September 21, 2010


Who doesn't love breakfast for dinner?  Since most of us are rushed in the morning, we very rarely get to actually sit down and eat breakfast.  So, I always enjoy my breakfast foods for dinner.  However, if you do have time to make these in the morning, they are very easy to eat on the go without a big mess.  
This recipe is very versatile, you can really fill the pockets with whatever you want, but I love the combination of eggs and Feta cheese. Yummy!  I make this dish when I want a quick meal.  All you have to do is scramble some eggs, shred some cheese and chop some ham, stuff them in a pocket and bake 10 minutes or so and they're done.  It doesn't get any easier.  
Breakfast Hot Pockets
From: Jenn@eatcakefordinner

1 can crescent rolls
deli ham, chopped
   or whatever meat desired
4 eggs, slightly beaten
salt and pepper
Cheddar cheese, shredded
Feta cheese

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  Scramble the eggs; season with salt and pepper.  Spray cookie sheet with cooking spray.  Lay out crescent rolls; combine two each to make a rectangle and press edges together to seal.  Layer each rectangle with scrambled eggs (one egg per pocket), chopped ham, Feta and Cheddar.  Don't skimp on the fillings, the dough will stretch.  Roll up each pocket, tucking in sides as you go, pinch end and sides together to seal.  Place on cookie sheet and cut a few slits on the top of each, for ventilation.  Bake about 10-12 minutes or until nice and golden brown.  Yield: 4 pockets.         


  1. Thanks for sharing your blog. We are excited to try some of your recipies. FINALLY! a blog worth spending time on! -Phil & Holli

  2. Advice: do you think these can these be frozen and reheated?
    If so, any idea how long to heat them?
    Looking for make-ahead healthy breakfast ideas.

    1. hmmm . . . good question. I have never frozen crescent rolls before, so I'm not sure how they would turn out, but I definitely think it's worth a try. Next time I make them, I will throw one in the freezer to see how it turns out. I do have a freezer breakfast sandwich recipe.


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