Monday, October 26, 2009

Sausage Swirls

Fall has arrived here at the Cozy Kitchen. The leaves are falling. I love how these last few leaves are holding this sweet nest in place.
It's Blue Monday over at Smiling Sally's!

I have learned that the simplest pleasures bring the greatest joy. I've learned that it's nearly impossible for anyone to wake up in a bad mood on Sunday morning when they lazily wake up to the smell of Miss Paula Deen's sausage swirls wafting into their bedroom. Every time I passed one of my children in the house yesterday, I heard..."I love you mom".
These itty bitty bites make my family swoon.

{ this was one of two platters that I served. Both platters were gone in six minutes. I need to double this the next time! }


Mr. B even mentioned them several hours later as I was folding laundry.
I just smiled and my heart felt soooooo happy. I'm ready for fall, and cozy meals in the upcoming months. I like to serve these Christmas Eve morning, since they are so easy. You can even prepare them the night before, and pop them in the oven the next morning.

Sausage Swirls by Paula Deen
Two 8 oz cans refrigerated crescent dinner rolls
1 pound ground sausage ( I like Jimmy Dean Sage )

Separate 1 can of dough and form into 4 rectangles.

Firmly press perforations to seal.
Take the uncooked sausage and cut into 8 chunks.
Using 4 chunks of the sausage, spread thin layer on each rectangle.
Starting at the short end, roll each rectangle tightly into a cylinder. Repeat with other can of dough and sausage.
Place on a plate, cover with plastic wrap and chill until firm, about 30 minutes.
Cut each roll into 4 slices.

Preheat oven to 375.
Place sausage swirls 1/2 inch apart on ungreased baking sheet.
Bake 18-20 minutes.

*We love to dip them in mustard! Yum!

31 comments:

Cindy said...

Looks delicious! I wish I like sausage. Nice picture with the nest clinging on.
cindy

Joops said...

Oh I did not realized that it was a dough on top of blue thing until i read it..

Please join me in chasing fun with my son for Blue Monday!

Anncoo said...

This really looks good and best to go with a cup of hot coffee.

Grace said...

Hello Cozy Kitchen BY the Sea, I was just looking at photos of our beach day this past summer.
Very appetizing-looking food, sausage crescent rolls; and I love blue plates, too. Happy Blue Monday! I'll have to see what photos with blue I can post.

Sage said...

That really looks good; I know it would be enjoyed in this household; and easy to do.I am keeping this one thanks,
Rita

shopannies said...

I am sure those lil bites would please my family as well. What a beautiful sky

SmilingSally said...

My husband would love this. Thanks for sharing, and Happy Blue Monday!

chubskulit said...

Very creative with the dough.. i thought it was some kind of a frame hehehe..


Here's my first Blue Monday entry.

claudie said...

Oh my, I just saw a picture of your little bebe... what a doll, I have 6 of them... all different ages, rescues & senior rescues. ahhhhhhhh
Oh right, blue monday... I'm not a cook, so these look easy peasy.
Nice blue Cozy Kitchen.
Love Claudie
xoxo

Denise Marie said...

my family would love these bites.

Regina said...

Lovely and yummy.
Happy Blue Monday
"My Post Here"

Fifi Flowers said...

Ooooh those look delicious!!!

Mary said...

How tasty these look! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe with us. I hope you are having a wonderful Blue Monday.

Mayhem and Moxie said...

Your blog is simply amazing! I found your link through A Soft Place to Land last week and have been addicted to your site ever since. Hard to believe that so many different and absolutely wonderful blogs link up in one place every week.

I have so much to learn. :)

-Francesca

Catherine said...

Thank you for your nice coment!On Sunday morning i had 'CROISSANT',i will try your idea next week end it seams very good to me!tomorow i'll make the muffins ,i'll take a pictures of them!!!! i wish you a very good day . catherine

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Those look mighty good! Loved how you added the blue of the package for the post. Clever!

Happy Blue Monday...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Marice said...

awww those look yummy :)

u may view mine if u have time

Emily said...

Ooohhhhhh, SO yummy! Need to try these :) Thanks for your comment!

Anne said...

Okay Queen B, I can't decide what to comment on. These little swirls look so good, but the muffins sound sinfully delicious, and the chili looks perfect for fall. This is making me HUNGRY! :) Keep up the great work!

LuLu said...

can you come cook for my family too!!
:)
LuLu

MAISON CHAPLIN said...

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Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ said...

I love you too! How yummy! I bet they just smell divine - I'd wake up early for these!

Jo said...

My son would love these!

Jo

Velva said...

Wow, those look good! My family would love these for breakfast. This was a great recipe to share!

5 Star Foodie said...

sausage swirls sound so yummy, those would be very nice party appetizers!

the ungourmet said...

Yum! These would definitely be a big hit a my house too!

love lives in the kitchen said...

hi talented cook!
thank you for sharing another great recipe and nice pics!
have a sweet day!
justyna

Jessi said...

my husband LOVED these this morning! I checked your blog on my way out the door yesterday to go grocery shopping and surprised my husband with these this morning when he came home from PT! Since it's only the two of us I only did one can rolls and half the tube of sausage but OMG They were awesome! Thanks for the wonderful recipes keep up the great work!

Queen B. said...

Queen B. said...
Jessi-
Oh my gosh, I'm a bit teary.
That TRULY makes me soooooo HAPPY that you liked them, and that your hubby liked them !
They are so easy... yet you can see how HAPPY it made your hubby.
Awwwww....that's awesome :)
THANKS FOR LETTING ME KNOW.
It's comments from readers like you that keep me inspired to continue to post my favortie recipes here at the COZY KITCHEN :)

Kristin said...

Paula Deen does no wrong in my book. These sound delish!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

It's a cold day in Michigan and I would love it if you'd send over a basket of these goodies! (HeHe!) They look fabulous! Thanks for sharing!

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