Breakfast in a Bundt Pan




Introduction: Breakfast in a Bundt Pan

About: I have been sewing and crafting for several years, my children are grown so now I have lots of time to be creative. I enjoy photography, cooking, cake decorating, painting and sharing my projects with others.

Do you need to feed a crowd? Here's an easy breakfast that everyone will love!

It doesn't take long to throw this together and get it in the oven.

This is delicious comfort food for breakfast!

Step 1: Ingredients & Supplies

You will need the following:

1 can large biscuits

1 package (14 oz) cooked, sliced ham

package (30 oz) frozen tater tots

8 oz grated cheese

2 small cans (4 oz) chopped green chile, drained

1/4 cup butter or margerine

1/2 cup half & half

1 dozen eggs


You will also need a Bundt Pan

Step 2: Cut Biscuits

Open the can of biscuits, cut each one into 4 pieces.

Cut up the sliced ham into bite size pieces.

Step 3: Ingredients in Pan

Grease the pan with shortening, or spray with non-stick spray.

Place 1/4 of the cut up biscuits, 1/4 of the tater tots, 1/2 the cut up ham and 1/2 can green chile & 1/4 cup grated cheese.

Place 10 dabs of butter about halfway through.

Continue to layer ingredients until gone.

Step 4: Eggs

Beat 12 eggs with 1/2 cup of half & half.

Pour egg mixture over ingredients in the pan.

Step 5: Bake

Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for 1 hour.

Step 6: Cool and Serve

Remove from oven and cool for 15 minutes. Loosen from the sides of pan with a butter knife and invert onto a plate. Slice into 12 pieces and serve.


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    This looks like a crazy awesome breakfast dish! And now I'm really craving tator tots :D

    Dylan Wilson
    Dylan Wilson

    7 years ago

    I salute you for using Hatch chile. ;-)


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Really nice idea! How about a photo of the completed meal on a serving plate? I'm going to try this for sure!