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Mexican Breakfast Casserole

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Start your morning on the right side of the bed and dig in to this recipe for Mexican Breakfast Casserole. Filled with sausage, corn and cheese, this is truly one of the best casserole recipes around.

Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 pound lean turkey sausage
  • 1 pound frozen corn
  • 6 eggs, or euqivalent egg substitute
  • 1 pouch cornbread mix
  • 2 cans light creamed corn
  • 3 ounces frozen green chiles
  • Pepper
  • Garlic powder
  • 2/3 pound reduced fat cheddar cheese
  • Skim milk
Instructions
  1. Cook the turkey sausage in a griddle or pan until completely browned. Remove any excess fat from the pan and evenly spread the turkey sausage in a casserole dish. Sprinkle one pound of frozen corn kernels over the sausage.
     
  2. Mix together the eggs, cornbread mix, creamed corn, green chiles, pepper, garlic powder and 1/2 a pound of cheese. Add the milk to the mixture until liquid-y.
     
  3. Pour mixture over the corn and sausage. Sprinkle the top with more cheese.
     
  4. Bake at 350 degrees F until barely set.

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I had several people over for what I thought was going to be a nice brunch where I could impress them with my cooking skills. I chose this because breakfast casseroles are typically easy-to-make and no hassle. . . . NOT THIS ONE. Do NOT make this. The vague directions leave you with a soupy MESS of a dish... The casserole became the "awww that's cute," of the party. If you're not familiar with an "awww that's cute" kind of situation, led me shed some light onto it: It's that thing when you try to do something and talk it up, and then it turns out to be a disgusting, heinous, I'm-never-going-to-eat-THAT mess, but because you were clearly making an effort to please people, they give you a half-hearted "awww that's cute," just to console you. . . . NEVER, I repeat, NEVER in my LIFE have a I read a recipe that DOESN'T include a cooking time... Not only that but, a recipe that doesn't include a cooking time but in the comments mentions to bake for 5 mins... WHO BAKES SOMETHING IN THE OVEN FOR FIVE MINUTES??? . . . This recipe website should have been buried in the 90s, during the decade it was CLEARLY born in.

Hi b48elaine 2034871, We have adjusted the recipe to reflect the right amount of corn. Also, the milk is something to add slowly as you stir. The amount will depend on how much it takes to make the mixture the right consistency. You will just have to add it slowly until it is right. Thanks! -Editors of FaveHealthyRecipes

What do you do with the second pound of frozen kernel corn? Also can you give an approximate amount of milk?

Hi ArcticRoses, I would suggest baking it for 5 minutes and keeping an eye on it after that. -Editors of FaveHealthyRecipes

This recipe doesn't say how long to bake this for. :/

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