Pastry

Spinach and sausage pull-apart pie

This pull-apart pastry pie is a fantastic dish to whip up for your next gathering. It looks and tastes incredible, but it really is extra simple to make. The spinach and sausage filling is bound to be a crowd-pleaser!

Food To Love|Oct 06, 2019

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