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Vienna Breakfast

Vienna Breakfast created by pincus

I used to have a secretary that would bring these and fix them in the toaster oven in the office. I enjoyed them with whatever jelly or honey was sitting around. Hope you give them a try, kids love em too.

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20mins
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ingredients

  • 1 (10 count) can refrigerated biscuits
  • 10 vienna sausages

directions

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  • Wrap each vienna sausage with a biscuit and place on a cookie sheet that has been sprayed with non stick cooking spray.
  • Bake till biscuit is lightly browned, about 10 or 20 minutes.
  • Keep an eye on them so the bottom does not burn.
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"I used to have a secretary that would bring these and fix them in the toaster oven in the office. I enjoyed them with whatever jelly or honey was sitting around. Hope you give them a try, kids love em too."
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  1. pincus
    Vienna Breakfast Created by pincus
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  2. pincus
    Easy to prepare. I used 8 count Grands and with some scrambled eggs, we had a nice breakfast in no time. DH called these "a poor man's kolache," but he loved them.
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  3. Koechin Chef
    These make a great Appetizer!! I used 8 count GRANDS Buiscuits and separated them into 2. I spread them lightly with Dijon Mustard and rolled them up with a little Smokey Link. They dissapeared in a hurry. Also did them for my Daytime Bunco group, but instead of mustard I used a little Orange Marmelade. Thanks for such an easy TREAT! Ingrid/Koechin
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  4. winkki
    My daughters, the vienna sausage fiends, could hardly wait for these to come out of the oven; they loved them! It took about 15-17 min in our oven. The only thing I will do differently next time is to place them seam-side down on the cookie sheet; although I thought we had pinched them tightly closed several of them came apart while cooking. Didn't slow the girls down, though, lol. We made them as a mid-afternoon snack rather than breakfast and while the girls ate theirs plain, I put spicy mustard on mine, mmm! They've already asked when we can make them again...this is economical enough that I know they'll make a regular appearance. Thanks for posting!
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  5. riffraff
    I used to have a secretary that would bring these and fix them in the toaster oven in the office. I enjoyed them with whatever jelly or honey was sitting around. Hope you give them a try, kids love em too.
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