Some smoked breakfast sausage is super easy and and a “why not do it” kind of thing. It makes perfect sense if you are doing something like our Smoked Pancakes recipe and putting it right on the smoker beside something else. Everyone will love it and you will definitely find yourself doing this more often.
How To Smoke Sausage
Smoking sausage in a smoker is where this is easy, you are going to crank the smoker up to a standard 225° using some maple wood. I did this on my Weber Kettle, using the snake method. This should all translate over if you are using a pellet grill or some other style smoker as well. I suggest keeping the wood up front on the snake, assuming this is the only thing you are smoking, its going to be quick.
I used just a basic frozen sausage, you can do breakfast sausage patties or regular links, whatever your preference is. I let them defrost in the regfrigator for 30 minutes before placing them on. I used a small flat foil tray to put them on.
Once on I just let them ride for about 40 minutes, got some nice maple smoke on them and pulled them off to serve. Since most frozen breakfast sausages are already cooked we don’t need to sweat waiting while the internal temperature reaches a target IT. The goal is really just warming them up and get some smoke flavor on them. Quite literally the easiest smoke you may ever do.
If you are serving with some pancakes and bacon, both appropiate, make sure you have some good maple syrup on hand as well. You will have a breakfast of champions at your table.
Smoked Breakfast Sausage Wrap Up
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If you are looking for some other suggestions or recipes here are a few recommendations:
- Smoked Pulled Chicken Breasts
- Easy Chuck Roast
- Smoked Cornbread
- Smoked Corn On The Cob
- Pulled Pork
- Smoked Roast Beef
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- 6 oz of breakfast sausage
- Set your smoker to 225° using maple wood
- Let sausages defrost for about 30 minutes in regfrigator
- Place the sausages on a tray and place on smoker
- Let smoke for about 40 minutes, remove and serve
Nutrition Information:Yield: 5 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 111Total Fat: 9gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 29mgSodium: 277mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 6g