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Beautiful Bacon, Egg, & Cheese Wreath & The Inspiration Behind It All Steelmom

Beautiful Bacon, Egg, & Cheese Wreath & The Inspiration Behind It All Steelmom
While watching videos for the new Kraft Cooking Creme, at the Real Women of Philadelphia, I came across this recipe I found so intriguing. The RWoPer that inspired me to make this wreath is known as "Steelmom". For me, her nickname has always been perfect for her, since she is someone I admire for being a hard working mother inside and outside of the home. She must be made of steel to do all that she does, working full time as a sales representative for a steel mill, raising a family, and not to mention creating the most beautiful hand painted ornaments. Recently I have been on a mission to clean out my pantry and avoid buying new ingredients. Ingredients: 1 can of Pillsbury Crescent dough 8 count (we use reduced fat but regular is fine too) 5 large eggs (we use cholesterol fat free egg product) 1 cup of shredded Colby and monterey jack cheese (we use 2% reduced fat cheese) 8 slices of fully cooked bacon (I buy the bacon that is fully cooked from the store) This post is linked to: Related:  breads

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