The holidays are a joyful time of year, but preparing meals during this busy season can cause some unwanted stress. When friends and family come into town to celebrate, the main meal on those big days tends to get the most attention.
But it’s easy to make overnight or early-arriving guests feel special by waking up their senses with a deliciously simple breakfast casserole for a welcomed morning surprise, suggests Bob Evans.
The company offers a vast line of food products and recipes as convenient meal solutions to help moms and dads avoid spending hours in the kitchen, especially when the house is filled with guests.
“The main course is usually the most significant part of any holiday gathering, but don’t overlook the appeal of a warm, home-cooked breakfast,” says Bob Evans executive development chef David Eisel. “You can still impress your company while saving time with a delicious, pre-prepared breakfast like my family’s favorite, the Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole.”
An easy way to serve an appealing and effortless breakfast to a large group is by using recipe-ready refrigerated products like Bob Evans Original Roll Sausage, which can be found in many local grocery store meat cases, says the company.
With many Bob Evans recipes requiring only 10-15 minutes of prep time, it says, families can spend less time slaving over the stove and more time with each other.
Bob Evans Farms, Inc. owns and operates full-service restaurants under the Bob Evans and Mimi’s Café brand names.
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