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Make Ahead And Get Some More ZZZZ In The Morning!
The holidays are my favorite time of year. I love everything about it; the cooler weather, the family gatherings, the last minute shopping trips. But most of all, I love the food and cooking hearty meals for my extended family. Unfortunately, it’s not very often these days that we get to spend time with our favorite cousins, aunts and uncles. So I cherish every moment!
Which is why I like simple dishes that can be prepared ahead, so that I can focus on being with my family but still serve them a really good meal. This country breakfast casserole is a great example.
Eight ingredients is all you need, and a quick 15 minutes to prepare. I like to make this the night before and then just throw it in the oven in the morning. Our guests will wake up to the delicious smell of this casserole baking in the oven, and all you need to do is pour yourself and them a big cup of coffee. How does that sound for Christmas morning?
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Quick Tip: This recipe yields 8 but it’s easy to double for a large crowd.