Cooking Time:8 hours
IngredientsHalf of a 28 oz. bag of frozen Potatoes O’Brien (this is about 3 & 1/3 cup)
1 pkg of reduced fat breakfast sausage, COOKED and crumbled
3/4 c. of shredded cheddar cheese (or cheese of your liking)
7.3 oz. jar of sliced mushrooms
10 eggs, beaten
1 c. milk
2 tsp. of Worchestire Sauce
salt & pepper to taste
This delicious recipe for Slow Cooker Egg Casserole makes 10 servings – I use a 6 qt. slow cooker. So, if you don’t need that many or just don’t have a big enough slow cooker, then you can easily make half of this recipe!
- Grease your slow cooker with non-stick spray or use a slow cooker liner.
- Place the potatoes in the bottom of the crock.
3. Evenly distribute the cooked sausage crumbles over the potatoes.
4. Place mushrooms overtop of sausage.
5. Top with shredded cheese. (add more/less to your liking)
6. Mix eggs, milk, Worcestershire Sauce, salt & pepper together.
7. Pour the egg mixture on top of the potatoes, sausage, mushrooms, and cheese.
8. Cover and Crock on LOW for ~ 8 hours.
9. After it’s finished, turn off the slow cooker and sprinkle a little cheese on top. Cover and let sit for about 5 minutes to let the cheese melt.
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Have you tried this with the crock pot liners?
I have not – if you do, please let me know how it turns out. Thanks & Happy Crocking!
Hi Ann – you can find them near the plastic baggies at your local store. If you don’t have a liner you can spray the crock pot well to grease it. The liner just helps with easy clean up. Happy Crocking!
If you cut the recipe down because you have a smaller crockpot, will the cooking time change?
It shouldn’t cut the crocking time down, but with that said it really all depends on how hot your crock pot cooks, so you may want to check it earlier that the time stated! Happy Crocking!
Would this work on high for 6 hours?
Lynn, You can try this, but fear it may burn on High! If you try this, please post back and let us know how it turned out! Happy Crocking!
I made it first and only time with the crock liner and it turned out great.
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Can you prepare this the night before? Or ahead of time?
Hi Jennifer – Yes, this is actually a great recipe to prepare ahead of time. I’ll usually prep all the ingredients and crock overnight. If needed, I’ll set my alarm and wake up to put everything in the crock and turn it on and then go back to bed. It’s awesome waking up to a freshly cooked breakfast! Happy Crocking!
Could you use diced ham? Then no cooking would have to be done. I plan on doing this for Christmas morning.