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Sausage & Egg Breakfast Crescent Rolls

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Breakfast in bed (yawn). Isn’t that a nice phrase? Rumpled sheets, bedhead, and a tray full of exquisite dainties delivered alongside a single bloom in a silver vase. Except…what if that breakfast in bed comes from your unsupervised four-year-old? That’ll open your eyes.

Sausage & Egg Breakfast Crescent Rolls

Life is all about perspective. It used to seem more black and white to me. But then—motherhood. Yeah, there are rainbows and sunshine. I also notice more grey areas.

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Like, when your little one does his best to surprise you, how can you groan with the realization that there is a colossal mess waiting for you? You can’t. I can’t anyway.

And how do you choke down his menu choices?  With a smile. And a resolve to get up earlier and do it yourself!

With busier schedules in full swing, my boys have heard me say starting the day with a good breakfast makes a difference. I really believe that.

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But it can be a challenge to get a satisfying weekday breakfast on the table that doesn’t take too many of those precious early morning minutes.

Sausage & Egg Crescent Rolls
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Crescent Roll Breakfast Recipes

Since my boys are willing assistants, one of my solutions is to supervise simple jobs they can do while I take care of the rest. Plus up ready-made ingredients like Johnsonville Precooked Sausage Links and crescent rolls and everybody’s happy and fueled for the morning activities.

Johnsonville Sausage

If you want extra sausage, it’s easy to pop the Johnsonville sausage links in the microwave. They only take 40 seconds to heat up.

Kid's Cooking Breakfast

Who needs breakfast in bed when cute two and four-year-old chefs are waiting in the kitchen? Not me!

Easy Crescent Roll Recipe

Egg & Sausage Breakfast Crescent Roll Recipe


Sausage & Egg Breakfast Crescent Rolls

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  • 2 packages crescent rolls
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • salt and pepper
  • 6 Johnsonville Fully Cooked Sausage Links
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 cup fresh spinach
  • 1/3 cup shredded cheddar cheese


  1. Place 1 tablespoon of butter into a skillet over medium heat.
  2. Once the butter starts to sizzle, crack 4 eggs into the pan. Use a spatula to break each of the yolks. Mix the eggs around in the pan to scramble. Cook for 1-2 minutes until right before the eggs are all the way done. They should still have a little sheen to
  3. them.
  4. Finely slice the sausage links.
  5. Pile the spinach together and roll the leaves up and julienne.
  6. Mix the spinach, sausage, eggs and cheese together.
  7. Unroll the crescents and pile the scramble in the middle of the crescent. Roll up and place on a baking sheet.
  8. Bake at 375 for 10-12 minutes, until golden brown.
  9. If you want extra sausage, it’s easy to pop the Johnsonville sausage links in the microwave.
  10. They only take 40 seconds to heat up.


  • Calories: 2026
  • Sugar: 5
  • Sodium: 4363
  • Fat: 163
  • Saturated Fat: 61
  • Unsaturated Fat: 82
  • Trans Fat: 1
  • Carbohydrates: 43
  • Protein: 91
  • Cholesterol: 1087

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Johnsonville. The opinions and text are all mine.

Melodee Fiske

Melodee is a mom of two energetic and independent boys who fuel her need for coffee. She is a foodie who loves creating and photography so has combined her passions to share with the world. When she’s not behind the camera, she’s giving piggy back rides, building car tracks or running to Target…again.