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(upbeat music) – Hey, everyone. It’s Natasha of natashaskitchen.com. We’ve partnered with Tabasco
to create a holiday menu and we’ve kind of saved the best for last. Breakfast. I can eat breakfast any time of day. And we’ve come up with a really special breakfast casserole bites recipe. They are loaded with fresh
and wholesome ingredients and, of course, Tabasco. Because Tabasco and eggs just works. You guys are gonna love this recipe. Start by preheating your oven. Then chop six ounces of
bacon into half inch pieces. Saute in a large nonstick
skillet over medium-high heat until it’s browned and crisp. Transfer bacon to a plate
and spoon out any excess oil, leaving two to three
tablespoons in the skillet. Add half a cup of finely chopped onion and saute for two minutes until softened. Meanwhile, peel and grate the potato then squeeze it dry with your hands. You’ll be amazed at how
much water comes out. I also pat it dry with paper towels. Add them to the pan, and it’s important that
you squeeze them dry because otherwise they can turn gummy and stick to the bottom of the pan. Saute for five to seven minutes or until they’re nearly cooked through, then take them off the heat. In a large bowl, whisk
together eight large eggs, half a cup of half and half and two teaspoons of Tabasco sauce. The Tabasco really enhances
the flavor of the eggs and seasons this perfectly. Notice I didn’t add any salt or pepper. Add the slightly cooled potatoes, two cups of coarsely chopped fresh spinach and a cup of grated cheddar, reserving about half a cup
of cheese for the topping. Grease or line a 12-count
muffin tin with silicone liners. I’ll link to these in the notes below. They make clean up and
serving really easy. Divide the casserole
mixture evenly into the pan then top with your crispy
bacon and remaining cheese. Bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit
for 22 to 23 minutes or until puffed and lightly browned. Whoo! Time for the taste test. Yum. And once they come out of the oven you wanna give them a
few minutes to cool down, otherwise they’re a
little bit hot to handle. But I can’t be that patient. Here we go. Alright. See how easily they come
out of those liners? I love those silicone liners. Alright. Mmm, they’re so moist and fluffy and they’re completely loaded
with spinach and potatoes and bacon and cheese. This is pretty much a meal in itself. And it’s family friendly the way it is, but if you like a little more heat add some more of that Tabasco sauce. I love serving it with more sauce. You guys are gonna love this recipe. It’s perfect for the holidays. If you enjoyed this video, give me a great big thumbs up below. Make sure to subscribe
to our YouTube channel and thanks for watching! A big thank you to Tabasco for sponsoring this delicious recipe. (upbeat music)

Randall Smitham

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