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The first week of school is behind us, and so is a cupboard full of cereal. I use to be a morning person, and I love breakfast, but our mornings are a rush with 3 of the kids now in school, and me staying up wicked late to get work done. I’ve been trying to find something that’s quick, easy, and can be made the night before and I found a winner! These Sausage and Egg puffs are great for a lazy morning, or can be made and frozen ahead of time to be warmed up in the morning. Plus they’re just delicious!
Anything is better in the morning than cereal – at least I think so. Something a bit more hearty, that can fill me up fast without having to eat a ton. I was a little unsure at first if these would fit that requirement for me, but after 2 puffs I was perfectly satisified. The kids all stopped at just one.
As every good New Englander knows, breakfast is just better when accompanied with maple syrup. I was excited to see that Johnsonville had a Vermont Maple Syrup breakfast sausage, and of course couldn’t leave the store without it. I couldn’t stop there though. After the mini beauties came out of the oven, I couldn’t resist pouring a little more syrup over the top. The crescent rolls soaked up the syrup so every single bite was filled with the delicious flavor from either the sausage or the actual syrup.
Sausage and Egg Puffs
Serve a quick and delicious breakfast with these Sausage and Egg Puffs
- 4 Johnsonville Vermont Maple Syrup breakfast sausage links
- 2 eggs
- 2 TBS green onions
- 3 TBS Swiss Cheese, chopped
- 1 pkg crescent rolls dough
- Maple Syrup
- Chop sausage links into medallions. Cook in a frying pan over medium heat.
- Add eggs, and scramble. Set aside.
- Lay crescent rolls over a mini muffin tin, with the thicker side mostly in the pan.
- Fill each dough with egg mix, onions, and cheese.
- Pull thick end of dough over the top, and wrap the skinny end around the edge.
- Bake at 350 F for 10-11 minutes
- Let cool for a minute. Dip in Maple syrup, or enjoy on the go.
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