Garlic Bread, Bacon & Egg Delight

Submitted by Tina Tyler

Garlic Bread, Bacon and Egg Delight

5 from 1 vote
Serving: 4
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 5 minutes


  • 8-12 Eggs
  • 1/2 cup of milk
  • Pre packaged garlic bread or bread stick sliced buttered with garlic butter
  • 700grams Bacon
  • 2 Cups of Grated Cheese
  • Herbs to taste
  • Baking Paper


  • Line Slow Cooker with baking paper
  • Then line the pre cut garlic bread butter down over the base and sides.
  • Layer chopped bacon over garlic bread base.
  • Mix Eggs, herbs and milk until frothy.
  • Pour over bacon
  • Top with more bacon
  • Sprinkle grated cheese
  • Sprinkle herbs
  • Place tea towel Under lid.
  • Cook on HIGH 2-3hrs
  • Photo courtesy of Tanya Naughton

19 thoughts on “Garlic Bread, Bacon & Egg Delight”

  1. Quick, cheap and simple recipe! Perfect for 6lt slow cooker bowl, I added some diced onion and salt & pepper. Absolutely yummy! Thanks for the recipe Tanya Naughton 🙂

  2. This was a hit. I added garlic & sliced shallots to mine. Super cheap to make & very filling. We got 2 meals worth for 4 people out of it.

  3. Made this tonight after seeing Paulene post it on the group page ….. absolutely ecstatic how tasty & delicious it was. so easy with a 5 min quick prep & only 2 hours cooking time.
    I added some spring onions & also had to sprinkle Parmesan cheese on top as I didn’t have any other cheese to grate Lol
    I forgot about the tea towel under the lid trick so I just popped it into my ‘bench oven’ for 5-10 mins to brown n crisp up! Add a small salad & you’ve got a wonderful meal
    Definitely a winner Yummo!

  4. I’m not sure if I did something wrong but mine was very stodgy (perhaps overcooked or eggs not beaten enough?). I only had diced bacon from the deli and it definitely didn’t give it the same depth of flavour that smokey bacon would.

  5. 5 stars
    Simple to make – smells divine – tastes even better.
    Brilliant idea for brunch or lazy weekend lunch or a more filling starter for a crowd/group.

    My SC runs a little hotter so it was ready in an hour and a half.

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