Succulent Sausages: Our 7 Most Popular Crockpot Recipes With Sausage

Succulent Sausages: Our 7 Most Popular Crockpot Recipes With Sausage

Crockpot recipes can be appreciated by any cook. Whether you’re a skilled chef de cuisine or a beginning fry cook, these popular recipes will introduce you to the wonders of sausage crockpot dishes.

Cooking with a crockpot is simple: fill it and turn it on.  Depending on the dish, the food will need to cook in the crockpot for at least several hours. During this time, you can watch a movie, clean the house or even go to and from work while the food simmers deliciously in the crockpot. Hours later, you’ll have a warm, slow-cooked meal that’s ready to eat, and a wonderful aroma that’ll fill your home.

Don’t know where to begin? Try our most popular sausage crockpot recipes for a great start to your crockpot creations.

Crockpot Italian Sausage Soup: This Italian sausage soup is a perfect for those chilly fall days. The key ingredient is the beef broth. It tenderizes the Italian sausage and enhances the flavors of chopped onions, green bell peppers, diced tomatoes and beans. This hearty soup could even serve as a meal on its own!

Chicken Cajun Smoked Sausage Stew: This stew is one you can prepare and cook before you go to work or school. By the time you come back home, your meal will be ready for you: a filling stew full of a variety of vegetables and different meats.

Crockpot Chunky Pork and Sausage Chili: When you’re in the mood for southwestern stew, this recipe will surely satisfy your craving. The chili powder and cumin seasonings bring out the meaty flavor of the boneless pork country-style ribs and fully cooked smoked sausage slices, while the celery, diced tomatoes and onions prevent the meat from overwhelming the overall taste.

Cajun Sausage Jambalaya: This sausage crockpot recipe successfully caters to those who enjoy Cajun style foods. Every bite involves a multitude of flavors that will delight any eater. This dish features the delicious blend of tastes and textures of Andouille sausage, boneless pork loin, cayenne pepper and rice. 

Lentils and Sausage: Nothing beats mom’s cooking. Try this traditional lentil and sausage crockpot dish – a recipe that has been passed down from one of R4L user’s mother. This dish is a lighter alternative to the meat-heavy recipes listed above.

Simple Italian Sausage Veggie Soup: This recipes makes a delicious and filling Italian soup with carrots, garbanzo beans and Italian pork sausage. Don’t forget to add the fresh grated parmesan cheese and zucchini!                                           

Crockpot Sausage and Egg Bake: In need of an easy breakfast sausage crockpot recipe? This dish makes a delectable breakfast casserole with sausage and eggs as the star ingredients, with grated Monterey Jack cheese as an honorable mention. Try adding 2 tsp. of mustard to the dish for added flavor and zest.

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