Ready in 45 minutes
Quick and simple to make, these are real crowd pleasers at a party or office gathering.
"Instead of using crescent rolls. I use the flaky biscuits
Peel biscuits apart at "flakes" some may be thicker than others but that's ok. (I use the hill shire little smokies with cheese) roll little smokie"
Top-ranked recipe named "Mini Crescent Smokies"
Pre-heat your oven to 375F.Drain and dry the sausages with a paper towel.Cut each slice of cheese into 16 small portions (about 1/2 inch square)Lay out the crescent roll dough on a board and cut each triangle into 4 slender triangles.Place a piece of cheese on the large end of each dough triangle.Starting at the large end, wrap each triangle of dough around a sausage then roll it lightly on the counter or board to even the dough out. Both ends of the sausage should show through.Place them in rows on an ungreased backing sheet.Bake them for 11 - 15 minutes until they are lightly browned.Remove and let cool slightly before serving.
If you're preparing for a party you can make these the day before and put the unbaked sausages in the refrigerator for up to a day. Bake them just as guests are arriving.
These also travel well in their baked form for taking to pot-lucks for other gatherings.
kennyward710 3 months agoVery good!
ellenryan 1 year ago
MinnaPepina 1 year agoI used real cheese but this recipe was fabulous and so easy to do on the fly! Everyone liked it very much, was just what I was looking for!
felicia-jasongale 1 year ago
twisted1331 1 year ago
jeannemasur 1 year agoSounds good!
michaelherndon 1 year ago
Lester68 1 year agoInstead of using crescent rolls. I use the flaky biscuits Peel biscuits apart at 'flakes' some may be thicker than others but that's ok. (I use the hill shire little smokies with cheese) roll little smokies
haleywade-stratton 1 year ago
brit4589 1 year agoGood