Sausage and cream cheese biscuit bites

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I make the recipe below for sausage and cream cheese biscuit bites everytime I'm invited to a potluck or block party for two major reasons. First of all, no one else ever makes these. Everyone always brings a cheese dip or a pinwheel. These biscuit bites are totally unique! The other reason? I try to find any excuse to pop a few of these bites in my mouth. They're super savory and totally satisfying.
If you're running short on time, make this recipe the night before. Then reheat them the next day for the party. They almost taste better this way, but beware - your family might try to steal a few bites the night before! If you're going somewhere that has an extra outlet, you can hot hold these snacks in a slow cooker on the "Warm" setting.
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Sausage and cream cheese biscuit bites
40 bites
15 minutes
10 minutes
25 minutes
2 (6-ounce) tubes refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
1/2 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
1 teaspoon dried oregano
2 teaspoons grated Parmesan cheese
10 (0.5-ounce) sausage links, cooked
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
On a floured worksurface, roll out the 10 biscuits until they become 4-inch rounds.
In a small bowl, mix the cream cheese with the dried oregano and Parmesan cheese.
Equally diving the cream cheese mixture between the 10 biscuits, place a dollop in the center of the round and spread it out evenly on the dough.
Place a sausage link on top of the cream cheese. Roll the dough up around the sausage link.
Cut each rolled sausage into four pieces and place a toothpick in each one so the dough stays rolled around the sausage.
Place the bites on an ungreased baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes, until golden brown.
Remove the toothpicks and serve.
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