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Grandma Mack’s Breakfast Delight

James and I are huge fans of brinner. This hybrid of breakfast and dinner, brinner typically means we’re having bacon and eggs or breakfast tacos around 8 p.m.

One of the highlights of brinner for me is that typically it takes little to no effort to accomplish, and we’re always left feeling happy and full.

I spotted this recipe for “Grandma Mack’s Breakfast Delight” on Sargento’s website, and I knew we’d be having it soon, and we’d definitely be having it in the evening hours.

I’m not sure who Grandma Mack is, but I could kiss her. I really love how simple this casserole dish is, and the texture and flavors were not unlike the Panera Bread Soufflés I made last June.

If you’re cooking breakfast (or brinner) for a crowd, Grandma Mack’s Breakfast Delight will definitely do what it says on the tin. The fluffy eggs and deliciously bubbly cheddar jack on top are great on their own. But then you add that slightly crunchy, extra buttery crescent roll layer, and this is brinner perfection.

Much like an omelet, Grandma Mack’s Breakfast Delight is customizable. I upped the ante by adding garlic and onion powder, fresh red pepper, and parsley.

What would you add to make Grandma Mack’s recipe your own?

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Jenn and Seth (@HomeSkilletCook)

Friday 4th of May 2012

what an awesome brinner! love it!

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

Thursday 3rd of May 2012

We've been having our share of brinner lately, too! This looks like a winner... Yum!

shelly (cookies and cups)

Wednesday 2nd of May 2012

Anything that starts with crescent rolls is ok in my book. I have an unhealthy love affair with breakfast casseroles.

Gigi

Wednesday 2nd of May 2012

I would add chopped green chilies!

Heather of Kitchen Concoctions

Tuesday 1st of May 2012

When I first clicked on this post I was expecting a sweet story about your Grandma! Haha! Nonetheless this looks like a great breakfast, brunch, or brinner option (our go to brinner is ham and egg sandwiches on English muffins or bagels)!

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