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Breakfast Casserole




I had some sausage I needed to use up so I decided to make a breakfast casserole. This turned out very tasty!

Breakfast Casserole

1 bag of frozen shredded hashbrowns, thawed (I used 30oz package)
1 lb of sausage, cooked and crumbled
1 onion, diced and sauteed
2 cups of shredded cheese
1 can of evaporated milk
10 eggs
1-2 tsp of Mrs. Dash
salt and pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9x13 baking dish. In a very large bowl, mix together sausage, onion, hashbrowns, and 1 cup of cheese. Mix well and pour into baking dish. Then in the same bowl, add eggs, milk and seasonings. Mix well. Then pour over potato mixture in the dish. Bake for about 45 minutes to 1 hour and then add 1 cup of cheese to the top and bake for about 5-10 minutes longer. Enjoy!

Make sure your middle gets done. I had trouble with that. I ended up baking mine a bit longer. I think next time I might use less hashbrowns as well. That might help it bake faster in the middle. Mine was pretty thick.

This was definitely a kid friendly dish as well. The kids really enjoyed it!

Happy eating!

This is being shared at Ultimate Recipe Swap at Life As Mom.

Comments

GREAT!!! breakfast casserole. It's nice to make a casserole for breakfast I won't have to stand it the stove make eggs for everyone. Geri
elizabeth said…
I have never met a breakfast casserole I didn't like! Yours is a little different with the hash browns so I will have to try this.
Donna said…
That sounds really good! Thanks for sharing.
Frances said…
This sounds delish! Now I am hungry!

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