Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Easy Bacon Wrapped Sausage Links

A very easy meat dish to take to a brunch or just to make for home!  This could be something easy to add to your Easter Brunch.

Easy Bacon Wrapped Sausage Links

16 oz. pkg. small cooked smoked sausage links
pkg. regular bacon (not microwave kind) cut into thirds
1 C. brown sugar
toothpicks

Take a large baking dish and line it with aluminum foil.  Spray it lightly with Pam (or something similar).

(Now, get the meats ready.  I assembled maybe a dozen at a time.  Then, put 3-4 in the  brown sugar baggy to shake)

Wrap each sausage with the 1/3 strip of bacon and secure with a toothpick - trying to overlap the bacon.  Place several assembled pieces in a gallon ziplock baggy with one cup of brown sugar added.  Shake it gently and remove and put on aluminum foil lined pan.

When all finished - bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.  Since the dish will have some grease from the meats - you might want to put on another plate.  If you are taking this somewhere other than home - it is very easy to transport when put in a clean covered dish.  It can easily be warmed up in a low oven if you desire then.  I originally saw this recipe on Pinterest and it was pinned from Midwest Living.


The meats being assembled -
















Shaking the baggy with brown sugar -
















Ready to go in the oven -
















Finished -





















With other Brunch items -
















Glad that the sun is shining even though there is still snow on the ground.  I have never seen Lucy sleeping on the top of the couch with her back to us - but I imagine she is trying to get all the sun that she can -
















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2 comments:

Rattlebridge Farm said...

Oh, I can't wait to make these. This is a keeper recipe!

Zoey said...

this looks like a fun recipe for breakfast meat lovers. It would be a special treat for an Easter brunch buffet.