• Tina Huggins

Egg and Sausage Casserole


Two weeks ago we had an exciting weekend as my daughter, Olivia was married in our backyard. It was a beautiful ceremony with just her siblings and her now husband's siblings and parents. The weather couldn't have been more beautiful and my precious grandson walked his mother down the stairs to our lovely garden patio with over hanging Bosc Elm trees and lovely blooming Camelia Shrubs. My son arrived safely from California with his wife and my precious granddaughter. How fun to have everyone home for this glorious celebration!


When I have a family gathering, I am move into my active cooking mode... I planned a fun Sunday brunch for everyone with all their favorites. My mother's coffee cake, fresh fruit, homemade cinnamon rolls, egg and sausage casserole (great for making the day before). How I looked forward to a recap with everyone about the wedding and dinner at Husk. Best laid plans often go awry...our second Southwest flight debacle occurred so the lovely breakfast chat became a fast-food event and off to the airport to make an altered flight!


My husband and I have had the wonderful treat of keeping our grandson while the happy couple have a wonderful honeymoon. I have posted a few fun photos...as the mother of the bride, I had no camera with me...I hope to see the wedding photos soon! Enjoy the recipe below.



Getting Started:

Servings: 8

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 45 minutes

Oven Temp: 350º


Ingredients:

8 eggs

6 slices of bread cubed

2 1/2 cups milk

1# sausage (mild or hot)

8 oz. of fresh sliced mushrooms

1 tsp dry mustard

1 tsp salt

8 oz. of cheddar cheese


Directions:


1. Cube the bread and place in an 8x11 greased pan.

Two weeks ago we had an exciting weekend as my daughter, Olivia was married in our backyard. It was a beautiful ceremony with just her siblings and her now husband's siblings and parents. The weather couldn't have been more beautiful and my precious grandson walked his mother down the stairs to our lovely garden patio with over hanging Bosc Elm trees and lovely blooming Camellia Shrubs. My son arrived safely from California with his wife and my precious granddaughter. How fun to have everyone home for this glorious celebration!

3. Whisk together the eggs, milk, dry mustard, and salt.

4. Add the crumbled sausage and sliced mushrooms into the greased pan with bread cubes. 5. Pour the egg mixture over the top of the bread, sausage and mushrooms. Cover and refrigerate over night.


The next morning take the pan out of the refrigerator 1 hr before baking. Sprinkle the package of cheese over the casserole.

Preheat oven to 350º

Cook 45 minutes . Let the casserole rest for 10 minutes before serving.




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