If you're looking for crescent roll breakfast recipes, these Easy Crescent Roll Egg Cups are perfect for breakfast or brunch using your favorite meat, cheese and vegetable. When it comes to croissant egg cups, you'll want to keep this one handy.
Crescent Roll Breakfast Cups
I made these the other day and just had to post. Crescent roll egg recipes are so yummy and this breakfast using crescent rolls is perfect for those mornings when you want something delicious!
Honestly, crescent roll breakfast recipes are great for breakfast, brunch, lunch or even dinner. I can't be the only one who LOVES having breakfast for dinner, can I?
The beauty of this croissant egg cups recipe is really how versatile it is.
There is also a lot of fun to be had making these amazing crescent breakfast muffins. My son and I used to have a blast creating an entire pan of different breakfast crescent rolls.
Crescent Roll Egg Cups
The first thing you have to do is decide on your favorite meat!
Cooked and chopped bacon, sausage or ham?
Whatever you like the best or whatever you have on hand will work great.
All cooked vegetables work as well in crescent roll breakfast recipes. Again, use whatever vegetables you want or need to. They all work beautifully together!
I have made these easy crescent roll breakfast muffins with only eggs and cheese and they still turned out beautifully. When I say you can use anything, I mean it. Anything you would consider putting in your eggs will work in these fabulous croissant egg cups. You are only limited by your imagination!
Breakfast Using Crescent Rolls
Ingredients in Crescent Roll Breakfast Recipes
- Crescent roll dough (grands or regular)
- Sausage or bacon or both!
- Shredded cheese such as Swiss, Monterey jack or cheddar cheese.
- Salt and pepper
- Green onions
- Cooking spray
How to Make Crescent Egg Cups
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Prepare a muffin pan with 12 holes with cooking spray. Set aside.
On your work surface, roll out your grand or regular crescent dough.
Make sure all of the seams are all gone. There should just be one large piece of dough.
Slice into 12 squares. Either 6 x 2 for grands and 4 x 3 for regular.
Place each square into each muffin hole.
Next, place some cooked sausage or bacon on top of each square inside each muffin cup.
Add a pinch of onions, peppers (if using) and cheese on top of your sausage or bacon.
In a medium-sized bowl, combine eggs and milk with a whisk. Pour egg mixture into each muffin cup until it is ⅔ full.
Sprinkle more cheese on top and bake for 16 to 18 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.
Serve warm and enjoy!
To make individual mini crescent roll breakfast casserole bites you can prepare different combinations of ingredients making them perfect for larger groups of people with varied tastes!
When you roll out the dough on your work surface make sure to pinch all the seams together well so that it looks like one piece of dough.
Serve these crescent breakfast rolls warm or room temperature, but really these are best served warm!
Other Crescent Roll Breakfast Recipes to Try
I love crescent roll breakfast recipes like this one, especially when my son was young. He loved cooking with me. I would prepare all of the ingredients he had to choose from and he would be able to make his own and then watch it bake in the oven!
If you like this mini crescent roll egg bake recipe, I think you will love these recipes that we make regularly that are perfect for breakfast, brunch or even dinner!
If you prefer something sweeter to start or end your day you have to check out our french toast and pancake recipes below.
Additional Delicious Breakfast and Brunch Ideas
These easy crescent breakfast muffins always look and taste good! We love them so much we made a video so you can see them made for yourself.
Croissant Egg Cups Video
Easy Crescent Roll Egg Cups
- 1 can crescent rolls grands or regular
- 6 large eggs
- ⅓ cup milk
- ½ pound maple breakfast sausage or bacon, chopped, cooked
- 1 cup shredded cheese any type
- ¼ cup onions diced, about ½ an onion
- ¼ cup bell peppers optional, any color, diced
- ¼ teaspoon salt to taste
- ½ teaspoon pepper to taste
- cooking spray
- green onions, thinly sliced for serving, if desired
- Get out and measure your ingredients.
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Prepare a muffin pan with 12 holes with cooking spray. Set aside.
- On your work surface roll out your grand or regular crescent dough. Make sure all of the seams are all gone. There should just be one large piece of dough.
- Slice into 12 squares. Either 6 x 2 for grands and 4 x 3 for regular.
- Place each square into each muffin hole.
- Next, place some cooked sausage or bacon on top of each square inside each muffin cup.
- Add a pinch of onions and peppers (if using).
- Add some cheese on top.
- In a medium sized bowl combine eggs and milk with a whisk.
- Pour egg mixture into each muffin cup until it is ⅔ full. Sprinkle more cheese on top.
- Bake for 16-18 minutes or a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.
- Serve warm!
- Every bite!