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  1. Yay for your first Christmas in your house! I totally understand what you mean by finally having a place you can call home and feel comfortable in. It feels like we’ve moved around so much and sacrificed a lot and now finally feel like we found a place we love, too. I’m so happy for you! You deserve it! And this casserole. Wow. I’ve been searching for something yummy to make Christmas morning and I think I just found it! Pinned!

  2. Can you make this the night before and cook it in the morning?

    Sounds delicious. I bought the ingredients and want to make it ahead….I’m sleep wimpy too!

    • Hi Abananie! I have never tried it, but!!! Since you are using refrigerated biscuits I think that as long as you keep it refrigerated you should be okay. It’s super simple to make. I’d definitely cook the bacon ahead of time and cut up the biscuits. You could either mix it up and refrigerate it unbaked overnight OR you could prep everything the day before (like cooking and crumbling the bacon, cutting the biscuits) and then mixing up everything to bake the morning of. It’s so low maintenance I think as long as it’s cold it’ll be just fine. But let me know how it goes so I can pass it along next time someone asks, ok? Have an awesome holiday!

  3. I can’t wait to try this recipe, but I just wanted to say that your story and thankful attitude for your new home are just as comforting and so sweet. I can totally relate! I hope you are enjoying your home! Thank you for sharing both, happy for you!

  4. Congratulations on you house!!
    Going to make this for our Christmas Breakfast, will probably add peppers and chopped mushrooms.
    Sounds so yum!!
    Merry Christmas!
    Susan from Texas

  5. So did you find out if this can be made the night before? I’m trying to have everything done so I’m not running around line a crazy person! Merry Christmas

  6. I had an early Christmas for my little brothers this year when I had them for my weekend.on our Christmas “eve” I made the big dinner so Christmas morning I used the left over ham to make this. I just cubes it up and tossed it in their and also cooked a few sausages to put in their as well. I added two more eggs than what was needed but it turned out great! Huge hit.

  7. Heather,

    This is just what I was looking for. The presentation is beautiful, and it tastes so yummy! I served it for the first time today, and I am happy to agree with you, this will be our new Christmas tradition as well!
    We are also celebrating Christmas in a new house, so making this recipe will always remind me of the special story you shared!

    Thank you!

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

      • I wanted to thank you for your humbleness in discussing your house and how grateful you are, we are building our dream house now we are both 65. Never give up on a dream, thanks for the wonderful casserole it will be served on Christmas blessing for you and Family and may your home always be filled with lovely baking smells and heaps of love, thank you and Merry Christmas

    • Jill – I would at least double it. I prepare something like this all the time in 2″ hotel pans. The only problem I’ve had is if I made to much and it takes forever to cook in the middle. It eventually gets cooked just be patient.

  8. Canโ€™t wait to try this on Monday! I decided to add some onions and peppers to the recipe. Should I sautรฉ them before adding to the casserole? Thanks!

  9. Overnight guests, told the wife I’d make Christmas breakfast. I will be making this dish multiple times in next year, delicious, very impressed, thanks!

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