Y’all, it’s Sunday night, where has this weekend gone?! My husband’s off-weekends seem to go faster than the others anyway, but man, this one has been CRAZY! My Friday night was spent shopping and making monogrammed cups for my husband’s employees for their Christmas gifts and if you know me then you already know I’m not a ‘crafty’ person but, hey, they loved them! Saturday night was the infamous work Christmas party for my hubby and we had a blast and I even made a new friend, and that’s hard when you’re an adult AND a stay at home mom, though, I wouldn’t trade my ‘job’ for the world. Today, my poor baby girl woke up with no voice and guys, that is the most pitiful thing I’ve ever heard in my life, a baby with no voice, breaks my heart. Thankfully, she’s the happiest sick child I’ve ever seen. Now for the cooking part of my crazy weekend, I woke up this morning to my hubby requesting sausage casserole. Now, this recipe actually came from my best friend, Michelle, and it’s become one of my favorites and was a total hit in our house. The title of this recipe needs some work, but, when food is this good, I don’t think the title really matters as much. It’s popular in my house for breakfast, lunch and dinner because it’s EASY, there are literally three ingredients, ready? Let’s go! I hope you enjoy it and be prepared to be asked for the recipe!
Prep time: 20
Cook time: 20
Total time: 40
1. 16oz of ground pork sausage (mild or hot)
2. 2 cans of crescent roll dough
3. 8oz block of cream cheese
1. Preheat oven to 425°f
2. Spray a 9×13 baking dish with cooking spray
3. Using one can of the crescent rolls, press together the perforations to make a solid crust to cover the bottom of your baking dish, do the same with the other can of dough and set it aside
4. Crumble and brown the sausage over high to medium high heat, drain the grease when it’s done and really brown
5. Once the sausage is drained and dark brown, add in the block of cream cheese and mix until the two are well combined
6. Pour the mixture over the crescent dough in the baking dish, spread it as even as you can and top it with the other crescent dough
7. Bake for about 18-20 minutes or until the top crescent dough is a golden brown color and crisp
8. Serve hot and enjoy!
I never said it was good for you, just that it was good! This recipe is the ultimate comfort food and would be absolutely amazing at a brunch!