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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Sausage & Cream Cheese Crescents



I've had this recipe for years. I got it from my co-workers at my second job in The 'Ham. You can make these as individual servings like I do or lay one can of rolls out and top with the sausage mix and then top with the second can of rolls. I like the individual rolls - I can eat more!






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Sausage & Cream Cheese Crescents
(Printable Recipe)

16 oz sausage cooked and crumbled
8 oz cream cheese softened
2 cans of crescent rolls

Mix sausage and cream cheese together. Separate rolls into triangles. Cut eat triangle in half lengthwise. Scoop a heaping tablespoon onto each roll and roll up. Bake at 375 for 15 minutes, or until golden brown.

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19 comments:

  1. Hi. I will be making these Friday to take to a party Sat. I'm assuming after baking them, I need to put them in the refrigerator because of the cream cheese?? How do I reheat them? Thank you!

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  2. To reheat them, I wrap them in foil and bake them at 350 for about 15 minutes or so.

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  3. Can you show a picture of how to cut the pastry in half lengthwise?

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  4. Wend - you are going to take the 8 triangles and cut them into 16 triangles. Just lay one crescent roll flat with the wide end facing you and cut it straight down the middle to get two triangles.

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  5. Easy peasy tasty...perfect! Whipped these up as an after school snack and the kids devoured them.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Just to clarify - when complete you will have 32 individual sausage cream cheese roll-ups?

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  7. MinaMarie - correct. You are splitting 16 crescent rolls into 32 crescent rolls.

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  8. I've made these for years, they are a family favorite for breakfast. Recently I add a handful of shredded cheese, it adds a little something.

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  9. TinaT - I will try that next time. Thanks!

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  10. A can of green chilies mixed in with the sausage is what makes this a favorite at our house, but we like spicy! When I was a kid, we called them Rattlesnake Bites.

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  11. These look so good! Will try them soon!

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  12. I use sage sausage and stuff it into mushrooms. They are so tasty! I will definitely be trying this with crescents now.

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  13. could i make a batch a few days ahead n freeze them for party

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    1. If you do that, bake them first and then freeze them. Just reheat them when you are ready to serve them.

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  14. I love these! I make them like pinwheels rolling half of the mixture in one package of rolls then I add jalapenos to the other half and do the same thing. They are the BEST party food ever! I always have people asking where I got the recipe

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