Game Day Cream Cheese Chili Brat Bake

Game Day Cream Cheese Chili Brat Bake

Game Day Cream Cheese Chili Brat Bake
Game Day Cream Cheese Chili Brat Bake

"It’s like the bigger, badder, and bolder older sibling of the classic “pigs in a blanket.” We like to call them “Football Calzones.” For this home cooking adventure, we partnered with our friends at Johnsonville to deliver you yet another delicious recipe that is of course perfect for game day. These calzones have an incredibly easy formula so that you can spend less time making your game day grub and more time enjoying it. Appearing from the outside as a puffy, kitten-sized crescent roll, inside you find a cream cheese/chili bean combo that blankets a juicy Johnsonville brat. Top with chives for a pop of color, and you’re set. Prep time: 10 min Cook time: 30 min Serving Size: yields 5 "calzones" 1 pack Johnsonville Brats Original Bratwurst Frying Oil 1 can Chili Beans 1 pack Cream Cheese Chives, chopped 2 tubes Crescent Rolls"

Yields5 calzones

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time30 min

Cooking Vessel Sizebaking sheet


  • 1 package Johnsonville Brats Original Bratwurst (or sausage)
  • frying oil
  • 1 can chili beans
  • 1 package cream cheese
  • chives, chopped
  • 2 packages Crescent rolls (tubular container)
  1. Fry Johnsonville Brats Original Bratwurst in a pan until browned.

  2. In a small bowl, combine chili beans and cream cheese; mix completely.

  3. On a sheet pan, unfold and separate crescent rolls into squares.

  4. Place one Johnsonville Brat onto the center of each of dough square, and spoonful dollops of chili-cream cheese mixture on top.

  5. Wrap up the crescent roll with the Brat and cream cheese mixture inside.

  6. Bake stuffed rolls at 350 for 15 minutes.

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This sounds very intriguing. I wish the instructions were written out somewhere. I can not get the video to play to find out exactly how to make them. I would think that everything was stuffed into the crescent rolls and baked, but the ingredients list oil for frying. Videos are nice but so are written instructions. It would be nice to try these.


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