Everything Bagel Seasoning Kielbasa Bites

Everything Bagel Seasoning Kielbasa Bites are a quick, easy, 3-ingredient appetizer that is perfect for a party or snack!

Kielbasa wrapped in crescent dough sprinkled with everything bagel seasoning

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For those of you OBSESSED with Trader Joe’s Everything But the Bagel Seasoning, I have another quick and easy appetizer just for you!

(If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my 3-Ingredient Everything Bagel Dip!)

Kielbasa Everything Bagel Bites are perfect as an appetizer, an afterschool snack, or even a quick lunch.

Just serve them with a side of ketchup and stone-ground mustard and watch these guys disappear!

This post will show you how to make Kielbasa Everything Bagel Bites using only 3 ingredients!

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What You’ll Need to Make Everything Bagel Kielbasa Bites

Kielbasa wrapped in crescent dough sprinkled with everything bagel seasoning
  • 12-ounce package of smoked kielbasa (either the horseshoe-shaped link or two large links)
  • 8-count crescent roll dough
  • 1-2 tsp Everything but the Bagel Seasoning

A note on Everything but the Bagel Seasoning: This seasoning is SO yummy that it’s tempting to go overboard and really pile it on to the Kielbasa Bites.

My experience has been that the Trader Joe brand specifically is pretty strong and 1-2 tsp is plenty. Any more than that and the seasoning will over-power the kielbasa and delicate crescent roll flavors

How to Make Kielbasa Everything but the Bagel Bites

stone ground mustard and everything bagel sausage bites on a white plate

Start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Next, divide the crescent dough into two large pieces (comprised of 4 individual triangles). Pat the dough down with your fingers a bit, to press the seams together.

cresent dough rolled out on a cutting board

Next, place one half of your kielbasa on top of crescent dough, towards the bottom of the dough.

kielbasa layed on top of raw cresent dough

Roll the dough up and sprinkle with half 1/2 – 1 tsp of Everything Bagel Seasoning. Press the seeds into the dough and roll the kielbasa around on the cutting board, so the crescent roll is covered in seeds on all sides.

cresent dough roll covered in everything bagel seasoning

Next, cut the Kielbasa roll into 11 equal slices. Place on a cookie sheet and bake for 9-12 minutes until the crescent dough is lightly golden.

kielbasa rolled in cresent dough and everything bagel seasoning on a cookie sheet

Finally, when you take them out of the oven, allow the kielbasa bites to cool for 5 minutes.

Allowing them to cool is super important because, if you don’t not only can you damage the still warm crescent dough, but it may start to separate from the kielbasa slice. If you allow them to cool (I know, these are SO good it’s hard to be patient!), the dough will stay adhered to the kielbasa for serving.

Serve the Everything Bagel Kielbasa Bites with a side of ketchup and stone-ground mustard for dipping!

Kielbasa wrapped in crescent dough sprinkled with everything bagel seasoning

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7 Comments

  1. Johanna L Logue says:

    OK, so I rarely review anything but made these the other night for a housewarming party. OMG, they were sooooo good. Super easy and delicious. I paired it with spicy stone-ground mustard and they disappeared. I will definitely be making these again, but just for me, I won’t be sharing them. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  2. Made these for a recent house warming. I am OBSESSED! I have made them 4x in the last month. So simple and crazy delicious. Thanks for the recipe.

  3. Do these reheat well?

    1. I’ve never had leftovers, so I’m not 100% positive?! My best guess is that you could reheat them on a low heat, like 250-degrees Fahrenheit until they are warm. My concern with anything higher than that would be that the crescent crust would get too dark and/or burn.

  4. Can smoked sausage be used instead of kielbasa

    1. Yes, absolutely. I’ve used smoked and turkey sausage in this recipe – honestly whatever type of “rope” sausage you have on hand will work.

  5. Made these for the first time today for a Christmas party. Lots of compliments. Double batch, they were almost all gone! Happy to have a few left over that I could snack on after….and NOW they are all gone! Haha.

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