Breakfast for Dinner


I am a huge breakfast fan. In fact, I love it so much that I sometimes will have it for dinner. My most-liked breakfast foods are pancakes, eggs, and bacon. Ha! This is a bit off subject, but my all-time favorite go-to place is IHOP (Also known as International House of Pancakes). And eating their luscious chocolate chip pancakes lol. Yum yum!! Hahaha! 😀

Lol, so anyway back to the original subject.

Since I have not had breakfast for dinner in a very long time, I was excited to have it for one evening. Last week while I was planning this week’s meal plan I was scanning through a crockpot cookbook and discovered this Southwestern Breakfast Casserole. It is not only full of delicious flavors, but it too has sausage, eggs and lots of cheese. Yummy! 😀

This recipe would also make an excellent filling for breakfast burritos or tacos, and I think next time I will throw in some hash browns or potatoes to mix it up a bit. There are also options to change up the meat with ham or bacon and add in other veggies that your family enjoys.

Crockpot Southwestern Breakfast Casserole

Ingredients

1 lb. Jimmy Dean Breakfast Sausage
1 small Can Green Chiles
1 Medium Onion
1 Green Pepper 
2 1/2 C. Cheddar Cheese 
18 Eggs
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. pepper

 

Directions

1. Brown the sausage in a non-stick skillet over medium-low heat and cook until it’s no longer pink. While the sausage is browning dice the onion and green pepper. Set aside. Next, whisk together the eggs, salt, and pepper in a large mixing bowl. And shred the cheese.

2. Next, layer the first five ingredients into a six-quart crockpot (with cheese being on the top of each layer), (Similar to what you would do with lasagna) and then cover the entire breakfast casserole with the eighteen eggs. Cover and Cook on Low for eight hours. Serve immediately with ketchup and or Frank’s Buffalo sauce.

What is your most-liked breakfast food?

Source The Crockin’ Girls 

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