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Slow Cooker EASY Breakfast Casserole

  • Cooking Time:

    5-6 hours
  • Servings:



1 lb. sausage
32 oz. potatoes, hash brown, shredded, frozen
1 dozen eggs, large, slightly beaten (or 2 cartons of egg substitute)
3 c. cheese, cheddar, shredded

Slow Cooker EASY Breakfast Casserole only has four ingredients and is a wonderful recipe that can cook while you sleep!

  1. Brown sausage and strain to remove excess grease. When using sausage links or patties, chop them up into bite size pieces.
  2. Place 1/3 of the hash browns in the bottom of the slow cooker, followed by a portion of the cheese and topped by 1/3 of the sausage.
  3. Repeat until the sausage is all used up, hash browns and cheese…or until the slow cooker is full.
  4. Pour the eggs on top of the contents and it will run down through the ingredients in the slow cooker.
  5. Cover. Cook on Low for 5-6 hours.

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11 years ago

Jenn – My family loved this one! thanks!

11 years ago

I’m wondering if I could 1&1/2 the recipe (or even double it) to feed 8 people? Would the cooking time change? Also, can you tell me what size crockpot you’d use for this? Thanks so much.

Pam McRae
Pam McRae
11 years ago

If it only cooks 5 – 6 hrs, what do you recommend for having it at about 9:00 a.m.? Can you prepare it in advance and put in fridge? Then set alarm to get up at 3:00 a.m. to start it?

Susan Stevens
Susan Stevens
11 years ago

Maybe I just missed it — but how many does your original recipe feed? We’re thinking of serving this for a baby blessing and don’t know how many we’d need to make.

Ginny Riale
Ginny Riale
10 years ago

This is brinner tonight! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

Scott M
Scott M
10 years ago

Thank you for this recipe. I loved having only one day’s worth of dishes for four days of breakfast, and reheating sure beats cooking every morning. My only complaint was it was a little bland. My initial thought was to double the sausage, but instead of doing that and ratcheting up the fat and calories, what about changing up some of the ingredients? Like a spicy sausage, or shredded pepper jack, or the potatoes with the peppers and onions? Thoughts?

Ashley K
Ashley K
10 years ago

Kind of a silly question, my crockpot has a “warm” setting, would I be able to cook it on warm for 8-9 hours and it be the same??

10 years ago

I saw on the side bar the “Hamilton Crock Pot” from Amazon, is this the crock pot you use?


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10 years ago

How would you alter this recipe for a 3-4 qt. crockpot?

Shavonne Williams
Shavonne Williams
3 years ago

If tui cook on high should I just 1/2 the cooking time?

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