This CrabCake Scramble Bake is a wonderful tasty breakfast for those weekends at home. The highlight for me was, it’s all made in one pan, with a combination of ingredients left-over, from a few meals that were cooked throughout the week. The cleanup was very fast and easy, and the dishwasher (my husband), was a real happy camper cleaning up after this meal. We sort of have an arrangement in our kitchen…whoever cooks, doesn’t have to clean! Which is a gigantic bonus for me…I do the cooking. I’m happy anytime I go into the kitchen with that kind of deal.
I whipped up this CrabCake Scramble Bake on a lazy Sunday morning for my husband and me, using leftovers from my Captivating CrabCakes with Wilted Greens. Not wanting to make a big mess or a fuss over what to have, I went to refrigerator and started throwing things on the counter and all I can say is…Wow! It was like going out to have a fancy brunch, but not having to leave the house. The best part was; I cooked it all in my own kitchen, in no time flat!
This CrabCake Scramble Bake is a delicious, quick easy breakfast to make. Just take out those leftovers from dinners through the week, throw them into a pan with some eggs, and bake for 8 to 10 minutes, and you have a wonderful dish, and the cleanup is even quicker!
- 2 – Leftover Crabcakes*
- 2 Cups – Leftover Roasted Potatoes**
- 1 Tablespoon – Coconut Oil
- 6 – Eggs
- ¼ Cup – Shredded Cheese
- Heat roasted potatoes in an oven proof skillet on top of stove in coconut oil on medium heat for 2 minutes.
- Add Crabcakes to roasted potatoes and heat through, breaking up the crabcake into small pieces. Heat about 2 minutes.
- Whip Eggs well and pour over potatoes and crabcake mixture stirring well. Cook for 1 minute. Remove from heat.
- Sprinkle cheese over mixture and put in pre-heated oven at 350 degrees and bake for 8 to 10 minutes until eggs are done.
- Remove from oven and turn on to platter and serve. Remember, pan will be very hot, be careful.
*These came from my Captivating Crabcakes with Wilted Greens. **You can use a fresh potatoes if you don’t have any left from meals through the week. Just cube up a potato and fry it up before adding crabcakes. This will, of course, lengthen your cooking time.
This CrabCake Scramble Bake is one big taste of satisfaction. The combination of the crabmeat, onions, eggs, and other ingredients that were just lazing out in the refrigerator made a breakfast to remember. No one but you will know this was created from those leftovers from meals that were cooked during the week. This is a meal all in itself with quick and easy cleanup. Fix this up for a family early morning breakfast, a quick brunch, or take it to a family outing, anywhere you serve this CrabCake Scramble Bake, it’s going to be a blue ribbon winner.
From my kitchen to yours,
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