A recipe for easy breakfast kolaches that takes very little time and results in breakfast for the week!
I love having breakfast ready for the week. It is less stressful and healthier than running by Mickey D’s so I don’t mind spending 20-30 minutes on the weekend making breakfast for the work week. I have blogged about this before, here, but I haven’t shared my easy peasy kolaches yet. It is probably the easiest of all the breakfast items I usually make!
On a side note, have you ever had a kolache? I’m from Texas and I have grown up eating kolaches. It wasn’t until a couple of years ago that someone told me they had never heard of kolaches until they moved here! I was completely shocked…she didn’t know what she had been missing!
So, in case you have never had a kolache, try these easy “shortcut” kolaches. You won’t be sorry 😉
Things you need
Pillsbury Refrigerated Croissants (I buy the big ones or two packs of the regular ones)
Cooked Sausage Links (you can use Turkey sausage to keep fat down)
Scrambled Eggs if you want to add them
Open the croissant package and roll out the dough on wax paper. Smoosh the perforations together then slice dough into 8 squares (or 4 if you are using 2 of the small doughs). You can also just leave the perforations and roll the kolaches that way.
Place a small piece of American cheese, sausage link, and eggs (if you want) on top of the dough, then roll up the kolache to cover up the insides. Repeat for all kolaches.
Place kolaches on a baking sheet and bake according to the Pillsbury Croissant package. Usually 350 degrees for about 13-15 minutes.
Let cool and dig in!!!