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**Slow Cooker Cheese Breakfast Souffle

Slow Cooker Cheesy Breakfast Souffle

  • Cooking Time:

    4–6 hours
  • Servings:

    8

Ingredients

1 loaf of white bread
3 c. grat­ed sharp ched­dar or gruyere cheese
1/4 c. but­ter, cut into small pieces
6 large eggs
3 c. warm milk (impor­tant to tem­per with eggs)
2 T. Worces­ter­shire sauce
1/2 tsp. salt
Papri­ka
Dried Mus­tard
Option­al: Add your favorite herb, basil, oregano, cilantro (your choice)

 

Slow Cook­er Cheesy Break­fast Souf­flé is an easy and tasty alter­na­tive to mak­ing eggs in the morn­ing. I usu­al­ly have all of the ingre­di­ents on-hand so I can make it even if it’s a last-minute request from my hus­band or daugh­ter. (It usu­al­ly starts with “you know what would be good for break­fast tomor­row…”) I hope you like this sim­ple recipe as much as we do. Hap­py Crock­ing!

  1. Tear bread into small pieces. Place half the bread in a gen­er­ous­ly greased slow cook­er.
  2. Add half of the cheese and half the but­ter.
  3. Repeat with anoth­er lay­er using the sec­ond half of each ingre­di­ent — bread, cheese, but­ter.
  4. Beat togeth­er eggs, milk, Worces­ter­shire sauce and salt, then pour over bread and cheese.
  5. OPTIONAL: Chop up your favorite fresh herb and add, if desired.
  6. Sprin­kle with papri­ka.
  7. Cov­er. Crock on Low for 4–6 hours. DO NOT open until ready to serve.

NOTE: If desired, you can add 1 cup of cooked, diced ham to this recipe. Just divide and use half for each lay­er.

Hap­py Crock­ing!

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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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Kara

What do you think would hap­pen if I added break­fast sausage, either cooked or uncooked? I once had a meal at a restau­rant called “sausage bread” which was a real­ly eggy bread, with crum­bled break­fast sausage and cheese. This looks real­ly sim­i­lar, so I thought per­haps I could re-cre­ate the recipe.

diane
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diane

what size is your crock pot? A lot of recipes are using a small size than mine.

Jil Manning
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Jil Manning

This is the same recipe our fam­i­ly has every year at Xmas except we also add either ground sausage, diced bacon or ham. Glad to know I can do it in the crock pot now!

Chris
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Chris

Hel­lo, I am curi­ous, how do you do this so it will be ready in the morn­ing? If you cook it for 4–6 hours, and you get up at 8 on the week­end, it would­nt be ready until after­noon? Do you have to get up at 4 in the morn­ing? UGH! I love the looks of the recipe, and would love to wake up to break­fast Sat­ur­day morn­ing.

Lynn
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Lynn

I would use a plu­g­in timer, I use them to turn on and off my lights when I am on vaca­tion and also for my Christ­mas lights in my win­dows. Just set the timer to start the crock­pot when­ev­er you want !!!

Heather Duym
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Heather Duym

Do you have to get up ear­ly in the morn­ing to do this? If it takes 4–6 hours to cook how is it for break­fast? Can this be made the night before?

CathyAl
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CathyAl

why does the milk have to be hot? And by hot do you mean scald­ing or just pret­ty warm? It seems to me that hot milk would scram­ble the eggs?

Tasha
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Tasha

Instead of bread can I use hash brown ? Just curi­ous

Laura
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Laura

Do you think you can freeze this, thaw then dump in crock­pot? Wasn’t sure how the bread and egg mix­ture would freeze

Dominque
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Dominque

Can I grease with Pam or does it have to be but­ter?

Andrea
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Andrea

Can you dou­ble the recipe? I have one of the larg­er crock­pots and want­ed to make break­fast for a group of peo­ple, about 25.

Lisa
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Lisa

This is the first time I have ever ‘got­ten crocked’. Used a 2 qt. Rival I received as a gift 16 years ago. Sub­sti­tut­ed left­over yeast rolls and some 15 grain bread that was just about done and added sliced turkey kiel­basa to add more pro­tein. Crocked on low for 6 hours and…perfection! Looked dense but was airy, fluffy and light. Would add a lit­tle less salt next time.

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