Monday, April 2, 2012

Tater Tot Egg Casserole

I should have titled this post "sleepover casserole" since that is how my sister and I always referred to this breakfast my mom used to make us. It is an easy casserole that everyone loves, so my mom always made it whenever we had friends sleepover. I am still making it for sleepovers of my own :) I made this a few weekends ago for Nikki's bachelorette party.

-1 package tater tots
-1/3 cup melted butter
-1/2 lb sausage
-3/4 cup milk
-4-5 eggs
-1 tablespoon worchester sauce
-1 tablespoon cornstarch
-1/2 lb velveeta cheese

First, bake the tater tots with melted butter at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Brown 1/2 lb of sausage. Mix together 3/4 cup milk, 4-5 eggs, 1 tablespoon worchester sauce and 1 tablespoon of cornstarch. Put the tater tots in a baking dish and spread the sausage (cut up) evenly over tater tots. Then, pour the egg mixture over all. Cube the velveeta cheese and sprinkle evenly over casserole. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until cheese is melted and the casserole is brown around edges!

He seemed to enjoy it :)

I'll leave you with a few pictures of the three of us that my dad recently took for a new website design we are working on...

I love my two boys more than words can express :)


Aimee said... Best Blogger Tips

That casserole looks amazing. AND, your pics on the bike are so adorable. I love that ollie is with you :)

ABender said... Best Blogger Tips

i have great memories waking up to this casserole growing up! I specifically remember the first time i had it, it was at your house in coatesville, we always slept on the blue sofa in the basement and would wake up to your mom walking around on the creaky kitchen floor upstairs :)

Cindy said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh dear Aft, I had no idea that the floor "creaked" and woke you up...haha! I LOVED having all the girls sleepover :) I miss those days!!

Meghan said... Best Blogger Tips

I love your hair in those pics! How did you do it?

Life's a Bowl said... Best Blogger Tips

Breakfast casseroles always remind me of my mom, she used to make them for holiday brunches... I'll have to forward her this one :)

P.S. Great two seater bike!

Cait @ A Bicycle Built for Two said... Best Blogger Tips

Mehan-Thanks! I wrap the hair around the curling iron and hold it there for a few seconds instead of clasping it. I use a small curling iron as well :)

delphine said... Best Blogger Tips


Just a few words to tell you that your blog is fantastic, very original et creative !
I'm french (so sorry for my very bad english), I live in south of France and I read your famous recipes everyday. I love it ! (I try to cook like you but it's not easy because we dont have the same stores here in france, it's hard to find peanut butter/ velveeta cheese (I didnt' even known this before ...) or tatertote ! but it's quite cool !!)
Continue to post wonderfull pictures.
A bientôt !

Steve @ the Black Peppercorn said... Best Blogger Tips

Now this sounds good! I have never seen this recipe before but it would be a huge hit in my house. My kids would flip out over it as they love sausage and tater tots and anything cheesy. So happy to have found your blog!

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