Breakfast Puff Pastry Packets

Today is a simple recipe that was inspired by some puff pastry recipes I found. I ended up doing my own using some Trader Joe’s dough I had stashed away. If you haven’t tried their puff pastry dough, you should. It’s only available around December, as far as I know, and not only is it a great price but it tastes really good because it is all butter like the DuFour kind. But for whatever reason, I like this one better and have had better luck with it. I didn’t realize it was a limited edition kind of product the first year, so the second year I stocked up!

I’m fairly certain you could freeze these after you’ve baked them and just warm them in an oven, but I haven’t tried it. We finished them all and I should have made more. They are quite filling, though, with all of the buttery pastry. It was a nice breakfast-for-dinner meal for us.

Directions for Breakfast Puff Pastry Packets

  • puff pastry sheets, defrosted
  • scrambled eggs
  • shredded cheese (such as cheddar)
  • cooked bacon
  • Seasoning (salt/pepper/all-purpose/your choice)
  • 1 egg beaten with 1 Tablespoon water

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Cut the pastry sheets into rectangles. Pile the scrambled eggs, some shredded cheese, some bacon, and some seasoning into the center of half of the rectangles.

Use a little water to brush around the edges of the rectangles and place another rectangle on top. Use a fork to pinch together the edges. Cut a couple slashes on top to allow air to escape, then brush with the beaten egg.

Sprinkle some cheese on top and bake for about 20 minutes, or until golden brown.

Directions for Breakfast Puff Pastry Packets (without pictures)

  • puff pastry sheets, defrosted
  • scrambled eggs
  • shredded cheese (such as cheddar)
  • cooked bacon
  • Seasoning (salt/pepper/all-purpose/your choice)
  • 1 egg beaten with 1 Tablespoon water

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. Cut the pastry sheets into rectangles. Pile the scrambled eggs, some shredded cheese, some bacon, and some seasoning into the center of half of the rectangles. Use a little water to brush around the edges of the rectangles and place another rectangle on top. Use a fork to pinch together the edges. Cut a couple slashes on top to allow air to escape, then brush with the beaten egg. Sprinkle some cheese on top and bake for about 20 minutes, or until golden brown.

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