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Slow Cooker Breakfast Casserole

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High Protein Crock Pot Breakfast

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All-in-One Slow Cooker Breakfast. Let your slow cooker do the work and don’t worry about adding sides because this dish already has everything—hash browns, sausage, cheese and eggs. Just sip your coffee, cut up some fresh fruit, and breakfast (or brunch) is.

Whether you’re serving this for breakfast, brunch, or brinner, it’s sure to be a hit. How to make slow cooker breakfast sausage casserole. Spray a 6 quart slow cooker with nonstick cooking spray. Layer 1/2 of the potatoes on the bottom of slow cooker.

Top with half of the sausage, cheddar and mozzarella cheese, onions, green peppers, and. Slow-Cooker Breakfast Recipes Prep these amazingly delicious breakfast recipes–and then let your slow cooker do all the work! From French toast to egg bakes, we have something for everyone. Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat. Cook and stir sausage in the hot skillet until browned and crumbly, 5 to 7 minutes; drain and discard grease.

Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day, but brunch is definitely the most fun. Don’t ruin a good thing by overthinking it—sleep late and enjoy a delicious pre-lunch meal by turning to your slow cooker the night before. These slow cooker brunch recipes will start your day off right. Slow Cooker Breakfast Recipes.

Filter Recipes By Category. Here you will find some incredibly delicious breakfast recipes that cook up perfectly in the slow cooker or crock-pot. They’re great if you need to feed a crowd as you can easily double or triple most of these recipes.

Whether you’re looking for a quick weekday breakfast or a leisurely Sunday brunch, all you’ll need for delicious morning meals is a slow cooker! For breakfast on the go, we’ve got toasted granola, creamy yogurt, and overnight oatmeal. Entertain guests with delicious brunch favorites like French toast, quiche, and loaded hash browns all served up straight from the slow cooker.

Slow Cooker The bigger the slow cooker you have, the better! We recommend the Morphy Richards 6.5L Sear and Stew slow cooker for this recipe. A slow cooker with a non-stick works best as it’ll prevent the sausages and bacon sticking. Butter will suffice otherwise. Aug 9, 2019 Simply amazing breakfast dishes that you can cook in your slow cooker!

See more ideas about Slow cooker breakfast, Slow cooker breakfast recipe, Slow cooker. Slow-Cooker Lemon Poppy-Seed Cake Recipe Make a bright, zesty cake that rivals the rich flavor of your typical breakfast coffee cake. Pair this with a cup of coffee, a glass of juice, and a piece of fruit to start your day off right.

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* * Stir, Soak In then the the morning, cook oats for overnight 30 put seconds in a in microwavable the or until milk just in the bowl boiling fridge. and (lower-wattage cook for 1 minute microwaves on high.

“The Fussy Eaters' Recipe Book: 135 Quick, Tasty and Healthy Recipes that Your Kids Will Actually Eat” by Annabel Karmel
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Overnight oats are probably the quickest and easiest breakfast you can make.

“My Fussy Eater: from the UK’s number 1 food blog a real mum’s 100 easy everyday recipes for the whole family” by Ciara Attwell
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these recipes if you don’t generally eat much breakfast.

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2 In a 3-quart slow cooker, combine the toasted oats, barley, apple, dates, and cranberries.

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Cover (position lid vents over meat if using charcoal) and cook for 1½ hours, brushing each rack with 2 tablespoons applejuice mixture and flipping and rotating racks halfway through cooking.

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-Toast 2 TBS Soy BACON Bits in a large skillet until aromatic, about 5 minutes.

“Cooking for Healthy Healing: The healing recipes. Book two” by Linda Page
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Rather than follow the recipe exactly, I substitute the recipe’s filling with breakfast ingredients like bacon, sausage, and onions.

“Frugal Living For Dummies” by Deborah Taylor-Hough
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Add oats and toast, stirring constantly, until golden and fragrant, about 2 minutes; transfer to slow cooker.

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SLOW COOKER Mix pears, orange and sugar in 2­ to 3½­quart slow cooker.

“Betty Crocker Cookbook, 11th Edition: 1500 Recipes for the Way You Cook Today” by Betty Crocker
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This recipe takes some time, but it’s a great breakfast meal for weekends on the Daniel Fast.

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  • You could crack the egg into the baked beans and you will get like a hard poached egg thats very tasty. Its also done in some soups that my family make that are more like a goulash.

  • This might very well be my favorite recipe of yours so far and that’s saying something with the amazing food you have been showing us lately. I’m happy as we brought a slow cooker months ago and haven’t used it yet! Now I’m looking forward to it. Thanks a lot Todd.

  • This works better if you put the crockpot on warm if youre going to do 8 hours. The egg gets done without being overcooked and the sides are firm but not burned or hard.

  • That’s funny.. I was just talking to my husband about finding a crock pot breakfast for Christmas morning, instead of the usual french toast that I make.

  • This is awesome. I don’t have time to cook breakfast for my dad and I need him to eat. And I love using the crockpot. Thanks Todd!

  • Nice idea. Suggest seasoning the beans, toms and shrooms. I would beat the egg and season with pepper, salt and herbs. I have preference for dill

  • This would be awesome for summer months when I don’t feel like using oven. We have enough eggs and milk from our goats and chickens. Thank you. Great recipe.

  • That is so cool Todd, that I must try that. I crocked a meaty smoked ham bone overnight with water, cooking onion, chunks of carrots and whole black peppercorns. Now all I have to do is strain ham broth, separate the meat from the nasty bits and throw in a few handfuls of washed yellow split peas into the pot. Making French Canadian yellow split pea soup. YUM. I hate the German version, made with green split peas. Makes me want to spin my head like Linda Blair aka Exorcist movie. LOL

  • Subbed because you’re a good dad and your kid is polite! My daughter looks the same sort of age, cool to see a popular dad youtuber.

  • Just a suggestion to anyone needing to cut out sodium in this, soak the cubed ham in water for an hour. Idk if you noticed but the ham has 35% of daily value in sodium. The o’brians will normally have a decent amount of salt to then also but no way really to get rid of it there. Soaking the ham should remove about 80% of that salt content.

  • Only just found the channel through Ashens, who I only discovered last week (so feel free to charge him a finders fee). Also been getting into my slow cooking lately. Question is was this on high, medium or low? Guessing low.

  • Well this was pretty fun to try! (apart from the egg, but maybe i’ll beat it next time for an omelette)…..
    If you’d like to try a normal cooked breakfast, try here’s a recipe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyQi_utmgU&vl=en
    More MVK tries on this playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgzxe7jJ6oA&list=PLfItiEY3o1msmCdkx49hQcmgh39L02lf5

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  • Should do a mini slow cooker series ^.^ been seeing loads of awesome things like cookies and chocolate lava cakes being done in them! ��

  • I work nights, so I’ll be preparing this before I go to work and come home to a ready made breakfast! Thanks for the vid, it’s great!

  • The cling film may have done more harm than good here The slow cooker lid is colder than the steam being made inside, so the water condenses and runs down the inside. So items inside slowly steam over time. Without it, the tomatoes and their juices would have given more hot steam to the other items.

  • Try meatloaf in your crockpot…I didn’t think it would work, but it did. Oil the crock. 2 lbs. ground beef, 3 handfuls rolled oats, 2 eggs, either soy sauce or all purpose seasoning, one onion minced very fine, and looooooots of ketchup. Mix all together, pat into oiled crock, and put on low for 4 or 5 hours. Let it cool a bit so it will set and not crumble.

  • It’s useful for me. My oven is enormous and will raise the temp of my tiny house by almost 10 degrees. I will do anything to avoid using it in the summer. The crock pot is my alternative for summer cooking.

  • Maybe drain the tomatoes and then put them in an aluminium foil packet? Leave the egg for like the last hour switching to a higher temp? Maybe put the mushrooms in some butter and seasoning in a foil packet too?

  • Haha just found this video xD Had to pause after you said something about it being an American thing.
    Nope, not really, I bearly use my cooker. For the same reason, you said, not leaving it on unintended.
    So I do cook and it may take longer:D

  • That’s really a full breakfast..so easy! I’ve only made stews in my crock pot, and really nice beef pepper steak..I’ll have to try this soon! You’re right about the slow cooker..here in Texas you can get one with a lift out crock for about $20, and it seems to last a long time! This recipe..it’s a bit much for just my daughter and I, but I could take some servings for lunch too! ☺☺☺

  • Looks great! But your ‘wife?’ Seems to be a bit bossy. I think she should just let you do your thing, and be grateful that she doesn’t have to cook.

  • it looks really good, can you put the sausage in raw so that the slow cooker could do its magic on it or is it better to fry it 1st?

  • You can put the tins in the slow cooker with their lids open. Hash browns in the toaster.. 3 times, turning inbetween. Put your plate on top of the finished toaster for 30 seconds to heat it up.

  • leave the eggs in the shell put a tiny pin size hole in the shell so they don’t explode
    that way they cook inside the shell and when you take it out you will have pouched eggs

  • Oh wow!! That looks awesome! I didn’t know you could do eggs in the slow cooker. Trying to get more eggs in my diet. I’ll try that on Sunday. Cooking the buffalo drumstix tomorrow:)

  • I’m sure if it were baked, the residual liquids would have cooked into the casserole. Or, if you drained the sausage on a paper towel.

  • Interesting to watch, and the narrative was so awesomely funny and genuine to watch and listen to. I could honestly watch this guy cook anything that one would normally not cook in a slow-cooker. I loved the brutal honesty that was also so, so sincere. Excellent viewing nice job!! Now, can you do a Shepherd’s Pie next?

  • When she said “dont know why you feel the need” and you said “thats why!”, i share you love of food and knew i liked your video from that moment. your awesome

  • I am a huge fan of the 3 pepper and onion frozen blends for recipes. It saves so much time. Also, HUGE fan of breakfast crock pot recipes. Thanks for sharing!

  • Honestly you lost me at need a bigger slow cooker �� Get a life please!!! Average cooked breakfast takes less time than this pointless tutorial ��

  • I think the option of cooking in the crockpot is a good one for the night before like Christmas or Thanksgiving or Easter when there will be a bunch of other cooking going on for the day. Looks good though. Love how you two interact with one another. Hilarious!

  • Try cooking with a rice cooker. Me and my family, whenever we go camping. We cook mostly everything with a rice cooker including the rice itself

  • I don’t what kind of breaky you have, but I was raised and still have a 6 linked sausages well done, a pile bacon extra thick homemade crispy bacon, 3 slice of black puddin, 3 slice of white puddin, haggis, fruit puddin, onions, homemade Scottish and Walsh firecracker sausages, irish mutton paddy, garlic butter mushrooms, tomatoes, potato pancakes, hash brown (which is corn beef, welsh cheese, strong red onions and grated potatoes), 2 slice of fried bread, 3 well fired mini rolls. I don’t have a full English in my home own family is a full British family so we have a Full British Breakfast.

  • The pug salt and pepper are the wrong way round! Surely the light coloured one should house the salt and the darker one the pepper!

  • Anna,
    Looks delicious. I would need to use ( Turkey Sausage & Turkey Bacon) in place of Pork; due to Saturated Fat possibly with pork. I have to watch my cholesterol levels. Do you think could just do ( Egg Whites) only instead of using whole eggs. And use half the amount of cheese in this recipe? I would probably double the red pepper amount too. And add some baby spinach too.
    Thank you Anna as always for your excellent creative flare on Low Carb Cooking. Love Tamson �� ��

  • I want to make this recipe but I need to half it for just me and my son and have leftovers. I have a 4qt slow cooker and all the ingredients but my shredded potatoes are Hungry Jack (dried potatoes, you need to reconstitute with a little water), frozen multicolored peppers but raw onion and my bacon is fully cooked. Any reason I should reduce the time?

  • Breakfast casserole is probably an American dish as it’s nothing I’ve heard of in South Africa where I live now or in England where I was born

  • It looks really delicious. I think I’d stick the crock insert into the oven and cook it faster unless I was making breakfast for dinner. I gotta say I didn’t expect the crock to make a good breakfast but it did huh? TY for sharing this recipe and I’ll try it.

  • this is the only pre made breakfast I’ve seen that doesn’t contain oats or look disgusting and it’s super easy to make in bulk. big come up for me ty.

  • It seems like a great idea, but I think eggs taste best fresh out of the pan.
    If you have a family on the go though. I think this would be absolutely perfect.

  • I would have put the egg in the last hout probably i little butter withth the shroomsbut all together not bad. Make a yummy roast in it u will lovevit

  • Hello and Thanks for sharing your…
    very “ADORABLE & YUMMY” Video w/ us!!! =D

    I pressed “LIKE” & I also definitely clicked to “SUBSCRIBE” to your YouTUBE Channel & I am looking forward to watching more of your uploads!!! =D

    I will be trying this Recipe in my Slow Cooker for a very easy yet a very “YUMMY BREAKFAST” for My Family soon!!! =D
    XOX Ruby

  • Not sponsored Buys the most expensive branded slow cooker to match his “old” one and makes sure the “CROCK POT!!!” logo is hugely on display after telling us he just calls them a slow cooker.. Pull the other one mate.

  • We are going to try this tomorrow but I’m going to throw it in some tortillas to take to work for the week. Keep the videos coming.

  • Very annoying/frustrating to have the off camera female voice talking throughout & correcting the guy’s English. Thank you for sharing this breakfast casserole recipe with us.

  • Thank you for the recipe! We do a “Breakfast for Chriatmas dinner” thing and when there are gonna be cinnamon rolls in the oven and other goodies this is PERFECT to start ahead of time! Thanks again!

  • I never knew you could cook a breakfast casserole in the slow cooker. Thank you for the great recipe. Also, I am still laughing at you guys and the adorable dog. This was too funny. I hope you make more videos…really enjoyed the tips and humor you both have with your dog.

  • Could you make series of “Barry cooking things in unconventional ways”, like in coffee maker, sandwich maker, toaster, with clothes iron… water kettle…

  • Definitely useful! This will be great for Sunday morning breakfasts during the summer months when we don’t want to heat the house up with the oven.

  • Use a smaller slow cooker, stand the sausages up around the edges, fill the middle with an overnight breakfast casserole recipe. That sounds so good now!

  • I like everything except the beans… and look! REAL sausage! (we have a lot of fake products over here that imitate real food)

  • i feel like if i was to make one major suggestion, it would have been to put a few pats of butter in with the mushrooms and cover them, so it basically sautees them in the pot. On their own, all you’re doing is bleeding the moisture out of them. If you want to do another slow-cooker recipe thats as easy as possible and a fun treat for the family, make a crock pot cake. Take 1 tin of pie filling of your choice. put in crock pot. take 1 box of cake mix that compliments the pie filling. (example: Apple pie filling with spice cake, or cherry pie filling with chocolate cake). dump the cake mix on top of the pie filling. take 1 stick of butter, cut up into pats, put on top spread around the crockpot. put on lid. cook on high for 2 hours. serve hot in bowls, maybe add a scoop of vanilla ice cream if you’re feeling saucy. amazing, delicious and oh-so-easy. Note: Make it and eat it all, it does not keep well after it gets cold, it just turns to glop.

  • Oh no I did NOT just spend 9mins watching a how-to video where he failed to mention HOW long to bake and at what setting… I regret choosing this one over the others

  • “trolley” Sorry, I’m American. Your vocabulary is amusing. I’m sure our vocabulary is amusing to you all as well. Arkansas (or the South in General) trolley = buggy, in the mid-western states (Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Iowa etc) trolley = cart or shopping cart. I think I’m going to start using UK English… “trolley” I like it.

  • LOVE IT!>>> ur2.pl/1064 (You cannot set it to start at a certain time but that’s not a deal breaker for me). You can set it to run on HIGH, LOW for X hours which is really nice! I love the locking handles too!

  • English and Irish (full) breakfasts look similar. There’s a channel of a Dubliner who teaches Irish Gaelic using a dinosaur puppet, cooked a very similar breakfast. I’m wondering what a full Danish breakfast looks like?

  • @toddskitchen I’d love you opinion on my cooking channel I’ve not long started and there are loads of giggle but I’d think your amazing and would love your input ❤️

  • This looks really yum, & you could change the meat or veg I suppose. I brought some slow cooker liners very recently, would make it easier to get out, haven’t used them yet, they’re clear bags, probably greaseproof paper would work too. I’m gonna try this recipe with them. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us, & take care. ❤����

  • If you grate your own cheese, you can save yourself from some unhealthy carbs. Most have starch added to keep the cheese from sticking together.