Home cook makes a delicious big breakfast with a slow cooker

Prepare breakfast when you wake up: Slow Cook Pro shows off its VERY impressive ‘cheat’s’ meal – whole sausages, mushrooms and tomatoes

  • Home cook Sarah tried to make a big breakfast in her slow cooker
  • She cooked hash browns, sausages, baked beans, tomatoes and mushrooms
  • All food was placed in a 7 liter Breville machine and cooked overnight
  • While the meal looked delicious, the food was ‘mushy’ from the cooking hours
  • The benefit of cooking all food in a slow cooker is to minimize mess

An amateur home cook has shared photos of the unbelievably large breakfast she prepared with her slow cooker.

Sarah posted images of the massive meal to a popular Facebook group, cooking several hash browns, sausages, baked beans, tomatoes, ham and mushrooms for the ultimate breakfast.

‘Here’s my attempt at the big brekky..I think I put way too much into it, wish me luck!’ she wrote.

All food was placed in a 7 liter Breville appliance and cooked overnight.

Home cook Sarah cooked several hash browns, sausages, baked beans, tomatoes, ham and mushrooms for the ultimate breakfast (pictured)

Sarah also put butter, oil, oregano, and garlic powder in a mug with the mushrooms as some sort of seasoning.

While the morning meal looked delicious, she said the end result was too ‘mushy’, but will try breakfast again in the future.

The advantage of cooking all food in a slow cooker is the minimal mess that is created compared to using a pan on the stove or oven.

The advantage of cooking all food in a slow cooker is the minimal mess that is created compared to using a pan on the stove or oven

The advantage of cooking all food in a slow cooker is the minimal mess that is created compared to using a pan on the stove or oven

After sharing the delicious home-cooked meal on social media, the post was liked and shared by hundreds of other home cooks — but some suggested using an air fryer instead.

“Thank you for sharing this. I’d like to try out some components there,” one wrote.

To avoid condensation, one woman suggested wrapping the slow cooker lid in a towel.

Another suggested packing the slow cooker with less food.

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