Crockpot Omelette Casserole
(10 servings) Printable Version
Now, beat the eggs, milk, mustard, salt and pepper together. Pour this over the whole mixture. Cook on low for ten to twelve hours*.
* Please see comments below. We're getting reports that the cooking time in the original recipe submission could be too long.
Perfect for large gatherings like holiday brunch. Great make-ahead breakfast for those times when your mornings are definitely going to be busy.
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Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Crockpot Omelette Casserole?
From Busy Momma
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 11 votes.
Yes, you have to adjust the time based in if you have a newer crock pot or one like my mom's old one.
Comment submitted: 12/24/2014 (#19168)
From M.C. Keys
Glad I read the notes about the cooking time. I think you should change that to 7 to 10 hours as mine was perfect after 7.5 hours, exactly like the the other commenter. Besides having to watch it close after I woke up, everything else about the recipe is spot-on. Wonderful flavor. Very filling.
Comment submitted: 9/10/2013 (#16448)
I followed all the instructions, except I did 7.5 hours on LOW. It was only slightly dry, and a little crispy around the sides/bottom, but otherwise tasty. If I make this again, I will probably decrease the time by an hour.
Comment submitted: 1/25/2013 (#15104)
Love this recipe... I found 10 hours to work well also. Maybe the low temp on some crocks is higher than others.
Comment submitted: 1/15/2012 (#13437)
Dang. I should have read all the reviews first. I planned to cook it overnight for the recommended time, but woke up and took it out after 9 hours because it was already ruined - far overdone. Lesson learned - read the reviews FIRST.
Comment submitted: 10/26/2011 (#13077)
I thought it was a little dry so maybe I will try it out with more cheese and less time. Other than that it will be perfect for the cabin when it's my turn to cook breakfast and not heat the cabin up.
Comment submitted: 3/10/2011 (#12275)
From Joan S.
It was great to wake up with a breakfast ready for a house full of guests, and they all seemed to like it, but I thought it was a bit on the dry side. I cooked it on low for the recommended 10 hours.
Comment submitted: 9/25/2010 (#11286)
This was a good recipe, but I have one gripe. I listened to the other reviews and only planned to cook it for 5 hours on low. After 4 hours I realized it was no where near done, so I turned it to high. After 5 hours it was still not done in the middle so I had to scoop it out and microwave it to finish the eggs. I did double the recipe, except the potatoes. I used a large 7 qt slow cooker that normally cooks things in less time than the recipe requires, so I was confident it would be done. I was wrong. I do think 10 hours would have been too much, but It could have easily gone another 2 hours on low, if not more. With all that being said, the taste was good and everyone enjoyed it. I will make this again.
Comment submitted: 9/11/2010 (#11202)
I cooked it for 5 hours and it was perfect.
Comment submitted: 3/29/2010 (#10191)
I need this to take 10 to 12 hours so I hope this works!
Comment submitted: 3/3/2010 (#9966)
So. How long do you really cook this?? One says 4 hours?? Other 9-10 help me out with this!
Comment submitted: 8/15/2009 (#8552)
This recipe worked great. Thank you.
Comment submitted: 12/23/2008 (#7182)
From mc1963 (Team Breakfast Member)
We loved this recipe but the comments were right 4 hours on low is plenty!
Comment submitted: 8/9/2008 (#6097)
Awesome results! I followed the recipe pretty closely and just added diced green peppers. I also 1.5 X the recipe (I have a big crockpot) and cooked it on low for about 9 hours. No sticking but I did spray the inside of the crock prior.
Comment submitted: 3/9/2007 (#1775)
Very good, I served this at a fundraiser! We got lots of money!! 8 hours on low burned the bottom of the casserole... I'll do 4 to 6 hours on low next time!
Comment submitted: 2/15/2007 (#1534)
From mamacita (Team Breakfast Member)
I served this recipe at a potluck brunch and it was delicious - didn't change a thing HOWEVER the cooking time in my crockpot was only 4-5 hours on low.
Comment submitted: 10/16/2006 (#509)
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