"Mini sausages are all wrapped up in flaky crescents in an all-time favorite appetizer." — Pillsbury® Crescents
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2 (8 ounce) cans
Pillsbury® refrigerated crescent dinner rolls
fully cooked small smoked sausage links
My kids made these as a Christmas Eve appetizer when they were younger. We cut each piece of dough into 5 pieces, and usually only need to use one pkg of crescent rolls that way. Less bread too. We like to dip them in honey mustard sauce.
Always a party favorite.
Easy to make and taste great. We are asked to bring these to all the get togethers we go to. Kids love them too. Mmmmm,mmmmm, good. :)
My kids and hubby love these snacks!
I've been making these since 1985 - I have an old "Great Crescent Creations" booklet. These are never fail, and always gone way too fast!
A prefect classic. I made this for a church gathering last night. It was really received.
I have been making the mummy dogs for 2 Halloweens now and wanted to try the little smokies this year. They were very tasty but harder to roll the dough around. Next time I will make these for Christmas as directed and leave the mummy dogs recipe for hot dogs.
Kids' favorite! Makes a lot for a home meal, though. I use 1 can crescents, half the sausages, and freeze the rest of the sausages for next time, although you could probably freeze these after baking as well. Lots of variety in the dips-bbq, honey mustard, etc., and can vary the filling--throw in a bit of cheese, jalapeno, or use mini hot dogs. Easy and fast, great for weeknight meal, and my daughter enjoys helping to make them. Great recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sausage Snack Wraps
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 125
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