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Johnsonville Sausage Balls

Johnsonville Sausage Balls

This weekend has been ideal Fall weather – my favorite time of year.  And that always inspires heartier dishes, slightly heavier flavors.  Comfort food.  This recipe really fits the bill as a warm appetizer on a nice Fall day that you’ll have trouble walking away from until they are all gone. And better, they were really quick and easy to make.

Johnsonville provided the sausage, and I provided the appetite.  I’m a picky eater, so I left out the mushrooms and onion and just filled in with a little extra cheese (cheddar makes everything better).  And they didn’t have the ground spicy sausage at my store so I got mild Italian.  It’s my favorite sausage, and it made these just spicy enough.

The flavors mix well, they’re so easy to make…and I think I may try changing this recipe up with a few variations.  I could see making these with mozzarella instead of cheddar and dipping them in marinara, for example, or a breakfast sausage variation.

Happy Fall!  Get this Johnsonville Sausage recipe at AllRecipes.com

 

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Johnsonville Sausage 6 ingredient recipe makeover

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Another six ingredient makeover recipe starring Johnsonville Sausage.  How can you go wrong with sausage, egg and cheese?  This recipe originally featured ham, but I substituted it for sausage I had left over from another recipe in this quick and delicious breakfast.  You just heat the sausage first then add eggs, and sprinkle in cheese just before you pull them out of the pan.  Sausage is a perfect stand in for this easy breakfast.

Get the recipe here

Have you entered the Johnsonville 6 ingredients or less sweepstakes?  20 random winners will receive a Simply Calphalon 12-inch covered stainless steel skillet and two free coupons for Johnsonville Italian Sausage!  Get all the details here and get to pinning and making simple and delicious meals with Johnsonville!

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Candice’s Lasagna Omelet

lasagna-omelet-blogThis is a great way to use up lasagna leftovers, or make something that reminds you of a lasagna without all the work.  Candice’s Lasagna Omelet is a quick and easy recipe (6 ingredients!) packed with flavor.  I made this one with Johnsonville mild Italian sausage.  It lends a great flavor and it was super easy to make.  This would be a great brunch or even dinner combo.

Get the recipe for Candice’s Lasagna Omelet at AllRecipes.

Have you entered the Johnsonville 6 ingredients or less sweepstakes?  20 random winners will receive a Simply Calphalon 12-inch covered stainless steel skillet and two free coupons for Johnsonville Italian Sausage!  Get all the details here and get to pinning and making simple and delicious meals with Johnsonville!

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Amazing Muffin Cups

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It’s safe to say I am not one of the morning people who spring from bed, eager to take on the world and everything in it.  Getting up and waking up on a daily basis is kind of a test of my maturity.  Most of me is screaming, “noooooooo!  I’m not getting up; you can’t make me!” and the responsible voice in my head (the one who’s really a bummer) forces me out to face another day.  Actually, truth be told, my dog pouncing on me, challenging herself to sprawl all 60 pounds of herself on top of me and sticking her nose in my face is probably more of a motivator.  If I didn’t have to get up to feed her, I might not have a job.

Anyway, after dragging myself into the kitchen and feeding the dog (the only reason I’m awake after all), I start to think about what I want to eat.  My requirements for breakfast are few but important:

  1. it has to be delicious, or it’s not worth making
  2. it has to be easy enough to make with only one eye barely pried open

This morning, it was a Johnsonville’s Amazing Muffin Cups.  A quick thaw of some Ore-Ida country style hash browns made a crispy crust for my sausage, egg and cheese breakfast.  I had some precooked sausage, so I sprinkled that into the potato-lined ramekin and covered it in egg and cheese.  Baked for a few minutes and out pops a warm, creamy delicious breakfast made with just one eye open.

If I have to get up, this is a good way to start the day.  Give it a try – here’s the recipe.  For one ramekin, I scaled the recipe back to 2 servings.  But you can feed the whole gang with this one, too.

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