Bundt Cake breakfast

1 cup diced Ham
2 c tater tots…still frozen
1 dozen whisked eggs
1 can (8) Pilsbury Grands biscuits..diced up (raw)
2 c. Cheese…your choice…I used Cheddar
1/4 c milk

All mixed together. Put in greased bundt pan. Bake on 400 degrees for 45 mins. When done flip onto platter and cut and serve

You can use any meat or any veggie you want!!!! The key is not to add too much bread and the tater tots add just the right amount of potatoes…they shred up and you would think they were hash browns without making it dense! I have made this SOOOOO many times and varied the ingredients almost every single time! but this morning these were the simple ingredients I used!!! So get creative!!!! you won’t find this recipe anywhere because, as usual I MADE IT UP!

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    • I can only eat completely pureed foods, but I have it on the oven rIght now, for my family. Sure hope they will like it!

      • I also have a feeding tube a j-tube and my brother tagged me in this to make it for him hes staying at my house this weekend lol i still love cooking and suck on alot of foods yet for taste always have to try what i cook LOL

  1. Thank you for making recipes printable. The UK site makes it near to impossible…but not quite! I just wish there was a nice pic to go with it.

    • I just right clicked on the picture, chose ‘copy image’ and pasted it into a Word doc along with the recipe and voila!! It is nice to have printable recipes though – I just like a picture too.

  2. I made almost the exact same thing but in my crockpot. I put everything all together, layered it and put it in on low heat for about 6-8 hours. I had breakfast ready when we were.

  3. Can’t wait to make this. Would be good before a trip.
    it can be coking while you get ready to leave the house. Then you can eat and run.

  4. Do you think I can make a vegan version with egg replacement and add sieved peppers and onions?
    Morningstar meat replacement (sausage) might work very well.

  5. The photo looks like it might have some scallions in it too which I think I would add. Looks yummy and easy.

    • The recipe is there, squished under the “Free Printable Forms” ad and both above and below the “Start Download” button.

  6. I make another recipes with scallions and cut up squash and it is delicious too. It doesn’t come as high as this but I think it would be very good also. I am going to try it with both those ingredients too!

    • I did not use a Bundt pan.
      A glass casserole dish or an aluminum casserole dish (I used a recycled Stouffer Lasagna aluminum pan), the biggest size, I just greased it well. It turned out perfect. I have a Bundt pan but I did not use it.

  7. WOW….I will certainly be making this ASAP for my family. I was wondering if you might have an already tried-and-true LOW CARB version. I will be rejoining low carb in the next month or so and would love to have this on my go-to recipe list. Thank you.
    Sheryl
    PS If possible, can you email me directly at the email address I listed below. I often don’t see replies to posts and really, really don’t want to miss your reply. Thank you again.

  8. I tried your cabbage roll casserole and it was great! I can not wait to try this bundt cake recipe.

  9. This looks and sounds absolutely delicious!! Can’t wait to try it!! Thank you for your fabulous recipes!!

  10. This looks and sounds DELICIOUS! How do I add the biscuits to It? Do they just get mixed in or placed in? Thank you!

  11. Hi if it stuck to your bundt pan I would suggest not spraying it but grease it well and flour it lightly. The spray doesn’t work good with all things baked. It looks delicious will try it very soon. I like to make up my recipes also. I will try and share some with you all soon.
    Thanks for sharing

  12. I couldn’t get the recipe to print using my tablet or my phone. Don’t much like the “printer friendly” button because it isn’t so friendly. Recipe looks delicious tho.

    • I have the same issue. I have found that a screen shot works and I just save it to a recipe file and pull it up as needed.

  13. made this for company and we all loved it. i didnt have ham but a leftover steak and it worked great. i quartered my bisquits but will cut smaller next time! thanks for sharing!!!

  14. I can bot turn my oven pass 375 or my smoke alarm goes off. Any suggestion. I really would love to try this. Looks Yummmmmmmmmmmmyyyyyyyy! Thanks!!!

  15. I think your recipes are great. This last one I will be saving for your when I have a house full, because this looks like it will take care of a lot people

  16. I’ve made this several times. My recipe calls for hash browns. And I cook mine in large muffin tins. This is one of my granddaughter favorites. Also 1 tsp. Of baking powder. I’m not sure what that dies and sometimes I forget to add it.Im really bad about not following recipes perfectly. Anyeay, it’s really good and easy.

  17. I really wish you would make your recipes Pinterest pin-able! Would love to pin this on my breakfast pinterest page. 🙁

  18. Sounds very much like the egg casseroles I made for Sunday breakfasts. I’m assuming that the biscuits will bake as well. I will be using my homemade sausage instead of ham. Don’t like ham very much. And using shredded Mexican blend cheese. Maybe some sauteed green peppers. Hmm. I wonder.

  19. I do a similar recipe, but no potatoes or bread, we’re low carb/South Beach. I add diced bell peppers and mushrooms. I have added diced tomatoes and a little tomato juice if I want something savory to replace the cheese. Any veggies work. I have used bacon bits, but usually go veggie.
    I bake at 375 for 35 minutes in a glass casserole pan sprayed with cooking spray, reheat leftovers in the microwave.

  20. Made it for Womens Ministry breakfast and everyone loved it. Had to scoop it out of Bundy pan / wouldn’t come out when flipped over. Still delish.

    • They are little rectangle-ish hash browns made from potatoes. About the size of your thumb. You could most likely use cooked shredded potatoes (hash browns) in this recipe and it would work just as good.

    • A tater tot is a product that is made from shredded potatoes, some seasoning and flour depending on recipe or product. and formed in to a small pieces about the size of your finger between the hand and first joint. I googled and Wiki says they are called “potato gems”, “potato royals” or “potato pom-poms” in Australia. You can good for pictues.

  21. Definitely sounds delicious !!! My own personal recipe would contain: diced – green & red peppers, onions, the green tops of scallions or fresh chopped chives, mushrooms, & tomatoes, Italian mix shredded cheese, regular frozen biscuits 1/4’d, & frozen shredded hashbrowns.
    Baked in a glass casserole dish @ 375° for 40 minutes. Allow to cool 20-30 min, then slice into 1″ slices & serve. Remaining portions can be stored in refrigerator for up to 2 days or froze up to 3 months.

  22. When you say veggies, do you mean that as besides the meat or instead of, or part of?
    Or are you saying you can just add some to what’s listed?
    Looks good, but I think I would make my own biscuit mix.
    I looked and for all a can is about a pound of dough.

  23. I have severe gastroparesis and my diet is very restricted. I will be making this, eat the scrambled eggs because they are allowable and serving the entire dish to my family. Looks so yummy!

  24. Made this in a $4 Goodwill-purchased bundt pan. Awesome. But for my oven, next time I’ll try 375 degrees for one hour. Everyone here LOVED it!

  25. Just made the bundt cake breakfast used swiss cheese in mine and Ham tater tots. It looks beautiful I hope everybody enjoys it

  26. I made this for dinner tonight and oh, was it good! I used precooked sausage links cut up which ended up being more than a cup and onion tater tots. I baked in a 9 x 13 pan for 30 minutes at 400 and it came out wonderful – nicely browned on top, eggs and biscuits fully cooked (which was my biggest concern). Four of us ate half the pan so we have leftovers for tomorrow and I’m going to make sausage gravy to pour over the top. My son wants me to add the sausage gravy in the casserole, so I’ve got some experimenting to do. I love the versatility of this recipe – the flavor combinations are endless!

  27. I made this this morning. I added mushrooms, red, orange, yellow peppers, and green onion. It was good but I think 8 biscuits is way to many. Next time I’m only going to put 4 in. All you could taste was bread. I will make it again though even though it stuck to my bundt pan around the middle piece and I sprayed it pretty good.

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