No Pressure Maple Bacon Sausages

Bacon Wrapped Sausages - Sisters Under Pressure
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♫ It’s the most, wonderful timmmmmeeeee, of the year ♫ . . . and it can also be one of the most stressful!

There are so many places to be, so many events to attend, and so many dishes to pass! My go-to used to be a package of cookies or a veggie tray from Wegman’s – I always forget about these things! And if I don’t forget, I worry how my dish will stack up to others. Well, I am no longer “under pressure,” and you won’t be either! The recipe for these maple bacon sausages is a crowd pleaser, and is pretty simple to make! You only need four ingredients – bacon, cocktail sausages, maple syrup, and brown sugar! I super super DUPER love my Instant Pot, but this is an oven recipe that anyone can make. Book those parties and commit to a dish with confidence – I’ve got your back 🙂


PS. I know someone is going to ask why I put the brown sugar on the pan right away. I’m all about having as few dishes to clean up as possible. The pan gets sprinkled with brown sugar later, so I might as well start with the brown sugar on it! 🙂 Hooray for smart cooking prep!

PSS. After cooking, these could be reheated in the Instant Pot 🙂 We don’t have a microwave, but popping them in the pot takes no time at all! They can go in an oven-safe dish (or a springform pan – I use these for cheesecake, lasagna…and leftovers! 🙂

The Recipe

Bacon Wrapped Sausage - Sisters Under Pressure
Mmmmmm bacon!!!


No Pressure Maple Bacon Wrapped Mini Sausages

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 45 minutes

Yield: 38 pieces


  • 1 lb Bacon
  • 1 small package cocktail sausages
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup maple syrup


  1. Line cooking sheet with aluminum foil. Add some brown sugar (you'll roll the sausages in this).
  2. Cut bacon strips into thirds.
  3. Roll sausage in brown sugar, wrap with a piece of bacon, and secure with a toothpick.Add to pan, seam down.
  4. When all sausages are done, sprinkle the entire pan with the remaining brown sugar.
  5. Use a spoon to drizzle entire pan with maple syrup.
  6. Bake at 350° for 30 minutes. If desired, broil for 2 minutes at the end to add additional color and crispiness.
  7. Serve on platter and watch your guests devour them.


I used thick cut bacon from Wegman's. Rolling the sausages in the brown sugar is not a necessary step, but I find that it adds a nice flavor.

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