I love the holidays. We are always crazy busy and looking for easy ways to get food on the table fast. This would be the best breakfast casserole for Christmas! It tastes as delicious as it looks too! So if you’re looking for a great breakfast recipe with very little work this is the one!
Check out my Easy Slow Cooker Breakfast Hashbrown Casserole and make it for your family! It’s delicious and not too expensive when you compare it to eating out!
Here’s the ingredients you need!
1 lb sausage (cooked)
hash browns 32oz
1 cup milk
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
salt and pepper to taste
Spray your crockpot with nonstick spray. Then layer the hashbrowns
Then add the sausage. Next add the beaten eggs with milk.
Finally add the cheese.
Add cheese to the top. Now the original instructions I had from an old cookbook said to cook on low for 6-7 hours. However I don’t trust my slow cooker to not cook it to death. So I got up the morning of and started it at 7am. It was done and delicious by 9:30. Seriously it was so easy and so good. You will stop wanting to go out for hash brown casserole when you can make this delciousness at your house!
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I made this recipe again today (twice in a week!). But this time I used bacon. Oh my goodness this recipe is so good!
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