Hey All! Happy Thursday to ya! Do you have a house full of picky eaters like us?! Hub and I hate tomatoes. I hate onions. He hates ranch. I hate super spicy stuff. He hates sugary things. Seriously?! How do I have this blog and make all my sweet stuff and not have someone to help me eat it all!? Good thing I teach Zumba :)
So today I have an easy breakfast recipe that can satisfy every person in your family. I got this idea Sunday morning when Hub was dying for some bacon and I wanted sausage and bacon. I opened the fridge, looked around and saw my inspiration. Crescent Sheets. I love these things. And I love what I made with them! These are individualized Breakfast Crescent Roll Ups:
These were absolutely delicious! And the best part was Hub got his bacon loaded, hot sauce filled roll up and I got mine exactly how I wanted it, too! Win Win!
First, roll out a crescent sheet:
Lay your cheese on top. I used sliced cheese instead of shredded because I knew it'd stay in the wrap easier:
Then add the eggs:
These roll ups make it so easy to give everyone what they want. Hub likes his eggs scrambled ahead of time with hot sauce, salt and pepper. I like mine cracked in the pan with a pinch of dill and garlic powder.
Then top with your meat and/or veggies:
Roll up the crescent roll as tight as you can:
Slice and place on a baking sheet:
Bake em up and devour!
Crescent roll sheets (one tube feeds 2-4 people)
Favorite cheese slices
Seasonings you love
Roll out your crescent sheet and cut it in half width wise. Grease a large baking sheet and pre heat the oven to 375 degrees.
Cook your breakfast meat of choice and let cool while you cook the eggs. I would suggest scrambling your eggs, but feel free to try another way.
While your eggs are cooking, lay your favorite cheese slices onto your crescent sheet. Add whatever seasonings you like to your eggs.
Add your eggs on top of the cheese and let the eggs cool for about a minute. While they cool, cut up your meat. This makes the roll easier to slice.
Add the cooled meat to the cooled eggs and top with any veggies you want.
Roll up the crescent sheet as tight as you can without tearing it. This is why you let the eggs and meat cool. If they were still piping hot they would rip the sheet.
Slice into 5-6 pieces and lay open side up on a baking sheet. Cook for about 11-13 minutes or until they are golden brown. Remove and enjoy!!
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