Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins

One of those keeper, appetizers. These can be made ahead, frozen and ready in just a few minutes when unexpected company pops in. And most ingredients are on hand. Everyone loves this one.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Brown sausage and drain.
  2. Melt cheese, add remaining ingredients.
  3. Spread on Rye cocktail rounds.
  4. Place on cookie sheet and freeze. After freezing, they can be stored in plastic bags until ready for use.
  5. Heat on cookie sheet in preheated oven at 350°F for 5 minutes till cheese bubbles.
Most Helpful

Left oiut the green pepper per request, but other than that these were great !! These were served immediately . These do have a nice kick to them that we enjoyed too. Made for PRMR TAG.

weekend cooker September 23, 2009

I made these and froze them, so I will have to see how they turn out on reheating. I just love the idea of having something made ahead to pop in the oven. However, prior to freezing, I did taste them and they were delicious! My only problem is that I could not find rye cocktail bread (suddenly it's scarce?) and had to cut a loaf of Jewish rye, thinly sliced, into squares.

JackieOhNo! February 23, 2009

Made these for Christmas Eve from frozen. Took much longer than 5 minutes to bake that way, but everyone enjoyed them--they have a nice little kick! Make a lot, too, so I can serve some on New Years Eve. Thanks for a good one!

LuvToEat December 29, 2008