These are so good! Watch the time, the first batch got too dark. Using parchment paper helped with sticking to the pan. I added a light amount of shredded sharp cheese on top before rolling up. I used two cans of rolls in two different brands and could tell a difference. Next time I will opt for the higher quality brand of crescent rolls only.
I made these up and stored them in plasticware for a recent camping trip breakfast addition. Everyone loved them! They were hard to stop eating and this was even being served at room temperature. I used two cans of cheap crescent roll dough (next time I WILL spring for the .40 cent more stuff) and 1 lb of medium bulk sausage split over the two dough rolls. Savory! I can even see this being served as an appetizer maybe with some ro-tel cheese dip as a side! (sinful!) or some chives and sr cream dollop on top!
If anyone gave these less than a 5 star I don't understand how...these where PERFECT for get-n-go breakfast with your favorite jam or jelly on the side. My BF loved them since he is a driver they were great for his schedule. I will make these over and over again...maybe next time I will use bacon and eggs....hmmm.
I absolutely love these! My father-in-law loves for me to make these. I roll out my crescent rolls, add the sausage, roll up and stick in the freezer for til I am ready to cook. This makes them easier to slice. A local restuarant sells 12 of them served with oney mustard as an appetizer for over $ 5.00. I am glad I am glad I know how to make my own.
I really loved this recipe...everyone in my family loves crescent rolls so this was perfect! I used 1/2 maple flavored sausage and 1/2 regular Jimmy Dean sausage and sprinkled with cheddar cheese before rolling the dough and they were delicious! I can imagine that if you used Italian Sausage, Motzerella cheese and maybe threw in some mushroom bits, these would be great pizza bites to dip in Marinara sause...have to give that a try! Thanks for sharing!
I make these every Christmas and they don't last long. I spread mustard onto the crescent rolls, then the sausage and sprinkle with cheddar cheese before rolling up.
Followed the recipe but sprinkled chives on top to look pretty. It was a little plain but really good dipped in dijon mustard.
Made these as one of many appies I had at a cocktail party recently. So simple to make and they were a hit but next time I would make some with Jimmy Dean Hot sausage as well to add a nice kick. It pays to buy name brand crescent rolls and sausage. Your family and guests will love them.
Very good recipe and easy to make. I took these on a family trip and they loved them. I made two different kinds though, ham and cheese, and the regular sausage. Thanks for such a versatile recipe!
I did not let these cool overnight because of time. To make cutting a snap, cut with dental floss or thread. Just wrap around the roll and pull tight and you will have perfect individual pinwheels. Works great for cinnamon rolls also. I added cheese and used two cans of rolls. We really enjoyed these and would have again. Quick and easy. Thank you for a good recipe!