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We are celebrating Christmas at the End of May this week with a giveaway of Gooseberry Patch’s brand new cookbook Quick and Easy Christmas Recipes!
For today’s festivities let’s check out this great little recipe for Christmas Morning Casserole.
Miss Add was in charge of the mixing bowl while mommy was in charge of the blurry camera.
Christmas Morning Casserole
- 1 lb Sausage - Browned and Drained
- 6 Eggs- Beaten
- 1 t Dry Mustard
- 1 t Oregano
- 1 Cup Bisquick
- 2 Cups Milk
- Combine ingredients and bake in a 9 x 13 pan at 350 until set
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OOOOO! Love the two pan idea! This dish is ALWAYS a winner! Love your best accessory too!
Nancy~The Wife of a Dairyman says
Boy, does that ever look delicious! Perfect for any weekend morning breakfast too:)
This sounds yummy!!! Just curious though…do you cook it before you freeze it? I am now sure about the whole freezing eggs thing…never done it! Thank you! 🙂
Just this... Alice says
Oh my Goodness that looks so delish and so simple to make. And they freeze well too? I have got to make some of these. I think I'll get the large crate of eggs when I go to the grocery store so I can make some for the freezer. I love cooking once and eating several times. Thanks so much for sharing!
The recipe at the bottom doesn’t include the 2 cups of milk. Soooo I didn’t know to add that until after I made it and looked at the blog post again. May want to change that. Ps. I hope my breakfast is edible.
So sorry Melanie. Thanks for letting me know.
No problem. The casserole was more like bread, but it was good. Have a great day!