My family loves breakfast! Sometimes we eat it for the evening meal which begs the question… do you call it brupper (breakfast + supper) or brinner (breakfast + dinner)?
I wish I could link you to the person who originally shared this recipe online. My oldest daughter is a Pinterest ninja and found it for our family. We’ve tweaked it slightly and enjoy it every couple of weeks because it’s delicious and easy.
Easy Crock-Pot Breakfast Casserole
Here’s what you’ll need to make this in your Crock-pot:
*26oz. bag of frozen hash browns
*1 dozen eggs
*1 cup milk
*1 tbls. ground mustard (my daughters questioned this ingredient but still love this recipe)
*1 pound cooked breakfast meat
*Salt & pepper, to taste
*16oz. shredded cheese (we prefer cheddar)
Here’s what you do:
Cook the breakfast meat of your choice. We’ve tried bacon, ham, and sausage. They’re all great!
Use cooking spray to spray your crock-pot. Add potatoes and meat.
Crack the eggs in a 2 quart Pyrex measuring cup. Add milk, mustard, salt, and pepper.
Add the cheese on top of the potatoes and meat.
Pour the egg mixture into the crock-pot and stir all together until it’s all mixed.
Make sure the crock-pot is turned on to low and plugged in. This instruction should be included in every crock-pot recipe.
Nothing is more frustrating to come home to what you think will be an awesome meal only to realize it’s room temperature trash. (I have first-hand experience with this).
Cook on low for 6 – 8 hours. Then serve and enjoy!