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I have have been making this for our Easter brunch for the past four years. It has always been a favorite, and the best part is that leftovers can be reheated in the microwave for a quick breakfast on a busy morning.

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md_parrothead March 27, 2013

I found this in a magazine years ago and finally tried it. I cheated with pre-cooked sausage links which made this come together even faster. What I really loved was being able to use up some old stale English muffins. This recipe is a keeper. Thank you for posting!

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AmyZoe March 13, 2011

Easter? What about every day?:):) My husband likes a good breakfast, and instead of getting up and doing eggs and bacon, I like to keep a casserole handy to microwave quickly. This one's right up his alley, and will become a favorite.

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La Dilettante November 23, 2009

I clipped the same ad from the paper and I've made this twice so far with great results. It's easy and convenient, I whip it up the night before and just pop it in the oven the next morning. I used hot dog buns left over from our Memorial Day BBQ instead of English Muffins and it came out perfect.

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Ummsami June 05, 2009

I also found this in the weekend paper and made it for my office Easter Brunch. It was a HUGE hit. I was lucky to get the last tiny piece. I'll be making this one again!

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bsadmw April 10, 2009
Johnsonville Easter Breakfast Casserole