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Brunch Made Easy(er) Part 2

by Alexandra


July 7, 2014

Hello, Darling! Brunch may be one of the most magical meals of the day. Alexandra walks us through her favorite savory brunch dish, the one she gets asked to bring to brunch all the time. It's a tried-and-true recipe!

Stay tuned for the other parts of the Brunch Made Easy(er) series, where Alexandra talks about planning for brunch and teaches us her favorite sweet brunch dish.

Denver Egg Strata


1 dozen eggs
3 ½ c. milk
1 t. yellow mustard
½ t. salt
¼ t. pepper
1 ½ c. ham, cubed
1 c. green bell pepper, chopped
1 c. onion, chopped
12 slices white bread, cubed
2 c. sharp shredded cheese


  1. Wisk eggs.
  2. Add milk and wisk again.
  3. Add mustard, salt and pepper. Wisk again. 
  4. Add ham and stir. 
  5. Add pepper, onion bread and cheese. Stir. 
  6. Spray pan with cooking spray. Pour batter in pan and cover with plastic wrap. 
  7. Refrigerate overnight. 
  8. Bake at 350 for an hour and 10 minutes.



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Yummy! I'll use this recipe this year for a MOPS brunch! Thanks!


I'm unable to Pin this, due to an invalid image or lack of an image. Will this be posted on Pinterest under any of the MOPS boards?


does this help?


Melissa, yikes! Multiple things to address here. We were building these posts without an image because it has a video, but we'll have to relook at this. I'll get back to you.


Found it, I think:


Or this works too. :) I believe that Alexandra originally got it out of the Colorado Cache cookbook, but a good recipe is a good recipe!


Is there a place the recipe is written out so I don't have to transcribe it from the video? Thanks.


Woopsies! We meant to post that. Here you go!