Wednesday, August 4, 2010 | By: Rita Hutcheson-Cobbs

CrockPot Breakfast Casserole

This Breakfast Cassrole has been a favorite recipe of our family for more years than we have had kids. I have changed it up a bit for today's recipe because not everyone in our family likes the onions, peppers, etc that you can add to this to make it even more mouth watering.  Here is the recipe I used for the CrockPot version of the Breakfast Casserole and it has turned out amazing!!! This is for tonight's supper, adding biscuits, salsa and spreadable butter to the menu. Add a square of this to a biscuit with a slice of turkey bacon and sprinkle some cheese and you have a great breakfast on the go is my original recipe for....

CrockPot Breakfast Casserole
(for 3 meals: breakfast, biscuits for tomorrow morning, & biscuit sandwiches for the freezer)

18 eggs, beat well
1 cut milk
1 loaf of french bread
1 stick of butter, softened to room temperature
2 Tablespoons of garlic, minced
8 sausage patties, cooked or pre-cooked packaged, crumbled
2 cups shredded cheese
salt, peper, Ms Dash Tomato, Basil, Garlic blend

1. Slice French bread in half, lenght wise.
2. Mix softened butter and garlic together well, spread over both halves of French bread
3. Toast French bread in the oven until edges are crisp
4.  Crack eggs and beat well.
5. Mix in milk, crumbled sausage patties, 1 cup of shredded cheese, seasoning and mix well
6. When toasted and cooled, crumble French bread into the mix.
7.  Stir all the ingredients, mixing well.
8.  Pour into a 5 qt (or 2 buffet crockpots 2.5 qrts) sprayed with cooking spray.
9.  Cook on WARM for 8 hours.
10.  Cover the top with remaining shredded cheese, serve.

You can also back this recipe, except, allow the ingredients to sit overnight in the casserole dish in the fridge.  Back at 400 degrees until a sharp knife inserted in the center comes out clean.

If desired add to the mix prior to cooking:
1/2 cup onion, chopped finely
1/2 cup green/red/yellow bell peppers, chopped finely
1 teaspoon hot sauce, for a kick
top with crumbled bacon before adding the shredded cheese at the end of cooking time

Hope you enjoy! This is really a great recipe that can be used for anytime. Doc is taking a baked version of this recipe to work this morning for a brunch.

Love, Blessings, & {{{Hugs}}},


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