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Forget Tea And Toast – This Recipe Will Turn Your Breakfast Into A Feast!
Yumm-o! I’m so glad I decided to give this recipe a try, and I think you should, too! I don’t always have time to cook a “real breakfast” but this one seemed so easy, I thought why not. There’s no going back to oatmeal once you’ve tried this ooey-gooey cheese and tomato bake! Definitely something I would love to have for every Sunday brunch.
This dish has a kind of a Mediterranean feel to it, especially if you decide to add olives. My husband loves them – I really don’t, but surprisingly I actually enjoyed them in this bake very much!
You could go with dark bread, or use up the stale bread that has been sitting on the kitchen counter for a couple of days… Choose any kind of cheese, if you don’t like cheddar. You can make this more colorful by using yellow and red tomatoes, and adding any kind of veggies your heart desires. I actually added some broccoli and cauliflower and I think it turned out really tasty!
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Quick Tip: This recipe serves 3-4.