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Pineapple Upside-Down Sausage Bake

Pineapple Upside-Down Sausage Bake recipe
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A "sausage" bake that's actually meatless, thanks to Boca Meatless Breakfast Links. The sweet-savory combo of flavors makes this dish stand out at a buffet.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
4/28/2009
My family like this even thou I brunt the top a little, if they like it brunt crust in all you know I would love it.
posted:
12/28/2008
I made this with leftover breakfast sausage (crumbled) but next time I will make it with crushed pineapple like the other reviews. The big pieces of pineapple took away from the overall blend.
posted:
5/15/2008
Very good! I enjoyed making and eating this one.
posted:
1/14/2008
I loved this recipe. I used real maple sausage but kept everything else the same. I did have some say they did not like it because it was sweet and savory. I love that combination!!
posted:
12/27/2007
I made this recipe christmas morning for my family. It was very quick & easy! I did change it up a bit however... I used the egg in the corn bread mix, crushed & chunk pineapple and I used real brown and serve pork sausage that I browned in a pan first and drained the fat. It was a nice combo of sweet & salty which my family likes so needless to say it went fast.
posted:
4/16/2007
Excellenty sweet, salty combination. I made it for Easter brunch and got thumbs up all the way around - even from people who usually don't like sausage or corn bread!
posted:
2/18/2007
My fam thought it good. Next time I might try crushed pineapple for the extra juice and 2 boxes of corn bread. (we like bread!) Crumbled sausage probably would work better.
posted:
12/21/2006
I made this recipe with pineapple slices instead of tidbits and crumbled spicy sausage instead of sausage links. It was a big hit! I thought it was a perfect treat, a little bit salty and sweet.
posted:
8/7/2006
This recipie was so dry and had no taste what so ever. You had to drench it in syrup so it would be edible. If you do make the recipie, maybe chopped pineapple would be better.
posted:
12/10/2005
My family didn't care for this recipe. I made everything according to directions.
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