When the holidays roll around, all of the focus tends to be on dinner. After all, nobody wants to get up extra early on Thanksgiving or Christmas morning to prepare a whole breakfast buffet. Enter: the classic breakfast casserole. This easy, savory dish is prepped the night before, so all you have to do is toss it in the oven and enjoy come morning time. This casserole is also a great way to use leftover bread. If you're like me and stockpile leftover hamburger and hot dog buns in the freezer, use those to line the bottom of the pan. I tend to favor Martin's Famous Potato Rolls, which bring a slight sweetness to the dish.
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This broccoli casserole recipe with melted cheese and cream of mushroom soup is topped with crushed Ritz crackers and butter for a crumbly, delicious finish. 
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Gumbo Casserole
Separately, gumbo and casserole are two tasty delights. Together, it's the comfort dish only dreams are made of.Courtesy of Campbell Soup Company
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California Casserole
When old-fashioned comfort food calls, try a casserole that's got it all, a winner in the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest.This recipe was the grand prize winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 1956.Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury.Every other winning recipe from the Pillsbury Bake-Off.
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Meatloaf Casserole
Meatloaf is an iconic family dish that is loved by many. This recipe turns the savory dish into a hearty casserole and tops it off with creamy mashed potatoes.Courtesy of Campbell Soup Company
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Homestyle Casserole
Homestyle has never tasted sweeter, thanks to the sweet potato fries baked into this breakfast casserole. This recipe is courtesy of Perdue.
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Turkey and Stuffing Casserole
Toss all the excess from your holiday feast into this one easy, comfy and hearty casserole. Courtesy of Campbell Soup Company
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Chicken waffle breakfast casserole
Turn this classic comfort food into an easy casserole in just over one hour. All you need is the chicken, waffles, eggs, milk and cinnamon. Oh, and don't forget the syrup. This recipe is courtesy of Perdue.
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Perfect for a cold winter night or a holiday like Thanksgiving, this hearty casserole created by Justin Simoneaux at San Francisco's Boxing Room does the South right with shreds of cabbage and ground beef. 
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Not only is this hash brown casserole great at brunch, it’s also perfect for a burger bash. It’s baked to gooey perfection, and it doesn't require you to stand over a hot frying pan. In fact, you can prepare it the night before your gathering and place it in your fridge overnight. Before your guests arrive, pull out the casserole and let it come to room temperature. Once it’s not cold to the touch, place it in the oven, bake, serve, and enjoy.
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King Ranch Chicken Casserole
Casseroles were the perfect quick comfort food of the 1970s — take shredded chicken or cooked ground beef, add canned soup and some sauteed veggies, layer it with cheese and tortilla chips and bake on 350 for 40 minutes and viola! Dinner. The King Ranch Chicken Casserole hails from Texas and is considered by some Texans to be the state casserole dish of Texas. This casserole includes layers of creamy chicken, onions, peppers, spices cheese and tortillas. There’s some debate over whether it’s best to use actual tortillas or chips, but this recipe calls for tortillas.
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Taco Casserole
Throw the ultimate taco party and learn how to make a taco casserole with this quick Mexican dinner recipe. Mixed with corn tortilla chips and pinto beans, this easy taco casserole takes only 10 minutes to prep.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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