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Sweet Sausage Rolls

"'It's hard to stop eating these savory sausage rolls in a sweet nutty glaze,' says Lori Cabuno of Poland, Ohio."
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40 m servings
Original recipe yields 12 servings

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  1. Unroll crescent dough and separate into triangles; cut each lengthwise into three triangles. Place a sausage on the long end and roll up tightly; set aside. Combine the remaining ingredients in an 11-in. x 7-in. x 2-in. baking dish. Arrange sausage rolls, seam side down, in butter mixture. Bake, uncovered, at 400 degrees F for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.

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These are a HUGE HIT! This goes very quickly everytime I make them. To make my life easier, I use puff pastry and cut it into 1" strips and then cut that to about 2" lengths (long enough to ju...

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Too sweet for us. I've tried other recipes where you bake crescents in sauce and they always turn out mushy on the bottom. If you like your cresents crisp, I'd try baking the crescants and thi...

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These are a HUGE HIT! This goes very quickly everytime I make them. To make my life easier, I use puff pastry and cut it into 1" strips and then cut that to about 2" lengths (long enough to ju...

So I was tasked with bringing a “savory” food dish to our swim team’s hospitality room during a recent two-day swim meet. Since the meet started at 8 a.m., I wanted to bring something “breakfas...

This is a strange combination of ingredients that makes a great appetizer. I make two pans- one with and one without nuts. I use Lil' Smokies for the sausage and it takes a little over a can and...

I made these for an appetizer.Awesome. I could see even using breakfest sausage for a brunch get together. Will make again. Very easy to put together,[ they don't have to be perfect triangles.]

Everyone at our get together loved these. I made as directed but poured the sauce over the top before cooking. Will definately make these again!

Havent made these yet myself...but a friend made them and I couldnt resist eating more than my share! Perfect salty and sweet combo.

Folks devoured them. I cut the crescents into smaller strips to try to cover all of the smokie links in the package. Once I ran out, I tossed any extra links into the dish and baked as directe...

Wonderful appetizer! Loaded with flavor and sweet gooey goodness. Made as ingredients posted, the only thing I did different was poured the mixture over the rolled crescents rather than put on...

Too sweet for us. I've tried other recipes where you bake crescents in sauce and they always turn out mushy on the bottom. If you like your cresents crisp, I'd try baking the crescants and thi...