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We were having some family fly in from out of state to stay with us for the weekend. It was going to be a busy weekend with an entire group of people taking over our house. On top of that, we had a wedding to attend. Days that we have to get ourselves and our kids ready for things like that are always overwhelming. So, adding the chaos of five more people to the group was going to be a bit much. My husband was all for running up to the drive-thru window on Saturday morning and getting breakfast for everyone. I didn’t want to start the day off filling our bellies full of that stuff though. So, Friday, before we went to sleep, we made up this casserole.
It came together really easily, and then in the morning, before everyone got up, I did all the finishing touches and popped it in the oven. It was completely effortless. I actually went and snoozed on the couch for a few minutes while it was cooking, because I knew we had a long day ahead of us.
When it came out of the oven, it looked a lot like this recipe from Recipe Lion. The smell took over the house and people started coming out to eat. It was the perfect way to start the day and it filled everyone right up.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Recipe Lion.
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Quick Tip: Try it with bacon or ham instead of sausage.