What to Eat if You're Hungover, but Don't Want to Ruin Your Resolution

(Yet!) You'll have plenty of time to do that later.

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So, you've committed to another year of: healthy eating! spending less! cooking more! It all sounds so great (and doable!) when you've been off of work for a few days and you're sipping bubbly drinks, thinking about the great potential this new year will bring.

And then you wake up with a massive hangover and the only thing you can think about eating is a greasy breakfast sandwich from the bodega around the corner. We've all been there.

Help us help you not wreck your resolution with a little bit of foresight.

Step 1: Try to not go crazy on New Year's Eve or at least think about a few ways to avoid your hangover in the first place.

Step 2: If you ignore Step 1, move on to Step 2 and make this super simple Breakfast Casserole before you head out for the night. It's got everything you want from the bodega breakfast sandwich (think: meat, eggs, cheese, bread), just a bit lighter. Bonus? You don't have to leave your home – or face your usual delivery guy – to procure it in the morning. You're welcome.

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