Lisa's StoryThis is one of my boys favorite breakfasts. It is one of my favorites because it is so easy to make!!
pillsbury crescent rolls
breakfast sausage (i use jimmy dean)
shredded cheddar cheese
1Crumble and brown sausage in skillet then drain on paper towels.
2Unroll crescent rolls and place in bottom and up sides of 9x13 casserole dish pinching to seal all perforations.
3Sprinkle cooked sausage over rolls. Beat eggs and milk and pour over sausage. Top with 2 cups of cheese.
4Bake according to crescent roll directions until cheese is melted and eggs are set in center.
5Cut into squares and serve immediately.
I serve with gravy made from the drippings from the sausage.
Karen Smith smilin - Nov 15, 2010
I do much the same thing only mine has shredded hash browns too.
PJ Davis pjsplayin - Nov 17, 2010
This really sounds quick and easy! I cant wait to try it. Only 2 of us living at home now..kids grown and gone, but I still look for things to feed a family or easy to reheat and serve next day! And good old drippings to make milk gravy..great idea!
Lisa Solomon lisagsolomon35 - Nov 17, 2010
It is good reheated the next day.
susan simons imbossmare - Nov 25, 2010
I'M looking for new dishes for my xmas brunch.. I may try to make this the day before so all i have to do is reheat it for brunch.
Sandi Faist sandif - Dec 15, 2010
I like this as it is simple and you don't have to keep in the refridegerator over night! Going to try it.