Cream Cheese, Bacon, Egg & Veggie Ring and Weekend Potluck #8

  We love Saturdays at home! It means we get to make a big breakfast and enjoy it all as a family.  I am always trying new egg bakes and breakfast cakes, or Dale makes his famous cheesy scrambled eggs and pancakes.

  This particular Saturday, I had 2 rolls of crescents that were screaming, “Make me for breakfast!”  I hate that there is no Wheat version of these by the way. (Pillsbury, are you listening? I would be such a happy camper if you came out with whole wheat versions of everything you make, thankyouverymuch!)

   So, I have seen these “Wreath” recipes forever from Pampered Chef!  I am not claiming it as something new, but what I will tell you, is that I added something in that made it SO SO SO yummy!

  You know cream cheese is my weakness by now, right?? :) And I just so happened to have 4 oz. of Cream cheese leftover from the other breakfast dish I made.  I also just so happened to have some veggies that needed to be used, so I made up this bacon, veggie cream cheese mixture to put inside the breakfast ring.

    Not to pat myself on the back or anything, but it made it SO SO GOOD! 

{pats self on back just a teeny-tiny bit}

Cream Cheese, Bacon, Egg & Veggie Ring

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Cream Cheese Bacon Egg & Veggie Ring

Ingredients

  • 1 can Refrigerated Crescent Roll Dough, 8 Ounce Can, Set Out 20 Minutes Before Starting
  • 4 ounces, weight Cream Cheese, softened
  • 4 Tablespoons Chopped Veggies (you Know, The Ones Lurking In Your Veggie Drawer) I Had Green Onions & Red Pepper To Use Up.
  • ½ package (3 Oz Size) Real Bacon Bits
  • 6 whole Large Eggs
  • 1 cup Shredded Colby-jack Cheese

Set out the crescent roll dough 20 minutes before starting.

During this time you can soften cream cheese and chop veggies. Put the cream cheese and veggies into a medium-sized bowl. Stir these together and add bacon bits.

Beat the eggs in a bowl. Heat a skillet over medium heat and add eggs. Scramble your eggs until they reach your desired firmness then remove from heat and set aside.

Lay out the crescent roll triangles on a baking sheet. You want to form them into a circle (see upper left photo). Use a rolling-pin to seal the seams and create a wide area to layer other ingredients. Layer the cream cheese mixture, then scrambled eggs, then cheese on to the wide area of each triangle.

Pull each triangle tip up and over the wide part and tuck ends under. This will form a “wreath”. Bake at 375 F for 20 minutes or until golden brown.

Serve with fresh tomatoes if you have them.

Enjoy, its incredible!

  Sooooo, funny story, I was photographing the finished product, when I heard a noise, and glanced to my left:

 I had company!

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  Silly chickens, this is not for you! 

I turned back just in time to see two thievers eye-balling the breakfast I was photographing!

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And…..

BAM! BAM!  At the exact same moment, like they counted to 3, they both dove for a bite.  

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Silly girls! Egg bake is not for you to enjoy! That’s like caniballism or something!

  With the other half of your Cream cheese, make these Strawberry Cream Cheese Croissants by Rumbly In My Tumbly, whom I found on pinterest.

YUM!

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12 thoughts on “Cream Cheese, Bacon, Egg & Veggie Ring and Weekend Potluck #8

  1. I never thought to make a breakfast wreath with scrambled eggs…awesome idea:-) Ok, your cannibal chickens are hilarious!!!! The things we go through to get good shots:-) Thank you for hosting the party!!!

  2. Thanks for hosting another fun party. I love ANYTHING with crescent rolls and cream cheese. Your dish looks fantastic…gotta be good if the chickens are eating it too. You’re so cute! =) I linked up a couple favorite dishes – sure do love Weekend Potluck!

    • Ooo, we LOVE our girls! (chickens) I think you should totally go for it, WITH hubby’s approval of course. :) Can’t be fresh free range eggs! I love looking out my window and seeing our chickens out scratching in the yard.

  3. This “wreath” looks perfect for an Easter Brunch! Thanks for hosting this fun event. I posted a couple of dishes.

    Love the pic, with the chickens:)

    Have a great weekend!

  4. Crescent rolls and Cream Cheese are you kidding me!!
    Amazing !!!
    Love the Chickens LOL..Glad you got the photos!
    Enjoy your weekend with your beautiful family!

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