♥ “Sacissons” A Dutch Favorite! ✽♥ Be

♥ “Sacissons” A Dutch Favorite!
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This is an old Dutch favourite for years and years and years.

Ingredients;

2 cans Grands Muffins (your choice of flavor, I like Sour Dough) Or make your own dough
1 bag Brown Sugar
Wax paper to roll it out on
2 pounds Sausage Bulk or you can use breakfast sausage also
Rolling pin

NOTE: Do not use flour at all. it will dry out the dough and won’t stick together.

Pre heat oven to 350 degrees

Step 1;
lay wax paper down on counter. put one of the dough rounds on the wax paper, fold the wax paper over the dough or just use another piece of wax paper over top of dough and roll it out so it is about 3~4 inches round. Take the sausage link (or bulk) and place it in center of dough as shown in step 1.

Step 2;
Put a handful of brown sugar on top of sausage.

Step 3;
Take each side in the center first and over lap them pinching them together. This sets it so it is easier to bring the rest of the dough up. Continue bringing the dough up until it is all together.

Step 4;
Place each one on a large cookie sheet side by side, Seams up. Put in pre heated oven for 30~ 35 minutes until they are golden and the brown sugar is going out the ends.

Step 5;
ENJOY!!!

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