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Two yummy party recipes that are always a hit

Posted by Chris Greten on

yummy party recipes

When we are invited to a party there is one dish that the host always requests we make and that is Polish Sausage. In fact I ran into a woman at a church function and I said, “Don’t I know you?” and she replied “Yes, you are the polish sausage lady, you were at Laura’s’ party!” I don’t know if that is good or bad to remind people of food when they see me but I guess it is good to make something memorable and be associated with it. The polish sausage appetizer we make and bring to just about everywhere is so ridiculously easy yet people always beg us to bring it when they invite us.
Sweet Polish Sausage Appetizer
4 Hillshire Smoked kielbasa sausage rings
1 pound of brown sugar.

When you slice the polish sausage you want to make sure you make a slit along the top of the sausage first and then slice into pieces. So in other words the cut pieces will look like little pac man pieces due to the slit in the top. That slit keeps the skin from bursting when it cooks. I will post a picture the next time I make it. Cut up the 4 rings load into the crockpot and dump the brown sugar on top. Cook on low for about 2 ½ hours. That is it! It is delicious and I always joke with people when they ask for the recipe I always tell them it is such a hard recipe to make and a family secret! And of course I tell them my secret about how easy it really is.
Here is another super easy recipe we always make when we have a party and it is loved by all!
Delicious Mocha Punch
1 Qt. Chocolate Milk
4 Cups Strong Brewed Coffee,
1 Cup Amaretto flavored non dairy creamer
1(14 oz.) can sweetened condensed milk
1 Qt Chocolate Ice Cream
1 Qt Coffee Ice Cream
Combine first four Ingredients large pitcher.
Cover and chill. Pour chilled mixture Into a large bowl and
scoop Ice creams Into punch, stir gently.
Yield 4 1/2 quarts


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