Crockpot Breakfast Casserole Recipe
With the work week being, at least for most of us, nothing short of hectic, it can be nice on the weekends to enjoy a leisurely family breakfast. However, just because you want to spend some time with your family doesn’t mean you want to spend all day cooking and cleaning. If you’re looking for an awesome weekend breakfast idea, look no further than this crockpot breakfast casserole recipe!
Trust me, this crockpot breakfast casserole recipe has it all. First off, the spinach, peppers, onions, and turkey sausage (versus pork sausage) make it a healthy option – especially compared to sugary cereals and breakfast pastries. In addition, this crockpot breakfast casserole recipe won’t leave your kitchen looking like a tornado hit it. The dishes required to throw this yummy meal together are minimal making cleanup nice and easy. Lastly, (and this one is important) it is sure to be a fan favorite. The savory flavors of this dish blend with cheesy goodness to create an irresistible meal that your family will request every weekend.
So what are you waiting for? Mix up this crockpot breakfast casserole recipe and head back to bed for a few hours while it cooks.
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1 bag frozen diced potatoes
1 tube turkey sausage
1 bell pepper
½ to 1 cup frozen spinach, thawed
2 sweet bell peppers
8 oz. bag of cheddar cheese
3/4 cup milk
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. black pepper
½ tsp. garlic powder
Nonstick spray or oil
1. Coat the crockpot with nonstick spray or oil.
2. Lightly brown turkey sausage, drain any liquid, and set aside.
3. Dice peppers and onion into small pieces.
4. In a large bowl whisk eggs, milk, salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
5. Layer half of the diced potatoes, spinach, turkey sausage, and peppers, onions, and cheese in the crockpot.
6. Repeat layers beginning with potatoes and ending with cheese.
7. Pour egg mixture over the layers.
8. Cook on low for 4 hours or high for 2 hours.
Want to customize this crockpot breakfast casserole recipe? Consider trying different types of cheese (like pepper jack) to give different flavors. You can also mix up this dish with different toppings like a dollop of sour cream or diced tomatoes. Give it a try and be sure to share what you think of this crockpot breakfast casserole recipe in the comments!
I really love this recipe, however, it is a lot for my boyfriend and I alone. Do you think this will last in the fridge (once cooked) for a few days or so?
It would be great if we could just heat up a bowl and go in the morning for a few days.
If kept in an air tight container I bet it would last at least a few days.
After cooked, cut inro servings, wrap & freeze, vacuum pack or ziplock. Take out what Ya want for morning, thaw & heat thru.
How many does this serve?