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Breakfast Pillsbury Crescent Rolls

March 26, 2020 2 Comments

These Pillsbury breakfast crescent rolls are a huge crowd pleaser and super easy to do!

Breakfast Pillsbury Crescent Rolls

From the recipe collection of Al Dente Diva

My family just loves breakfast time. I think it would be safe to say that it’s their favorite meal of the day. Probably because there’s always bacon involved , I’m sure!

These breakfast Pillsbury crescent rolls have become a big favorite around here. That’s great news for me because they’re so easy to make.

I try to keep Pillsbury Crescent rolls on hand at all times. They’re so versatile for so many things and last a while in the fridge.

They especially come in handy during breakfast time on the weekends. That’s when the whole family is around to eat together. I can pop these things in the oven for a few minutes and they’re all done at the same time.

It’s so nice to all sit down and eat a nice hot breakfast together.


  • Pillsbury crescent rolls can
  • American Cheese Slices
  • Cooked Eggs
  • Cooked Bacon
  • (Ketchup optional)

Video Instructions:

Above is my YouTube recipe but I have this posted to Instagram, Facebook and Tik Tok also. You can find this along with more recipes there, too.

Crescent Rolls Variation

I’d just like to point out that these would be amazing using a bunch of different ingredients! Get creative and add what you like. There are no real rules for this one so swap anything you want,

Some great examples would be using sausage, ham, sautéed vegetables any any kind of cheese you’d like.

Breakfast Ideas:

If you like breakfast as much as my family does you might really like these recipes too. Please check them out if you’re interested.

Thank you so much for visiting me! I hope you liked this one.

Al Dente Diva💜

Al Dente Diva

Hello there! My name is T & I’m a home cook from New Jersey. I love to share easy to make recipes, cooking tips & kitchen hacks with people who love to cook like I do. My recipes are all easy to follow & use ingredients most people are familiar with. Being a busy stay at home mother of two, I have to cook delicious budget friendly meals that are fast to make. I hope you find something helpful here. Thanks for coming by.

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  • KnRsDad March 27, 2020 at 1:46 pm

    These look great. What do you think about slightly under cooking the egg so that it finishes in the oven?

    • Al Dente Diva March 27, 2020 at 3:26 pm

      Heyyy I made this for the kids so I didn’t want to take any chances with the egg not cooking through. I’m suuuure it would be fine though!

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