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Christmas morning just got a whole lot better with this casserole on the table.
My husband and I are not morning people whatsoever. We hate getting up early and even more so, as much as we are absolutely starving almost instantly when we wake up, we detest making breakfast because it just takes so long. We have made it (an almost unhealthy) habit to get up, make our bed, throw on a t-shirt and shorts and head out to breakfast in our area. We’ll go to a Cuban bakery or a French café, but we never eat at home.
As of late, though, we’ve really been wanting to kick these habits. We are always spending so much money and eating really fatty foods that have made us gain between 10-15 pounds in the last year. It really isn’t helping our wallet or waists. So, as usual, I asked my best friend Pinterest for some help. And guess what?
Once again, it did not fail. I found so many recipes, but my favorite so far has been this one. It is a sausage, hash brown breakfast casserole with every delicious flavor you would want to enjoy for breakfast. Now, I will admit, although it is cheaper, it does not mean it is healthier. It is still pretty fatty as well. But mmm, so so good!
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Quick Tip: Swap the sausage for ham if you prefer.