Saturday, August 25, 2012

Breakfast Crescent Ring

I decided to make Joel something yummy for breakfast on Saturday, so I decided to try out a new recipe I found on Pinterest. I started with this recipe for a Bacon, Egg and Cheese Ring posted on The Kitchen Life of Navy Wife. I decided to make a few changes to use items already in our fridge and to try out a new vegetarian sausage.

The Odell's Breakfast Crescent Ring (Everything you love about breakfast, in one bite!)

1 can crescent rolls
5 large eggs
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 cup shredded Parmesan cheese
6 Morning Star Sausage patties
1 package simply potatoes shredded potatoes
1 package country gravy

Heat the oven to 375* degrees. Scramble eggs on the stove top. Start to cook the hash browns and the sausage patties according to package directions. Layout the crescents on a parchment lined pizza pan in a star formation (the longer sides of each crescent on the inside with the pointed ends pointing out).

Layer the ingredients in any order you prefer. I started with the cooked hash browns on the bottom, then a bit of cheese, then the sausage patties, then a bit more cheese, then the eggs, and then the rest of the cheese.

Fold the pointed tips of each crescent over the filling and join in the center of the ring. Press all the points in the center down to seal them together.

Place in the oven and bake for 15-17 minutes, or until golden brown. While the ring is baking prepare the country gravy according to package directions. Slice in between each crescent to make eight individual pieces. Top each slice with a spoonful of the country gravy.

Here is how to lay out the crescent triangles. It was a bit tricky to figure this step out.

I have layered my potatoes, cheese, and sausage. Up next is egg and more cheese.

Now I am wrapping up the ring, making sure to cover most of the inside ingredients.

All wrapped and ready to bake!

It came out of the oven smelling so, so good! I couldn't wait to dig in!
Joel loved this new breakfast and spent of his meal thinking of new combinations he could create. A Mexican themed roll, a Mediterranean style roll, and the list went on and on... This would be great for large group breakfasts like Christmas or after a Bellingham Crew ReUnion Night. This is recipe we will be keeping around!

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