Sausage & Potato Pie

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I made this for dinner, but it would also be great to serve at a breakfast or a brunch! It was easy to make & came out really good!

Recipe adapted from http://www.pinchofyum.com

Recipe makes 6 very large servings
1 serving = 7 weight watchers smart points

Ingredients-
12 oz Butterball Everyday frozen turkey breakfast sausage thawed
2 cups shredded kale
1 3/4 cups egg beaters or better’n eggs
1/2 cup 1% milk
1 tsp Emerald’s Essence or any seasoning salt
16 oz Simply Potatoes shredded hashbrowns
1 cup Kraft 2% shredded sharp cheddar

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Start by browning the sausage in a pan over medium heat.

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Once the sausage is cooked stir in the shredded kale & cook another 30-60 seconds to soften the kale. Remove from heat & set aside.

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In a large bowl whisk together egg beaters, milk, & seasoning salt.

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Stir in hashbrowns, sausage, kale, & half a cup of the shredded cheese.

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Pour mixture into a pie plate that has been generously sprayed with non stick cooking spray.

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Top with remaining half cup of cheese.

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Cover loosly with foil & bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for about 60 minutes or until the center doesn’t have much jiggle left to it. Remove foil 45 minutes into the cook time.
I put mine on a baking sheet just in case it cooked over at all & i am very happy I did!

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Let sit at least 10 minutes before cutting into it.

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Enjoy!

Tip: the sausage comes in a 1 lb package & the hashbrowns come in a 20 oz package so I took the extra 4 oz from each & made mini sausage & potato pies for the kids in a mini muffin tin!

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