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Bob Evans® Sausage Pinwheels

Rated as 4.43 out of 5 Stars

"Sausage is rolled up in biscuit dough for a great hand-held snack. Perfect for a brunch buffet as well as being a delicious and economical recipe that everyone will love."
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Ingredients

30 m servings 65 cals
Original recipe yields 36 servings (36 appetizers)

Directions

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  1. Remove the crescent roll dough from the can. Do not separate rolls. On top of a piece of plastic wrap or aluminum foil, pinch the triangles together and then pinch the rectangles together to form a long rectangle that is about 18 x 4 inches, gently pulling dough as needed.
  2. Carefully spread the sausage in an even layer over the dough. Roll the dough lengthwise to form a long roll. Wrap in the plastic wrap or foil. Freeze for 15 minutes.
  3. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Using a serrated knife, cut dough into 1/2 inch thick slices. Place on ungreased baking sheet. Bake 15-20 minutes, or until the sausage is cooked through. Drain off any juices. Serve hot. Refrigerate leftovers.

Footnotes

  • Serving suggestion
  • This recipe may be doubled. Product may be frozen after slicing. When ready to serve, thaw slices in refrigerator and bake.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 65 calories; 4.7 g fat; 2.4 g carbohydrates; 1.8 g protein; 7 mg cholesterol; 153 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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We make this but with a much more flavorful twist. We buy two cans of Crescent Rolls. After cooking your roll of sausage (hot for more flavor) We then add an 8 oz block of Cream cheese,cubed int...

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Oh good golly. I didn't realize I could screw up such an elementary recipe. For starters, DON'T forget that "freeze for 15 minutes" bit. Even when I did that, my crescent rolls got too thin and ...

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We make this but with a much more flavorful twist. We buy two cans of Crescent Rolls. After cooking your roll of sausage (hot for more flavor) We then add an 8 oz block of Cream cheese,cubed int...

I make this often and my family loves it. I do cook the sausage before spreading on dough and I also add shredded cheddar.

I make pinwheels all the time using this same concept. The only difference is that I use deli turkey meat instead of sausage and I sprinkle on some cheddar cheese before rolling. They go great...

the trick is DON'T PRE-COOK the sausage! Roll the raw sausage (sage is great) on the crescent roll - or Grands biscuits (less greasy!) and then bake.

To give these a bit more flavor, add a little garlic powder and some dried parsley to the biscuit dough while mixing. I also sprinkled on a little grated cheddar cheese over top the sausage bef...

Oh good golly. I didn't realize I could screw up such an elementary recipe. For starters, DON'T forget that "freeze for 15 minutes" bit. Even when I did that, my crescent rolls got too thin and ...

These were delicious and very easy to make...a keeper!

Very easy...great for brunches.

Easy and delish!