These savory breakfast roll-ups are so good you won’t be able to eat just one.
We are one of those families that are always on the go, especially around the holidays. I think all 3 of us are home a total of 14 days this month. Either the hubs is traveling or we’re traveling as a family. And while I love taking trips and visiting our loved ones this time of year, I always feel bad showing up empty handed. I much prefer to bring something to eat or drink that can easily be shared with everyone. Food is the way to my heart and I know I’m not alone when I say that.
I knew I needed to have something I could easily transport some goodies in this season. So when I saw the Rubbermaid Party Platter at Fred Meyer, I knew it would make the perfect platter to transport a few dishes I plan on making including appetizers, desserts and these easy to make savory breakfast roll-ups. Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, so I always try to have a special breakfast ready for my family on Christmas morning. I love how quick and easy it is to make these roll-ups so that I don’t interfere with family time on Christmas. Especially when traveling to visit family for the holidays, I always like to have something easy to take with us. My family likes variety for their Christmas morning breakfast, so these roll-ups pair perfectly with the sweet dishes I usually make as well. Plus, we need our energy for all the joy that emanates from a 4 year old that morning!
My daughter is a sausage lover, and always requests sausage as her special breakfast food. So I try to make sure we have sausage on hand for her special holiday breakfast requests.
Savory Breakfast Roll-Ups
- 1 can crescent dough
- 4 eggs scrambled
- 1 package breakfast sausage links cooked through
- 8 small slices of cheese
- 1 container fresh restaurant style salsa
- Preheat oven to temperature specified on crescent dough package.
- Roll out each individual crescent onto cookie sheet.
- Place slice of cheese, 2 tablespoons of scrambled egg and 1 sausage link at large end of dough.
- Roll up the dough and place all 8 rolled crescents on baking sheet.
- Bake 8-10 minutes, or until dough is cooked and golden brown.
- Dip in salsa and enjoy!
I love that the tray has a container for dips as well. I was able to use it for my favorite restaurant style salsa to dip the roll-ups in. My family loved the roll-ups and they were so easy to make. Simple and easy when you’re traveling is the only way to go.
Do you have a favorite recipe you like to bring to gatherings with family and friends?
I want this for breakfast right now!! Looks so easy and tasty! xo, Biana –BlovedBoston
THESE! We have these every morning on Christmas morning. It just wouldn’t be Christmas without them. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.
This looks delicious and easy! How did you make your recipe display on your blog? I like that format.
liz @ sundays with sophie
Mmm, I love anything with crescent rolls. These are perfect for holiday breakfasts!
These look great! 🙂
Breakfast is seriously one of my favorite foods. I love on the go easy grabs like this! Those look so good!
Yum! These look delicious! Thanks for the recipe!
Yum! I’m not a sausage fan, but this looks delicious! And it’s perfect for winter breakfasts!
I saw this floating around on pinterest… Clever idea! I much prefer savory over sweet in the morning. All that sugar leads to a stomach ache!
I love this idea! anything with little smokies and crescent roles are a holiday favorite for me! They look so easy too!
These look so yummy! Pinned!
I love that you made a savory breakfast idea to go along with all of the traditional sweet recipes that seem to crowd holiday tables! The party platter seems great for keeping things separated as you take them on the go. Nice! #client
Breakfast pigs in a blanket! They look and sound YUMMY!
Pinning to my Deliberate FOOD board.
Thanks for sharing!
What a great idea! I love the platter. It looks so protable and versitale. As I was looking at it I was thinking of all of its possibilities. Thank you so much for linking up/hosting at Shine Hop Blog.
There really is a lot you can do with it! I will definitely be using it often.
These breakfast role ups look so delicious! I’m am going to make these for our Christmas breakfast. Thanks so much!