Make a breakfast wreath filled with scrambled eggs bacon and cheese.
Do you love to make a festive breakfast for Christmas? I love making something special for breakfast on holidays and birthdays. We usually have something sweet, like German Pancakes, so it’s nice to have a savory dish as well. This bacon egg and cheese breakfast wreath is so easy and most of it can be made a day ahead so you can enjoy more time with your family on Christmas morning.
The recipe and directions are super simple. You’ll need precooked bacon for this. It’s up to you if you’d like to buy precooked bacon at the store or just cook a bunch of bacon ahead of time. I recently made a bunch of bacon and then froze it. If you pack it flat in between two cardboard pieces of an empty cereal box and paper towels inside a gallon sized ziplock bag, you can freeze full pieces of bacon…plus no one will eat it, because they won’t know there’s bacon inside!
Make a pull apart breakfast wreath filled with scrambled eggs, bacon and cheese.
- 8 oz. can of crescent roll dough
- 8 pieces bacon precooked
- 6 eggs cooked and scrambled
- 2 cups cheddar cheese grated
- 1/2 cup cream or milk
- cherry tomatoes
- a few sprigs of cilantro *optional garnish
Preheat oven to 375.
Precook your bacon before you begin.
Mix together the eggs with the milk for fluffy scrambled eggs. Cook eggs over medium heat and scramble as you go. Set the eggs aside.
Open the can of crescent roll dough and place each triangle of dough in a circle shape with the wide side towards the center on a parchment lined pan.
Place a piece of bacon on top of each triangle of dough. Sprinkle the inner circle of the dough with half the grated cheese. Next, place a chunk of scrambled egg on top of each triangle, and sprinkle each one with more cheese. Pull each triangle point of dough over the egg and tuck under the inside of the breakfast wreath.
Bake as directed on the can of dough: 11-13 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool.
Garnish with three cherry tomatoes and a sprig of cilantro...to look like holly berries. Enjoy!
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You’ll have to try it! It’s a great addition to your Christmas morning spread.