bacon, egg & cheese roll

Another amazing meal this morning inspired by another fabulous Pinterest find!

Charles is loving all of the new meals this week – and its true what they say, the way to a man’s heart IS through is stomach!

Earlier in the week I found this great photo of a breakfast “ring” – eggs, cheese & meat all piled into crescent rolls which were folded up.

Genius, right?

You really can do so much with this little idea – add any meat, veggies, fun toppings – the sky is the limit to personalize this dish & make it your own.

I went the basic route today just to see how it would turn out:

5 eggs, a few strips of bacon & a healthy sprinkle of cheddar.

The only thing that proved to be a little difficult was wrapping the crescent rolls up over the eggs, bacon & cheese. I used a Trader Joe’s version of the rolls, not sure if using another brand would make the dish a little easier on the eye, but they got the job done & the end result was the same – just a little room for improvement in the presentation of the dish.

All in all it was a fun new way to enjoy our Saturday morning bacon & eggs.

Whats YOUR favorite way to make a classic breakfast a little more fun?

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  • Reply Patty O December 9, 2012 at 8:06 pm

    WOW – your meal looks amazing – well done!

  • Reply Marjorie Castro January 3, 2013 at 4:32 pm

    Are the eggs cooked ahead of time and folded into the mix as it bakes??
    We would love the recipe….

    • Reply Leslie January 4, 2013 at 10:10 am

      Marjorie – you do cook the eggs ahead of time, cook/prepare anything you want to include in the roll, fold it into the pastry & cook the pastry according to the directions on the box. Let me know if you have any other questions!

  • Reply Dominick Neidhardt April 20, 2013 at 7:54 pm

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