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Quick & Easy Egg Casserole

Quick & Easy Egg Casserole recipe
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No need to plan ahead to get a hot-out-of-the-oven strata. Make this cheese-alicious egg casserole your go-to for spur-of-the-moment brunches.
15 min
1 hr
8 servings
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What You Need

slices   white bread, torn into bite-size pieces
lb.  bulk sausage, cooked, drained
cup  KRAFT Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese
cups  milk
tsp.  salt
tsp.  pepper

Make It

HEAT oven to 350°F.

PLACE bread in 13x9-inch baking pan or casserole sprayed with cooking spray; top with sausage and cheese.

BEAT eggs, milk, salt and pepper with whisk until well blended; pour over ingredients in pan.

BAKE 40 to 45 min. or until casserole is set in center and top is lightly browned.

Kraft Kitchens Tips

Size Wise
Need an idea for brunch? This savory easy-to-make casserole serves 8.
Substitute chopped ham for the cooked sausage.
Purchasing and Storing Eggs
Buy only refrigerated eggs with clean unbroken shells. Open carton and gently move each egg to make sure it is not stuck to the carton because of an unseen crack. Check the Sell-By Date on the carton. Store eggs in their original carton on an inside shelf of the refrigerator as soon as possible after purchasing. Avoid placing near foods with strong odors that can easily be absorbed. For best quality, use within 4 weeks.
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