Hopple Popple

I don’t make this Hopple Popple very often but I should! :)

If you’ve never made this, it is very simple. And wonderful, and hearty. The key is to plan ahead…if you  want this hearty breakfast or brunch on the weekend, during the week when you bake or boil potatoes…just make a few extra to put aside for this.

Saute onions and peppers in just a wee bit of olive oil.

In a baking dish : Arrange cooked sausage ( or pepperoni, ham, salami, bacon…your choice. I prefer the sausage ) your peppers and onions,  and cut-up already cooked potatoes. Next, you’ll scramble some eggs with milk…they will depend on how many you are cooking for and the size of your pan, and add some cheese to this and bake.

hopple popple collage

Make more than one days worth if you are so inclined, as it is just as good warmed up on another day as it is coming out of the oven on the first day.

hopple popple on plate

It’s stick to your ribs..gets you through the morning food! :)

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22 Responses to Hopple Popple

  1. Sally says:

    Well, that looks and sounds so good. I’m going to try making it except I can’t eat the peppers. Thanks for this. :)

  2. Dee says:

    I love the name, and I had to see what this was! It looks great, and I’m pinning for the weekend. :)

  3. Barb says:

    I’ve made a variation of this plenty of times to feed a crowd!

  4. Kim says:

    Yum…everyone here would love that!

    • debralynnpugh says:

      I made a casserole dish of it, Kim…and when the oldest was home for Thanksgiving, he ate about 3/4 of it the first morning, lol…

  5. Lorrie says:

    This sounds yummy and filling.

  6. Balisha says:

    This looks good and easy too. Thanks for the idea.

  7. Dewena says:

    I’ve seen recipes for this but now that I see a picture of it I’m determined to make it for our family during the holidays. I guess since everything will already be cooked, you just bake it long enough to let the cheese get golden?

    Sausage sounds best to me too.

  8. Laura says:

    This is similar to what my daughter makes on Christmas morning, except she uses vegetarian sausage. :)

  9. Pat says:

    This is one I’m going to try very soon :) Thanks for sharing.

  10. Carla says:

    I call that a scramble! Love them!

  11. Hi Deb!
    I wanted to come by and see what you’ve been up to lately . . . and I’m so glad that I did. This dish looks delicious. I love the combination of ingredients . . . and think that this would make a lovely holiday brunch dish. Thanks so much for sharing!
    Have a great week,

  12. Nancy Blue Moon says:

    I love easy breakfasts like this..Thanks Deb!

  13. Joyce says:

    Yum! Perfect for when I have a house full in two weeks! Your recipes – like the turkey pot pie – ALWAYS turn out! I know that because I’ve made several of them! Thanks for this one too!

  14. I’ve never heard of it but it contains all things I like, and it looks delicious. And, if it warms up on day two, that’s a real plus. :-)

  15. Never heard of it also, but it does look good. Whenever I make potatoes I always bake extra cause they are always great for a quick breakfast dish!

  16. Poppy says:

    I am definitely making this ASAP – cannot wait until the holidays! I prefer the sausage, too, since we have some really spiced sausage here, with leeks and orange peel; it’s delicious! You always have the tastiest treats! Thanks for sharing!


  17. Sounds delicious, and perfect for big appetites in the morning. I’m bookmarking this. Thanks Deb.

  18. This looks like comfort food to me. Yummy. . .and it’s making me hungry! ~ Nancy

  19. Susan says:

    That sounds quite yummy – just my kind of thing! Thanks.

  20. Grandma Kc says:

    That would make a wonderful dinner for breakfast, too! YUM!

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