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Renee's Winning Sausage Bites

Updated: 01/31/2014 8:23 PM
Created: 01/31/2014 2:58 PM WDIO.com

1 pkg of Jimmy Dean sausage (Can use the reduced fat kind)
1 8oz pkg of Cream Cheese. (Can use the reduced fat kind)
1-2 pkgs of Pillsbury Crescent rolls

Brown sausage until mostly cooked. Add cream cheese to pan, and mix well. Press the crescent roll dough together. (Two of the triangles together make a nice rectangle). Then cut all the rectangles into six little squares. Place the squares into a greased mini muffin tin. Add a spoonful of sausage mix in the center of each square. Bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown. You can make the sausage mix ahead of time.

Sometimes you’ll have leftovers of the mix, and it’s good for breakfast burritos!

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