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Recipe: Bacon Wrapped Sausages

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Bacon Wrapped Sausages


Here comes the Holiday Season again, right around the corner. You will need some quick, easy ideas that won’t cost a small fortune. I love to entertain, and I do it a lot. This little dish is a favorite mine, it’s nothing fancy and does not require a snazzy presentation, but it’s a sure winner with my guests.

Oh yeah! Another snack that your guests cannot refuse and they’ll ask for the recipe! All you will need is bacon, sausage links and maple syrup. You probably have all those ingredients in your freezer all ready. Here’s how:

  • Preheat your oven to 325.
  • Set out a cookie sheet, (I use parchment paper or foil on the cookie sheet for easier clean up).
  • Take thin sliced bacon and cut each piece in half width wise.
  • Wrap each sausage link with a half of slice of bacon. Poke a toothpick through it. This not only keeps the bacon from unwrapping during the baking process, but also serves as a little handle for your hors dourves.
  • Set each wrapped sausage on the tray, pop into the oven for 25 minutes, or until the sausages and bacon are cooked to a crispy brown.
  • Remove from the oven and drizzle maple syrup over each while they are still hot.
  • Put them back into the oven for another 15 minutes to let the maple flavor bake in.
  • Using a spatula, place all of them onto a glass or microwave safe serving dish.

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Eat fresh from the oven or reheat later when you are ready to serve. Bake and share. It’s that easy!
Author: Maria Graver

Maria Graver is the author of many articles related to cooking and entertainment. While she has catered full dinners to groups as large as 400, most of her writings are focused on the family and creating memorable meals that keep everyone coming back for more. If you’d like to learn how do start cooking like a pro, please visit her website, MariasCookery.com.

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