This recipe is one of the easiest, quickest appetizer recipes that you can make almost last minute and they’re a huge crowd pleaser. I don’t know if it was my grandma or my Aunt Linda (hey y’all!) who came up with this first, but everyone loves them.
Book club? Take these. Pot luck? You’ll be popular. For your (in)significant other? He/She’ll put a ring on it.
Okay that last one was probably exaggerating. But if anyone does get engaged after making these, I need to know immediately so I can pass them out to all male suitors in a 5 mile radius.
But seriously. 2 ingredients.
And the leftovers taste really good cold for breakfast. Just sayin’.
Sausage Pinwheels (makes 30-35 pieces)
2 9” pie crusts (store bought or homemade)
1 tube pork sausage (I like sage-flavored, but maple would be great at brunch)
Roll the pie crust to as much of a rectangular shape as you possibly can. Spread half the tube of sausage onto one pie crust and roll up into a log. Cut into slices gently using a serrated knife. Reshape the pinwheels if necessary. Repeat with the second pie crust and the remaining sausage. Bake at 375* for 25 minutes or until the sausage is cooked and the crust is light brown.
Yeah, it really is that simple.