cfrost Member since: February 24, 2008 REVIEW: I use jalapeno jack cheese instead of the cheddar and spicy breakfast sausage. OUT OF THIS WORLD DELICIOUS!
Jul 1, 2013
camping queen REVIEW: My crockpot cooks this in about 8 hours. We love this for breakfast
Sep 3, 2011
clowna1 REVIEW: Substitute 1 Tbs Cilantro and about 1/3 small Jalapeno for the green bell. Then just before serving sprinkle top with Seasoned Salt or Barbeque Salt!
Apr 8, 2011
JANJAN REVIEW: Really good! I made this because my oven wasn't working and we were having guests over for brunch and it was a hit! I read the other reviews and took the recommendation to serve with salsa and sour cream -- delish! Next time I am going to add more cheese and more salt and pepper.
Dec 27, 2010
sillykris REVIEW: I made this for Christmas morning and it worked out great. There were only two of us so I cut it in half and substituted mushrooms for the bacon. It still made 7 servings, it took us 3 days to finish. Although we really liked it, it could use more seasoning other than salt and pepper. I will add herbs next time and cayenne pepper.
Dec 26, 2010
MurnaS REVIEW: I made this for Christmas morning breakfast. It was a big hit! It says it serves 6 but it would serve 9-10 easy, especially if there was fruit or pancakes also served. At the top of the recipe, it says that it is ready in 5 hrs. Within the mixing directions, it says to cook on low for 10-12 hrs. The 5 hrs is the correct time. I did increase the cheese because of the previous reviews. I served it with salsa and sour cream. This recipe will definately be served again.
Nov 13, 2010
workinggrandma REVIEW: We call these eggs slumber party eggs - works well for that, when we go camping, and when I have my grandchildren visiting. As sides, I put out salsa, sourcream, ketchup, biscuits, and cut up fruit. A whole meal with no mess, no fuss - all ready when we wake up. Put the coffe on and enjoy!
Sep 1, 2010
lazychef COMMENT: Sounds wonderful, but OMG has anyone figured out the calories and fat on this? Each serving would have more than 5 oz hashbrowns, 1/3 lb meat, 2 eggs, and 2 oz cheese-- that's a whopping breakfast! Think I'll try it, but cut serving size in half and serve with fresh fruit.
Dec 5, 2009
Guest Foodie REVIEW: This was easy and delicious! I made it for a teacher breakfast and everyone loved it. I eliminated the salt and used Ore-Ida Country Hash Browns (30-oz bag).
Nov 4, 2009
Guest Foodie REVIEW: I prepared this hoping it would taste like breakfast casseroles that you cook in the oven. I wont' make this again. It was edible, but the egg texture was not nearly as good made in the slow cooker as it is baked in the oven.