Crescent Roll Turkey, Egg & Cheese Bake

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Crescent Roll Turkey, Egg & Cheese Bake


Crescent Roll Turkey, Egg & Cheese Bake

Servings: 6
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Bake Time: 25 minutes
Start to Finish: 45 minutes
Times are approximate

Ingredients:
2 cans crescent rolls
1 tablespoon butter
7 eggs
Splash of heavy cream or half and half
Handful of chives
5 slices Honey Maple Turkey (or use ham, sausage, bacon or omit)
1 cup shredded cheese
1 egg white

Suggested Items:
measuring cups and spoons
small bowl
whisk
pasty brush
baking sheets
Parchment Paper
skillet

Directions
Preheat oven 375° Line baking pan with parchment.

Lay out the 2 cans of crescents on parchment attaching them to form one large rectangle. Pinch seams so they are not open, all smooth like one piece of dough. Down the center third, lay the turkey overlapping the slices.

In a skillet, heat the butter.

Mix the eggs with the cream and cook in the skillet until set and still moist. They will finish cooking in the oven. Add chives and stir in. Season with salt/pepper.

Lay eggs on top of the turkey. Top with the cheese.

Cut slits on the crescent dough up the long sides so you can fold them across the center to create the braided look.

Brush the entire top with the egg white and bake approx. 25 minutes until golden.
Notes:

This recipe is the property of Hugs & Cookies xoxo You should check out their web blog for other great recipes.

Remember, cooking times may vary depending on ovens, so test doneness before stated cooking times. Also parchment paper and wax paper are not the same. Wax paper will catch fire in ovens. This recipe calls for parchment paper which is safe in ovens.

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