Sophia Carson's Bacon, Egg & Cheese Breakfast Rolls
Bacon, Egg & Cheese Breakfast Rolls
1 package bacon, cooked and crumbled
Open the can of crescent rolls and lay them down flat, pinching the seams together. Spread eggs, bacon, and cheese over the dough, keeping it about a half-inch away from the edges. Starting at one end, roll the dough as tightly as you can. Cut pieces about ½” to ¾” thick. Place the rolled pieces in a sprayed muffin tin prepared with nonstick cooking spray. Bake approximately 11 to 13 minutes at 375°F or until golden brown.
Sofía Daccarett Char, better known as Sophia Carson, was born on April 10, 1993, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. After high school, she majored in communications at UCLA. She became a singer-songwriter in 2012 after signing with Broadcast Music, Inc. Her television career began two years later, appearing in Austin & Ally. She then played Evie in Disney’s popular Descendants movies. She has starred in many acting and singing roles. Revlon released her collection of lipsticks and nail polishes, and she recently partnered with the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation to announce the Sofia Carson Scholarship at Berklee College of Music.
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