I am in charge of breakfast for a group of people on Sunday morning at a weekend gathering at someone else's house. I am traveling and attending the party on Saturday so I can't cook that day. My plan is to take off work Friday to cook. I know I can make muffins and banana bread in advance. I have found several recipes for egg casseroles or French toast bake that say "prepare casserole, let sit in refrigerator 8 hours or overnight, bake in morning." Would these types of recipes work in my situation -- assemble on Friday, let sit all the way until Sunday morning, and then bake? Or should I bake completely on Friday and reheat Sunday morning? I think it would taste better if I didn't have to reheat, but I'm worried about things spoiling in the fridge that long.
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