These brown sugar bacon-wrapped sausages are seriously like crack. They’re sweet, savory, addictive, and perfect for any party you’re having.
There are some big changes afoot in the Winstead household. While I typically try to avoid vague statements (like the one I just made) without further explanation, I’m too excited about what’s happening to not say something. I’m excited, nervous, hopeful, and anxious all at once, and I’ll be sharing more details in coming weeks.
In a season of life when there are still so many unknowns, it occurs to me that I have so much to be thankful for. In addition to the obvious, like the health of my family and a beautiful home to live in, I’m so thankful for answered prayers and peace of mind amidst uncertain circumstances. During a time when so much of the future is up in the air, I’m thankful for confidence that God’s timing is perfect.
Things might be looking different around the Winstead house soon, but some things never change. One thing that will always remain the same is my love for cute little bite-size appetizers, particularly those that include bacon-wrapped anything. These brown sugar bacon sausages are a recipe my mother-in-law has made for a few years. They’re a huge hit with anyone who tries them, and with good reason.
The sausages themselves aren’t anything special. They’re the kind often served smothered with barbecue sauce at parties. The bacon is where the beauty begins. The strips are the same width as the length of the sausages, making them a perfect pairing. When the dish bakes, the brown sugar on top gets sticky and caramel-y. The result is a perfectly sweet and savory bite that’ll be a hit at any holiday or game day event.
Brown Sugar Bacon-Wrapped Sausages
10 strips bacon
30 little sausages
1 1/4 c. brown sugar
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cut strips of bacon into thirds. Wrap each little sausage with a piece of bacon and place seam side down in a glass baking dish. Sprinkle brown sugar over the sausages and bake for 40-45 minutes, or until bacon is cooked through and crisp.
Love easy, crowd-pleasing appetizers? You’ll want to check out hot spinach and artichoke dip and quick and easy fresh salsa.
In the spirit of thankfulness, I got together with several other bloggers to share what we’re feeling thankful for lately. Be sure to check out these other posts in #TheThankfulChallenge.