January 16, 2017

Breakfast Kolaches

I am a HUGE breakfast person.  I cannot start my day unless I have had something to eat for breakfast.  Sometimes it might just be a piece of wheat toast or a bowl of oatmeal, but my ultimate breakfast is something with eggs and meat.  So, I guess you could say these Breakfast Kolaches are one of my ultimate breakfast dishes, because they are stuffed with eggs, cheese and THREE different kinds of meat.

Imagine a soft and buttery roll stuffed with eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, cheese and a little green onion.  These pillowy puffs of yumminess will satisfy your hunger and will help you start your day energized and ready to go.

You can always cook the sausage and bacon the night before and then in the morning all you have to do is cook the eggs, stuff the rolls and bake.  Super easy.  They are perfect to grab and go.  No plate or utensils are needed.

Let me show you how easy these are to make . . .
First, get your ingredients ready.  You will need 6 thawed Rhodes Dinner Rolls, eggs, cooked sausage, bacon and ham, salt, pepper, grated Cheddar cheese, a little chopped green onion and some butter.
Spray your counter lightly with cooking spray and press each thawed roll into a 5-6 inch circle.  Cover with plastic wrap while you prepare the filling.
Scramble together the eggs, meats, onion and cheese until moist, but not runny.  Season with salt and pepper, to taste.  Cool slightly.  You don't want to add hot filling to your roll dough.  
After filling has cooled slightly, remove plastic wrap from dough circles and place about 1/3 cup of filling on top of each one.  
Brush edge of circles with a little water to help seal.  Then, pull one side of dough over filling and then the opposite side over and press to seal.  
Then, fold one end over and then the last one.  Pinch together to help seal.  Place seam-side down on greased baking sheet.  Bake in preheated oven until golden brown.  Remove from oven and brush with melted butter.  Serve.  

I am sharing this delicious breakfast recipe over at the Rhodes Blog today.  Click HERE to get this fabulous RECIPE.

This post was sponsored by Rhodes Bread and the recipe was provided to me by Rhodes Bread.  All opinions are my own and I have always been a fan of Rhodes Rolls.  Thanks for allowing me to work with the brands that I love. 





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4 comments:

  1. Could you make these and then freeze them?

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    1. Funny you ask, because I was just talking about that today with someone else. It might work if you freeze them after they're baked, but I've never tried freezing them. I do have a different freezer breakfast sandwich recipe and the eggs and everything still tastes great after frozen. I think it's worth a try.

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  2. I'm on day 27 of a whole30 but I can assure you these are on my list for trying in a couple of weeks! Perfect for my family and s change from our typical breakfast burritos.

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