Italian Sausage Pie – Very Easy Plus Delicious!

This is a very easy and delicious recipe for an Italian sausage pie that uses refrigerated dough. You can use any of your favorite fillings, such as broccoli and cheddar cheese, spinach and feta cheese, or even just vegetables.

The Italian Sausage Pie – Very Easy Plus Delicious! is a delicious recipe that is easy to make. It has ground italian sausage meat and a crust made from puff pastry dough. Read more in detail here: recipes with ground italian sausage meat.

Italian Sausage Pie


I prepared this Italian Sausage Pie for supper last night since I had sausage and pie dough on hand that I hadn’t planned to use. I’m so happy I did.



This was incredible! It’s fantastic!

It’s a cheesy combination of eggs, sausage, and other common items that’s perfect for supper or breakfast!

Frittatas, or crustless egg pies, are something I cook often. This was, however, my first time making a crust. The crunch of the crust changes the texture of the meal dramatically.

In the near future, I’ll be creating additional pies with various components.


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Italian Sausage Pie

It’s simple to prepare and delicious! It’s delicious for breakfast, lunch, and supper. 

Breakfast is the first course.

Italian cuisine


This Italian sausage pie is a quick and easy dish that has no butter or lard. It’s also delicious! Reference: ground sausage pie.

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