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Stupid Slow Cooker Breakfast Potatoes


It doesn't get much simpler than these Stupid Slow Cooker Breakfast Potatoes, you won't find an easier potato recipe. Slow cooker recipes using potatoes are a great idea, especially if your oven is occupied by the main dish.

  • 4 medium to large potatoes, sliced
  • 1 onion, peeled and chopped
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 4 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
  • 4 ounces Cheddar cheese, grated
  1. Layer all ingredients in slow cooker: Potatoes, butter, onion, bacon, cheese.
  2. Repeat with a second layer. Cook on High 8-10 hours. Done!

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Feb 27, 2014

Both this recipe and Rachel Ray's are the same and instruct to cook on high for 8-10 hours. Luckily I woke up after 3 hours and saved them. I think the recipe is in error. It should be 8 hours on low. After 3 hours I had potatoes and cheese leather. Please correct this recipe.


Sep 11, 2013

I cooked it on high, according to the recipe, and woke this morning not to a yummy potato breakfast, but to a blackened sizzling disaster.


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Sep 20, 2012

Contrary to the oversensitive commenters here, I appreciate the use of "stupid" in the title, conveying the simplicity of the recipe -- much like the "...For Dummies" series of books.


Oct 10, 2011

Maybe it's a generation thing but I, too, dislike the use of "stupid." To describe a recipe as "easy" or "simple" would suffice, or perhaps even just list it as "slow cooker ________." Sorry, but using "stupid" to be playful doesn't work.


Oct 6, 2011

@sugarbee418 2266090, We use the word stupid on our site in a playful manner. For example, "it's so easy to make, it's stupid!" However, we appreciate your input and will consider your interpretation in the future. --Editor of RecipeLion


Oct 5, 2011

Why do you have to name all your recipes "stupid"? Sounds very unappetizing and, well...stupid!


Sep 19, 2011

@cidergeorge, You can melt the butter, but you don't have to. It will melt in the slow cooker. The important thing is to include the butter when you're adding the ingredients in the slow cooker. I hope this helps! --Editor of RecipeLion


Sep 16, 2011

How do you layer 1 tbsp of butter? Melt it first?


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