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This breakfast casserole was a hit at a recent brunch I hosted. Everyone raved and I agree. I added 1/2 a green bell pepper (diced) that was in the fridge and needed to be used. I'm glad I did. I might even add more veggies (spinach? mushrooms?) next time. I used hash browns instead of cubed potatoes, and because I used the entire package, I added an extra egg and used a very generous cup of the baking mix. It ended up feeding 10 comfortably with no leftovers. I also used the "Heart Healthy" Bisquick to try and reduce the fat. Next time I might also use Eggbeaters instead of whole eggs to make it more healthy. One of my guests was disappointed when he arrived and saw I hadn't made my usual bread-based breakfast casserole -- he left saying he liked this one even better. Thanks for a yummy recipe I know we'll be making again and again!

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eljays June 22, 2010

I got this recipe from my MIL - we love it for any meal, with chili sauce or salsa. We also mix it up with whatever meat we have - ham or bacon also work well, or a mixture of meat is great. I use regular shredded hash browns, dried onions and dried green peppers, and I don't cook the hashbrowns beforehand in a pan - also mix the cheese in with the hashbrowns instead of with the baking mix, and then add more cheese on the top when I take off the foil towards the end.

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sugarlovinmom May 17, 2010

I made this back in May when some awesome friends were visiting, and I'd forgotten to review. I liked the hashbrowns instead of using bread as a change of pace.

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newspapergal November 19, 2009

This casserole was absolutely wonderful. I made 2 of these to take to our Mothers Day Breakfast at church and they were a hit. I've been asked to bring them again for the Fathers Day breakfast. Very simple to make and delicious as well.

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Shawna #24 June 18, 2009

This is a great recipe! I've made it a few times try new meat & cheese combinations. I made a bacon, swiss, and spinach version for my in-laws. Sausage & cheddar is a great classic. I plan on making it again soon. THANKS!!

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Mary_K December 06, 2007

Made this for Thanksgiving Day breakfast and it was wonderful! The hash browns were a nice change of pace rather than the bread cubes that most breakfast casseroles call for. We would definitely make this again. Thanks for the recipe!

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FCR Gal November 25, 2007

I wouldn't change a thing, this was absolutely wonderful! A definite hit at our house, also. Thanks so much for posting!

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SJones December 21, 2005

This was wonderful!! The only things I did different were that I didn't chill it for 8 hours, it went straight into the oven, hope that didn't change it! And I sprinkled the cheese evenly over the sausage part so it would come out nice and even because I have trouble when I add the cheese to the liquid, then pour it over. But that's just me!! LOL!! I wanted it to come out nice for ya! And that it did!! Thanks Sheri!! :)

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Wildflour October 17, 2005
Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole