I use jalapeno jack cheese instead of the cheddar and spicy breakfast sausage. OUT OF THIS WORLD DELICIOUS!
camping queen July 1, 2013 REVIEW:
My crockpot cooks this in about 8 hours. We love this for breakfast
clowna1 September 3, 2011 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!
JANJAN April 8, 2011 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.
sillykris December 27, 2010 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.
MurnaS December 26, 2010 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.
workinggrandma November 13, 2010 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!
lazychef September 1, 2010 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.
Guest Foodie December 5, 2009 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).
Guest Foodie November 4, 2009 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.
Dave April 11, 2008 REVIEW:
I made this for a work brunch, and it was VERY well received! I used a large oval crock pot, and increased the recipe by 25% (around 50% for the cheese). I used Ore-Ida Peppers and Onion Country Inn Hash Browns, but still added the onion called for. I substituted ham for sausage, and kept the meats separated so people had a choice, and I didn't have any mustard. It was done in just 8 hours, and was great when served an hour and a half later. I will definitely consider this for the next family breakfast gathering!
rencyn December 24, 2007 REVIEW:
Co-worker brought in this recipe for Boise PD dayshift Christmas celebration, it was a huge hit! The potatoes and eggs were cooked perfectly. Great with salsa!
Guest Foodie November 28, 2007 COMMENT: sounds good
gagirl May 19, 2007 REVIEW:
A co-worker made this for a staff bre4akfast party, and it was the hit of the party! She used the shredded potatoes, and added extra cheese as well. I am still thinking about it. Excellent for groups!
Guest Foodie December 20, 2006 REVIEW:
Adding in chopped jalapeno peppers makes this dish fantastic!
Kathy December 13, 2006 REVIEW:
Not sure when or what to do with the cooked sausage??????
Guest Foodie December 12, 2006 REVIEW:
I made this over the weekend when I had friends from college down. It was a great way to serve breakfast in the morning without having to get up early to cook. I added more cheese than the recipe states and it still wasn't that cheesy. It's a definite Christmas morning breakfast!
Member since: Aug 27, 2003
mzprfkt August 27, 2003 REVIEW:
This was not very good. Very plain. Needed much more flavor.