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Mom’s Christmas Bake

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Christmas morning we always have cinnamon rolls and Mom’s Christmas Bake. It’s the perfect combo. I lightened this one up a little bit to keep it macro friendly, but it’s still really amazing. Chad prepped this for breakfast for himself for 6 months straight one time. It’s that good.

My mom’s original recipe calls for double the bacon, pork sausage, whole eggs, and all hasbrowns. As you can imagine, it’s over the top good. I found that reducing the amount of bacon and sausage, and subbing in half sweet potatoes and egg whites is still really good and makes this much easier to fit into your macros daily. I fully enjoy her full fat version on Christmas though, I’m just sayin!

If you give this one a try let me know! I love to see what you’re making! Tag us on Instagram @stayfitmom_krista or leave a comment below! Thank you!

This recipe is originally from cookbook 1. View all our cookbooks here.

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  • Reply Kristine November 14, 2021 at 6:42 am

    Good morning! When you say “cooked” hash browns, do you mean fry them up or just rehydrate them with water? Thank you!

    • Reply Krista Pool November 14, 2021 at 9:02 am

      Hi Kristine, I just mean rehydrate them. No need to brown them for this one.

  • Reply Jenna December 21, 2021 at 9:48 am

    Hi! I cannot find the hash browns or anything similar in my area. What would you substitute? Can I use regular bagged hash browns? How much would you use? thanks!

    • Reply Krista Pool January 9, 2022 at 7:16 pm

      Hi Jenna. 1 box of the dehydrated hash browns makes about 3.5 cups cooked hash browns.

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