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Cheesy Sausage Crescent Bites

Monday, November 9, 2015

With Thanksgiving just a couple of weeks away, my family and I are talking food, family and fun. We’re planning our meals, which will have our traditional favorites as well as a table full of appetizers. 

Each year when our families get together there is one delicious appetizer that all of us rave about and it then becomes a tradition too. This year, I think I just might be making a new family tradition when I serve my Cheesy Sausage Crescent Bites! These heavenly bites of yumminess all started with a simple Pillsbury Crescent dinner Roll recipe that I modified a bit. I think you’ll enjoy them as much as my family has and may want to #ThanksgivingWithPillsbury too!


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Serving up warm from the oven Pillsbury Crescent dinner rolls or buttermilk home-style biscuits is a given during the holidays and I’m happy to share that they are both on sale at Publix just in time for you to stock up. Go to readyplansave.com and upload the coupons to your loyalty card. If you don’t have a local Publix, be sure to check your newspaper coupons. I usually find Pillsbury coupons in my Sunday paper. 


Pillsbury Crescent dinner rolls #ThanksGivingWithPillsbury

 Here’s the list of ingredients you’ll need.

Ingredients:
Makes 40 bites (depending on size of bite you make)

  • 1 pound Roasted Red Pepper Sausage (or any bulk sausage flavor you like)
  • 2 cups (8oz.) shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  • 1 can (8oz) Pillsbury crescent dinner rolls
  • 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • ½ teaspoon dried rosemary leaves, crushed
 
Sausage and cheddar cheese #yummy


Directions:

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Line a cookie sheet with foil. Spray foil with cooking spray, set aside.
  • Cook sausage on medium heat until just brown, drain and put in mixing bowl.
  • Add cheese and rosemary to bowl and mix with hands or spoon.
  • Unroll crescent dough onto floured work surface; coat each side of dough with flour.
  • Cut dough into about ¼ -inch pieces with a pizza cutter or knife.
  • Mix crescent dough pieces into bowl of sausage mixture in small amounts until well blended.
  • Shape mixture into 40 inch sized balls. Place on pan.
  • Bake 15 to 18 minutes or until golden brown.


Cheesy Sausage Crescent Bites


These Cheesy Sausage Crescent bites take about  45 minutes from start to finish, but are well worth the time. They taste fantastic straight from the oven or room temperature. If your family is a fan of finger foods, you’ve got to try these!


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45 Responses to “Cheesy Sausage Crescent Bites ”

Tammy said...

Miny crescent dogs are a great appetizer to have before Thanksgiving dinner.

HS said...

I would like to try Bacon Cheddar Pinwheels.

Elena said...

I would like to make the Sausage Stuffed Crescent Cornucopias

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Tammy,

Yum! Crescent dogs are a crowd pleaser for sure.

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi HS,

The pinwheels do look tasty. Thanks for entering!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Elena,

I love that recipe too!

Jamie Tomkins said...

This looks so yummy!! I love the Apple Pie Crescents, too - I'll have to try those for Thanksgiving this year! ;)

Lauren said...

I would like to try the Apple Pie Crescents.

LauraJJ said...

Oh their recipe for the Apple Pie Crescents look so yummy!

LauraJJ said...

Oh for Thanksgiving appetizer, the Mini Crescent Dogs would be so fun to make! I think the kids would go nuts for those!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Laura,
Those are a favorite here as well. Thanks for entering!

Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Laura,
Those are a favorite here as well. Thanks for entering!

Bebe said...

I'd love to try the Bacon-Cheddar pinwheels! They all look so delicious! :)
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Bebe said...

I'd also love to try the apple pie crescents! I think they'd be good with strawberry or cherry, too :)
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Jeanne Rousseau said...

I think the apple pie cresents look really good, even the kids would love them.

brittany marie thompson said...

I'd make the bacon cheddar pinwheels

brittany marie thompson said...

i'd make the bacon cheddar pin wheels

Maggie Smith said...

My kids love the mini crescent dogs!!

Lisa said...

I'd also love to try the Jalapeno Cresents for something different.

CW CW said...

I love the mini crescent dogs or piggies in a blanket!

"Heat oven to 375°F. Unroll both cans of the dough; separate into 16 triangles. Cut each triangle lengthwise into 3 narrow triangles.
Place sausage on shortest side of each triangle. Roll up each, starting at shortest side of triangle and rolling to opposite point; place point side down on 2 ungreased cookie sheets.
Bake 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown, switching position of cookie sheets halfway through baking. Immediately remove from cookie sheet. Serve warm."

Natalie said...

Those bacon cheddar pinwheels look amazing! Bacon is one of my favorite foods! I would love to serve these on Thanksgiving.

Natalie said...

I would also love to try the Sausage Stuffed Crescent Cornucopias! I like the dried cranberries in them.

BethElderton said...

My family would LOVE the Easy Three-Ingredient Jalapeño Crescents
Mary Beth Elderton

BethElderton said...

The Apple Pie Crescents would be great for the dessert table.
Mary Beth Elderton

latanya t said...

I would make the mini crescent dogs

latanya t said...

I would make the bacon cheddar pinwheels.

Crystal Sell said...

The apple pie crescents look so delicious!

Crystal Sell said...

I'd also really love to try the bacon cheddar pinwheels. I love trying new and different recipes with Pillsbury dough products.

Crystal Sell said...

following you on pinterest as zoeybear20.

laborders2000 said...

I ahve boys and boys that love bacon. I would love to make them the bacon cheddar pinwheels.

Laura B said...

We always make pigs in a blanket with Pillsbury crescents for appetizers while we're making dinner.

Laura B said...

We always make pigs in a blanket with Pillsbury crescents for appetizers while we're making dinner.

Nikolina said...

These Sausage Crescent Cheese Balls look delicious!!!

Tammy Woodall said...

I would like to make the Sausage Crescent Cheese Balls.
These would be great as an appetizer. They look so tasty.

Tammy Woodall said...

The Apple Pie Crescents would make a great dessert for Thanksgiving. Each person has their favorites, and this one would definitely be a hit with many of them.

mary gardner said...

I would like to try the Bacon Cheddar Pinwheels. They look delicious and not too difficult to make.

mary gardner said...

I think my family would love to have the Apple Pie Crescents for dessert, but they would make a good breakfast as well.

samdaleo said...

I would love to make the Bacon Cheddar Pinwheels.

Thanks
Samantha (samdaleo)
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jeanne conner said...

I think this would be pretty easy and good to make. the Three-Ingredient Jalapeño Crescents.

Elizabeth Hostetler said...

I would make the Sausage Crescent Cheese Balls

Mary Cloud said...

I would love to make the Sausage Crescent Cheese Balls

james jenkins said...

I'd like to try, and think that I can manage, the Cheese and Bacon Pinwheels; their rolls have always seemed too salty for me when I've done them in the past, so bacon isn't going to help with that!

blakkis said...

The Bacon Cheddar Pinwheels look dope! Anything with bacon and cheese = awesome

blakkis said...

I also like the apple pie crescents recipe, my family would totally dig them

blakkis said...

I'm following you on Pinterest as spaltish

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