Breakfast Wreath

breakfast wreath4Breakfast Wreath

Ok, so when I first saw this on Pinterest, I knew I immediately had to make it for my Mother’s Day brunch. This wasn’t a typical, everyday, breakfast item and it turned out great!


  • 1 package of crescent rolls (8 in a pack)
  • Shredded colby and monterey jack cheese (a couple hand fulls)
  • 5 large eggs
  • sliced chicken sausage (I used roasted tomato and basil), the original recipe used bacon


  • Preheat oven according to the crescent roll directions on the package.
  • Scramble your 5 eggs (I added salt, pepper, and garlic) and cooking your sausage (or bacon) according to the package instructions.
  • Open the package of crescent rolls and separate the 8 slices. Lay them out on parchment paper in a star shape.
  • Add your sausage and layer with cheese. Then add your eggs and top with cheese.

breakfast wreath

  • Fold the tips (the ends) of the star up and over the filling, creating a wreath shape.

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  • Top the wreath with cheese.
  • Bake according to package instructions or until the crescent rolls are golden.

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Original recipe found on Bacon Time With the Hungry Hungry Hypo



3 responses to “Breakfast Wreath

  1. What a great idea! Option: egg-wash the pastry dough (and then cover with cheese if you like) before you put it in the oven. It will bake to light brown/golden shine. I am going to make this, Kait! đŸ˜€ Fae.

    • Oh great, let me know how it turns out! I topped the pastry dough with cheese, but didn’t think to add some egg wash. Great suggestion, I will try that some time!

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