Breakfast in Bed

Posted by David Pickle on

Nothing is better then waking up to the smell of crisped bacon, shredded hash-browns, seasoned eggs...Aaahhh. We're more than half way through the week and by now, everyone deserves breakfast in bed, even you! Well, tomorrow you're going to have it! Of course, it will take a little effort on your part, but when you wake up in the morning to the smell of a hot breakfast, you won't regret it!

Today, we'll be sharing the recipe an overnight Crockpot Breakfast Casserole found on Pinterest. Of course it's not exactly breakfast in bed, but hey, you won't have to get up early to make it. Just get up and dish your plate and jump back in bed! The recipe is posted below. To get a printable version, just click on the photo. Enjoy!

Crockpot Breakfast Casserole

1 dozen eggs
1 cup milk
1 package (32 oz.) frozen hash brown potatoes
1 lb. of sausage, browned and drained or 1lb of bacon, cooked and crumbled (or use both)
2 cups cheddar cheese or Colby Jack - shredded
¼ teaspoon dry mustard (optional)
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon black pepper
½ cup green onions - diced (optional)
1 green pepper - diced (optional)


Spray your crockpot with no stick cooking spray or use a slow cooker liner and spray it.
Layer frozen potatoes, bacon or sausage, onions (if using), green pepper (if using) and 1 cup shredded cheese in the crock pot in two or three layers. Sprinkle the remaining 1 cup shredded cheese over the top evenly. Beat the eggs, milk, dry mustard, salt and pepper together. Pour the egg mixture over the cheese evenly in the crockpot. Cook on low for 7 to 8 hours or until eggs are set and thoroughly cooked, start this at midnight and wake up to a delicious breakfast! 8-10 servings.


Product of the Week

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