These Easy homemade sausage rolls are made with flaky and crisp store-bought pie crust instead of the traditional, doughy store-bought puff pastry roll. Mini Sausage rolls are similar to the famous British sausage rolls but fun-sized and have a snappy attitude.
These are in the top 5 of my favorite easy appetizers to serve as great anytime finger food snack, game day party food, or a quick grab-and-go breakfast. Everything but the Bagel Seasoning tops these fun-size pie crust sausage rolls for an extra layer of savory goodness.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE THIS RECIPE
This homemade sausage roll recipe uses store-bought pie crust and pre-cooked breakfast sausage. No need to mix up a sausage filling or homemade pastry dough. It’s quick and easy to put together.
Everything But the Bagel seasoning adds a special topping touch that’s full of savory sesame seeds, coarse black pepper, onion powder and flakes, and garlic powder. Easy, already done seasoning ready in just a few shakes.
Using a boxed pie crust instead of a ready-made puff pastry gives these rolls a crisp snap instead of a soft, doughy texture. You will never have a soggy bottom on these mini sausage rolls.
These almost homemade sausage rolls can be assembled and cooked ahead of time. Store in an airtight container in the freeze for a quick breakfast or snack. Just heat them up in the air fryer or microwave.
The best thing about these popular snacks is mixing bowls are not required! Just a biscuit cutter, a large skillet, and a baking sheet.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO MAKE MINI SAUSAGE ROLLS
Breakfast Link Sausage: chicken, pork, or Vegan pre-cooked breakfast sausage
Use a standard-size biscuit cutter and breakfast-size sausage. The circle of crust and cylinder shape of sausage is a perfect equal portions match.
The egg wash step is optional, but it really adds a snap and golden crust color. Plus, it helps the seasoning stick better.
HOW TO SERVE THESE DELICIOUS HOMEMADE SAUSAGE ROLLS
Serve these as finger food with Jalapeno Ranch Dressing, honey mustard sauce, barbeque sauce, or delicious queso Rotel dip.
Perfect for a quick holiday breakfast with scrambled eggs and fruit.
HOW TO STORE
Freeze ahead of time cooked or uncooked
Pre-assembled and uncooked: Follow Steps 1 through 5 then freeze on a flat sheet for about 45 minutes. Transfer to a Ziplock freezer bag and store for up to 2 months. Unthaw for about 30 minutes at room temperature then sprinkle with Everything But the Bagel seasoning. Spray tops with spray oil and then cook as directed above.
Already cooked: Store in a freezer-safe, air-tight container, with parchment paper in between the layers. Heat up in the microwave or thaw out, then warm up in the oven on low heat.