Need to feed a crowd? Make Breakfast Burritos with the help of your slow cooker! Make scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, and plenty of vegetables all in the slow cooker, perfect for filling a tortilla.
You may not think to use your slow cooker to make egg dishes, but it really works well. We will be “scrambling” the eggs with veggies, bacon, and sausage for this recipe, creating a beautiful burrito filling and perfect for feeding a crowd buffet style.
- Eggs – 18 large eggs, this recipe feeds a crowd! See notes if you want to cut in half.
- Milk – This will keep the eggs moist.
- Vegetables – Three bell peppers and a sweet yellow onion.
- Bacon – Cooked and crumbled bacon.
- Sausage – Brown and drain your sausage, we like to use Jimmy Dean.
Step One – Add the eggs, milk salt, and pepper to a large bowl.
Step Two – Whisk until combined.
Step Three – Spray a 6 quart or larger slow cooker with nonstick spray (generously). Pour the egg mixture into the slow cooker.
Step Four – Add the cooked bacon and cooked sausage.
Step Five – Add the bell peppers and onion.
Step Six – Add the cheese and stir. Cook on HIGH for three hours. STIRRING EVERY HALF AN HOUR TO HOUR to make the eggs scrambled.
Step Seven – Serve and enjoy!
How to serve breakfast burritos
- Warm a stack of flour tortillas in the oven in foil at 350 degrees for 15 minutes.
- Serve buffet style.
- Place out topings such as shredded cheese, avocado, sour cream, salsa and hot sauce.
- Add a tray of fruit to round off the meal, or even pastries such as muffines or scones.
No, cooking eggs overnight in the slow cooker is a disaster; it will burn and stink up your house—Cook breakfast burrito filling for 3 hours on high stirring every 30 minutes to an hour.
Yes! You can leave the vegetables out of this dish with no issue!
Denver – Make this Denver omelet flavored by adding ham instead of bacon and sausage.
Loaded veggie – Skip the meat, but keep the veggies and use swiss cheese instead of cheddar jack.
Kielbasa – Brown an entire sliced kielbasa and add to this recipe for a different flavor.
Use small flour tortillas for serving to stretch this recipe, it’s hard to add much filling to tiny flour tortillas, and you’ll serve at least 12-15 people!
Yes! We love this recipe with skillet browned corn tortillas; it gives it a whole new flavor. Be sure to add hot sauce to your breakfast buffet.
Yes! You can cut this recipe right in half. You will only need to cook on HIGH for 2 – 2.5 hours, stirring occasionally.
Yes, you can freeze the leftover filling for up to three months. Or you can drain the filling well (it’s very moist) wrap up your burritos then freeze. Thaw and cook in the oven or microwave.
Slow Cooker Breakfast Burritos
- 18 large eggs
- 1 cup milk
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1/2 tsp. black pepper
- 1 lb. sausage cooked and crumbled (we use Jimmy Dean)
- 10 slices bacon cooked and crumbled
- 1 orange bell pepper diced
- 1 yellow bell pepper diced
- 1 red bell pepper diced
- 1 small sweet yellow onion diced
- 2 cups cheddar jack cheese shredded (an 8-ounce bag)
- flour tortillas
- Toppings such as more cheese, sour cream, avocado, salsa, and hot sauce. Chopped jalapeno is great for those who like spice.
- In a large mixing bowl add the eggs, milk, salt, and pepper. Whisk until everything is combined.
- Spray crock pot generoursly with non-stick cooking spray. Add the egg mixture, bacon and sausage to the slow cooker.
- Add the bell peppers and onion and cheese. Stir.
- Cook on HIGH for 3 hours stirring every 30 minutes to one hour to get a scrambled effect.
- Warm the tortillas in the oven (wrapped in foil) or brown each one in a dry skillet on the stove top. Serve burritos buffet style along with toppings.
- Denver – Make this Denver omelet flavored by adding ham instead of bacon and sausage.
- Loaded veggie – Skip the meat, but keep the veggies and use swiss cheese instead of cheddar jack.
- Kielbasa – Brown an entire sliced kielbasa and add to this recipe for a different flavor.
Nutrition info is auto-generated. This information is an estimate; if you are on a special diet, please use your own calculations.