Breakfast Bar

I try to make life easy for myself in the mornings by setting up breakfast bars. Everything is in one location for easy prep and go. In addition to this I make breakfasts that don’t require alot of work. Try the recipe below for crockpot grits.

Stephanie’s Overnight Grits Crock-pot Recipe

1 cup of Grits

5 cups of water

2 teaspoons of salt

2 teaspoons of butter of margerine

Add all ingredients to the crockpot. Cover and cook on high for 6 hours.


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  2. Ann Kroeker says

    Mmmm….I’m on my way to this idea. I think I just need to formalize it like you have.

    I’ve been making steel cut oatmeal in my crockpot, and to save on cleaning the crock, I set another bowl inside and add water to the crock. It works as a double-boiler (or “bain-marie”) and cooks them perfectly without any mess.

    Someone reported that this double-boiler method works great for grits, too, in case you want to try it.

    I’m going to. I made oatmeal this morning.

    Tomorrow, thanks to your inspiration: grits. (We have guests, so I’ll be like a bed-n-breakfast when I set up the breakfast bar!)


  3. Lawanda says

    Did I already tell you I love your new look?! It is GORGEOUS!!!

    We usually have easy breakfasts. But occasionally Kevin likes for me to cook a big breakfast 🙂


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