Breakfast Casserole

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Recipe Created By: Janet


20 oz pkg frozen hash browns
2 pkgs turkey breakfast sausage
1 lg onion
2 cups plain rice milk
3 Tbsp safe margarine
3 Tbsp flour or corn starch
1 pkg Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
salt (optional)
black pepper (optional)
additional margarine or safe oil


Grease 9×13 inch casserole dish with safe margarine or oil. Preheat oven to 350 °F.

Fry hash browns in skillet in safe margarine or oil at medium heat. Layer hash browns in bottom of casserole dish. Set aside.

Chop onion and remove casings from turkey sausage. Cook sausage and onion in skillet until sausage is completely cooked. Layer onion and sausage mixture over the potatoes.

Melt 3 Tbsp safe margarine in skillet at medium-high heat. Add 3 Tbsp flour or corn starch to margarine and combine. Once heated, whisk in rice milk slowly. Heat until mixture has creamy consistency. Add salt and black pepper to taste. Pour sauce over sausage/potato mixture.

Unroll crescent rolls and lay on top of casserole without separating triangles.

Bake casserole at 350 °F for 20 minutes or until dough is brown.



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