Sausage and Cheese Crescents {Recipe}

Family parties to me {in part} mean appetizers. Well, they mean love and joy and all of that too, but that all happens while we crowd around the island eating appetizers. Sometimes we have appetizer cook offs where we compete against each other but most times, it ends up being an island full of Mama H’s specialties (buff chix dip, stromboli, grape meatballs) and other fun ones we are trying.

Last week was C’s birthday and so once again we came together over our appetizers. This time I tried out a new one that included a new(er) obsession, cheese.

Today I am linking up with a bunch of lovely and talented ladies. We are creating a New Years Eve Party Plan and this is  one stop. Sausage and Cheese Crescents would make a perfect app for New Years Eve or any other gathering that you need to head out to as you can make them up ahead of time and then bake when you get there. I introduce to you, Sausage and Cheese Crescents.

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Find a homemade crescent recipe like this one or if you are in more of a rush, grab crescent dough.

Saute some breakfast style sausage (we get ours from Paul and Ember at Country Time Farm) with onions.

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Dice some cheddar cheese (I used Kerrygold’s Dubliner but man I can think of some local cheeses that I can’t wait to try in this recipe!).

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Add about 4 cubes of cheddar and a spoonful and a half of the sausage mix to a crescent.

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**One of my very favorite things about these crescents is that you can add just about anything to change it up a bit. This time I added radicchio that we had from last week’s share! YUM!

Roll up your crescent dough so that it is sealed.

Bake at 350 for ~15-17 minutes until golden brown on top.

Enjoy!!

NYE Party Menu

This is just one recipe for the ultimate New Year’s Eve Party menu! We’ve got your whole plan set for you! Here’s the complete list of recipes and ideas to make your party amazing:

Amazing Appetizers:

NYE Steak Bites: Cindy from Whatever Works
Baked Brie: Erica from No Sleep Til College
Antipasta Bars: Lindsay from Naughty Mommy
Sausage and Cheese Crescents: Lauryn from The Vintage Mom
Brown Sugar Sausages: Carrie from Chockababy

The Perfect Sweet:

Pumpkin White Chocolate Tarts: Heather from Real: The Kitchen and Beyond

Memorable Activity for Kids:

New Year’s Eve Ideas for Kids: Barb from A Life in Balance

Check out the whole party plan and let me know what you’ve got planned for the New Year!

 

 

About Lauryn Blakesley


A woman out to explore, celebrate, and enjoy everything that my community and living locally has to offer. Blessed with three beautiful children and an incredible husband, our family embraces adventure while dreaming of what is to come. Lover of knitting, running (although mostly after little ones right now), the color orange, fun accessories, fall, tea, and a clean kitchen floor. I spend my days in awe of my family and trying to teach my three to treat others as they would want to be treated.

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  1. Mmmm, these sound great! I might even make them for New Year’s Day brunch!
    Cindy recently posted…NYE Steak BitesMy Profile

  2. These sounds really good. These might be on my NYE menu. Still finishing it off.
    Hether M recently posted…Pumpkin White Chocolate TartsMy Profile

  3. These look super easy – and no plate required! Love that!
    Erica recently posted…Comment on Easy Baked Brie Recipe by New Year’s Eve Activity for Kids: “My Favorites for 2013” Banner | A Life in BalanceMy Profile

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