"Easy Sausage Kabobs"

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FREDA GABLE

By
@cookin4me

Most of the Guys we know are all Meat Lovers, I came up with these as we wanted finger game foods last year, and they were so easy and guys eally enjoyed them. Threaded onto toothpicks or 1/2 a skewer stick, These are cooked and stay warm in the Slow Cooker.

Rating:
★★★★★ 1 vote
Comments:
Serves:
8-10
Prep:
5 Min
Cook:
1 Hr 30 Min

Ingredients

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IN A SLOW COOKER: ADD TILL BLENDED

1 C
hickory bbq sauce (hunts)
1 C
ketchup
1/2 C
brn sugar

ADD :

1 lb
little smokies or polish sausage

ADD LAST 30 MINUTES: THE FOLLOWING

1
med bell pepper cut in 1" chunks
1
med. onion cut in 1" chunks
1 medium
can pineapple chunks

How to Make "Easy Sausage Kabobs"

Step-by-Step

  • 1Mix 1st 3 ingredients in Crock Pot (2- 2 1/2 Qt size)
    Add Little Smokies. Or Cut Polish sausages in 1" chunks and add to BBQ Sauce. (U Can use Smoked sausages as well) . . Your Choice.
    Cook on low 2-3 Hrs, or High for 1 1/2 Hrs.
  • 2Last 1/2 Hr add Pineapple Chunks, 1" cut Onion Chunks, & 1" Bell pepper chunks. Heat to Warm and still crisp.
  • 3Serve Threaded on toothpicks, cocktail forks or Skewers, pineapple bell-pepper, Onion and little sausage.
    Note: To Keep Warm; These can be left in slow cooker on warm (low) for up to 2 hrs. Just toss occasionally in the sauce.

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