It’s a lot different with an instructor and knowing the engine really hasn’t died. I had an engine roll back once, but I had reached 1000ft AGL on the crosswind turn. I turned towards the downwind evaluated a crosswind runway and decided against it. Kept the turn going and called it a base to land opposite direction. Tower approved of course. Heavy T-41B. As a glider instructor we train the turn at 200ft, granted we have a 23-1 L/d, turning at 60mph and yes 45 degrees of bank. Plenty of room for a glider. Not sure I would do it in an Airplane below 800ft.