bags and the darned things warped and melted <_<

My momma makes this and its delicious if you can do both eggs and dairy

take a casserole dish and line it with hash browns. we always used frozen hash browns but i dont know any gluten free brands off the top of my head. then put in eggs and sausage and cheese and any other things you night like. and she always baked it at 400* for maybe a half an hour or so. i would google it though to be sure becuase its been a long time since i made one

good luck. now you have me craving breakfast :P

This is what I was going to suggest, I make it frequently. It's super easy and you can assemble the whole thing the night before. You bake it at 350 for 30-45 minutes--when eggs are set, it's done!

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Omlettes in a bag are delicious and fun to make. The way we have always made them are :

Large sauce/stock pan boiling water

1 quart size FREEZER ziplock bag per omlet

1 or 2 eggs

any thing you would like in your omlette

cheese

onions

peppers

sasuage

ham

mushrooms

asperagus

salt and pepper

butter

(choices are endless)

Break your 1-2 eggs into your bag, add any other ingredient you would like, Zip your bag and squish the mixture together.

Drop bag into the boiling water and cook 7-10 min. it depends on how much stuff is in your bag. no more than 5 bags per pan or they dont cook well.

when they are done take out of water, unzip bag, and slide out onto plate.

we would also cut designs, or marks, on the top edge of the bag to have a way of remembering who's bag is who's.

Lynn-

Brother has been recently diagnosed with gluten intolerance (trying to learn as much as I can about it)

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