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Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs were the perfect Mother’s Day delight!

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

Not that I want to bring my Mother’s Day brunch gift into my work, but I couldn’t resist. This is what I asked for for Mother’s Day. A special brunch and a sweet. The sweet was a recipe that called for chocolate chip cookies sandwiched with buttercream. So that was highly promising. And then brunch was this! These amazing breakfast puffs! They don’t have a lot of ingredients, and the payout is so great! Puff pastry is a pretty magical ingredient. On New Year’s Eve, I cut up hot dogs, wrapped them in puff pastry, brushed egg whites on them, slapped them with everything bagel seasoning, and then baked them. They were a hot ticket! And so is this recipe:

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Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs:

What You Need:

8 eggs
1 ½ cup cheddar cheese, shredded
16 ounce package of bacon, prepared and crumbled
17.3 ounce package of puff pastry
Salt and pepper to taste

brunch ingredients

What You Do:

1 – First, preheat oven to 400 degrees F.

2 – Then prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper.

3 – Prepare bacon until crispy, by baking or frying.

4 – In a medium mixing bowl, add eggs and whisk until well combined.

5 – In a hot skillet, scramble the eggs until almost cooked but slightly runny.

6 – And then take off heat and mix in shredded cheese.

7 – On a well-floured surface, place puff pastry sheet and cut 4 equal squares.

Then, repeat step 7 with second puff pastry sheet.

8 – Scoop heaping ½ cup of bacon and egg mixture onto puff pastry squares.

9 – Using finger or basting brush, put warm water around the edges of each puff pastry squares and fold in half bringing top left corner to bottom right corner.

10 – Use a fork or fingers to press and seal edges together.

11 – Move onto prepared baking sheet, and score the pastry several times with a serrated knife.

12 – Bake for 18 minutes, or until golden brown.

13 – Allow to cool on pan for 5 minutes prior to serving.

Yields 8

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

And that’s that! How good do they look?

So, have you ever made breakfast puffs?

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

These Bacon and Cheddar Sunrise Breakfast Puffs are the perfect way to wake up. Made with puff pastry, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs, the recipe is easy!

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8 Comments

  1. What a wonderful brunch! I just pinned and then went and found a gluten free puff pastry recipe so that I can make these!

  2. I have never made breakfast puffs. Where have I been!? I love a recipe that looks super decadent but is fairly simple to replicate. Thanks for sharing, Tamara!

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