Ham, Onion, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Bombs
A savory breakfast bomb made with crescent dough in a muffin tin. These ham, onion, and cheese breakfast bombs will provide an explosion of flavor in your mouth with every bite. This post contains affiliate links.
If someone were to ask me what my favorite meal is I would say brunch! I just love brunch because it totally allows me to enjoy favorites like pancakes, bacon, eggs, or these yummy Ham, Onion, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Bombs later in the day. Truthfully, I am not a big morning eater so enjoying brunch with my family is ideal!
When it comes to the art of brunch, I am all about the savory. I love to pair things like eggs, ham, bacon, cheese, and onions and peppers together. It just makes for a really savory experience that we all enjoy! Products from brands like Smithfield Anytime Favorites Diced Ham make meals like brunch easy peasy!This product features an ample amount of hickory smoked ham that is chopped up into the most convenient sized chunks. I have not only enjoyed it in these Ham, Onion, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Bombs, but also omelets, fried eggs, and even salads.
I really love the appeal of this chopped ham because it allow us to enjoy lazy weekend days and move to our pace when it comes to meals. If we want to enjoy breakfast for lunch or dinner, they help to make that possible.
No matter if you enjoy bacon, ham, or sausage, Smithfield offers a variety of brunch-time solutions, like naturally hardwood smoked bacon, legendary cuts of ham, and high-quality fresh breakfast sausage. I love that their delicious ham is now an Anytime Favorites, which makes brunch preparation a breeze!
Since it is all about brunch today, I wanted to share the recipe for these Ham, Onion, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Bombs with you all! They are sooo easy to make, and require a minimal amount of effort and time. However, you can prep your onion, and egg ahead of time to make these brunch bombs even quicker!
These brunch bombs are so tasty, and bursting with flavors. The onion, ham, egg, and cheese really come together to make such a wonderful flavor profile. The buttery crescent seals all the flavors up and bakes up perfectly in the muffin tin. They pair so well with some fresh fruit, orange juice and coffee!