Great recipe for a crowd. I had 18 people staying over for Thanksgiving, and knew I would not want to be making breakfast on Thanksgiving morning while trying to get dinner ready. I doubled the recipe, put everything together the night before, baked the pans in the morning and had a tasty hot breakfast for everyone.
I used what I had on hand, which were Hawaiian sweet rolls instead of bread slices, and regular yellow mustard. My grocery store only had sage sausage, but it was super yummy and a nice complement to the recipe.
You could also change this recipe up a lot depending on you and your family's preferences. Excellent as is or as a base for your creative breakfast ideas.
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Great recipe for a crowd. I had 18 people staying over for Thanksgiving, and knew I would not...