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Company's Coming Breakfast Casserole

Company's Coming  Breakfast Casserole created by The Food Gays

This can be made ahead and refrigerated overnight if you like, then baked the next day. Great for a weekend when you have lots of stuff going on!

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1hr 45mins
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  • Set oven to 350°F.
  • Brown the sausage, drain. I like to put it in a food processor and hit pulse a few times, I don't like the larger pieces but don't go so far as to make a paste!
  • Whisk the eggs and seasonings in a bowl,.
  • add milk.
  • Spray a 9x13" pan with cooking spray.
  • Layer the ingredients as follows; all the sausage, then a layer of cheese, then half the bag of hash browns, then the cheese and the rest of the hash browns. Pour the egg/milk/ seasonings mixture over all.
  • Cover with foil bake for one hour, check for doneness, mine usually take a bit longer, but everyone's oven is different.
  • When done top with more shredded cheese and let rest for 10 minutes.
  • Serve with fruit salad for a delightful brunch!
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"This can be made ahead and refrigerated overnight if you like, then baked the next day. Great for a weekend when you have lots of stuff going on!"
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  1. Marie O.
    2 cups of milk. My husband and I both agreed that it sounded like too much, but we followed the recipe anyways. It does taste good, but the milk made it too soupy in my opinion. It definitely took more than an hour.... our oven does run a little low. After the hour was finished i turned it up to 375 (should've done that in the first place) for almost another half hour.
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  2. jandecutler
    Do you thaw the frozen hash browns prior to assembly?
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  3. Charlotte G.
    Can this be cooked a day in advance and then re-heated?
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  4. lynne_mikelee
    Great recipe! On a low carb diet, tho. Does anyone have a suggestion about how to make it low carb by replacing another ingredient for the hash browns?
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  5. The Food Gays
    Company's Coming  Breakfast Casserole Created by The Food Gays
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