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By Casey Barber

A casserole layering fluffy biscuits and saucy bits of tender pulled pork is the kind of home-cooked brunch you'd expect to spend all weekend preparing. But you can leave your weekend plans wide open — except for the 15 minutes it takes to assemble this breakfast casserole — and still get the same compliments and accolades as if you took hours baking it all.

Casey Barber

More slow-cooker magic: Make-ahead overnight oatmeal

This time-saving pairing of everyone's favorite pop-and-serve biscuits and already-ready pulled pork, along with your favorite BBQ sauce and a little bit of veggies and cheese for good measure, is destined for brunch menu greatness. Throw it in the slow cooker and you're good to go!

Try another make-ahead breakfast casserole that's perfect for brunch

Casey Barber is a freelance food writer, photographer, and recipe developer, the editor of the online magazine Good. Food. Stories, and the author of Pierogi Love: New Takes on an Old-World Comfort Food and Classic Snacks Made from Scratch: 70 Homemade Versions of Your Favorite Brand Name Treats.