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Breakfast Casserole - Question

pumpkinspice | Jul 18, 201907:02 AM     13

We are leaving for the cottage for a few days and trying to prep as much as possible with easy / no maintenance meals. (4 adults and 4 kids under 4 - 1 being a newborn!)

I have a french toast casserole in the freezer already but I want a savory option for another meal.

I am thinking of some sort of hash brown casserole.

I came across this option (link below) on taste of home - but I only have diced hasbrowns. Would this be an issue?

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/c...
(will sub sausage)

Also, any thoughts on freezing it ahead of time and rewarming in the oven? I don't want the texture to suffer.

I am also open to other recipes but I have this darn back of McCain diced hasbrowns in my freezer I would LOVE to get rid of ! :)

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