Sweet Sausages

Total Time:
25 min
5 min
20 min

4 servings

  • 1 (16-ounce) package smoked sausage
  • 1 1/2 cups maple syrup

Cut sausage into 1-inch rounds. Place in large skillet over medium heat and add the maple syrup. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to low and simmer for 20 minutes. Serve piping hot.

Cook's Note: Sausages can be cooked in a crock-pot on low for 2 hours.

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    This recipe was DELICOUS!!!! Everyone in my family loved it! Will definately make it again. I used real maple syrup and added a little of the fake stuff, though I don't think that you really need it, but the kids think that they hate the real stuff so I added some fake! LOL It's a keeper though. Thanks Paula
    It was so tasty that I wanted to eat the whole thing. But I did't. I will definley be making this again.
    This was great. I used pancake syrup b/c that is all I had and I was dying to try this recipe before I went out and bought real maple syrup. It was fantastic! I know it will be even better with maple syrup.
    sweet, simple and AMAZING! Thanks Paula! =)
    Everyone in the family loved these. I suggest before adding the syrup browning the sausages first. They taste way better. This was very economical too since I had a $1 off coupon on double coupon day for the sausage.
    My husband is going through chemo and finds food flat and bland. This is one thing he will eat. We just pour it over homemade buiscuts. Anything that will get my husband to eat is a winner for ,me
    I served this with my Christmas brunch and doubled the recipe. All that was left was a big, sticky empty pot. YAY! Isn't that what every cook hopes for? Great recipe and couldn't be easier.
    Served this recipe for a Sunday brunch for friends. Everyone loved it. It can't get any simpler, but it had great flavor. I also tried it with "fake" maple syrup. OK, but definitely better with the real stuff. Highly recommend this recipe. I spent a lot of time with the other dishes I prepared for my brunch, but this one really was a hit, with little work.
    I used Smoked Turkey Sausage & light syrup, not true Maple and they still turned out great. My husband loved them, will definitely make again.
    We really liked this-made it with one cup syrup and added one tbsp of buffalo wing sauce. The buffalo sauce gave it a zing that made all the difference.
    made this one weekend my Mom was visiting....was a little skeptical at first - maple syrup and kielbasa...but everyone liked it! This is definitely a keeper!!
    This recipe was ok, when the syrup gets hard it sticks to your teeth. It was ok, but not my favorite
    These sausages were extremely easy to make and tasted delicious!!! I wasn't sure how good the syrup would taste with it, but I loved it! I will continue to make it for many years to come :)
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