Monday, August 14, 2017

Easy Crockpot Breakfast Casserole {Paleo & Whole30}

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For the crazy project filled weekend we had…This easy veggie & protein packed breakfast with lots of coffee using my new Mr. Coffee® 12-Cup Programmable Advanced Coffee Brew Coffee Maker was the only way we survived. The kitchen is a construction zone…literally we have exposed insulation and only half of our countertops. We are prepping for new backsplash and countertops…yippee! Willie also worked about 12 hours trying to get a playground assembled for Hartley. It was her fabulous birthday gift from her grandparents and we are super excited to get it set-up. I just keep saying a few more weeks of crazy project-filled weekends and we will be done. We will have an AMAZING new kitchen and the BEST playground for Hartley in our own backyard! Ekkkk I’m so excited for the reveal of both these HUGE projects.

Here’s what you will need to make this delicious make-ahead breakfast in the crockpot:


  • 1 dozen eggs
  • Can of coconut cream
  • 1 zucchini
  • 1 squash
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 1 pint of cherry tomatoes
  • 1 pound of ground pork
  • 1 tsp. olive oil
  • 1/2 tsp. of garlic powder, italian seasoning, and ground mustard (you can add fennel too if you like)


  1. Brown ground pork with olive oil, spices and salt & pepper (doesn’t have to be cooked all the way through since it will have time in the crockpot)
  2. Set pork aside and let cool
  3. Wash and cut squash, zucchini and tomatoes into bite site pieces
  4. Wash, peel, and shred sweet potato with grater
  5. Crack 12 eggs in separate bowl with lots of pepper and salt and the 1/2 cup of coconut cream (the coconut cream gives it a almost custardy texture…ummmm ymmmm)
  6. Whisk egg mixture together (kitchen helper pictured…hehe) – it will look chunky
  7. Grease crockpot with coconut oil or ghee
  8. Layer everything in crockpot…I did pork, veggies then egg mixture
  9. Set for 6-8 hours on the low setting
  10. Drain fat liquid from top before cutting and serving (you can drain pork after cooking, but I like the flavor it gives to the dish cooking with it)
  11. Also – if you’re not strict on Paleo/Whole30…add a little cheesy deliciousness for an extra boost of flavor
  12. Cut like a pie or plop big spoonfuls in a bowl and ENJOY!

*Bonus – with this huge crockpot meal, you are set-up for meal prep for your work week 🙂

Before – Set your coffee and egg casserole the night before for a yummy easy morning!

After – How amazing to wake up to freshly made coffee and breakfast already made!

I’m sure all you moms and dads can relate when you pour a hot cup of coffee, but by the time you actually get to it it’s cold. Having a home cooked meal ready for you right when you wake up forces you to take a morning breather and actually sit and relish your coffee and breakfast. All you have to do when you wake-up is sit and sip. Since August is National Coffee Month, I encourage you to take a moment and savor your coffee, because all of us lead busy lives, and sometimes you just need a #MrCoffeeDay!

If you don’t follow Mr.Coffee on social media yet they have great recipes and ideas, especially on how to incorporate coffee in celebration of National Coffee Month. Follow on Facebook, Pinterest (OMG…the Coffee Infused Treat board is pretty much HEAVEN), Instagram (@mrcoffee), and YouTube.

Right now Walmart is offering a a $5 coupon on all Mr. Coffee® Coffeemakers and Espresso Units over $29. Find it in the housewares aisle at your local store. Also, keep a lookout for Mr. Coffee® Product Demo’s at their local Walmart. Having a programmable coffee maker is a lifesaver for a busy mom like me. Go ahead a treat yourself to a fabulous cup of coffee to celebrate National Coffee Month with Mr. Coffee®!

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  1. I’m definitely trying this!!

  2. What a perfect way to start your morning! Yum 🙂 #client

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