Can you believe that’s it’s already almost Easter?
Man, you are about to be SO BUSY. All those eggs aren’t going to hard-boil, decorate and hide themselves. Plus, you’re likely to be entertaining friends and/or the fam, right? Those guys are going to totally want to eat food, probably BRUNCH, that magical, mystical meal that occurs between regular breakfast and regular lunch.
Geez! That is SO MANY THINGS to do! You don’t really like sleep, right? If only there was a way to make it simpler and easier! Oh wait – there is! Come closer, I’m gonna impart some wisdom. You can make tasty brunch type things, make the Easter eggs AND sleep. Here’s how: SLOW COOKER. Yes, my friend. You can use your slow cooker to make tasty brunch type items for this, the eggiest of occasions.
Two loaves of Pillsbury™ refrigerated French loaf meander into a slow cooker – wait, have you heard this one before? Then you know it ends with a delicious French toast casserole flavored with cinnamon, vanilla and maple syrup!
To quiche or not to quiche, is that the question? Because then the answer clearly is to quiche – with savory chunks of ham, flavorful Swiss cheese and surprisingly, nutmeg!
You gotta have something tasty to go with your coffee – how about bourbon? I know you all like, “Whoa, it’s really not that kind of brunch.” But it can be delicious, especially if the bourbon comes in the sweet and satisfying form of banana bread.
Steel cut oats never looked so decadent! All you need is your slow cooker, oats, hot cocoa mix, brown sugar and chocolate chips for maximum chocolate goodness. Guaranteed to please all brunch attendees.
Easy-peasy and spiced just right! This recipe features the fiery flavor of chorizo sausage. To amp up the heat to en fuego mode, you can add jalapeno or chopped chipotle chile in adobo sauce. If you want your lips to puff up like Kylie Jenner’s, go the adobo route.
Original Bisquick™ mix is used to make this, the most majestic of pancake formations. Add cinnamon, sugar and vanilla to make this slow cooker creation so delicious!
Fresh spinach, basil and crumbly feta cheese make for a beautiful and brightly flavored quiche that will satisfy adventurous taste buds.
Two cans of Pillsbury™ Grands!™ Jr. Golden Homestyle buttermilk biscuits lovingly embrace savory pork sausage and creamy mushroom gravy in this slow cooker crowd pleaser.
An apple-pecan filling makes your French or challah bread absolutely magical; top it off with powdered sugar, maple syrup or salted caramel topping to achieve culinary bliss.
Put all the breakfast things in your slow cooker and let ‘em mingle. You’ll be super-pleased with cheesy brunch-appropriate outcome.
The savory, salted flavor of smoked boneless ham combines perfectly with dried apricot and fruit chutney to satisfy all the brunch time hungers.
I know you’re all like: “Hey, wait a minute – you’re totally repeating yourself!” To which I respond: “Not even!” #1 was casserole (or hotdish, depending upon your geographic locality) and this is not. However, it is true that both dishes are amazingly yummy and a slow cooker is the method by which the French toast yum is made for your face to enjoy.
Got some eggs left over from your decorating endeavors? Crack those bad boys open and toss ‘em in your slow cooker; add some diced ham, cheddar cheese and veggies for zazz!
Betty Crocker™ SuperMoist™ yellow cake mix and apple pie filling make for one satisfying coffee cake, straight from your slow cooker! It’s even topped with a yummy crumble – I swoon!
Cranberries, apples and ye old-fashioned oats spend a frisky night together in your slow cooker. What emerges the next morning is sinfully delicious and tremendously satisfying.
Admittedly, this one slides more towards the lunch side of the brunch spectrum. But c’mon! Cheesy tots? Who’s not going to love that?
Look upon this marvel and rejoice! This sweet treat does double-duty as a beverage AND dessert! YUM!
That's quite the mouthful, isn’t it? I promise I didn’t just combine all the words I thought sounded amazing and delicious – this is actually a thing you can make in your slow cooker.
I think you’re actually required by law to have an egg bake if you conduct brunchinations. Since you’re a brunch-abiding citizen, here’s an awesome recipe you can make in your slow cooker!
You gotta have a dessert option, right? Why not go all out? Caramel, Chocolate and pecans catapult chocolate cake from ho-hum to Oh YUM.