25 Tasty Crock-Pot Brunch Recipes That Are Perfect for Easter Sunday

Liz Alterman | Mar 6, 2020 Food & Party
25 Tasty Crock-Pot Brunch Recipes That Are Perfect for Easter Sunday
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Winter is finally wrapping itself up and that means Easter is right around the corner! Whether we're hosting the holiday for the entire fam, or just hoping to start the morning off with a special meal, it's time to hop to it and start planning the delicious menu. Making scrumptious dishes without spending tons of time in the kitchen is now easier than ever thanks to tasty recipes that can be prepared in our Crock-Pot. Maybe we can even sleep in this year!

Easter brunch is a long-standing tradition for many folks. After the Easter Bunny makes his rounds, gathering the kids together for an Easter-egg hunt while munching on brunch foods is the perfect way to spent this spring holiday. But anyone who has hosted a brunch for a large group knows breakfast-type food can be a pain to coordinate. 

And why should one person slave away in the kitchen while everyone else spends quality time together? That's not quite right, either. Our Crock-Pot is here to save the day and handle the brunt of the work, so that we can spend time with our loved ones. Isn't that what Easter's all about?

From sweet to savory, we found a bevy of brunch-tastic delights that will allow us plenty of time to help the kids hunt for eggs while the meal cooks itself. Now that's what we mean by a perfect Sunday. Read ahead for 25 Easter yummy and time-saving brunch recipes. 


  • Cinnamon Roll Fondue


    For folks whose favorite part of a cinnamon roll is the yummy cream cheese frosting, they're in a for a treat. Chelsea at Chelsea's Messy Apron shares her recipe for a creating a fondue-style topping for her tasty cinnamon rolls right in the Crock-Pot. Even more fun, Chelsea recommends using a cinnamon stick for dipping the roll into the sweet "fondue."

  • Maple Bourbon Bacon Jam


    Enjoy favorite breakfast flavors in a truly unique form: slow cooker maple bourbon bacon jam.

    "It’s delicious just on toasted bread," says Kaitlin of I Can Cook That. "The flavors are smoky, sweet, and tangy all at once."

  • Slow Cooker Black Bread


    Honey, cocoa, and coffee combine to make this delicious black bread that's perfect for breakfast with a bit of butter or served up in a basket as a tasty side to our brunch main course.

    Gina at Kleinworth Co., who created the scrumptious recipe, says she came up with the idea to save room in her oven for other dishes. Genius!

  • Breakfast Casserole


    Hash browns form a base for this yummy breakfast casserole that cooks four hours on high or eight on low. Shredded cheeses and a dozen eggs make it light and fluffy while green onions give it tons of flavor. It's even delicious as leftovers, says Kristen at Iowa Girl Eats.

  • Blueberry Bread Pudding

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    A sweet treat the whole family will love! This blueberry bread pudding recipe, from Kresha at Nourishing Joy, allows for plenty of substitutions and additions depending on our preferences. Who doesn't like melty and warm bread pudding?!

  • Nutella French Toast Casserole With Caramelized Bananas


    For those who've got some Nutella fans in the house, they'll flip for this Nutella French toast, created by Kaitlin of I Can Cook That. And just when we thought this dish couldn't get any sweeter, it's topped with caramelized bananas. Yum!

  • Egg, Spinach & Ham Casserole


    This colorful egg, spinach, and ham casserole is perfect for Easter morning. Karen of 365Daysof CrockPot says Greek yogurt gives the dish "a little something extra." It's also delicious for dinner too -- if we have any left over!

  • Lemon Poppy Seed Cake

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    Lemon poppy seed cake really captures the fresh flavors of spring. Cook on high for 90 minutes to two hours and we'll have a delicious treat that's perfect for breakfast. Sour cream or Greek yogurt keep this confection moist. Find the recipe at Better Homes & Gardens.

  • Apple Cinnamon Crock-Pot Steel Cut Oatmeal


    This yummy apple cinnamon oatmeal will make our home smell fantastic! It cooks on low for seven to nine hours. Julia at The Roasted Root recommends using coconut milk or a bit of butter to prevent the oatmeal from sticking to the sides of our Crock-Pot.

  • Breakfast Risotto


    If we love risotto for dinner or as a side dish, chances are we'll find this breakfast risotto a welcome change -- especially when it's cooked slowly with apples, cinnamon, and nutmeg, as Stephanie from Crockpot365 suggests. We can top it with fresh strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries.

  • Banana Bread Overnight Steel Cut Oats


    Erin of Well Plated writes, "If you've never had steel cut oats, prepare yourself for a serious oatmeal upgrade." Her banana bread overnight steel cut oats recipe is delicious just as it is, but she says we can feel free to add a dollop of peanut butter and some chocolate chips if we really want a sweet treat!

  • Slow Cooker Veggie Omelette


    Katerina of Diethood created this slow cooker veggie omelette recipe, which she says can be thrown together in no time so we return two hours later to a delicious breakfast. Sounds great to us!

  • Overnight Carrot Cake Oatmeal


    We can't celebrate Easter without incorporating carrots in our menu. They're not just for bunnies! This overnight carrot cake oatmeal created by Lori of Foxes Love Lemons is a delicious and healthy way to start the holiday. Raisins, pineapple, and cinnamon give it tons of flavor!

  • Slow Cooker Cinnamon Roll Monkey Bread


    Good news, prep for this delicious slow cooker cinnamon roll monkey bread takes less than 20 minutes, according to Dorothy of Crazy for Crust, making it ideal for a busy holiday morning!

  • Slow Cooker Frittata With Kale, Roasted Red Peppers, and Feta


    Kalyn of Kalyn's Kitchen points out that this slow cooker frittata with kale, roasted red peppers, and feta is a perfect low-carb breakfast that's great when we're pressed for time.

  • Cheesy Breakfast Potatoes


    Chungah of Damn Delicious jokes that if these cheesy breakfast potatoes made an appearance on her breakfast table each morning, waking up would never be an issue! With sausage in the mix, this dish is a creamy, savory treat!

  • Slow Cooker Strawberry Applesauce


    Imagine this delicious slow cooker strawberry applesauce, created by Shannon of Cozy Country Living, on a delicious croissant or even by itself! Set it before bed and forget about it!

  • Light Berry Crisp


    Sarah of The Magical Slow Cooker says this yummy light berry crisp can double as dessert when it's topped with ice cream. It looks like it would be pretty tasty with a dollop of yogurt as well! 

  • Hash Brown Casserole

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    What's more indulgent than a cheesy hash brown casserole? Nothing, as long as we follow this recipe by Buns in My Oven.

  • Slow Cooker Brown Sugar Ham

    Slow Cooker Brown Sugar Hamham
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    We should all sweeten up our brunch with this slow cooker brown sugar ham recipe by Sweet & Savory Meals. It takes four hours in the slow cooker, so it's a great recipe to prep the night before!

  • Crock-Pot Banana Bread

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    It takes just 30 minutes of prep time and two hours in the slow cooker to make a perfectly cooked loaf of banana bread. It's the perfect accompaniment to any Easter brunch. Find the recipe at The Spruce

  • Crock-Pot Grits


    Give brunch a Southern flair by whipping up some Crock-Pot grits, recipe by Spicy Southern Kitchen. Personalize the grits by topping them with cheese, bacon, or even shrimp.

  • Slow Cooker Lemon Bars


    For a sweet and tangy ending to brunch, make these slow cooker lemon bars. Find the recipe on The Midnight Baker

  • Crock-Pot Blueberry Cake

    Crock-Pot Blueberry Cake

    This Crock-Pot blueberry cake by Recipes That Crock is like a muffin and pancake hybrid that doesn't lack in deliciousness. 

  • Slow Cooker Corned Beef Hash

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    Corned beef hash is one of the most savory breakfast options out there, and it's a worthy contender for Easter brunch! We like this recipe by Slow Cooking Perfected.

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