Super Savory Sausage Buns

Gina Davis


Ok I have to admit that this recipe is SO SUPER SIMPLE! BUT they PACK the flavor for-sure! AND my Hubby and all of my kids and their other halves ask for this all the time! (still don't know why they don't make these for themselves LOL) I have to make these 5=6 times each month! Great for them fast fix dinners and really great on Football Sundays!

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Well I make 24 at a time and that is never enough lol
30 Min
15 Min


1 can(s)
refrigerated crescent rolls
sausage patties cooked and cooled
mustard your choice on the style and flavor
sliced pepper jack cheese or the cheese of your choice


1Pre-heat oven to 375 degree
2Cook sausage patties until just done. Set aside on plate to start cooling.
3Cut sliced Pepper Jack cheese slice into 4's. Set aside
4Unroll refrigerated Crescent Rolls and break apart at the perforation. (I got some really whop-eyed crescents today lol)
5Place 1 (one) sausage patty on each Crescent roll.
6Add a dollop of Mustard to the sausage patty
7Place 1 to 2 slices cheese or more if you like (I do 2 slices of cut cheese per roll) Cheddar and every other cheese I have used works great on these buns but we really love peppers in our house lol
8Fold crescent as best you can around the sausage, mustard and cheese. I fold top corners and then fold up the tail over that. But they never come out perfect so I just try to get it around it somehow lol
9Place buns on a baking sheet lined or sprayed with cooking spray.
10Place into oven and Bake for 15 to 20 minutes until nice and brown and cheese is good and gooey.
11Cool and serve by themselves or with anything you think will go great with them! I serve them with Tornado Toothpicks (deep fried Jalapenos)

About Super Savory Sausage Buns

Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids