Create Something Special with Johnsonville Sausage

Need help answering the question "What's for dinner?" Why not create something special with Johnsonville Sausage? Unlike most other fully cooked sausages, Johnsonville uses absolutely no fillers for a juicy and firm texture and bite. We asked 5 bloggers to share a Fall Comfort Classic recipe featuring Johnsonville Sausage. Learn more about all the unique flavors and enter for a chance to win a $100 VISA Gift Card!

The Create Something Special Sweepstakes  Part 2 runs from 9/29/2014 through 11/2/2014 and is only open to individuals who, at the time of entry deadline, are legal residents of the United States and are 18 years or older. Click here to read the official rules. Winners will be randomly selected from all eligible entries. Good luck!

Autumn Breakfast Burrito

We packed up and headed to Asheville, NC for eight months. While living there I experienced some of the best food in my life! That place is a natural foodies' paradise! We both fell in love with this little organic coffee shop down the street from us. One of my husband's favorite items on the menu was the Autumn breakfast burrito....more

Slow Cooker Savory Andouille Sausage French Toast

Some mornings deserve a show stopping breakfast. Some evenings deserve a show stopping dinner. Look no further than this Slow Cooker Savory Andouille French Toast to fit the bill for both....more

iCook: Pasta With Johnsonville Smoked Brats (Fall Comfort Food)

My original thought was to cook some hearty vegetable soup and switch out the traditional chicken for some Johnsonville sausages, but my appetite beckoned for some pasta, and who am I to deny my appetite?...more

Smoked Sausage, Fig and Manchego Skewers plus Win a $100 Visa Gift Card from Johnsonville Sausage

When Johnsonville asked me to create a comfort dish, I found myself gravitating toward an appetizer. Not only would it be comfort food, it would also be fun to make the sausage kind of pretty – which isn't always the easiest thing to do...more

Cajun Spaghetti Carbonara

We are approaching that time of year when comfort meals become a necessity at the dinner table. Soon, we will be snuggling close to a fire, drinking apple cider, and making meals that will “stick to our ribs.” This meal definitely meets that necessity....more

Sausage, Spinach & Tomato Queso Blanco Dip

I totally forgot I was hosting a family meeting. Thankfully, I had completed my weekend marathon house cleaning. Gosh, I've got to stop cramming my cleaning in like that. So now I just needed to get normal looking and think of a quick, easy and delicious appetizer. My family consists of serious foodies and appetizers are mandatory for any and every occasion....more

Cajun Breakfast Panini + $100 Visa Gift Card Giveaway

After several days of mulling over Mardi Gras-themed panini ideas – and multiple trips to the grocery store for all kinds of ingredients – I struggled to come up with a concept that really spoke to me. I hadn’t considered going the breakfast route but it turned out to be just the right spin I was looking for. Thanks to Susan, we’ve got Cajun Breakfast Panini...more

Andouille Sausage Marinara Subs

It is on my bucket list to go to New Orleans during Mardi Gras someday. I have been to New Orleans twice and I fall more and more in love with it every time. It is my favorite place in the continental U.S. to eat. Ahhh, you have the wonderful beignets, the delicious seafood, and the oh-so-wonderful sandwiches: from the muffuletta, to the Po Boys, and now, to these Andouille Sausage Marinara Subs that I made using Johnsonville Andouille Sausage. They are super yummy and full of flavor. These subs have everything you could ever want!:...more

iCook: Fried Stew + White Rice with Johnsonville Andouille Sausages

I cooked! You know I love making up new foods, like Swag Meat & Potatoes. Well this time, in honor of Mardi Gras (which is coming up!), I went for regular Nigerian fried stew with fully cooked Andouille Sausage from Johnsonville, which is one of their Split Rope Sausage flavors....more

Chicken Sausage Three Cheese Italian Style + Penne Frittata

If you haven't noticed yet, I love simple, fast and easy. Minimum prep time and ingredients but maximum flavor. This Three Cheese Italian Style Sausage and Penne Frittata is all of the above. What really makes this dish though is the addition of a truly flavorful sausage. Johnsonville Sausages have always been on my shopping list, as I know the quality and flavor will be good no matter which product I buy. I am pleased to be working with Johnsonville to develop recipes for you using their Split Rope Sausage varieties....more