My kids are hard to please in the kitchen and even harder to impress.
It is a bummer really.
But these sausage rolls please and impress them! They are wonderful things. There are only two ingredients in them. TWO! They do not have any milk/diary in them. And they are super easy and deliscious. It is sort of a trifecta of foods.
Here is what you need:
2 cans of Pilsbury Cresent rolls
1 pound of ground sausage, I use Bass Mild but Neeses is good too!
Here is what you do:
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
Separate 1 can of crescent rolls and form into 4 rectangles. Press the perforations together to seal.
Take the uncooked sausage and cut it into 8 equal sized chunks.
Using 4 chunks of the sausage, spread each of the rectangles with a thin layer of sausage. I normally try to flatten the sausage in my hands and then lay it on the crescent dough.
Starting at the short end, roll the rectangle into a cylinder. Repeat with the other can of dough and remaining sausage.
Use a serrated knife to cut each cylinder into slices. I get 5 slices out of each cylinder.
This is my little Beanes favorite breakfast. As an added bonus, these freeze well! Just pop them in a freezer bag. When you are ready to eat, reheat them straight from the freezer in the toaster oven! So easy.
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