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Breakfast Casserole

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This recipe is easy, make ahead of time and bake. Serve anytime.

Ingredients

1/4 cup butter or margarine
6 cups frozen hash browns (not patties)
12 eggs
1 cup milk
3 cups shredded Colby Jack cheese
2 cups diced ham, sausage or bacon
1/2 cup chopped chives or green onions (optional)

Instructions

Spray a 9x12-inch baking pan with non-stick cooking spray. Melt butter and drizzle in the bottom of pan. Layer frozen hash browns evenly to cover bottom of pan. In a large bowl, mix eggs, cheese, milk and ham. Pour egg mixture over hash browns. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees uncovered for 1 hour or until set. Chives can be added with eggs beforehand or sprinkled on top afterwards.

Pat Majeski
Prophetstown



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