So many of us are fretting over what to make for holiday breakfast and brunch dishes. Stressing how quick and easy this recipe is should relieve any unneeded pressure you are putting on yourself.
This simply easy and delicious sausage crescent roll recipe tastes like you spent hours in the kitchen. With amazing taste, and only four ingredients, it’s perfect for any occasion, but better yet, even the kids can make it.
As you perfect your own rendition of this easy, yet basic sausage roll, feel free to dress it up with your own ingredients and add your own extra fancy touches. It’s just so good.
(If you prefer not to use pre-purchased dough, feel free to make your own using the dough from my homemade Butterhorn Recipe, and substitute it for the crescent rolls.)
Sausage Crescent Rolls/ Bars Recipe
- 2 packages crescent rolls (I love stocking up when on sale)
- 1 lb pork sausage, browned & drained (hot or regular)
- 2 eggs
- 1 c shredded cheddar cheese
Preheat oven to 350.
Break 2 eggs into medium-sized bowl, and beat together. Add cooked sausage and cheese. Mix well.
In greased 9×13, spread out one package of crescent rolls. Pinch seams.
Spread sausage mix over crescent roll.
Spread out another package of crescent rolls on top of sausage mix. Pinch seams.
Bake 25 min, until top is golden.
This looks really good! Will definitely give it a try! Thanks!
This looks wonderful! I love things like this, thanks!
I’ve had this with cream cheese instead of eggs and it was yumm-o! I will have to try this! My men would love it!
Love this recipe! I use the maple flavored sausage and it takes like the crescent rolls were soaked in syrup! Yummy!
I need a new idea for Christmas morning breakfast… my kiddos don’t like eggs ~ can you believe it? This would be a great addition to our table. Thanks for posting.
OMG these look SOOO GOOD. What a good idea! I’m always trying to figure out what to make my family for breakfast and we get tired of the same old thing, but this is a GREAT idea to provide a little variety. Definitely going to try this recipe out! Thanks for sharing!
This recipe looks so mouth-watering. Would love to eat it right now!
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Does this warm up well?
I want to make this recipe…would it be okay to put it all together the night before then bake it the next day???? Just wondering! 🙂 Sounds great!
I would recommend you cook up the sausage the night before, but assemble the rest in the morning. It’s really so easy and you can put it together very quickly, so you can just do it in the morning.
oh shoot…I already did it last night…do you think it will be okay???
How can it not be ok with sausage, eggs and crescent rolls? Right? 😉 Let me know how it works out. You can be our experiment. 🙂
Looks really good. I woder, if you wanted to get fancy could you roll it up, then slice and bake it so it looks like a pinwheel?
ABsolutely – that would be perfect for entertaining.
Do you cook the egg? Or does it cook in the oven on it’s own?
It cooks in the oven. It’s so yummy!
Can this recipe be cooked, then frozen and reheated for consumption?
So sorry Michelle – I never saw your question way back when. Hope you enjoyed it.