Crock-Pot Biscuit Breakfast Casserole

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Breakfast casseroles are a great recipe to make for either breakfast or brunch.   My family loves these on Christmas morning!

Crock-Pot Biscuit Breakfast Casserole
Crock-Pot Biscuit Breakfast Casserole
Crock-Pot Biscuit Breakfast Casserole
Crock-Pot Biscuit Breakfast Casserole
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Prep Time 15minutes
Cook Time 120minutes
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Prep Time 15minutes
Cook Time 120minutes
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  1. Butter the bottom and sides of the crock-pot.
  2. Layer biscuits on the bottom of the crock.
  3. Mix eggs, milk, cheese and bacon in a separate bowl.
  4. Poor egg mixture on top of biscuits.
  5. Cover crock pot and cook on high for 1 1/2 hours.
  6. Cooking times can vary with the biscuits, you want the sides of the crock to show light brown biscuits.
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    • Lady Katie says

      I am sorry this happened. This does happen with crock-pots. Next time, add the biscuits last (on top) then you can make sure they are done.

  1. Kristie says

    If I were to cook this on low, how long would I need to cook it for? I would like to cook it over night and have it ready when we woke up.

    • Lady Katie says

      oh gosh low you would double the time that it would be on high. I would be careful though as the biscuits might burn.

    • Lady Katie says

      yes you can substitute sausage, or a veggie one, or ham or whatever you like! And as far as 25 people, You will need a LOT of crock-pots. Or I would do it in the oven in pans. (oven time is half the time of crock-pot . High = 350 degrees) . Just if you do it this way, watch your time so you do not burn.

  2. Heather says

    Hi! This sounds awesome! I’m needing to make this for 12 or 13 people (2 are toddlers and won’t eat too much) would I need to make this in 3 seperate crockpots or could I triple the recipe and time to cook and only use one?

    • Lady Katie says

      I would do more than a double recipe in one crock-pot. Do at least 2 crock-pots. You can also switch it up and add more veggies to one and not the other.

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