I've been thinking about cooking up a breakfast bake since last year! This ended up being more of a "lunch bake" and it's loaded with delicious "Man Cave Craft Eats" jalapeno and cheddar sausage, which gives the eggs a spiciness and hot hint that turned out to be the perfect pairing for the feta cheese that I crumbled at the end.
As usual, I had a package of Clever Foodies Scramble in the fridge. I always have these packs at hand because they can make your life extremely easy - just add some veggies and protein to your scramble and you're good to go! For this recipe I used the Mediterranean flavor because the veggies I had to cook up go really well with the ones that come on the package.
I hope you like the recipe as much as we did. My husband helped me devour this and I'd gladly make anther one over the weekend!
1 - Preheat the oven to 400 F.
2 - Get all your ingredients prepped: wash and cut the peppers and the onions into slices. Trim the mushrooms, wash them and cut them in chunks and do the same thing with the mustard greens. Cut the sausage into big pieces and open up the eggs on a large bowl.
3 - Melt the butter on an skillet and add the onions and the peppers. Let the vegetables cook in a medium heat until they're soft.
4 - Add the mushrooms and season with salt, pepper, garlic powder and the red pepper flakes.
5 - Cook the vegetables for about 7-10 minutes and add the mustard greens mixing everything together to get the seasonings all over the greens.
6 - Add the Mediterranean scramble, the eggs and some of the feta cheese, reserving some to add in the end, after taking the egg bake out of the oven. Add the sausage slices and transfer the skillet to the oven to bake.
7 - Let this bake in the oven for about 25 minutes or until the eggs are golden and crisp around the edges. Turn the oven off and sprinkle over some chopped parsley and some more feta cheese on top of the breakfast bake and enjoy!
This recipe was enough for 3 whole meals for and my husband and also a light snack so these ingredients do go a long way.
I'm loving the Man Cave Craft Eats handcrafted meat products and can't wait for them to be sold all over the country so that everyone can get to try them out. Every item is unique and you can make so many different recipes with them that you won't be bored with the products.
Have you tried them yet?