Country Breakfast Casserole from McCormick® Recipe
This tasty, golden brown casserole can be ready in less than one hour or you can make it the night before, chill and bake it in the morning. Choose lower fat cheese, milk and sausage for a lighter, yet still tasty version.
Will definitely make again. I made my own sausage gravy, added an additional egg and used baguette bread instead of sliced. It turned out great! The bread turned out like crispy bread and made the dish more hearty. I sliced the baguette and then cubed as directed. I spooned a small amount of melted butter on each piece of bread. Teenagers loved it too. I baked the night before. Reheats really well.
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