Casseroles are an easy way to feed a large group quickly, especially when they can be made in a Crock-Pot or other slow cooker. Crock-Pot breakfast casseroles are great for feeding house guests, or for preparing ahead of time on busy mornings. As with most casseroles, you can tweak the ingredients in this Crock-Pot breakfast casserole to your liking. You can substitute bacon, ham, veggie sausage — or even mushrooms — for the sausage.
Things You'll Need
Pour hash browns into the slow cooker.
Mix the eggs and milk well in a separate bowl. Add onion and pepper. Chop the sausage and add it to the mix. Stir.
Pour this mixture into the slow cooker and top with cheese.
Cook on high for four to six hours or until the eggs are firm and the cheese begins to brown.
References and ResourcesA Year of Slow Cooking: Crock Pot Hashbrown Breakfast Casserole
Moms WhoThink: Crockpot Breakfast Casseroles