Bundt Pan Breakfast Casserole

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1 lb saugsage
2 can(s) jumbo biscuits
2 c frozen cubed hash browns with peppers and onion
2 c cheddar cheese, shredded
8 eggs

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Cindy Berry Recipe
Lightly Salted
Louisville, KY (pop. 2.3M)
Member Since Aug 2011
Cindy's notes for this recipe:
This recipe was posted on my facebook page with just sausage cheese and biscuits, so of course I had to spice it up a bit and this is what I came up with. Hope you like it.
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Brown and drain sausage.
Slightly brown hash browns in a skillet with about a tbs of oil. I added just the tiniest bit of pepper and salt to them while they were cooking. I only cooked enough to barely brown and thaw them.
Grease and flour your bundt pan. open one can of biscuits. Flatten biscuits out into a large circle and place in bottom of bundt pan pushing them up the sides a little and over lapping them so they cover the bottom totally. This took about 6 biscuits.
Add sausage evenly over biscuits. On top of that add hash browns.
In a large bowl mix eggs and cheese until eggs are well scrambled. Pour evenly over hash browns.
Open second can of biscuits and flatten into large circles and place over top of egg mixture overlapping biscuits a bit.
Bake in 375 degree oven for 35 minutes or until a knife stuck in the center comes out clean and the top biscuits are golden brown.
Allow to cool for at least 15 minute, until pan can be handled comfortably with bare hands. Run a knife around the outside edge of casserole to loosen from pan and then invert on a plate.
I like to serve with a little milk gravy poured over the top.


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user Lisa Nicometi Garrow Pantry Cleaner 2sweetinc - Mar 23, 2013
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user Lisa Nicometi Garrow Pantry Cleaner 2sweetinc - Mar 23, 2013
Very nice. Pinched and on my to try list! ;)
user Cin Straw's Kitchen NanatomyGrandsismyPassion - Mar 23, 2013
These are so much fun to make for a brunch and change it up with sauteed onions, veggies...etc. I use all kinds of cheeses...EZ and delicious.
Everyone loves to eat them, so EZ to serve.
user Cindy Berry cindynaz - Jun 13, 2013
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!

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