This is a recipe born out of laziness and extreme hunger. This past Sunday I woke up absolutely starving. The kind of 'I need to eat right this very second' type of hunger that makes your stomach rumble and hurt. I looked around the kitchen, and realized I didn't have much. What I did find was some frozen sausage links, and a small tube of crescent rolls. Perfect!
I hesitate to call this a 'recipe' since it's so stupidly simple, but eh...what the hell. It's a quick breakfast or snack idea that some people may not have thought to do. And it's a great recipe for kids (though I would recommend putting some syrup in a small dish and letting them pick these up and dip them into the syrup...a little less messy).
I really liked these...they were quick, easy, and most importantly, filled my belly! Heath didn't try one though...said they were missing some bacon. I wasn't sure what he was talking about, but he said if it were him, he would have wrapped the sausage links with bacon before rolling them in the crescent rolls....yeeeaaahhh. I'm all set with that. I may not be the healthiest eater out there, but I draw the line at wrapping my sausage in bacon!
'Sausage Stuffed Crescents'
Source: It's what I had available
1 tube of crescent rolls
1 box of frozen sausage links
(I use Banquet, in the yellow box. There's 10 per box)
1. Heat oven to 375.Warm sausage in the microwave for 20-40 seconds (depending on how many you're making).
2. Unroll the crescents and separate triangles. Place one sausage link at the base of each triangle and roll up as usual. Place on a greased baking sheet and bake 7-9 minutes, or until crescents are golden brown.
3. Top with maple syrup.