Woman comes up with amazing life hack for a Scottish fry-up

Fancy a Scottish brekkie? (Picture: Ara Haddon via @SlowCookerRecipeTips)

Let’s face it, fry-ups are stressful to make.

All that grease, the smells and trying to make sure everything is hot at the same time – it can get a little bit too intense.

One Scottish lady has come up with an ingenious breakfast life hack that will save everyone time in the kitchen.

Ara Haddon uploaded a photo of her breakfast, all made with the help of her slow cooker, to the Facebook group Slowcooker Recipe & Tips and people are loving it.

‘Been meaning to try it for ages,’ Ara wrote.

‘Verdict: Best. Idea. Ever!

‘This will be us every big breakfast morning.’

She included special instructions on how to speed up the process.

‘Place all breakfast ingredients in the slow cooker like in the photo,’ Ara wrote.

‘Bacon and sausages along the sides so they crisp up (next time I will try using baking paper to help keep them from sticking to the sides).

‘I turned the slow cooker on low at 11pm, I got up at 8am and it looked like it had been ready for a while. We ate at around 9am.’

The only part of cooking the meal that required effort was putting the toast in the toaster, and, of course, frying the eggs.

Ara’s post has since gone viral, after Facebook user Rose Bowler shared it her profile last week and wrote: ‘What an amazing idea someone has shared in the slow cooker group.’

Since then, Ara’s life hack has tallied up 27,000 shares and has been liked almost 9,000 times.

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