Saturday, May 5, 2012

Sausage Brunch Bake

I have to thank Jimmy Dean's website for this one, though I modified it quite a bit. The whole family loves this and anxiously awaits the "Coming out of the oven" I did have to torture them a bit this time and make them wait while I took photos. * Insert evil laugh*

2 packages crescent rolls
2 Tablespoons butter, divided. Melt one tablespoon.
2 rolls ( 1 lb each) breakfast sausage
1 vidalia onion, chopped fine
12 eggs, scrambled
3/4 cup milk
1 teaspoon dill
salt and pepper
2 cups shredded cheese ( I like a mixture of Cabot Seriously Sharp cheddar and Monterey jack)
Preheat oven to 425. Butter pan with 1 Tablespoon of the butter.
Brown sausage and onion in large skillet.
Grease a 15 x 10 pan with the tablespoon of butter. Break open crescent rolls and roll out. Press into bottom and up sides of pan, making sure there are no holes. Baste with melted butter.
Pour sausage mixture evenly onto crescent roll dough.
Mix milk, dill, salt, pepper together and pour over sausage mixture, sprinkle with cheese.
Bake for approx. 30 minutes till crust is golden brown and eggs are no longer jiggly.


10 comments:

startingoveringermany said...

First of all, love your banner of your blog. As usual you have me foaming at the mouth wanting a plate.

Your sausage brunch looks so delicious and I love the decoration.

Linda said...

Hi Kim, are crescent rolls the same as croissants?(,looks yum)..I pinned something similar to this yesterday..mmm

Kim said...

I am sure if you made croissant dough yourself it would be 10 times better.! We have these shortcut easy peasy stuff here in the US.

Veronica Miller said...

I would KILL for some of this right now, woman. It looks so good. Comfort breakfast food!!

My Italian Smörgåsbord said...

look and sounds amazing!
and with all those eggs, I am sure I will love it! now I just have to convince Larry that is calorie-friendly (lol).
ps: you just won a prize :) go to my blog to pick it.

unoscoiattoloindispensa said...

I'd love a slice of this savoury bake, it looks yummy! And I adore the look of your blog, colourful and quirky!

Sharon said...
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Sharon said...

So I am dying to make this...I would either have to freeze half or halve the recipe...which do you think would be better?

Kim said...

It will be fine halved Sharon. I thought I put that in the blog, oops.. guess not ;)

Kim said...

Hmm. I would half it first? Then next time you make it, make enough to freeze?

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