Yeah, Hubby's cool.

Note: This is a recipe post. It's a Hubby recipe, so proceed with caution. Haha, I kid, I kid. Sometimes I think he's a better cook than me. Anyway, this is probably the easiest, most effortless recipe ever, so kids - you should definitely try this at home. 

Sausage Rolls

Preheat oven to 390 degrees. Makes 6 sausage rolls.

Ingredients
6 small sausages (you can use breakfast sausages - we use mini bratwurst. Gotta love Germany!)
1 package of pre-made rolled out pastry dough (like a pie crust - again, in Germany we use Bl├Ątterteig)
Cheese - as much as you feel like using

Recipe
1. Open your pastry dough, and cut it into 6 equal parts. 
2. Place a sausage on each part of the dough. 
3. Sprinkle as much cheese as you want about an inch away from the sausage. 
4. Roll the sausages up all nice and tight. 
5. Cut slits in the top of each of your rolls.
6. Pop those puppies in the oven and relax for 20-25 minutes while they bake right up. 
7. Once they're golden brown, take them out, and enjoy! 

And now for some shameless bragging on the Hubs: 
Hubby has a good great amazing voice. Don't take it from me - check out this YouTube video. Or any of the videos on his channel

Random Happening of the Day:
I almost had a heart attack when I was closing a window in our apartment and a large spider fell onto my hand. At first I just brushed it off, but then as soon as I realized what it was, I freaked out. I killed it as quickly as possible, but was pretty much in tears bc I was so freaked out. Yeah, I'm deathly afraid of bugs, especially spiders. 

Yeah, I don't really have much to talk about today. Sorry bout that! 

Happy Wednesday, people! 

3 comments:

Stesha said...

those look so yummy!!!

xo
Classic & Bubbly

Whitney & Devin said...

Aw I love that its your hubby's recipe! My husband only has one recipe that I know of... and he only made it when we were dating ha!

Julianna, Jade, Janae, Jamie said...

Those do look good! I'm so hungry now haha! So glad to have you as a part of our part and happy to be a part of yours! :)