The meal that gets you started in the morning doesn’t always have to be a rush. In fact, why not slow it down? These slow cooker breakfast recipes take their time, but are ready for you when you need them. From a set-it-the-night before oatmeal, to a cinnamon-raisin loaf (hello, toast!), here are seven ways to slow down for breakfast:
Challah bread is ideal for slow-cooked French toast because it’s sturdy enough to stand up to long cooking. We like the subtle sweetness of this dish but really love it served with lots of maple syrup. Get the recipe.