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Nick's Spinwheels

Fast, Easy,Yum!
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Nick's Spinwheels
A few spin wheels added to sliced fruit on a pretty plate and VOILA! A meal fit for an elegant yacht prepared in your galley with your toaster oven.
This can be an appetizer or a breakfast treat! Bite sized so no need for silverware.

1 can crescent rolls

1/2 lb breakfast pork sausage roll (like Jimmy Dean)

Shredded cheese *optional for appetizers

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Take crescent rolls and roll out flat. Try to seal the seams with wet fingertips but if you miss a bit don't worry, this is very forgiving.

Next take sausage- use 1/2 lb for an 8 pack of crescents. Fingers work well here to spread the sausage over the dough. Leave about 1/2 inch of dough uncovered on the end of the flat sheet of dough.

If you don't like to get messy try spreading the sausage in between 2 sheets of wax paper then slide it on top of the dough.

Once the sausage is lying on top of the dough start rolling it like a jelly roll, using the uncovered 1/2inch on the end to seal it. Now you have a sausage roll. You may use immediately or refrigerate this overnight. If you refrigerate, wrap roll in wax paper and slice later when you are ready to bake.

Slice into 1/4 inch "wheels" and place on ungreased cookie sheet. If you will serve this as an appetizer consider sprinkling shredded cheese on top or your favorite spicy seasoning.

Bake for 15-20 minutes or until the dough becomes golden brown. Serve with Fritattas and fruit on a plate. To be really decadent spread marmalade or your favorite jelly on top. Yum!


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