I used to get that question a lot when the kids were still at home. And although I dreaded that question then, I miss it now. With just two of us, making a big breakfast every morning is a thing of the past. Sundays only now. But I am always looking for new ideas for our Sunday Breakfast/Brunch so when the theme for Bundt Bakers came up BREAKFAST it gave me a good excuse to seek out something new. VERY new. And Out of the Box!!


This is basically a frittata in a bundt form. And it was perfect for Sunday Brunch. Filling but not overly. And easy to throw together. VERY easy.

    2 Tbl dry bread crumbs
    2 lbs breakfast sausage {I used Italian Sausage}
    1/2 cup chopped onion
    1/2 cup chopped, roasted red peppers, drained {Had to leave these out}
    4 cups refrigerated, shredded hash brown potatoes
    2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
    14 eggs {I used 1/2 eggs and 1/2 Egg Beaters}
    1/2 cup milk
    1 tsp salt
    1/4 tsp pepper

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Butter a 10 or 12 cup bundt and sprinkle with the bread crumbs.
Over medium high heat cook the sausage and the onions in a large skillet until the sausage is no longer pink.
Drain the sausage well and add in the peppers, cheese and potatoes. {The recipe calls for the potatoes right out of the bag, but I think they would be much better if they were browned first and THEN added in.}
In another bowl mix well together the eggs and milk with the salt and pepper.
Add the sausage mix to the egg/milk mix and mix well.
Pour into the prepared pan pressing the mix well into the bundt.


Bake for 55 – 65 minutes or until an inserted knife comes out clean. {1/2 of the recipe in a 6 cup bundt needed only about 45 minutes.}
{Original recipe: Bundt Classics page 178}

Now this may not be what some people would call a BUNDT but it was baked in a BUNDT pan…… and it was delicious. And easy! And adaptable – say if you wanted to add some Mexican Salsa to the mix, or another type of cheese. OR make it meatless.

This month’s bundt is hosted by Kellyof Passion Kneaded.
thanks, Kelly, for doing all this. A list of all the DELISH bundts will be on her page.

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We have 14 more beautiful Bundts (both sweet and savory) that would be perfect for your breakfast or brunch table.