Top slices of this delicious recipe of Crock-Pot French Toast Casserole with a little drizzle of maple syrup. Great for breakfast or brunch!
Slow Cooker French Toast Casserole
Do you need a fantastic breakfast casserole that is super kid friendly and just all-out tastes fantastic? Look no further than this slow cooker French toast casserole.
Made in either a 3.5 quart casserole slow cooker OR a 6 quart or larger oval slow cooker this recipe comes out great.
You can make this easy breakfast casserole for breakfast (of course) or brunch. It is also a popular Christmas morning breakfast option too.
The casserole itself comes together quickly and you can have it in the slow cooker in just a few minutes.
To serve set out some maple syrup, fresh fruit or powdered sugar. And because you just saved yourself a lot of time cooking breakfast you have plenty of time to fry up some bacon or sausage links to serve on the side.
- 3.5 Quart Casserole Slow Cooker OR 6 Quart Oval Slow Cooker (Or Larger)
- Medium Mixing Bowl
- Liquid Measuring Cup
- Dry Measuring Cups And Spoons
More Delicious Slow Cooker Breakfast Casseroles!
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- Slow Cooker Biscuit Breakfast Casserole + Video
- Crock-Pot Blueberry Breakfast Casserole + Video
- Slow Cooker Sausage Hash Brown Casserole
- Crock-Pot Cinnamon Sweet Roll Casserole + Video
Crock-Pot French Toast Casserole Recipe
- 12 Slices Bread (Each Slice Cut Into Thirds)
- 5 Large Eggs
- 1 ½ Cups Milk
- ½ Cup Unsalted Butter (Melted)
- 1 Cup Brown Sugar
- 1 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
- 1 Teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract
- ¼ Teaspoon Ground Nutmeg
- Layer the bread pieces in the bottom of a 3.5 quart casserole slow cooker OR a 6 quart or larger slow cooker in a crisscross pattern.
- In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together the remaining ingredients well.
- Pour egg mixture evenly over bread in slow cooker.
- Cover and cook on HIGH for 3 to 4 hours or until the casserole is set but not soggy.
- Serve slices drizzled topped with maple syrup or fresh fruit.
What kind of bread do you use for this? I usually only have whole wheat or grain bread in the house?
Can this be doubled and cooked in the larger crockpot? Other than doubling the ingredients, any other changes?
Crock-Pot Ladies says
Hi Lisa, I have not tested this recipe doubled. But it should work out okay I think. It will be thicker and thus need some additional cooking time. If you give it a try be sure to come back and let us know how it turned out for you!