Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites

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Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites

It’s hard to believe that November is almost here, even more difficult to believe that 2014 is already over !!! But I’m looking forward to all that is coming up next months : Halloween, Thanksgiving and dont forget my b-day is in less than 2 weeks!

But first thing first, If you’re looking for an easy appetizer to make for your Halloween, Thanksgivin, New Year’s Eve or any other party this Sweet & Spicy Crock Pot Kielbasa is perfect. You can substitute turkey sausage, meatball or cocktail franks for the kielbasa, but I’m sure that by now everyone’s heard of Kielbasa because there are so many recipes floating on internet out there and they seem to be growing quickly in popularity.

Note : This post contains recipe and preparation method on second page

Need I say more? Turn on the page 2 and let’s prepare some delicious kielbasa bites….

19 thoughts on “Crock Pot Kielbasa Bites

  1. sarah

    Same here. I actually have it in a crock pot right now and i bumped it up to high because it looks like it needs to cook off some of the grease.

  2. Donna

    This looks really good and I am going to try it. I love Polish sausage and Kielbasa! I think that I will sear mine on both sides after cutting into bite sizes. I like the taste better after searing and it should cook off some of the fat.

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  6. Kristie

    Would this work with honey mustard instead of dijon? No one in my family cares for dijon mustard.

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  9. Ally Neumann

    Dear Cakes Cottage,

    My name is Ally Neumann and I am a writer for Spoon University at Indiana University. I’m writing an article about Thanksgiving appetizers and would love to include a link to your recipe and a photograph to go with of your yummy Crock-Pot Kielbasa Bites (and of course I will give your website credit).

    Thank you so much and I would appreciate to hear from you soon,

    Ally Neumann

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