Don’t skip breakfast! It happens to us all too often, even though we know breakfast is the key to a steady supply of energy throughout the day. Thanks to Smithfield for sponsoring this delicious new breakfast recipe!
We created these bacon-wrapped spring rolls as a delicious, protein-packed breakfast featuring Smithfield bacon combined with fresh avocado.
We love making them for a fun breakfast or brunch with friends, and they make a superb grab-and-go option when you’re in a hurry. Watch our video tutorial to see how to make them.
Watch How to Make Bacon-wrapped Breakfast Spring Rolls:
Spring rolls haven’t been bacon-wrapped … until now! It’s a unique twist on avocado egg salad elevated to perfection with crisp bacon.
They look fabulous however they’re served, and we love slicing on the diagonal into halves for a great color contrast with the bacon.
The choice of bacon is really important. We’ve found some brands don’t make for a tight wrap around the spring roll, and others fall apart while cooking.
Smithfield Hometown Original Bacon wraps nicely and holds its form during baking. Plus it cooks evenly in about 20 minutes and tastes amazing.
If you’re trying to get your kids to eat more, look no further than this recipe. Our kids devoured several each in one sitting! So we’re glad to know Smithfield is partnering with No Kid Hungry to donate one million meals to combat childhood hunger.
For every purchase you make before Oct 31st, they’ll donate one meal to children in communities across America. Post a photo of your Smithfield breakfast tagging #breakfastpower and they’ll double their donation!
The first step to make them is preparing the spring roll filling in a mixing bowl with avocado, egg, red onion and a sprinkle of lime juice, salt and pepper. If you have leftover hard-boiled or scrambled eggs, this is a great way to use them up.
If you need to set this mixture aside for more than 30 minutes, simply add the avocado pits to the bowl to prevent browning.
Now you can make the spring rolls by wrapping up a spoonful of filling in each spring roll wrapper and sealing with a dab of water.
Last but not least is wrapping each spring roll with bacon. We did it on a work surface, but a plate works just as well.
Then place them on a broiler pan or a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a nonstick baking mat. We haven’t tried this on the barbecue yet, but it should work fine on low-medium heat.
They’re sure to become one of your favorite spring roll recipes. Enjoy!
This is a sponsored post written by TipBuzz on behalf of Smithfield.
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