Rotel Sausage Crescents: It only takes four ingredients and a few simple steps to make these delectable Rotal sausage & Cream Cheese Crescents!
These Rotel Sausage and Cream Cheese Crescents are always a huge hit at potlucks and parties. It’s not a surprise that we never have any leftovers! The best part of this recipe is the filling can be made ahead for much quicker prep. These crescents are awesome for breakfast or to serve as an appetizer. Everyone will go crazy over these bad boys!
The BEST Easy Appetizer
Quick! Whip up some of these Rotel Sausage & Cream Cheese Crescents. These 4-ingredient crescents are amazing! It’s a regular on our holiday menu and they fly fast! These are also great for breakfast or parties!
What You Need To Make These Rotel Sausage Crescents:
Rotel tomatoes: Make sure to completely drain and squeeze out any excess liquid using paper towels.
Roll breakfast sausage: Use Jimmy Dean sausage or substitute with turkey sausage.
Cream cheese: Use low-fat if desired.
Refrigerated crescent rolls: You can use reduced-fat crescent rolls.
To make this recipe gluten-free (you should use this ingredient instead):
- Use gluten-free crescent rolls such as General Mills.
Steps To Make Rotel Sausage Crescents
Step 1: Begin cooking the breakfast sausage.
Step 2: Then, drain the grease and add the cream cheese and drained Rotel tomatoes. Stir well.
Step 3: In half, cut the refrigerated crescent rolls.
Step 4: On top of each roll, place the sausage mixture.
Step 5: Roll up each roll and place them on a baking sheet.
Step 6: Bake for 15 minutes at 375 degrees F oven until golden brown.
These quick crescent snacks are excellent for brunch or gatherings. I’ve even had these for dinner while watching football and movies. I’m really hooked on these things!
I love serving these bites plain, but they are also excellent when dipped in Ranch dressing or homemade salsa. If you are feeling adventurous, serve these crescent rolls with spinach queso for dipping.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make the filling a day before?
Yes! Once cooled, keep in the fridge (for up to 3 days) until ready to assemble the crescents.
How can I make the ingredients blend evenly?
You can pulse the cooked sausage in a food processor until very finely chopped.
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