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    • Smoky Mini Mummies

      Wrapping Paper-smokymummies1.jpg These delicious morsels of smoky sausage are wrapped wrapped in a crescent roll "mummy cloth". These take just a few minutes to throw together and the kids will be more than happy to help.


      You'll Need:

      1 1lb pkg smoked sausages
      1 pkg crescent rolls

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      Preheat the oven to 375F

      Unroll the crescent rolls and cut them into thin strips.

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      Wrap the strips around the sausage, leaving a space for the "face".

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      Continue wrapping until all the sausages are wrapped. Place them on parchment paper about an inch apart and bake for 8-12 minutes or until golden brown.

      Time got away from me on this one and I cooked them a touch too long! Add a couple drops of mustard for the eyes!

      Arrange on a serving platter and serve immediately.
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