Pick up a few cans of crescent rolls to make this Egg & Veggie Skillet Meal. Easy breakfast, brunch, lunch or snack.
How to make an egg and veggie skillet crescent meal
Start by mixing your choice of vegetables (mushrooms, spinach, graded carrots all work well)…
Mix eggs, onions, and tomatoes for another combination. Then add eggs:
Stuff into the crescent rolls and pop in the oven. Make yummy breakfast crescents like these:
Easy Crescent Meal Ideas
- Egg & Veggie Crescents Jump to Recipe
- Chicken salad croissants (good with shredded chicken, chopped onion, and shredded cheese)
- Chicken pockets (make with canned chicken or shredded boiled chicken)
- Pigs in a blanket (with Little Smokies)
- Pepperonie Pizza Crescents by pattycakespantry.com
The egg and veggie skillet crescent meal is simple to make. Here is the recipe:
Egg & Veggie Crescents
Crescent rolls filled with eggs and veggies
- 1 Can Crescent rolls
- 1/2 Sweet onion
- 1/2 Carton Sliced mushrooms
- 3 Handfuls Organic spinach leaves
- 2 tbsp Butter
- 4 Eggs
- 2 Tbsp Heavy whipping cream
- 1 Cup Queso Quesadilla cheese, grated
Bake the crescent rolls according to the package directions, about 10-12 minutes.
Chop the onions and mushrooms in small chunks.
Add the onions, mushrooms, and three handfuls of spinach into an iron skillet with the butter.
Cook until the onions look translucent and the other veggies are tender.
Beat the eggs.
Mix the cream with the eggs.
Add the egg mixture with the veggies and stir.
When the eggs have been softly scrambled and are done, turn the burner off.
Mix the cheese into the egg and veggie mixture.
Put a spoonful of the egg and veggie mixture into the crescent rolls, or butter the rolls and serve along with the egg and cheese mixture.
Stuff Kid-Friendly Crescent Rolls for a Meal
Crescent rolls are kid-friendly. Stay-at-home moms and dads, running out of easy meals? Put an apron on the kids, and let them stuff crescent rolls with their favorite foods. Children who love to help their parents or grandparents cook would jump up and down at a chance to be the chef for a meal.
Look in your fridge for vegetables, lunchmeats, and cheeses or other foods that could be stuffed into a crescent roll. Or let the kids pick for you. This could be a lot of fun. For them. And you can sit back and relax. Well, maybe you should sit close by – and give instructions. And turn the oven on, put the crescent rolls inside, and take them out when done. Never know what surprises can come from a kitchen with only the kids making dinner.
What crescent roll snacks or meals do you like?