Sweet Sausage Rolls Recipe
- 1 tube (8 ounces) refrigerated crescent rolls
- 24 miniature smoked sausage links
- 1/2 cup butter, melted
- 1/2 cup chopped nuts
- 3 tablespoons honey
- 3 tablespoons brown sugar
- 1. Unroll crescent dough and separate into triangles; cut each lengthwise into three triangles. Place sausages on wide end of triangles; roll up tightly.
- 2. Combine the remaining ingredients in an 11-in. x 7-in. baking dish. Arrange sausage rolls, seam side down, in butter mixture. Bake, uncovered, at 400° for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown. Yield: 2 dozen.
1 appetizer: 128 calories, 10g fat (4g saturated fat), 16mg cholesterol, 194mg sodium, 8g carbohydrate (5g sugars, 0 fiber), 2g protein.
Reviews for Sweet Sausage Rolls
"Didn't fit in a 11x7-inch pan as directed in the recipe. Had to use 2 pans. Would use a 9x13-inch pan next time around."
"I may add a little Pepper jelly"
"Every guest loves these. They disappear within minutes of emerging from the oven."
"A favorite appetizer and everyone always loves! Good with both pecans or walnuts. Can get ready in advance by making wiener wraps, place on separate plate and refrigerate then place on butter/nut mixture just before baking."
"I have made this recipe numerous times, and it always gets raves and request for the recipe. I use white Karo syrup instead of the honey. I always double the recipe, but I don't double the melted butter. I use about 3/4 cup when I double it."
"Have made these numerous times & they're always a hit. They're a fun, very tasty appetizer. I give it 5 stars. (The star rating isn't available for me on this recipe for some reason??)"
"I have made this recipe more times than I can count and I never come home with any leftovers! So good!!"
"I couldn't help but notice that the Nutrition Police are citing recipes again."
"I made it for a football party and it was the first thing gone. I made it again for Super Bowl and it was the first thing gone. Everyone loved it. What I've also done is turned them over so that both side will get the sauce."
"Love this recipe...everyone asks for it...My 2001 Magazine is well worn..i've been making this recipe since it was 1st in that issue. If I don't make it I get into trouble! It is a family favorite! Yummy!"
"I made these as a party snack as a change from the standard crescent roll recipe. They were very good, but we had leftovers. That's when we made the discovery these are EXCELLENT breakfast food! Like little pancakes and sausage. You can make these the night before for a quick tasty breakfast. Yummy."
"I began making these when I saw them in TofH a decade ago. I made Fluffy Whole Wheat biscuits in short strips to wrap the smokies in. Absolutely delish!"
"They were gone shortly after taking them out of the oven. very good"
"I've made these several times, and everyone loves them! To some folks, the combination of ingredients seems strange--- until they taste them. The rolls really are "addicting"! Do try them---they are a great "sweet and savory" appetizer or snack."
"I don't know what happened, the star rating won't work...but I would give it 5 stars!"
"This recipe is always a hit at pot lucks and parties. A whole package of lil smokies takes 2 rolls of crescent rolls. I make them in 1 pan, but don't quite double the glaze. If you melt the butter in the pan first, then add the sugar and honey, mix well, then add the nuts and mix again, you can put the lil sausage rolls on the top and refrigerate the whole thing. Just remember to add cooking time, since you are starting with a cold pan. This is one of my most requested recipes."
"My daughter made these for me several years ago and I've been making them ever since. They didn't even sound good when she told me the ingredients but she really sold us on them. Now whenever I make them, EVERYONE wants the recipe. They don't take much time and are so yummy!"