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A quick and easy breakfast bundt that’ll make morning chaos a thing of the past.
My family members are all big breakfast eaters. I think it is safe to assume that breakfast is our favorite meal of the day. So, when I come across recipes such as this breakfast bundt, I get a little giddy. Why? because I know my family will love it! There’s no better feeling than a mother knowing her children are eating well before she sends them out the door for the day. Guess what else? Husbands tend to LOVE this delicious breakfast bundt, too.
I am beyond excited that I found this recipe over on the Melady Cooks website. It’s easy to make and if prepared the night before, saves me a ton of time in the kitchen the following morning.
Are you ready to get the details on how to make this amazing recipe courtesy of Melady Cooks? Head on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions.
Recipe and image courtesy of Melady Cooks.
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Quick Tip: This casserole can actually be made a day ahead and kept in the fridge until the next morning.