Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Duck Dude's Breakfast and Bunt Cake

After our Ranger game fun, we had one giant slumber party at Duck Dude's parent's house. 

I woke up to Duck Dude in the kitchen.. cooking away. Then the conversation went a little like this:

Me: "What are you making?"
Duck Dude: "I saw a picture on facebook!"
Me: "You saw a picture on facebook and just decided to make it?"
Duck Dude: "Well, I saw three pictures!"

And then I stepped back and let him do his thang. Thang, with an a. If you follow me on Instagram, you've already seen the final product. It was magnificent and I knew it would be a blog post, but since I didn't actually make it, I let him write down his directions! So, for the first time ever, take it away Duck Dude:

1.       Start by laying the base layer of your breakfast bunt cake by placing each of the crescent rolls making an octagon in the center of a cookie sheet.  This will be opposite of what a pizza looks like when the slices facing outwards.
2.       Fry your 10 pieces of bacon leaving them a little softer that we usually cook them in Texas.  You will need them to be flimsy to fold over with your crescent rolls.
3.       Place 1 piece of bacon long side each of the 8 crescent slices and the other two slices placed inside the octagon to where you can see no cookie sheet
4.       Scramble all 8 eggs mixed with the ¼ cup of milk, tony chachere’s seasoning salt, bell peppers and onion ends (I informed him these are actually called green onions!)
5.       Once your eggs are scrambled you will neatly place them in a circle around the middle of the crescent rolls leaving a hole in the center of them.

6.       Add the chopped tomato and shredded cheese to top of your scrambled eggs
7.       Fold over the ends of the crescent rolls to join together in the middle making the bunt cake shape. 
8.       Sprinkle a little shredded cheese over the tops of the crescent rolls
9.       Bake at 350 degrees until tops of crescent rolls are golden brown
10.   Serve pizza style!

If you haven't figured out, he also named it.... because he had no clue what it actually was called. But whatever it is, you should try it! 

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