No ImageAsparagus Artichoke Breakfast Casserole

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  1. Irene

    The favor for this dish was excellent except for the bread that turned out soggy. I don’t like soggy bread so for me I will not be making this dish again. But if you don’t mind soggy bread then I give this dish a thumbs up for the excellent favor. :-)

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  2. Annie in Ohio

    We love artichokes and asparagus, so this is a great casserole for Easter brunch—or any meal! I usually make it without meat because a couple of the kids are vegetarian, and it’s totally delicious.

    By the way, just for fun, I did a search on this site for “asparagus” — and wow wow wow! The most incredible array of pastas, salads, a soufflé, and omg omg omg!!

    I hardly know where to start

  3. Karen

    I’m so happy I found your site! Every recipe I’ve made so far has been amazing!
    I’ve just put this casserole in the oven to take over to my sister’s for Easter lunch. I can’t wait to try it! If it’s anything like the other recipes I’ve made of yours, I’m sure it will be delicious. Thanks for the great tips and pictures along with the recipes. They have definitely elevated this home cook and given me a lot more confidence in the kitchen.

  4. Kate

    This may be good for brunch but I’m thinking also an excellent dinner with a salad. Yum!

  5. Amy

    Truly delicious! My guests so enjoyed this dish. I swapped 1/4 lb. of the asparagus for diced zucchini and scattered some sautéed mushrooms in the mix. Also added 1/2 tsp. freshly ground coriander seed to the custard for a light lemony spice. Looking forward to playing with flavors with different breads, veggies, cheeses and seasonings. Thanks for this flexible recipe!

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