The best way that I can avoid wasting food is to transform that food into another dish. That's why I love these breakfast casseroles so much. I got this idea from my Aunt Karen, the mastermind behind the Sausage And Grapes recipe I posted last week. This is so simple and tasty that I had to share
4. Let it sit for at least an hour. You can even put this together the night before and let it sit all night. (refrigerated, of course) Bake at 350 for 30 minutes covered, then an additional 15 to 20 uncovered. You'll know that it's done when the middle doesn't jiggle if you shake the dish.
Don't be scared to add just about anything to these. Leftover meat is always good. Ham, sausage, pepperoni, steak, chicken, you name it. Veggies are great too, especially green veggies like broccoli, spinach or kale. Make sure you always add cheese, cheese makes anything better. These casseroles are very good leftover, too. I bring a square to work with me in the mornings and pop it in the microwave.