Crescent Sausage Wraps

Look away if you don’t eat unhealthy convenience foods.  Look away fast because you’ll be tempted to make these anyway!

Super simple and tasty,  I’ve served ’em up at a baby shower brunch and a football team breakfast (among other events).  Can’t get more diverse eaters than that.  😉  Rave reviews from all!

Crescent Sausage Rolls

  • 1 can crescent rolls (or make your own!)
  • 1 box brown n serve sausage links
  • Italian seasoning
  • Parmesan cheese

1.  Roll crescents and separate into rectangles.  Pinch diagonal seam together.

2.  Sprinkle each rectangle with Parmesan cheese and Italian seasoning.

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3.  Slice each rectangle in half.  Place a sausage at each end and roll up.

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4.  Slice each roll into two or three pieces.

5.  Bake at 375° for 13-15 minutes.

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** Easy (and convenient) to keep warm in a crock pot.

** Some Brown n Serve brands are pretty greasy.  Another option is to buy the uncooked sausages.  Bake them first, drain off the grease, then proceed with the other instructions.

** Easy to double or triple when serving a crowd!

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Comments

  1. Those look yummy!!!! Wishing for some of those right now, to just pop in my mouth.

  2. Great appetizers! I’m going to keep this one one hand for a family appetizer night.

  3. This looks awesome! So easy and yummy!

  4. WOW! These look delicious. I am always looking for new potluck recipes, so I will definitely try these next time. What brand of sausages do you use?

  5. What can I say girl, you rock! 🙂 These look so yummy! And who knew you could make YOUR OWN crescent rolls?

  6. What a great idea!!

  7. Wow – these sound great and so simple to make! I must pull out my coupons for Pillsbury crescent rolls….

  8. sounds delicious

  9. Oooh, these sound yummy! 😀

  10. This one is definitely a keeper and would be great to serve as a finger food for a potluck! Thanks for sharing it!

    Jane

  11. oh girl; I”m all about this! I have to make these! I make homemade kolaches for Saturday morning breakfast (okay; only sometimes!), and I need to make these next time!

  12. I make these with frozen rolls partially thawed and then refrozen. Hubby gets them out the night before and cooks them for breakfast. Isn’t he sweet? What did we ever do before crescent rolls came along…you probably can’t remember that far back. I’m really enjoying your blog. Thanks for all of your great ideas and recipes. I would love for you to join me at diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com for Crock Pot Wednesday. Come check it out.

  13. I will definitely make these for my Sunday School Class! Thanks for sharing!!

    Many blessings!

  14. I would never, ever turn away from any type of food unless it has bleu cheese. This recipe is a keeper! I hadn’t thought to use a sausage for piggies-in-a-blanket, but they are perfect!

  15. I can see the kids eating these as they run out of the house to the school bus.

  16. I love an easy recipe and I like that you can keep them warm in a crock pot for a party. Thanks for sharing.
    Joyce

  17. This would be great to take to a brunch I’m attending tomorrow. Thanks for the inspiration!

  18. So simple and delicious sounding. That’s a hard combination to beat. They would be wonderful for tailgates or other parties where food has to be transported. I hope you are having a wonderful day.

  19. Looks simple and yummy. I’m thinking that a little horseradish sauce as a dip for these would taste great.
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

  20. These sound amazing and like something my daughter would absolutely enjoy. Thanks!

  21. Frances Thomason says:

    Amy,

    I made these for a Super Bowl party this past Sunday. Yummy and so easy! They were a big hit!

  22. Made these for breakfast and served them with syrup. Yummy and toddler approved.

  23. Amy,
    these are so good. I used the biscuit recipe from Pillsburybaking.com to make them quickly(didn’t have to wait for rising) and rolled them thin. Cut the recipe in half or use two packs of sausage. They were great.

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