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Sunrise Sausage Bake with Herb Roasted Potatoes

Make this colorful and satisfying casserole the night before for easy prep the day of a celebratory brunch. Pairs well with savory Herb Roasted Potatoes using whatever fresh herbs you have on hand. For a special, festive meal, serve with our mango nectar mimosas, a fun twist on the classic adult beverage, and Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs.

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These Nectar Mimosas are elegant enough to serve at your next brunch or holiday gathering.

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Ingredients:

  • 1 bottle (750 ml.) champagne or sparkling wine*, chilled
  • 2 cans (11.5 fl. oz. each) mango nectar, chilled

Directions:

DIVIDE champagne among glasses; top with nectar.

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    WOW! Try peach necter also!

    lindsay from San Diego, CA

    Both were excellent! I served them @ New Years party everone loved them, including me.


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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 0

Servings Per Recipe: 8

    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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    Wake up your family’s taste buds with this satisfying dish of savory sausage, creamy eggs and colorful peppers. This easy and festive casserole is perfect for preparing ahead of time so you can relax and enjoy breakfast with your early rising guests.

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    Ingredients:

    • 2 cans (12 fl. oz. each) NESTLÉ® CARNATION® Evaporated Milk
    • 8 large eggs, beaten
    • 1 lb. precooked sausage links, cut into ¼-inch slices
    • 2 cups (8-oz. pkg.) shredded cheddar cheese
    • 1 cup chopped red and/or green bell pepper
    • 2 green onions (green parts only), sliced
    • 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
    • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
    • 8 cups 1/2-inch cubed Italian or French bread (about 9 slices)

    Directions:

    PREHEAT oven to 350º F. Grease 13 x 9-inch baking dish.

    COMBINE milk, eggs, sausage, cheese, red pepper, green onions, onion powder and garlic powder in large bowl. Add bread cubes, stirring gently to moisten bread. Pour mixture into baking dish.

    BAKE for 45 minutes or until set. Serve warm.

    TIPS:
    • This bake can be assembled ahead of time and refrigerated. Let stand at room temperature for 30 minutes before baking.
    • Substitute multi-grain bread for Italian or French bread.

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    •  Star(s)

      Great for church coffee time!

      Becky Bryan from Montezuma, IA

      I am always looking for recipes that work well for our church coffee time. Warm dishes go well and go quickly! This was a great find!

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      Everything a Growing Body Needs

      keith leaman from FREDERICK, MD

      This recipe has everything that I like and was not too hard to master.

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      Family favorite

      MARIE LUKASIK from Johnson City, NY

      I use this recipe when our kids and grandkids are in town; can be prepared the night before and just popped in the oven in the a.m. It beats trying to serve up eggs one person at a time!

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      Yummy Anytime

      clara colclasure from Muskogee, OK

      My family likes to have breakfast for the evening meal on occasion. This dish really hit the spot. It was very quick and easy. So this is a dish we have a least once a week, for breakfast or dinner.

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      Good Breakfast

      JOHN SCHMIEDER from Sandusky, OH

      I live alone and cook for myself,so I had to tinker with the amount of ingredients, but when it was done it was really good. It's a change from a standard breakfast.

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      Morning Goodness

      Marlo Gordon from Kingsland, GA

      I prepared this dish the night before I baked it. Preparation was easy and my family raved about it. I want to share it immediately and I will make it for a weekend or holiday special again!

    •  Star(s)

      Simply Good

      Wendy Wetzel from Dodge City, KS

      I am always looking for a good Breakfast Casserole. Everyone loved it.

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      sunrise sausage bake

      kathy ensslin from Butler, wi

      A nice do ahead recipe for brunch. Serve it with muffins and fruit for a complete brunch.

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      sausage bake

      Lisa Stephenson from Wichita

      this is so good, and so easy to make. There were no leftovers, my grandkids wasted no time demolishing it


    nutrition

    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size: 12 servings

    Servings Per Recipe: 0

    • Calories: 440
    • Calories from Fat: 230
    • Total Fat: 26g (39% of DV)
    • Saturated Fat: 12g (61% of DV)
    • Cholesterol: 260mg (87% of DV)
    • Sodium: 650mg (27% of DV)
    • Carbohydrates: 21g (7% of DV)
    • Dietary Fiber: 0g (2% of DV)
    • Sugars: 8g
    • Protein: 27g
    • Vitamin A: 20% of DV
    • Vitamin C: 35% of DV
    • Calcium: 40% of DV
    • Iron: 10% of DV

    *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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    These Herb Roast Potatoes are easy-to-make and so very delicious. Use any combination of finely chopped fresh herbs such as rosemary, thyme, garlic or chives to create a tasty side dish.

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    Ingredients:

    • 1 pound small red skinned potatoes, unpeeled
    • 1 tablespoon olive or canola oil
    • 1/4 teaspoon coarse salt
    • 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
    • 2 teaspoons finely chopped fresh herbs (such as rosemary, thyme, garlic, chives or a combination)

    Directions:

    PREHEAT oven to 425° F.

    CUT potatoes in half or quarters so that all are fairly uniform in size.

    PLACE on rimmed baking sheet. Drizzle potatoes with oil. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and herbs of choice; gently mix with hands until potatoes are uniformly covered. Spread into a single layer, flat-side-down.

    BAKE for about 30 to 40 minutes or until browned to your liking and tender when tested with a fork.

    TOSS gently with spatula. Transfer to serving platter and serve immediately.

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    •  Star(s)

      Simple and Delicious

      Sarah S from Saint Paul, MN

      I made these potatoes the other night to accompany some steaks. What a great side. I actually cooked these on the grill in pan instead of the oven and they turned out perfect! The only thing is you will need some extra time (and charcoal!) to do these properly on the grill, but it's well worth the wait.


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    Nutrition Facts

    Serving Size:

    Servings Per Recipe: 4

      *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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      A chocoholics dream. Fruit dipped in chocolate.

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      Ingredients:

      • 1 cup (6 oz.) NESTLÉ® TOLL HOUSE® Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels
      • 18 pieces bite-size fresh fruit, (strawberries, apple, banana, kiwifruit)
      • 6 4-inch wooden skewers

      Directions:

      LINE baking sheet with wax paper.

      MICROWAVE morsels in small, uncovered, microwave-safe bowl on HIGH (100%) power for 1 minute; STIR. Morsels may retain some of their original shape. If necessary, microwave at additional 10 to 15-second intervals, stirring just until morsels are melted.

      DIP fruit about halfway into chocolate; shake off excess. Or, place melted chocolate in small, heavy-duty plastic bag. Cut tiny corner from bag; squeeze to drizzle over fruit. Place fruit on prepared baking sheet. Refrigerate for 5 to 10 minutes or until chocolate is set.

      THREAD three pieces fruit on each skewer.

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      •  Star(s)

        Delicious

        Judy Anthony from Dickinson, ND

        We made these for a bridal shower and just loved them. We are planning a family get together this spring and will definatly be making these. I also want to try some with clementines.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate dipped strawberries

        Dawn Dunn from Rockford, MN

        I work at a cafe and we make this with strawberries every Mothers Day. Wonderful hit with the moms and delicious. There's never any left. Be sure to refrigerate to make sure they set. After dipping and setting with the dark, chocolate dip the tip in white chocolate. Adds even more color and flavor.

      •  Star(s)

        Delicious!

        Donna Pashalidis from Alvin, TX

        I tried this with mandarin orange segments even dried fruit like apricot,papaya, and pineapple are great!

      •  Star(s)

        yummy

        Joyce Sullivan from PRESQUE ISLE, ME

        I loved it with strawberries so I tried it with bananas and then froze them. Awesome!!! My son and I really enjoyed them!

      •  Star(s)

        chocolate-dipped fruit kabobs

        elaine hilton from little falls, NJ

        what a great idea. These are great for holidays and special gatherings, but delicious for everyday. Everyone will love this recipe. A great way to get children to eat fruit.

      •  Star(s)

        great summer treat

        Michele Brown from SACRAMENTO, CA

        My friend and I decided to try to get her sons to eat more fruit no matter what. This worked so well that they now will even eat apples and bananas without the chocolate.

      •  Star(s)

        Fondue Yummy!

        Julie Figueroa from Murrieta, CA

        My 12 yr old daughter wanted to host a fondue party and guess what was first on her list? Chocolate dippped fruit was a major hit with all her friends and nutritious too!

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        Millie Au from RICHMOND HILL, ON

        This is so easy and we had so much fun preparing this last night. Try this yourself, especially on a cold, windy night. Thanks again for the recipe!

      •  Star(s)

        fruit delight

        barb okeefe from LIVONIA, MI

        fantastic!! I used strawberries and also pieces of pound cake on the skewers, then drizzled them with chocolate.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        JIM APLIN from ORLANDO, FL

        Makes a quick & yummy dessert in the dead of winter to remind you summer is just around the corner. You just can't go wrong with chocolate!

      •  Star(s)

        keeping the summer spirit alive

        Cortney Miller from Mechanicsburg, PA

        Took this into work for a treat just as fall started, everyone loved it! Perfect for those dreary fall days when you can't wait for summer

      •  Star(s)

        thread first

        CH from

        These are very good and always a hit. If you choose to drizzle the chocolate, thread the fruit first and then drizzle.

      •  Star(s)

        Choc. dipped fruit kabobs

        Janese Rosevelt from WHITE LAKE, MI

        EXCELLENT!! Everyone loves fruit, and those that want something more, get a dip of chocolate!! Great!!

      •  Star(s)

        Fund Raiser idea

        Valerie Wenner from MIDDLEPORT, NY

        The kabobs were wonderful. I dipped banana's and apples in lemon juice before adding them to the kabob to keep them fresh looking. We fixed several small plates and sold these at the bake sale. Great response, sold them all! They don't keep long so make sure they get eaten up.

      •  Star(s)

        Choclate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        Maria Rodriguez from CHICAGO, IL

        This was a great recipe. I made on my niece's birthday. Everone liked it. My niece's brother wanted me to make them for his b-day!!

      •  Star(s)

        FRUITILISCIOUS!

        DEE ORLOSKI from MENTOR, OH

        THIS IS GREAT WITH RASPBERRIES, BLUEBERRIES, GRAPES AS WELL AS THE STRAWBERRIES. SO GOOD AND FRESH WHEN THEY ARE HOMEMADE.

      •  Star(s)

        kabobs

        autumn vigil from LAKESIDE, CA

        these chocolate dipped fruit kabbs will take you from the sahara to hawaii with one bite and their sweet chocolatey taste fills your mouth in seconds. they make you feel like ur livin' high.

      •  Star(s)

        What a great tasting fruit dessert.

        joel tedder from FORT DODGE, IA

        a kabob that you can eat off a stick if you want, and dipping them is just an added bonus.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocalate dipped fruit kobobs

        Teresa Symonette from HOUSTON, TX

        This recipe was a hit with my friends. They all felt like I spent hours in the kitchen. If they only knew. Thank you

      •  Star(s)

        strawberries

        debra maxwell from CHARLOTTE, NC

        The grocery store got in a good shipment of strawberries and after all the baked sweets at the holidays the fruit looked even better. We tried this recipe as a family and enjoyed it tremendously. It was a good family time, plus it tasted great.

      •  Star(s)

        A YA-YA FAVORITE!

        DA ORLOSKI from MENTOR, OH

        I BELONG TO A GROUP OF YA-YA'S. WE GET TOGETHER EVERY THURSDAY. WE HAVEN'T DECIDED IF WE LIKE TO TALK OR EAT MOST, BUT LET ME TELL YOU...WHEN WE ATE THIS FRUIT, THERE WAS TIME TO GET A WORD IN EDGEWISE.

      •  Star(s)

        Way to go!

        Cayla Foley from LA

        I love Chocolate and I love the idea of adding fruit. It turned out well it was quick and easy and was a big hit.

      •  Star(s)

        is delicious

        Stephanie Berrios from Wesley Chapel, FL

        oh my god this recipe works is so good and when you want have a romantic snack with your spouse is the thing to do

      •  Star(s)

        a sweet reward

        Debbie Ryder from Hot Springs, VA

        I made these not long ago, they were a huge hit at work, but I did notice you have to eat these almost the same day you make them, if they sit too long in the refrigerator the strawberries tend to get a little watery and mushy ! so best when eaten asap !

      •  Star(s)

        awesome

        Debbie Ryder from Hot Springs, VA

        These chocolate-dipped fruit kabobs were a hit with my 3 kids...... we are always trying to come up with new ideas to get the kids to eat a little bit more fruit and you have just made it easier.... a great after school snack too !

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabob

        Karen Brown from Middlesex, NJ

        Very simple to make...Made a great presentation...To add a little extra pizazz, I melted Nestles white chocolate and and double dipped after the milk chocolate had dried. The fruit looked and tasted great! Good recipe with the weather changing and sweeter fruits now available.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate Lovers Dream

        Jeri Haley from Tenino, WA

        This is the easiest way to eat fresh fruit. Sooo good and the taste buds go crazy with the fruit and chocolate combined. Very beautiful presentation! Loved the idea and presentation.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        Barbara Leaf from Arlington, VA

        That's my idea of eating fruit. My husband likes the very dark (72% cocoa) chocolate. Yummy.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate dipped fruit kabobs

        Ellen Adinolfi from Virginia Beach, VA

        This one is so easy to make my1 6year old granddaughter made them for her friends at school. Everyone asked for the recipe--what a hit with the teenagers.

      •  Star(s)

        So easy and great for parties!

        Tracy McClain from Beaverton, OR

        I made these for a 4th of July gathering and they were the first dessert to disappear! I made them on small skewers and the kids loved them as much as the adults.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate dipped fruits

        Geralyn Perkins from Beavercreek, OH

        The chocolate dipped fruits are always a favorite. To add a little elegance, I add white dots down the chocolate dipped strawberries for a tuxedo look!

      •  Star(s)

        Delicious fruit

        Linda Cole from Akron, NY

        I have done this in the past. It is very good. I have even used the white chocolate and added raspberry flavor, for a new taste. Sinful !!!!!!!!!

      •  Star(s)

        Love my CHOCOLATE

        Lisa McCarthy from Claymont, DE

        I use to work for A local food chain. We made these for our favorite costomers. They always felt very loved when we presented them with this tastie treat.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate Dipped Kabobs

        NORMA BANCROFT from MORAVIA, NY

        My Husband and I loved these...Will do these again

      •  Star(s)

        chocolate dipped fruit

        noreen leis from east stroudsburg, PA

        Have made this many times for big partys and small alway with the same reaction ohhh and haa's people love it.It easy and fast and you can do it as fancy as you would like or simply.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        GABRIELLE FELLNER from Pembroke Pines, FL

        These chocolate dipped fruit are always an elegant show- stopper...I also make a chocolate cup and pile them up!

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        ARLENE GEORGE from Levittown, PA

        I made these for a house party that we had to celbrate the completion of construction on our house. Everyone thought that they were from a caterer. The kids loved them and the parents liked that the kids were eating the fruit instead of the cookies and cake that we had out also.

      •  Star(s)

        Tantalizing

        Tammy L. Ericksen from Purcell, OK

        These are very easy to make romantic treats.

      •  Star(s)

        MaKING TASTY FRUIT TASTIER

        Janet Kelley from Urbana, IL

        My family and I loved this recipe.That extra touch of chocolate just makes the fruit even better.And it's great on these hot nights.

      •  Star(s)

        easy and tasty

        SANDY BLANTON from Fredericksburg, VA

        Very easy to do. My husband enjoy the chocolate cover rasberrys very much!

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate Dipped Fruit

        Patricia Whitlock from Litchfield, IL

        I find using a double boiler works best to keep the chocolate melted & a very small chunk of parafin. Also milk chocolate tastes the best!!

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        Great For Picky Eaters

        lettitia millican from Downsville, LA

        I have a nephew who thinks that every treat he gets has to be chocolate. This dipped fruit got him to eat strawberries, pineapple and kiwi.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        patricia beville from duncanville, AL

        My oldest daughter was married on May 31st and we had chocolate dipped strawberries as one of her fruits and everyone raved on how good they were. We will be doing them as a dessert for our 4th of July, family reunion picnic.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        Donna Lubbes from New Market, MD

        Very quick and easy. Made it with my nieces and nephews and they loved dipping the fruit and making their own kabobs. We added marshmallows for extra fun.

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        Absolutely!!

        Amy Hewitt from Columbus, NE

        Very easy and very good!! Make sure the fruit is dry before dipping and watch out for humidity.

      •  Star(s)

        Decadent Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        Jesabel Cruz from Newark, NJ

        They were a hit at a Bridal Shower I arranged for a friend. After treating everyone to a wonderful brunch, this was the decadent touch and everyone was thrilled... especially the chocolate lovers! They raved! And if you present the fruit just right, they really look like a treat fit for royalty!

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        Margaret Cobble from Niota, TN

        I used these on a luncheon plate for a group of ladies and they were not only beautful, but also wonderful.

      •  Star(s)

        Chocolate-Dipped Fruit Kabobs

        Jeanne Garcia from San Bruno, CA

        You're really getting into the summer goodies. Love the no fuss, no mess and NO BAKE. Have already made up a plate for guests to OH and AH over. Besides eyes appeal they are good for you.

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        Easy. Impressive. Elegant.

        Ellen Krueger from Acton, MA

        What could be better, or easier to impress guests or surprise the family. It's nearly foolproof.

      •  Star(s)

        Easy, tasty & classy!

        Lisa Ben-Haim from Highland Park, NJ

        For my neice's engagement party I had baked a cake, but the cake plate looked empty. With 20 minutes to go before leaving, I made these fruit kabobs as a decoration. Not only did I have time to clean up before leaving, but they were a hit with everyone. Ooohs & aahs and how pretty!! It made me look good!!


      nutrition

      Nutrition Facts

      Serving Size: 6 kabobs

      Servings Per Recipe: 0

      • Calories: 170
      • Calories from Fat: 70
      • Total Fat: 8g (13% of DV)
      • Saturated Fat: 5g (24% of DV)
      • Cholesterol: 0mg (0% of DV)
      • Sodium: 0mg (0% of DV)
      • Carbohydrates: 22g (7% of DV)
      • Dietary Fiber: 3g (10% of DV)
      • Sugars: 16g
      • Protein: 2g
      • Vitamin A: 0% of DV
      • Vitamin C: 50% of DV
      • Calcium: 0% of DV
      • Iron: 2% of DV

      *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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