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Easy Breakfast Turnovers

With my family in town this weekend, I decided to step it up for breakfast.  In baby steps. 

{Background: Ian fixes all of our breakfasts over the weekend.}

{Yes, I am spoiled rotten.}

To prove to the fam that I can hold my own in the kitchen -- can't let a hubby show me up now, can I? -- I gathered three little ingredients to create an impressive gourmet breakfast.  I know that sounds contradictory, but bear with me.

Three ingredients is all you need for this one.  And I even added in an "extra credit" fourth ingredient ... I know you are impressed.  Right?!


Start out with regular crescent rolls.
Ingredient one.
  

Roll them out.  Prepare yourself; I told you this was very complex.
  

Separate them down the middle and lengthwise; you'll end up with four perforated rectangles.  Score the seams together to create solid rectangles.
 

My fillings of choice: softened cream cheese, peach preserves, and {drumroll} diced apple for an extra credit ingredient.
 

Place your rectangles on parchment paper on a baking sheet.  Place a little bit of each of your toppings into the bottom of each rectangle.
  


Fold down the tops of each.  (Confused yet?  I know this recipe is way intense ... expert level)
   

Using the tines of your fork, seal the turnover around the three open sides.
  


Brush the tops with egg whites for that perfect Martha-ish finish.
  

Bake according to crescent roll package directions.
 


Let cool slightly, serve on an overly prissy saucer, and in mid-1990s fashion, throw some flour on your forehead.

DONE.
  

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Fun fact -- I used to make these for Ian when we first started dating.  I'm pretty sure he thought I was going to to this every weekend of his life and therefore, he proposed.  Just guessing.

Happy (fancy) breakfasting this weekend to you and yours!

15 comments:

  1. Love these! I'll have to try them this weekend :) Thanks!

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  2. Those look great and pretty easy! I posted a lighter recipe for overnight french toast you may be interested earlier this week on my blog (www.ingoodfaithblog.com). It's super easy because you prepare it the night before and then stick the bread in the oven the next morning and it's done!

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  3. I love nothing more than an easy recipe that looks as pretty as these! Yummm.

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  4. I love nothing more than an easy recipe that looks as pretty as these! Yummm.

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  5. This is an easy one for when we have company in town.

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  6. nice commentary my friend...especially with the flour dusting!

    these look fantastic...and you could do SO many combinations, too!!

    i think i might make some of these for breakfast for dinner night

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  7. Love this! I'm definitely going to have to make these sometime soon! Brandon will be super impressed.

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  8. These look so yummy! And for the record, I think that there is nothing wrong with being spoiled by your man;)

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  9. So easy and sound SO good! I'm always looking for a quick, easy weekend breakfast meal. This is perfect!

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  10. Making these this weekend, thank you for the recipe!

    Oh and I will let my husband think I slaved away on breakfast ;)

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  11. These look fantastic, and I love how easy it looks. Perfect to throw in quickly. I love it!

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  12. GOSH those look great. I used to do something like that for dinner too - cheddar and broccoli and ham or the like. I miss gluten so much!!

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  13. Thanks for sharing these. They look amazing and I can't wait to try my hand at making them this weekend!

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  14. These look amazing!! I'm totally going to try these out soon. Your last recipe that I tried (the fried fish tacos) are still one of my favs!

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