Bacon Brunch Bites

These tasty appetizers are easy to make, delicious, and make for a great presentation thanks to Pillsbury.  Although I suggest that you don’t play on the computer while cooking them or they’ll end up slight darker than they should be!

Now I’m sure you’ve seen Pillsbury Crescents and Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls but have you seen their latest product, Pillsbury Recipe Creations??  What I love is all the fabulous recipes that are on the actual package.  Lots of fun and easy ideas on there that you can make and even change around to create your own creation.

Today, I decided to take one of their recipe creations and tweak it just a bit to make it my own.  These are intended to be made in the mini muffin pan but I don’t own one…I know sad, huh!  So I made them in my regular muffin pan and they turned out just fine.  With all that said, let’s get this brunch bite party started!

TIP:  Remember, don’t overcook them like I did and have your edges burnt to a crisp!  Sorry ’bout that;)  All my groceries are bought at Walmart, including the muffin pan!

INGREDIENTS:

  • I can of Pillsbury Recipe Creations
  • 1/3 cup of shredded cheese
  • 1/2 cup of bacon, chopped (about 10 slices of thick cut bacon)
  • 1/2 an onion, chopped
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup of whipping cream

DIRECTIONS:

Start frying your bacon and onion in fry pan.  While cooking, unroll dough and cut into squares, 12 of them;)  Place squares into the ungreased muffin cups.  Spoon in your cheese then top with the bacon & onion mixture on top of that.  In a bowl, beat your egg and cream together and pour about 1 tablespoon of the cream mixture into each cup.  Bake at 375′ for 12-15 minutes.

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  1. 1


    Bobbi says

    Yummy! I want to make those. The other day I made your bacon wrapped cream cheese jalapenos. They were awesome! The only bad thing was that the bacon greese rolled of the cookie sheet and into the bottom of my oven. I forgot to cleaned it and then other day I had a small oven fire because of it, lol. You could check out my blog if you want to read about it. Anyways, I’m making them again for a Halloween party I’m going to, only I will use the broiler pan or something with edges, lol!

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    Daphne says

    Sounds YUMMY but I have a question. My family, except the Hubby, won’t eat the big pieces of onion. Do you think it will lose it’s effect with dried onion flakes instead??

    Thanks! And great recipe, I can’t wait to try it!

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    chrystal says

    These look great and we love bacon!

  4. 4

    What an adorable excuse to eat bacon! And I bet they would be quickly devoured at a party, thank you for your recipe!

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  5. 5

    These look really good. Anything with bacon is a sure hit ’round here!

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    Yum! These will perfect for Holiday party appetizers. I can never think of anything to bring, thanks for the recipe!

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    Oh, wow, hub would love these, maybe I’ll include them in our election night snacks-thanks so much!

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    jen says

    These will be really good for a cold winter day…or closer to Christmas…thanks for the tip!

  9. 9

    Sounds and looks YUMMO-no matter how over-done they are! lol

    I wonder if you could bake them to the almost done stage and freeze them so you have a hot school day breakfast? I’ll have to give it a try! Thanks for the recipe!

  10. 10

    Oh wow. Those look so delicious! I’m making my grocery shopping list today and these are definitely on the list!

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  11. 11

    Those look really good. I’ve never seen this recipe. Looks quick and easy which is always good for those of us who aren’t gifted in the kitchen. :)

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    Lori says

    Now that is something my picky eater of a husband can woof down in seconds! Thanks for sharing.

  13. 13

    Those are adorable! I make something really similar, but this looks waaaay easier! I am going to have to try this!! Thanks for the great recipe!

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    Tanita says

    I love that idea thank u sooooo much my son and husband will love it !!!!!!

    you just made it a little better

    got to try the one with the jalopeno’s

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    Calvin says

    Your Recipes are easy and I have already done the Oatmeal Breakfast. Eats sweet tasty and put a zing in my energy in these chili mornings!!

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    Hannah B. says

    These look great! Thanks for the recipe.

  17. 17

    I love this idea. I think the bacon version is great, but I also made a prosciutto version which was even better!

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    valmg says

    These sound yummy. I can’t believe only one egg makes all of those.

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    choccycake says

    These look cute and delicious, thanks for sharing!

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    Leah says

    Those would make really good treats for a super bowl party or a movie night! Looks great

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    Kristen says

    Whoa…these are amazing! Even my picky 2 year-old liked them!

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