Monday, September 26, 2011

Breakfast Tarts

Saturday morning I wanted to make something yummy for breakfast for Rob and I. (Rob is training for the Columbus half...and ran 11 miles before I even got out of bed!) So I remembered I had a roll of crescent rolls and some other things that could potentially make a delicious breakfast and got to cooking...

I get so excited about opening these...totally forgot to take the picture before hearing its startling pop...but you get the idea....these are just regular crescent rolls....

I took off each piece and stuffed them into my muffin pan. I used a nonstick muffin pan and sprayed with nonstick spray before stuffing the triangle shaped crescent dough pieces into the holes and just moving it around to (as Tim Gunn would say) "make it work." I was a little worried about how this method would turn out, but it was totally fine..they didn't all look exactly the same but they tasted delicious and looked homemade :)
Anyway... I fried up some bacon (this was turkey bacon)
Whipped up 4 eggs and some half and half in my big measuring cup

Send Rob out in the rain to our "herb garden" to harvest some chives....
And got to stuffing  my tarts
I put in a little bacon, then poured in the egg mixture, topped with cheese, more bacon and a little chives...
Then baked at 375 for about 20 minutes...

I recommend putting a cookie sheet on the rack underneath the rack your muffin pan is on in case anything decides to go rogue on ya....

Look how pretty they turned out!
A little of all your favorite breakfast foods in one delicious little muffin.
 This is so ridiculously easy it's definitely a breakfast that will be repeated at our house :)

Happy Monday Everyone!

2 comments:

Nancy said...

so simple and tasty looking. would be great for a brunch too.

Anonymous said...

This looks delicious and so easy. I am going to make them. I promise to post my opinion on taste and appearance.

Love to cook,
Savannah, GA