In some iteration of my wildest dreams, I walk downstairs every morning to find a beautiful, filling, and wholesome breakfast prepared and waiting for me. The plates are white, the napkins cute and colorful, and a trendy bud vase filled with fresh blooms is at the center of the table. While I won’t be living out my tablescape fantasies anytime soon, I do have a recipe that is the closest thing I can imagine to feeling like you have a personal breakfast chef: Crockpot Egg Casserole!
I was about to type “a recipe that will make you feel like you’ve ordered room service” instead, but since the optimal location for cooking a slow cooker egg casserole overnight is probably your kitchen, the analogy didn’t quite apply. I do regret that you will have to walk from your bedroom to the kitchen to enjoy it. I promise the slight inconvenience will be worth your effort!
Unless, of course, you want to live risky and actually plug the crockpot into an outlet in your bedroom. THAT would be a true in-room dining experience.
I’ll leave the final location for this healthy crockpot breakfast to your discretion. No matter which outlet you choose, you can stir this recipe together the night before and set it to slow cook on low, and in the morning you’ll have a restaurant-worthy breakfast ready to be served!