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Take this delicious Amish-inspired casserole to your next church potluck.
One year, my church hosted a ladies breakfast. We were trying to come up with economical ways to make a lot of food on a budget. The idea of breakfast casseroles came up and I couldn’t have been more delighted. You see, my sister’s Amish friend has created the perfect breakfast casserole that feeds a literal army of people. It contains simple ingredients and is super filling. I love the use of cottage cheese in this breakfast bake.
Granted, you do not have to make this much and can certainly downsize the portion if you need to, however, this casserole is great for freezing so if you make the full amount you can toss it into the freezer for later.
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Quick Tip: This is the perfect baked good to take to a ladies breakfast meeting or bake sale.