Vegetable & Egg Casserole How-to Video

Tired of the same old breakfast/brunch recipes? Try this delicious Vegetable & Egg Casserole. It’s a great one pot meal and can be prepared the night before and baked in the morning – or when you need it. This Vegetable & Egg Casserole is one to keep in mind when you have overnight guests or family visiting for the holidays.

For a detailed recipe, click HERE.

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0 thoughts on “Vegetable & Egg Casserole How-to Video

  1. Would only egg whites work in this case, instead of whole eggs. Just trying to make it more healthy with lower cholesterol and fat. Would egg whites bind

    1. Hi MCM,

      Honestly, we have not tried it with only egg whites, but it should work. You will have to use more eggs…maybe even lightly saute the veggies so they will not cause excess moisture in the mix.

  2. Hi Asha,

    Sorry it did not turn out well for you. I am not sure if you meant to say 350 degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius, the recipe calls for 350F. French bread might work better because it holds better.

  3. Hi,
    I tried this recipe and i use normal wheat bread, the wheat bread was very soggy. Also the vegetable looks undercooked. the palak got burn at the bottom , i did 350c for 45 mins.
    Sorry It didnt turn out great, i had to throw it.

  4. Hi Bindu,

    Unfortunately, we don’t think there is a good substitute for eggs in this recipe. The eggs are what caused the entire casserole to firm up and become “cut-able”. Sorry!

    If anyone else has any ideas, we’d love to hear them.

  5. looks yummy…thanks hetal and anuja for the wonderful job…can the eggs be substituted with something else? for vegetarians and non-eggetarians!!!!!

  6. Yummmmmm….. wish i had all the ingredients right now, would have impressed my hubby first! 😉
    M def. gonna try this out, may be this weedend.

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