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Crockpot Western Omelet Casserole

Ready in 45 minutes
9 review(s) averaging 4.1. 67% would make again

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"This is a wonderful breakfast or brunch recipe for guests or just for yourself because you like it. I made half the recipe for my husband and myself. It's also a good filling for a flour tortilla. I may also try this recipe using sausage and substituting cheddar cheese for the Monterey Jack cheese. Delicious. Thanks for posting it."

- crittermom17

Ingredients

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32 ounces Hash Browns; frozen
1 pound Ham; extra lean -- cooked & cubed
1 medium Onion; diced
1 medium Green Bell Pepper; diced
1 1/2 cups Monterey Jack cheese; shredded
12 Eggs
1 cup Skim milk
1 teaspoon Salt
1 teaspoon Black Pepper; or to taste

Original recipe makes 12

Servings  

Preparation

Place a layer of frozen potatoes on the bottom of the crock pot, followed by

a layer of ham then onions, green pepper and cheese. Repeat the layering

process two or three more times, ending with a layer of cheese. Beat the

eggs, milk and salt & pepper together. Pour over the mixture inside the

crockpot, cover and turn on low. Cook for 10-12 hours, overnight, and enjoy

for breakfast or brunch the next day.

Notes

All the taste less of the hassle

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The men eating it loved it. The women not so much. It was over choked even though I turned it down and eventually off before the time was up.
jennicalong 1 year ago
I made this As a dinner recipe for my family. Left off the peppers, as my family don't like them, but the recipe was great. Be careful to keep heat low not to over cook.
Bvanhout 3 years ago
I cooked it for the ten hours specified but it was too dry!
bandmom1 6 years ago
This is a brillant breakfast. I was not hungry at all come lunch time. Easy and tasty. What more is there!
little_fieldmouse 6 years ago
Men's Bible Study LUV'd this!!! And easy to take along
bestgrammy 8 years ago
This would have been good, but it pretty much burned up in half the time recommended. It may have to do with a difference in crock pots, but this stuff burned badly.
dav8d 9 years ago
The only comment I have is that it is important not to over cook! We didn't shut it off in time and it got a pretty gross consistency. Otherwise, the dish is great. It was a big treat to find this for the crockpot. We've been making the breakfast casserole for years and taking the time to do it in the morning! This was awesome!
clceci 9 years ago
This is a wonderful breakfast or brunch recipe for guests or just for yourself because you like it. I made half the recipe for my husband and myself. It's also a good filling for a flour tortilla. I may also try this recipe using sausage and substituting cheddar cheese for the Monterey Jack cheese. Delicious. Thanks for posting it.
crittermom17 9 years ago
All the taste less of the hassle [I posted this recipe.]
Dana 9 years ago
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