bacon quiche crescent cups on cooling rack

Well, y’all, it’s here. The Week of Eating. Which for me is generally followed by The Month of Eating (Christmas Cookies and Hot Cocoa), concluded by The Big Christmas Feast and then repeated once more by The Big New Year’s Feast and then finally, finally, I am worn out. Mostly.

So we should do this thing right and kick things off with a hearty breakfast/brunch of bacon quiche crescent cups, amiright?

immaculate baking crescent rolls package

I hope you’re more in the I Love Bacon camp and less in the Seriously, More Bacon? camp as this is, in fact, the second recipe in a row in which I have featured the ingredient. In our house, bacon is a regular staple, now more than ever since our two-year-old has discovered it and realized what she’s been missing all of her little life (a la Ted Mosby in HIMYM). It’s not like we eat it daily, let me assure you. But we like to have it with our weekend breakfasts or in BLTs or in salads or in these bacon quiche crescent cups, which have a double layer of bacon. Ahem.

But let’s talk more about these cups, shall we? You start with buttery soft Immaculate Baking organic crescent roll dough, cut it into squares, press those squares into muffin cups and fill each cup with bacon, a creamy cream cheese quiche filling, bake it and top it with more bacon. That’s it. So simple. So tasty. So perfect for Thanksgiving Day brunch or Day-After-Thanksgiving-Day brunch or any breakfast this week when you need to run out the door but really also need to have some quiche. And bacon.

filling crescent cups with bacon

filling crescent cups in baking pan

The tot and I are starting our holiday vacation early by flying down (just the two of us, pray for me) to my parents’ house tomorrow to help prepare for the festivities (the husband is meeting us there on Thanksgiving). I think my contribution will be breakfast, and these crescent cups will do nicely. After that, my contribution likely will include a lot of eating of the food. FOR THE BABY, obviously.

bacon quiche crescent cups on cooling rack

bacon quiche crescent cup on a plate

If you’re in charge of breakfast at all on this glorious Week of Eating, may I suggest baking up these cups of bacon-y, quiche-y goodness? If you’ve got anyone in the I Love Bacon camp in your family, these won’t disappoint.

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bacon quiche crescent cups on cooling rack

Bacon Quiche Crescent Cups

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  • Author: Girl Versus Dough
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 20 mins
  • Total Time: 35 mins
  • Yield: 8 cups 1x




  1. Heat oven to 375 degrees F. Spray 8 standard-size muffin cups with cooking spray.
  2. Unroll dough into rectangle; press seams to seal. Use pizza cutter or sharp knife to cut dough into 8 equal-size squares. Gently press each square into bottom and sides of prepared muffin cups. Sprinkle half of crumbled bacon into bottom of each cup.
  3. In medium bowl with electric hand mixer or stand mixer, beat cream cheese until smooth. Add cream, eggs, cheese and chives; beat until just combined. Spoon enough of cream cheese mixture into each cup to reach edges of crescent dough (you may have a little cream cheese mixture left over). Bake 20 to 25 minutes until filling is set and edges of crescents are golden brown. Cool 1 minute in pan; transfer to serving plate. Sprinkle remaining bacon on top. Serve warm.

Disclosure: I received compensation from Immaculate Baking Co. for recipe development purposes. All opinions are my own.