Sunday, May 3, 2009

Because They're THAT Good

Pete Shagman's Famous Breakfast Muffins
I can't take credit for this recipe, but it is one I have to share with all of you. These are the best damn breakfast muffins on the planet. Like, Tater Tot Casserole good. You can quote me on that.


  • Crescent rolls -- I get the round biscuit shaped ones, for ease of use.
  • 3-4 eggs -- too many and they puff up too much
  • Bacon/Sausage -- about a half a pound, I use maple sausage
  • Onion Powder -- teaspoon or two to taste
  • Garlic Powder --teaspoon or two to taste
  • 6oz Cream Cheese --softened
  • Cheddar Cheese -- I use about a half an 8 oz block, cut into 1/4" cubes
  1. Preheat to 375.
  2. Cook bacon or sausage and set aside. Flatten crescent rolls and press into Pam'd muffin pans. (Use the big muffin pans)
  3. Soften cream cheese and add eggs, garlic salt and onion powder and blend/beat/mix
  4. Drop a little bacon/sausage and cheese chunks into crescent cups. Pour egg mixture in, then a little bit more bacon/sausage/cheese chunks on top.
  5. Bake for 13-15 minutes or until the centers are NO LONGER JIGGLY! Eggs will start to brown slightly around the edges. Eat warm!

Don't mind my amateur photography.

Yum! And they freeze really well too, had one this morning and put in the microwave for about 45 seconds or so.



Her name was Lola... said...

Are you trying to ruin me.

Larissa said...

Uh, yeah...anything with crescent rolls, sausage and eggs sounds delicious to me!

rachel elizabeth said...

holy moses that looks good. minus the sausage and bacon, which i'm sure most people would say is the best part.

i would really love one of those right now though... mondays suck.

C said...

thanks! :) I hope everyone will enjoy them!

Passionista said...

They look delicious! It will have to wait until after memorial weekend though :-)

Virginia said...

Oh dang, those look AMAZING. I'm totally jealous of your breakfast this morning, it definitely beats my oatmeal, hands down.

Anonymous said...

ahem. WOW those look amazing! If you were to show up at my doorstep with those, I wouldn't turn you away.

Hint hint.

swaaaan said...

YUM!!! Totally going to make these.

Didn't find mason jars prior to the banana bread making. Sorry!

Anonymous said...

whoa. that's innovative. whoda thunk savoury in muffin form?!

Anonymous said...

Cute blog!! Umm, these look amazing. I'm about to start The Shred... I should probably eat a few pans of these before I get started, huh?! :)

Anonymous said...

Oh Yum... I make little muffin eggy things too but I make them with those egg whites you can buy in a carton. Lovely.

Linwood's Girl said...

Wow!!! Those are making my mouth water...just looking at them. I will totally try them out this weekend:)

Catherine said...

That looks too delicious for words. I just drooled on the computer. Hope my vindictive boss doesn't make me pay for it... ;)

Found your blog through 20SB, I'm a new member. Hi!

AJSnow said...

wow! these look perfect for a commuter like me! grab and go baby!

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