- 1 can Pillsbury™ Crescent Recipe Creations® refrigerated seamless dough sheet (Flake Pillsbury Crescent Rolls)
- 7 eggs
- 12 slices bacon (cooked and cut into thirds)
- 1 cup cheddar cheese (divided)
- 1/2 cup milk
|Calories220Calories from Fat170|
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|Calories from Fat170|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Helena Duty 11 days ago
I love these, it’s too much dough though.
Velez 27 days ago
This is the 2nd time i made it for breakfast it is a hit with my family
Edita S 8 Jan
Came out great! I wound up with bacon roses in the center of mine because I had too much for just the sides but who can really complain about that?
Thorn 2 Jan
love it yes made it twice delicious
Kat 21 Aug 2018
These bites were super tasty and easy - a few adjustments, I didn’t bother adding the milk to the eggs, only needed 7 slices of bacon and added chopped green onion to the eggs. I also suggest putting something under your muffin tin as the egg tends to bubble up and spill over. The crescent dough adds a nice sweetness. Will be making these again with different additions!
Amy Ulrich 4 Jul 2018
Delicious!! Cooked the bacon the day before. Super easy and quick recipe.
Gloretha 21 Jun 2018
It turned out beautiful. But put me in mine of a meatloaf needing more seasoning but it great potential.
Lindsay Wilmore 9 Jun 2018
awesome, kids loved.
carly 22 Apr 2018
these are amazing! Super easy t0 make. If you use larger muffin sized baking pans I would definitely get two crescent rolls.
Corinna W. 21 Oct 2017
These are great- and easy! I used large eggs, so I only put in 5 my muffin tins aren’t overly large.
Sheila D. 4 Sep 2017
Great! I used muffin liners and they were easy to remove. I also used sausage instead of bacon and my kids loved them.
Kimberly Davis 20 Feb 2017
Very blah. The crescents did nothing with the egg. A quiche is probably a better way to go. Did not modify. Not a yummy recipe