Are you looking for the perfect crock pot recipe for a busy holiday morning or the everyday? THIS. This Crock Pot Cinnamon Roll French Toast is one of my all time favorite breakfast (and dessert) recipes!
Cris here. I am head over heels about this recipe. I took one of my favorite ways to dress up some cinnamon rolls in the oven and converted it to a crock pot recipe that I adore. About a year ago I shared with you our very popular Crock Pot Cinnamon Roll Casserole… but I have a big confession… This recipe–the Crock Pot Cinnamon Roll French Toast recipe —not the uber-popular one— is what I will be making my family this holiday season (and all other times I can get away with dessert for breakfast 😉 ).
I think I may like this recipe even better than the oven version– I definitely like to have the slow cooker option that is for sure!
Crock Pot Cinnamon Roll French Toast Notes
- I used my favorite non-stick 6 qt Crock Pot for this dish and it worked perfectly. If you have a ceramic crock, you may want to use a slow cooker liner because things could get a bit sticky.
- I used non-fat PLAIN Greek Yogurt. Do not use flavored Greek Yogurt. If you need to substitute something, use Sour Cream as a substitute.
- This would likely do well in the Casserole Crock Pot, but I have not tried it, so you will need to watch it closely the first time you try it in that unit and adjust time as needed. (I will update once I try it in my Casserole Crock.)
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!!
- ¾ Cup Chopped Pecans
- ⅔ Cup Brown Sugar- Packed
- ½ Cup Butter- Melted
- ½ Cup Non-Fat PLAIN Greek Yogurt
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 2 12 oz Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls- quartered
- Combine all ingredients -except cinnamon rolls- in a large bowl.
- Quarter cinnamon rolls and toss in mixture. (Reserve icing packets).
- Spray slow cooker with non-stick spray.
- Pour mixture into 6 qt slow cooker and cover with lid.
- Cook on low for 2½ to 3 hours until sides are golden brown and rolls are set.
- Drizzle icing packets on top and serve
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