Breakfast Roll

Over Christmas break my mom made this breakfast roll for my family & I.

I’m really not sure where she got the idea but I can tell you it’s super tasty!! 

It kind of reminds me of a breakfast sandwich you would get at McDonald’s only 10 times better.

My 9 year old constantly asks me to make this for her. So you know it’s good when your child

would rather have this than a bowl of sugary cereal. 😉

This is what the roll will look like after baking.

Ingredients

4 eggs

1 egg white

1 roll spicy sausage

Colby Jack cheese (slices)

1 can Pillsbury big & flaky crescent rolls (has to be the can with 50% bigger)

Crumble sausage in the pan & cook until brown on medium heat. Drain.

While waiting for sausage to brown, place crescent rolls on a greased cookie sheet.

Do NOT pull rolls apart. You should have one long sheet instead of a bunch of individual rolls.

Pinch seams together.

Start lining the center of the roll with the Colby Jack cheese leaving

about an inch at the top & bottom of the roll.

Place all 4 eggs (scrambled) in a clean pan. Cook until eggs are no longer runny.

Place sausage on top of the cheese & egg on top of the sausage.

Pull each side of the dough over top the filling & pinch seam together.

Brush egg white over the top of the dough. This will give the roll a pretty golden color.

Bake as directed on crescent roll package.

Inside look!

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