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Bacon Tater Crockpot Breakfast

User Rating 4.5 out of 5
13 Reviews
12 out of 13 users would make it again
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November 14, 2011 By None
I made this on a camping trip (in camper) and tripled the recipe over two different crockpots. It turned out really, really good. I used about 2 onions in the whole 3X of the recipe, and either my onions were really hot or something. It needed a third of what I put in them. I also used frozen hashbrown potatoes for the tater tots and used pre-diced ham and fresh bacon bits instead of the Canadian bacon. The result was a really beautiful and great tasting breakfast for about 30 people. Thank you so much!!
36 of 36 people found this review helpful.
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Crowd Pleaser!May 23, 2011 By None
I made this for a ladies brunch and came back with an empty crockpot! It smelled so wonderful while cooking I was afraid I wouldn't be able to wait. At any rate, I ended up having several requests for the recipe. Instead of bacon I used Jimmy Dean's Maple Breakfast Sausage. I also did not have whole milk on hand and so used skim. I really don't think it mattered at all. A last note is that although I love onions, I found one large onion to be plenty. With all the main ingredients cooked and measured out the night before, all I had to do early in the morning was layer the ingredients in the crockpot and add the milk mixture. Very simple and was done after cooking in my older model 4 qt. on HIGH for one hour; then on LOW for four hours.
12 of 12 people found this review helpful.
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bacon tater crockpot breakfastJanuary 03, 2011 By None
This was a very easy recipe. I made it for breakfast on Christmas morning. I had 13 guests so we made one with meat and one without. We added mushrooms, celery, broccoli and some grated carrot to the vegetarian one - was it ever yummy!
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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Made it go furtherFebruary 16, 2010 By None
I made this casserole go further by buying flour tortillas and making breakfast tacos with the casserole. Added 1 green and 1 red diced bell peppers. Fed 14 guys, but no left overs!
15 of 15 people found this review helpful.
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Delicious and easyJanuary 15, 2010 By None
This is a hearty and delicious casserole. Mine was done at 5-1/2 hours. I made sure to check it and I'm glad I did. The flavor combination is just outstanding!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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overdoneJanuary 06, 2010 By None
I cooked on low, 7 hours overnight according to directions and when I got up in the morning the whole thing was dark brown. Tasted awful and I had to throw it out.
2 of 14 people found this review helpful.
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Great, easy advance prep breakfast!January 01, 2010 By None
I made this for New Year's Day and everyone loved it. It was so easy, I will make it again. Changes I would make are: 1) cut the onions in slices rather than chop because it all looked kind of mushed up and I think that would be more attractive; and 2) put a folded, wet tea towel over the crockpot, under the lid, to help keep it from drying out around the edges. Seven hours on low was very adequate for cooking - it looked good after 6 but I kept it going for 7 just in case.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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Yummy!December 29, 2009 By None
I made this for Christmas morning (started it the night before) and decided to double it!! Thank goodness I did, it was all gone! Everyone thought it was great! For easy clean up we used crockpot liners so all we had to do was wash the lid!! The only bad thing is it overcooked on the edges, but it was a borrowed crockpot(my mom was using hers) and it didn't have a warm setting. Next time I'll bring mine from home.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
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fantastic and simple!!!December 25, 2009 By None
I made this Christmas morning, and it was a hit! I really wanted to make something that wouldn't require me to be in the kitchen all morning and this was perfect. Simple ingredients, little prep work, and a tasty meal! I didnt use Canadian bacon, didnt have any, so i used diced ham and some crumbled (precooked) bacon instead. When i first poured the eggs in i was worried that it didnt have enough...but it cooked up wonderfully, and everyone had seconds :) I will definitely make this again! thanks!!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Very YummyDecember 06, 2009 By None
I made this for tailgating. It was gone in no time. I used Canadian Bacon because it was easier but I think next time I'll cook real bacon and crumble it.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Awesome!!!!November 24, 2009 By None
Just came back from a scrapbooking weekend and I was in charge of breakfast our last day there. Everyone was amazed at the smell and then even more at the taste. I left out the flour. It wasn't needed at all. There were 11 of us and everyone insisted that I e-mail them the recipe when we get home. Most of them want to make it for Christmas morning. It was a total hit!!!!!
16 of 16 people found this review helpful.
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Delicious!!November 20, 2009 By None
I made this for work and got rave reviews. I added 4 jalapenos and a couple thai peppers for a little spice. Awesome and VERY easy recipe!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Oh yeah!June 22, 2009 By RhondaDanielson
Oh yeah! Making it again this weekend for my daughter's wedding brunch. Really good. Really easy. Pretty healthy as egg dishes go. Used it at the bachelorette party and the drunken partiers ate it all before the morning brunch! One of them said it was the best egg she'd ever eaten--although she kinda forgot that the next morning! Still I tried it too and it really is good!
30 of 33 people found this review helpful.
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