Guest Post from Princess Allie!
Dinner! Easy as 1,2,3! It doesn’t matter if you have yourself or an entire herd of guests to feed! This meal is sure to please! My mom called this “worm” because it doesn’t quite fit horizontal on the cookie sheet so you have to twist it in just a tad making it a “worm” shape! Family, friends, and neighbors would all request this delight! After having my own flock of children, I find this recipe my go-to recipe for a meal that all will enjoy!
You will need your favorite bread recipe, any loaf bread or dinner roll recipe will do!
Aside from the ingredients you will use for your bread recipe, you will also need:
- 1 lb breakfast sausage
- 2-4 cups mozzarella cheese (shredded)
- garlic salt (optional)
- marinera sauce or ranch for dipping (optional)
PreHeat Oven 350* or whatever your bread recipe calls for.
Prepare your bread recipe just as the instructions state all the way through the rising process.
While the dough is rising, you will need to shred 2-4 cups of shredded cheese. (More if you prefer a ton of cheese).
Use the remaining time to cook your sausage on the stove top breaking apart into small pieces the same way you would for a pizza topping! Drain, then set aside.
Once your dough has risen, you will simply divide it in half and roll one half out on the counter the same way you would make a pizza crust! I like to lightly dust my counter and rolling pin with flour, although many enjoy using a spritz or two of olive oil. There is no wrong way!
Once your dough is rolled out, sprinkle the dough with garlic powder or garlic salt (optional), half of the cheese, as well as half of the sausage!
Start on one side and loosely roll our dough until it is completely rolled up! you will then pinch in the sides to ensure the cheese stays inside once it is melted!
Sprinkle a little garlic salt or garlic powder on top if you wish.
Place on greased or corn starch sprinkled cookie sheet.
Repeat this process with the remaining dough and ingredients.
Bake 30 minutes, then place aluminum foil loosely over the rolls. Cook an additional 10-15 min. or until golden brown.
Eat. Enjoy. Pair with a great pot of stew if you wish. We prefer no dipping sauce because it is simple and delightful on it’s own, but you can pair with ranch or marinara if you’d like.