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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Tangy BBQ Cocktail Smoked Sausages



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     Whenever we have a party or get together, we always serve these BBQ cocktail smoked sausages.  You can buy the name brand of these "Lil' Smokies".  That may be how you know what they are.  They are okay plain but when you dress them up like we do, it takes them to a whole other level.  These little appetizers are so yummy and super easy to make too.  They are great for tailgate parties or an appetizer anytime a few friends get together. 

BBQ Cocktail Smoked Sausages

14 oz. pkg. Lil' Smokies
1 1/2 c. BBQ (I used homemade BBQ Sauce)
1/2 c. crushed pineapples

      Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.  Spray a 9"x13" cake pan with cooking spray.  Set aside.

      In a bowl, measure out your crushed pineapples and place inside the bowl.

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     Stir in the BBQ sauce.  

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     Dump a few of the little sausages into the mixture at a time to be sure each is well coated and then place in the cake pan.  You can pour a bit more sauce over them if you like. 

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      Bake for 20 minutes.  Remove and enjoy.  We often will dip the sausages into the left over sauce.  MMMmmmm good!

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2 comments:

  1. Down here in South Georgia (capitalized b/c it is a whole other beast, lol), we use grape jelly and bbq sauce, and we cook them in a small slow cooker. That way, you can keep them warm after for the length of the party.

    I'll have to suggest the pineapple to friends, though. :)

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    1. Tammy, yes I used to do this all the time too here in SE Oklahoma but then tried it with the pineapple and it gives it a big kick and now do it this way. You're so right, doing it in the crockpot is super smart. Thanks!!!

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