Cook the bacon as per package directions in a large skillet until as crisp or soft as desired. Set aside.
Scramble the eggs in the same skillet over medium heat and season with the garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Season to taste. (Or season as per your preference). Make them just a touch softer/runnier than you want them in the end since they are going in the oven. Set aside.
Chop the bacon.
Lay out one of the egg roll wrappers like a diamond with points at the top, bottom, and sides.
Sprinkle approximately 2 Tablespoons of the cheese about 2/3 of the way down the wrapper, approximately one inch tall and three inches wide.
Add some shredded corned beef on top of the cheese, approximately 2/3 of an ounce or 1.5 Tablespoons.
Add about one slice of bacon worth on top of the cheese.
Add approximately one egg worth (1/8 of the scrambled eggs) on top of the bacon and cheese.
Fold up the bottom point over the filling so it is snug against the bottom of the filling.
Snugly fold in the two corners on the sides, over the filling.
Roll the filling up toward the top point. Stop just shy of the point.
Wet the top point with a little water to help it stick and seal. Finish rolling the roll and place on a silicone mat lined baking sheet.
Repeat steps 5-13 for each roll.
Once all rolls are assembled and on the baking sheet, spray with a cooking spray. (The spray will help them brown and crisp up).
Sprinkle a little more cheese on top of each roll if desired.
Bake the rolls at 425F for approximately 20 minutes, or until the wrappers are a golden brown.
If desired, serve these with a gravy or hollandaise sauce. Get your sauce ready while the rolls are baking.
Serve the rolls warm with the sauce.
If you do not have cooking spray, you can also lightly coat the rolls with some oil using a basting brush.You can typically find egg roll wrappers in the refrigerated section of your grocery store near herbs or other Asian items.I like to use my Blender Parmesan Cheese Hollandaise Sauce for these rolls. You can use any hollandaise, gravy, or breakfast sauce that you like.You could also top the rolls with poppy seeds, dried onion, everything bagel seasoning, or sesame seeds.