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Ham Breakfast Casserole

Slow Cooker Ham and Egg Casserole

  • Cooking Time:

    7-8 hours
  • Servings:

    12

Ingredients

32 oz. frozen hash browns
1 lb. cooked lean ham, cubed
1 onion, diced
1 green bell pepper, diced (optional)
1 1/2 c. shredded cheese
12 eggs
1 c. skim milk
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. black pepper

Slow Cook­er Ham and Egg Casse­role is an easy meal to prep and put in the crock at night.  Then let it cook away while you sleep and wake up to a fresh cooked break­fast in the morn­ing!

  1. Coat a slow cook­er well with non-stick bak­ing spray or cook­ing oil.
  2. Make 2–3 lay­ers with each of the ingre­di­ents (pota­toes, ham, veg­gies and cheese) in the crock in the fol­low­ing order: hash brown pota­toes, ham, onions, pep­pers (if using) and last­ly, the cheese. (Note: I have made just one lay­er when I didn’t need so many serv­ings! This will reduce cook­ing time though.)
  3. Beat the eggs, milk, salt and pep­per and pour over the lay­ers in the crock pot.
  4. Cov­er. Cook on Low for 7–8 hours or overnight.
  5. Serve warm, topped with scal­lions or your choice of gar­nish.

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Crock Pot Ham and Egg Casserole - Nutrition

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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Leslee
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Leslee

This turned out real­ly nice­ly. I made it for a bunch of co-work­ers. I used cubed hash browns and no onions, put it on overnight. Turned out real­ly nice 🙂

Courtney McCray
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Courtney McCray

I used frozen diced pep­pers and onions. It made for quick prep! I also took this for a work break­fast popluck. It made a full crock­pot and was deli­cious. Would prob­a­bly be good with sausage too!

Irma Canny
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Irma Canny

Can I leave out the pota­toes? If so will it change the cook­ing time?

Ravyn
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Ravyn

Has any­one tried mak­ing this with fresh grat­ed pota­toes as I can’t get frozen hash browns in the UK?

lashanna
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lashanna

Does it have to be skim milk? Can u use 2% or maybe 1%?

Kris P
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Kris P

Made this with bacon & sausage it turned out real­ly deli­cious. Makes for a great fast break­fast for the hol­i­days with rel­a­tives in, also great for Christ­mas morn­ing.

Lee
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Lee

Could this pos­si­bly be made with­out the pota­toes? I can­not eat them! thanks!

sarah
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sarah

Hi, i am new to Crock­pot cook­ing and my englisch is Not Very Good, so maybe i over­read what size of Crock­pot this recipe is for. I have a big 6,5 l One. Does the recipy work with it? Thsnk you

Amanda
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Amanda

Has any­one made it with­out the cheese? How’d it turn out? Should I change the cook­ing time?

Cee
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Cee

How many peo­ple would this serve?

Lisa
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Lisa

If I was to half the recipe, how long will it take to cook on low set­ting. only need to use half of what the recipe calls for

Natasha
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Hi Jenn, I made this yes­ter­day.. Replaced the ham with chick­en sausage though cause we don’t eat ham. Brought it to the office and every­one loved it! Even my kids and my mum in law (who is so hard to please when it comes to food) loved it! Thanks for shar­ing this. Def­i­nite­ly mak­ing this again.

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[…] got me start­ed. Eggs, pota­toes, cheese and meat – what more could you ask for break­fast? This crock pot break­fast recipe has all the bases cov­ered. You could sub­sti­tute bacon for the ham in this recipe, but that requires […]

Carol
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Carol

Can this recipe be dou­bled? And then do you crock it for the same amount of time? We have a boat­load of peo­ple for Christ­mas and this would be AWESOME to have one morn­ing… Thanks!

Ginger
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Ginger

For the peo­ple that are won­der­ing about omit­ting the pota­toes, I am going to give this one a whirl using shred­ded turnips in place of the pota­toes. I’ll let you know how it turns out!

Annalee Fay
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Annalee Fay

I won­der if you could sub­sti­tute shred­ded zuc­chi­ni for the hash­browns if you want to keep it low-carb.

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Liz
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Liz

Any rec­om­men­da­tions for what type of shred­ded cheese to use in this recipe???

Dawn
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Dawn

This is prob­a­bly a stu­pid ques­tion, but if you add bacon or sausage would you need to cook it first before you put it in the crock­pot? I’m not an expe­ri­enced cook, that’s why I love using the crock­pot so much! Any idea how much bacon or sausage I might put in. I real­ize it is not in your orig­i­nal recipe.

Marcella
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Marcella

I for­got the Pam spray..has this hap­pened to any­one and any­one have any sug­ges­tions I
Just fin­ished lay­er­ing it

Heather Krista Kovac
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Heather Krista Kovac

Mar­cel­la, grease it up with some olive or veg­etable oil. If you lack either or, rub it down with but­ter being sure to get a thick coat. It will also change up the nutri­tion­al val­ue some.

Heather Krista Kovac
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Heather Krista Kovac

Uh oh. I ini­tial­ly mis­read your post. I hope it turned out ok with­out the lube on the crock. My guess is, it like­ly stuck quite a bit and was hard to remove. I’m sure it was still deli­cious though, even if not so pret­ty. ^_~.

Suzie
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Suzie

If I want to have this cook a lit­tle faster, how long would I cook it on high instead of low? I only have about 5 hours.

Tracy Bren
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Tracy Bren

Hi All
One of my daugh­ters is a nurse and has to work a 12 hour shift tonight (Christ­mas Eve). She works until 7 a.m. so our din­ner is now a break­fast. Can I use fresh pota­toes instead of frozen?? I’m kind of in a bind. HELP!!!

Jonda Heater
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Jonda Heater

Made this for our Christ­mas break­fast and it was a huge hit! Instead of cook­ing overnight (ran out of time to get stuff pre­pared) I cooked on high for 4 hours. I use the cook­ing bags for crock­pots so the clean up is eas­i­er. Thank you for shar­ing this recipe!

Karen
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Karen

Christ­mas morn­ing fail! Cooked this for 7 hours on low, it was way over cooked. Not to men­tion the tex­ture with the frozen shred­ded pota­toes was just gross. Don’t waste your time or mon­ey on this one. Thank Good­ness we had Cook­ies and junk food to fall back on!

Kelly
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Kelly

Can you use a crock­pot lin­er with this recipe?

Kaity
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Kaity

How long and what temp do you think to cook in the oven in a 9x13 glass dish? I need it for brunch and won’t be up at 3am to put all of the stuff in the crock­pot.

Hal
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Hal

I just pre­pared this and can’t wait till morn­ing. I had a lit­tle dif­fi­cul­ty get­ting the ingre­di­ents to stick to the wall of the pot. I used a lit­tle egg. It seemed to help. Any sug­ges­tions on how to make each lay­er stick bet­ter? Thank-You !

Judy
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Judy

How do you get it out of crock pot?

Katie
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Katie

I don’t know if my crock is too small but I end­ed up with 3 lay­ers, about 4 inch­es tall and each lay­er of hash browns was mushy and gross. My “garbage dis­pos­al” kid was the only one in the fam­i­ly who would eat it. I won­der if, instead of doing sev­er­al lay­ers, just doing one big lay­er might be bet­ter. Prob­a­bly won’t be try­ing this one again.

Belinda welford
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Belinda welford

If I dou­ble this how long do I need to cook it?

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