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Breakfast Pattie Sliders with Cheese

Rated as 4.44 out of 5 Stars
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"Breakfast is a breeze for on-the-go people with these easy breakfast sausage sliders using refrigerated biscuit dough and Johnsonville® turkey breakfast sausage patties."
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Ingredients

30 m servings 279
Original recipe yields 8 servings (8 sliders)

Directions

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  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a nonstick muffin pan with cooking spray.
  2. Remove biscuit dough from can. Separate 8 uncooked biscuits. Divide each biscuit into two even layers, horizontally.
  3. Place the bottom dough layers in the muffin pan; top each with cheese and a sausage patty.
  4. Place the top dough layers on top of each sausage patty.
  5. Bake for 18-20 minutes or until golden brown and the biscuit is fully baked.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 279 calories; 18.6 18.5 9.8 29 804 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

These were absolutely delicious and so simple and quick and easy to make. These are items that are always in my refrigerator. I can now make them anytime. Thanks for a great recipe!

Most helpful critical review

Been making these for a very long time . Wouldn't consider this a (recipe) to be honest. Everything is already made you just assemble. This is more of a assembly lol

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These were absolutely delicious and so simple and quick and easy to make. These are items that are always in my refrigerator. I can now make them anytime. Thanks for a great recipe!

These were very simple to make even with making my own biscuit dough. I found uncooked Johnsonville sausage patties in my store so I just cooked them up prior to assembling. They were the perfe...

Been making these for a very long time . Wouldn't consider this a (recipe) to be honest. Everything is already made you just assemble. This is more of a assembly lol

Easy peasy! A good breakfast to make a bunch of and freeze for my kids. Great with homemade biscuits too, which I generally do so I can a gluten free version.

These are way too easy! I doubled up on the cheese because the one little square of cheese looked so lonely! I served them with taco sauce from our local beach cafe just to help send them over t...

These are so simple to make, and really good. A couple of things to note . . . the Johnsonville® original recipe breakfast sausage that I found in the shape of patties in my store were NOT fully...

These were so quick, easy, and delicious! Talk about a true one pan meal! I plan on making another batch for quick grab and go breakfast during the week! Hint: if you want to add eggs to your sa...

Ridiculously easy. I cannot believe that I've had these items sitting in my freezer and never put them together.. awesome for those busy school mornings . Make extra... you could freeze them. O...

These were really good and so easy to put together. Will try again with different sausages. They reheat in the microwave really well an very quickly. Going to try freezing a big batch.