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Sausage Biscuit Casserole with Johnsonville Sausage!

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We love omelettes at my house. LOVE them. Most weekends, we're chopping veggies and trying to construct beautiful semi-circles, then failing, and then turning them into egg scrambles. It takes awhile to do all that for individual meals, but it isn't hard to have the same delicious meal in a fraction of the time. Eggs, toast, sausage, mmmm. 

Hello, breakfast casserole! Instead of just doing a breakfast casserole, which usually leaves my family a little hungry, I'm bulking it up by including it as part of a breakfast biscuit. YUM. 

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For this recipe, I'm using Johnsonville original recipe breakfast sausage. I like to cook them until they're good and brown. Mmmmmm.

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Start out by whisking eggs, milk and salt and pepper.

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Add a bunch of green peppers and onions, which can be raw or sautéed.

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Next, add your Johnsonville sausage links or patties. I went for links this time. I cook them until they've got a little crust on them. OMG. Perfection.

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Add all of it to the mixture. IMG_8714

Next, I like to shred a block of extra sharp cheddar into the mixture. You can use cheese that's pre-shredded of course, but it doesn't pack as much of a punch.IMG_8716

Thank goodness for slow cookers! I always use a disposable slow cooker bag--you'll never believe how much quicker clean up can be! Throw it in the night before, and cook on low for eight hours, or until you decide to wake up. 

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The next day, you've got a casserole full of sausage, veggies and cheese. So, so easy and so darn tasty.

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I took the casserole and placed it on a hot, buttered biscuit. I prefer to top it off with a little more cheese for a gooey, delicious finish.

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YES. The money shot. I love when Josh devours a meal that I've made. It was gone in four minutes flat. Check out the recipe below!

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