How to Make Sausage Pinwheels
This sausage pinwheels recipe is probably one of the easiest recipes you could whip up. It is perfect for breakfast, game day, appetizers, or just a good hearty snack!
When I have taken these to parties people have hemmed and hawed about how good they look and taste. Those that have made them though, know the secret. It’s only two ingredients!
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Ingredients for Sausage Pinwheels
- An 8 ounce can of crescent rolls
- About a 1/2 pound of breakfast sausage.
Note: We only use turkey sausage now. I love the Jennie-O Brand.
- Roll out your dough onto a lightly greased surface and press the seams together to seal them.
- Spread your sausage over the dough, leaving about 1/2 inch edge all around.
- Roll that up as if you’re making cinnamon rolls, pressing the roll together a bit as you do so.
- Cut it into about 12 slices. Some folks swear by using dental floss or thread to cut these slices but I’ve honestly just never seen a problem with using a knife and that seems the simplest solution to me.
- Place slices about an inch or so apart on a greased baking sheet and bake at 350 for 15-17 minutes, or until golden brown.
Now it can’t get much easier than that y’all…ENJOY!
- 1 can Crescent Rolls
- 1/2 pound roll turkey breakfast sausage Mild or Hot
- Roll out crescent roll dough onto lightly greased surface (I use a baking sheet or cutting board). Press seams together.
- Spread sausage with a knife all over top of dough, leaving about 1/2 inch space free on the edges all around.
- Roll up dough cinnamon roll style, pressing together as you do so.
- Cut into 12 slices. Place on greased baking sheet, about an inch apart to allow for expanding, and bake at 350 for 15-17 minutes, or until golden brown.
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