Make this easy slow cooker sausage and gravy biscuits is for breakfast, brunch, or even breakfast for dinner! It’s a simple crockpot biscuits recipe that the whole family will love!
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One of the best ways to start the day is with a delicious, hot breakfast. Unfortunately it’s also one of the most tedious since standing over the stove making everyone breakfast can be time consuming and tiresome in the morning.
This awesome Crockpot breakfast recipe will change all of that! My slow cooker sausage and gravy biscuits can be prepped in advance so you can heat them up on those busy mornings!
You can also make this recipe fresh for brunch on those lazy Saturday mornings when everyone is lounging around the house!
Is it difficult to make biscuits in the Crockpot?
No! Like most things, making these slow cooker sausage and gravy biscuits is easier thanks to the crockpot.
There’s only three ingredients in this delicious breakfast recipe as well, so it’s super simple to throw together from ingredients you can keep on hand easily.
What do I need to make slow cooker sausage and gravy biscuits?
We will only be using three simple ingredients to make this tasty breakfast or brunch recipe.
You’ll need refrigerator biscuits, the fun kind in the tube! These kinds of biscuits are so versatile…they’re great for monkey bread too if you don’t have cinnamon rolls on hand!
Also some ground breakfast sausage, this can totally be frozen and thawed out when you want to make the recipe. I keep some on hand just for occasions like this!
And finally, a can of cream of mushroom soup. You can also make your own cream of mushroom soup if you don’t love the canned variety!
How to make Crockpot biscuits and gravy:
Step 1: In a deep skillet, brown ground sausage. Drain and return to pan.
Step 2: Grease the bottom and sides of a slow cooker. Open one can of biscuits and lay the biscuits in the bottom of the slow cooker.
Step 3: Sprinkle half of sausage crumbles over biscuits. Spoon one can of cream of mushroom soup evenly over sausage. Again, feel free to use this homemade version…it will also be delicious!
Step 4: Repeat layers with remaining biscuits, sausage, and ending with cream of mushroom soup.
Step 5: Cover and cook on low for 4 hours. Refrigerate any leftovers.
Should I use a liner for this recipe?
I love using Crockpot liners. They’re so great for cleanup and with a recipe like this it’s even better!
If you don’t want to worry about the biscuits or the gravy burning to the sides of the slow cooker just use a liner. You’ll be super glad when it’s cleanup time and all you have to do is pitch out the used liner and put the Crockpot away!
Looking for other awesome breakfast recipes?
Slow cooker breakfast recipes are awesome. They’re easy to make, perfect for meal prep, and the whole family enjoys having a delicious breakfast to start the day.
Some of my favorites are here for you to try with your family as well. I love making monkey bread for a special weekend treat. For weekdays I try more things like a Crockpot breakfast casserole that has eggs, meat, and veggies. This one also reheats really well!
Oatmeal is great for breakfast, this slow cooker apple cinnamon oatmeal is even great for snacking. It’s easy and delicious.
- 16 oz ground breakfast sausage
- 2 7.5 oz cans refrigerated biscuits
- 2 10.75 oz cans cream of mushroom soup
- In a deep skillet, brown ground sausage. Drain and return to the pan.
- Grease the bottom and sides of a slow cooker. Open one can of biscuits and lay the biscuits in the bottom of the slow cooker.
- Sprinkle half of sausage crumbles over biscuits. Spoon one can of cream of mushroom soup evenly over sausage.
- Repeat layers with remaining biscuits, sausage, and ending with cream of mushroom soup.
- Cover and cook on low for 4 hours. Refrigerate any leftovers.
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Nutrition InformationYield 8 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 339Total Fat 23gSaturated Fat 7gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 15gCholesterol 50mgSodium 969mgCarbohydrates 19gFiber 1gSugar 2gProtein 13g
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