Renewal Egg Casserole

Renewal Egg Casserole created by Lavender Lynn

We have 2 egg casseroles that we use in our house. One is a stuffed french toast casserole (known as "Cursillo Casserole" as it came from a Cursillo weekend) and this one that is a staple on the Christ Renews His Parish weekends at our Parish. Put it together the night before and bake in the morning. I personally use dried bread but others have used fresh. Type of bread is up to you, I use whole wheat.

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1hr 15mins
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  • Grease a 9 x 13 pan (I use cooking spray).
  • Mix bread, cooked sausage and cheese together.
  • Pat into bottom of pan.
  • Beat eggs and milk together and pour over the bread mixture.
  • Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  • In the morning, bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 45 minutes until eggs are set.
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"We have 2 egg casseroles that we use in our house. One is a stuffed french toast casserole (known as "Cursillo Casserole" as it came from a Cursillo weekend) and this one that is a staple on the Christ Renews His Parish weekends at our Parish. Put it together the night before and bake in the morning. I personally use dried bread but others have used fresh. Type of bread is up to you, I use whole wheat."

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    Easy good breakfast for a weekday morning, full of protein. Made for PAC Fall 2009
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    Renewal Egg Casserole Created by Lavender Lynn
  3. Gabby LSW
    We have 2 egg casseroles that we use in our house. One is a stuffed french toast casserole (known as "Cursillo Casserole" as it came from a Cursillo weekend) and this one that is a staple on the Christ Renews His Parish weekends at our Parish. Put it together the night before and bake in the morning. I personally use dried bread but others have used fresh. Type of bread is up to you, I use whole wheat.
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