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I have made this twice now and really like it. I bake it, cut into squares and freeze. It really freezes well! The first time I made it the batter seemed too thin, but once it finished baking the result was great.

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Tendersprout September 01, 2009

I liked the crust the bisquick made on the top of the casserole. I cooked the onion with the sausage. I might try cutting back on the milk just a little, maybe taking 1/2 cup away the next time I make this. I adopted this chef for the *Spring PAC 2008* game

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Charlotte J April 05, 2008

So easy and I suck at cooking! Made for a great Christmas breakfast.

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Shannon M. December 25, 2013

I really like this version of the casserole. I used all eggs (I was out of the substitute) and Morning Star Farms Breakfast Crumbles and chopped green onions (and a little jalapeno). VERY GOOD recipe and makes a nice LARGE casserole. I'll cut it and put in individual pieces for quick breakfasts through the week for husband and I. This is definitely going in my keeper file. I did have to bake mine for about 60-65 minutes due to my oven. Thanks!

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Milkman's Daughter March 19, 2011
Bisquick Sausage Egg Casserole