Slow Cooker Brown Sugar Kielbasa Bites

by Sheryl

I hesitate to name it a recipe because this is such a simple recipe. See, it’s just four ingredients that heat up into one glorious combination together. Think of it more as a hint about what to serve at your next party, a recommendation you certainly should take. There’s little more to do here than slice up some kielbasa, but the result is so delicious you ‘d have been willing to do so much more to get that flavor. The little kielbasa bits are simmered in a sticky-sweet sauce that blends well with their smokiness. These are a perfectly poppable snack or app, and it may not be better for them.

They take up to three hours in the slow cooker, which gives you plenty of time to keep the rest of your life in order if you deliver them to customers. All you need to do is stop and stir them up now and then. They should hang on to eat in the slow cooker too; it keeps them moist and gets too hot as they cool off. They are an awesome appetizer and a fast bite to make when you’re getting an unexpected company. It is pretty addictive, so be careful. Treat your friends and family with this dish.

Ingredients:

2 lbs Kielbasa, sliced into bite-sized pieces
3/4 cup cola
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 tsp chili powder (optional)

Directions:

1. Stir ingredients into a 3-qt slow cooker and mix.

2. Cover and simmer for 6 hours on medium, or 3 hours on average, stirring frequently.

3. Serve warm, and enjoy.

Note:

1. Add and combine all the ingredients in a medium saucepan and cook for 15-30 minutes over medium heat to prepare on the stovetop.

2. You might think of these as an upgraded Weenie cocktail. They have the same irresistible sweet and smoky thing going on, but they are a little bit fancier and surprising.

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