Slow cooker Breakfast Casserole Recipe.
How great is it when a feast for all intents and purposes cooks itself? That is the situation with this flavorful Crockpot Breakfast Casserole. Not exclusively does this simmering pot breakfast dish require for all intents and purposes no work, but since it cooks for six to eight hours, you can organize breakfast the prior night and have it prepared toward the beginning of the day.
This simmering pot breakfast goulash is stacked with filling, sound fixings, similar to protein-rich eggs, sweet potatoes and chicken frankfurter — mmm. We should begin!
In a bowl, beat an egg with kefir, red pepper drops, salt and pepper. The kefir is stuffed probiotic sustenance for a sound gut — not terrible for a morning supper.
Next, blend into equal parts the sheep cheddar, a large portion of the goat cheddar and a large portion of the green onions. At that point in a medium bowl, combine the sweet potatoes, frankfurter, peppers, and remaining cheeses and onions.
Add the blend to the moderate cooker and pour the egg blend over layers and set on low. Give the breakfast goulash a chance to cook for the following six to eight hours.
Slow cooker Breakfast Casserole Recipe:
Add up to TIME: 6-8 HOURS.
*½ glass kefir.
*½ teaspoon red pepper drops.
*1 teaspoon ocean salt.
*½ teaspoon dark pepper.
*1 glass crude goat cheddar, destroyed.
*1 glass crude sheep cheddar, destroyed.
*½ glass green onions, cleaved.
*2 sweet potatoes, peeled and ground into hashbrowns.
*1 pound chicken frankfurter, cleaved.
*½ glass chime pepper, slashed.
1.In a bowl, beat eggs, kefir, red pepper drops, salt and pepper. Mix into equal parts the sheep cheddar, a large portion of the goat cheddar and a large portion of the green onions.
2.In a medium bowl, combine the potatoes, frankfurter, peppers and remaining cheddar and onions. Add to moderate cooker.
3.Pour egg blend over layers and cook on low for 6– 8 hours.
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