Ham'n Taters Breakfast Casserole
(6 servings) Printable Version
In a bowl, beat eggs and milk. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. Pour mixture over layers in the Crockpot.
Cover and cook on LOW for 10 to 12 hours (but please check after 8 hours just in case your Crockpot cooks faster than mine - cooking times tend to vary.)
If you're a hater of taters, stay away from this one. Otherwise, dig in! It's a Crockpot breakfast casserole with layers of taters, ham, veggies and cheese.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank baseball27 for this recipe.
Recipe number 462. Submitted 9/13/2002.
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Comment submitted: 5/23/2013 (#15916)
I am getting ready to try this out. Bought hash browns instead of taters. I know my crockpot cooks very hot even on low so I will watch it closely and give my review later. Thanks for the recipe in advance.
Comment submitted: 8/31/2012 (#14331)
From MP in MS
Just wondering if it is really safe to slow-cook eggs for 10-12 hours considering your comment on keeping cooked eggs warm using a crockpot should not exceed two hours due to possible salmonella poisoning?
Comment submitted: 2/5/2011 (#12070)
Yes I have 2 new cookers one 1 1/2 qt. another oval 4 qt. The small one boils everything on low. The big one works fine. I've seen a lot of similar complaints. I wonder if maybe they're using the same parts on the small ones as they do on the big ones in order to save money.
Comment submitted: 11/23/2010 (#11606)
From Breakfast lover
I'm going to make this but use a bag of the frozen cubed hash browns instead of the tator tots. Will also give it a whirl with cooked and crumbled sausage instead of ham, too!
Comment submitted: 11/30/2009 (#9134)
From Jen NJ
Made this for a breakfast-for-dinner, and it was okay. Too much potato... and I love tater tots! I'd try it again and mess with the recipe... and season it more as well. But it was a good starting point!
Comment submitted: 11/23/2008 (#6961)
I have a new crockpot that seems to be cooking LOTS faster and hotter then my old one and I was wondering if anyone here has had a problem with the breakfast foods being over cooked if left on low overnight for say 9 hours?
Comment submitted: 12/22/2007 (#4234)
What size crock pot? I have the 6 quart.
Comment submitted: 10/2/2007 (#3677)
I tried this as well and everyone loved it! I used more cheese, yellow peppers instead of green, 8 eggs and 1 cup of milk - cooked everything for 5 hours only, breakfast was terrific!
Comment submitted: 6/3/2007 (#2600)
I tried this! Yum! Cooked it 10 hours and it was done just right. Browned just right top and sides. 15 minutes to prep, and ready to scoop when I got up. What a treat!
Comment submitted: 1/11/2007 (#1178)
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