Tomato and Onion Breakfast Casserole


MaryAnnSince most of the time I finally get around to eating when I’m half starved, I like keeping a dish of something ready to eat in the fridge at all times. Otherwise I go to the cabinet and will devour anything I can. Sunday was a perfect example. I woke up hungry and although there was food in the house, none of it was in ready-to-eat form. Instead of raiding the cabinets I grabbed a handful of almonds and started my day in the kitchen. I took stock of what I had and put together one of my favorite breakfast casseroles. It is good warm or cold, and it reheats nicely in the microwave. You can vary the vegetables to suit your taste; crumbled bacon is a nice addition, too.

Breakfast Casserole 

Tomato and Onion Breakfast Casserole

1 large tomato
1 onion
1  1/2 cups flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon basil
2 cups shredded cheese
1/4 cup oil
1/4 cup milk
4 eggs

Preheat the oven to 375 F.

First, dice the tomato and put in in a colander to drain off most of the liquid.

8/27/2014 8:11:28 AM

MaryAnn, Mmmm, yum. Sounds easy and delicious. I may have to give this one a try. I'm always up for a new recipe that is easy to fix and tastes good hot or cold and microwaves well. ***** I had to laugh at your comment about being hungry and devouring anything in sight. I have that same issue. When I'm working on a major project, I forget to eat until I'm starving hungry. Then it is hard to try to fix something and endure the wait. ***** Have a great Tomato Onion Breakfast.

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