These didn’t turn out to be the prettiest thing, but they did turn out tasty. You can probably do a better job at “handling” the crescent roll than I did. I was in a rush, but that’s no excuse. I just sucked at this one.
These tasty little things have sausage, bacon, ahhh bacon, scrambled eggs and shredded cheese. When I do them again, I will add more cheese for sure. You could also add onions, mushrooms, peppers, salsa, or some good ole veggies.
It tasted like one of our typical breakfasts all wrapped together. Our typical breakfast consists of sausage patties, bacon, eggs and biscuits. It tasted like I got a little bit of everything in one bite. Absolutely yummy.
And for the best part……You could make more than I did, then freeze them. Heat them up in the oven and have breakfast to go. Take your breakfast on the road with you. Perfect!
Do you have a typical breakfast that you make more often than others?
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Breakfast Crescents. Sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs and cheese inside a crescent.
Preheat oven to 375○. Spray/grease a cookie sheet.
Cook and drain/pat sausage and bacon.
Break up the bacon and sausage. I used one patty of sausage and 2 slices of bacon per crescent roll.
Using 2 crescent rolls triangles together, spread out and smooth the seam together the best you can.
Add shredded cheese (as much as you like) to one half of the crescent dough.
Add crumbled bacon and sausage on top of the cheese.
Add 1/4 of your scrambled eggs on top of the bacon and sausage.
Add some more cheese. Cuz cheese rocks!
Fold the crescent dough over to cover your ingredients.
Place on cookie sheet. I had to use a spatula and this step wasn't easy. I think next time, I may prepare these on the cookie sheet. If you come up with a better way, please share!
Repeat process until you've used all of your crescent rolls/mixture. You can see I did two of them as single rolls. Wasn't happy with the result, but they still stayed together.
Spray the top with butter. Bake for 13-15 minutes, or until the crescent dough is cooked through and a light brown.