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    Default Christmas Morning Wife Saver Casserole..

    At least I think that is what it's called. Has anyone ever made this. We don't have a "busy" Christmas morning this year so I was thinking of having my mil and grandma over for breakfast. I found one recipe. Anyone have another one they like or any other breakfast ideas??

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    I do one with eggs, diced veggies, hashbrowns, ham & cheese (small chunks inside & shredded on top). Use just enough egg to cover everything, for me it's about 6.
    Grease pan, cover & bake at about 350 for roughly an hour. Yummy & very healthy.
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    I don't have a recipee for it, but I've heard of it and would love to havet he one yoiu have it you don't mind posting it (or someone else's would do!).

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    Sorry, we posted at the same time. Thanks.

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    Wifesaver is a Xmas tradition with our families. Here is our recipe.

    *make the day before then pop in the oven 60 mins before serving*

    16 Slices White Bread, Crusts removed
    Ham, sliced thinly
    Sliced Cheese
    6 Eggs
    salt & pepper
    1 tsp. Dry Mustard
    1/4c. Chopped Onions
    2 tsp. Worchestershire Sauce
    3 cups Whole Milk (I use 2% and it's just fine)
    Dash of Tabasco
    1/4 lb Butter
    Crushed Cornflakes

    Cover bottom of 9" x 13" Glass baking dish with sliced bread. Cover with ham. Lay slices of cheese over meat. Top with bread. In a bowl, beat eggs, add spices and milk (everything but cornflakes and butter). Pour over the layers in the pan. Cover and let stand in the fridge overnight.

    Before serving, melt butter, pour over casserole and cover with crushed cornflakes.

    Bake uncovered at 350 for 60 mins.

    I also have a recipe for a hashbrown casserole, made with cream of mushroom soup which we normally do with this. I will post the recipe as well if you like.



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    Here is the one that I found as well...they all seem similar..

    http://www.kitchenpigs.com/recipes/c...timesaver.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter's Mom View Post

    I also have a recipe for a hashbrown casserole, made with cream of mushroom soup which we normally do with this. I will post the recipe as well if you like.
    I would love your hashbrown casserole recipe. I was looking for something like this to do for a breakfast for dinner type thing tonight.
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    we do this every year make the night before put in fridge in the morning melt a little butter drizzle over top, we use crushed rice krispies, sprinkle over top pop in oven and enjoy your gift unwrapping while it cooks, excellent and no mess...




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    I have made something similar instead of the cereal on the top I put hashbrowns(the little square ones) with cheese on top of that. sooooooooooo good. I think I used a recipe from the craft magazine.

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    My MIL makes this all the time too. Unfortunately, we miss out now that we don't head over until later in the day. Hmmm, I may have to make this myself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaitlyn'sMommy View Post
    I would love your hashbrown casserole recipe. I was looking for something like this to do for a breakfast for dinner type thing tonight.
    2lbs Frozen hasbrowns
    2 cans Cream of Mushroom soup
    1 - 500 mL Container Sour Cream
    1/2cup melted butter
    grated onion (I have no measurement lol)
    Salt to taste
    2cups grated Cheddar Cheese
    Parmesan Cheese

    Thaw potatoes slightly. Mix the first 7 ingredients in a 9"x13" baking dish. Sprinkle parmesan cheese on top. Bake @ 350 for 1-1.5 hours. I am sure you can halve this recipe, but it doesn't last around here



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    I am making overnight french toast. It is super easy and super yummy!

    http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/fo...h-Toast-104357

    I add amaretto to the mixture.
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    Anybody else find the recipe name leave a little to be desired? I get this image of the 1950's housewife prepping the food while her husband and perfectly mannered children wait at the table for her to serve it.

    Perhaps it should be renamed the "Husband Killer" or "Heart Attack Surprise" LOL!

    Sounds interesting though and I can see my mom loving it... Just her type. Low-fat-schmo-fat!

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    Any eggless recipes?? we are not egg eaters here. ( we just don't like them)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MilkyMama View Post
    Anybody else find the recipe name leave a little to be desired? I get this image of the 1950's housewife prepping the food while her husband and perfectly mannered children wait at the table for her to serve it.

    Perhaps it should be renamed the "Husband Killer" or "Heart Attack Surprise" LOL!

    Sounds interesting though and I can see my mom loving it... Just her type. Low-fat-schmo-fat!

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    Yes, I thought that as well. But then I read the recipe and all I could think was "nom nom nom nom."

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