Potato Sausage Bake

Potato Sausage Bake

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Stormy Stewart


This is the first easy cheap dinner my first inlaws ever showed me.
Betty Leinenger created this recipe over 50 years ago. She is no longer with us. It is cheap, visually appealing and packs a lot of taste for something you would of thought to be a "Plain Jane meal". Kids seam to really love it, a big added plus.It also only uses 3 ingredients.

Your little helper will love pushing the sausages through the holes.


★★★★★ 1 vote

a family
20 Min
1 Hr


How to Make Potato Sausage Bake


  1. Peal potatoes and cut in half, also cut a circle through the potato to insert the sausage link. This can be done by a apple corer.
  2. Insert sausage through the potato and put in a lightly sprayed casserole baking dish. Add tomato soup. Mix well adding a little water if needed.
  3. Cover tightly and bake in a 350 oven for 45-60 minutes until both the sausage and potatoes are done.
  4. This meal ends up a very flavorful tastee meal. It can be used for a main meal at dinner then serve leftovers as an added dish at breakfast. With my kids there was never any left over.

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