Spiral-Wrapped Sausages on a Stick are a “twist” on the original! So fun for kids!
We are in high gear planning the menu for Sunday. This game is HUGE for us! We are big-time 49er fans and are throwing a big party to watch the game. My husband and I were poring over options last night trying to make sure we had food that was both adult and kid-friendly. We’ve got our dips covered, we’ve got three slow cookers lined up and figuring out some other fun options for our guests. Super Bowl Sunday is always fun at our house. Everyone is welcome and the food is spectacular!
I absolutely LOVE these Spiral-Wrapped Sausages on a Stick! Whether it’s for the big game or any other get-together, this recipe makes it easy to serve a crowd! The dough is spiral-wrapped giving the ordinary “dog-on-a-stick” a whole new look – you could even call them Touchdown Dogs :)
Pick your favorite sausage – whether it’s Polish, Brats, or my husband’s favorite Johnsonville Beddar with Cheddar – they are sure to come out delicious! The sticks make these sausages easy to serve and kid-friendly too. I made these earlier in the week and kept them warm in the oven until it was time for dinner – worked like a charm! You could easily make these ahead of time and just keep warm in the oven until time to serve to your guests.
When I’m baking with yeast there’s only one brand I trust in my kitchen – Fleischmann’s Yeast. I buy Fleischmann’s yeast in the jars because I bake so much but the strips are really hand too. Always remember 1 envelope of Fleischmann’s yeast is equal to 2 1/4 teapoons of yeast. Fleischmann’s yeast is known for quality and reliability and for giving all of us at-home bakers confidence in their from-scratch recipes since 1868 (over 140 years ago!) I’ve been baking for a good 20 years and each year I enjoy it more and more. The boys get so excited when I show them dough before and after a rise. It really is fun to see and that smell…oh my goodness! We love it! Using ingredients from brands I trust is an absolute must – especially for parties! The last thing I want is to serve sub-par food to my guests.
Look how beautiful this dough is! I used a pizza wheel to cut semi-straight lines :) I had helpers too!
This recipe makes 12 sausages but can be doubled if needed.
An easy to make dipping sauce pairs perfectly with the Spiral-Wrapped Sausages
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