Snacky Sunday- Bacon Wrapped Kielbasa with Brown Sugar Glaze and Pizza biscuits

We took down and put away Christmas this morning, and ended up eating a late breakfast.   Last Pats game of the regular season today, and I thought I'd make some things that would be easy to snack on in front of the tv.

These go together quick if you do them assembly line style, and it's a good payoff in the end.   Sticky, meaty, sweet deliciousness.    I make sure to do the clean up right away before everything hardens. 




                     
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Bacon Wrapped Kielbasa Bites with Brown Sugar Glaze - What the Fork Food Blog

  1                lb.  kielbasa- used Hillshire Farm Polska Kielbasa Links
10 slices center cut bacon
  1                  C  brown sugar -- packed
  3               Tbsp  dijon mustard
  3               Tbsp  rice wine vinegar
  1/2 Tbsp fresh cracked black pepper

Heat oven to 375.   For easier clean up,  line a baking sheet with foil or parchment.   Top with a baking rack lightly sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.

Cut each kielbasa link into 1" pieces.   Slice bacon into thirds.  Wrap one piece bacon around each kielbasa coin and secure with a tooth pick.


Over medium heat in a small saucepan, combine brown sugar, vinegar, mustard and pepper.   Stir until sugar is dissolved and keep warm. 

Dip or brush glaze over kielbasa and put onto prepared rack.    Bake for 35 to 40 mins, basting with the glaze about every 15 mins.

Serve immediately, or keep in a low warm oven so that glaze doesn't harden too much. 

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This is about as easy as it gets.   Preheat oven to time specified on the can of Grands biscuits.   Split each biscuit in half.   Add a pinch of cheese and some mini pepperoni to the bottom half.   Add sauce if desired, but we prefer ours on the side.    Replace top of biscuit and press lightly with your fingers around the edges to seal.    Place on a lightly sprayed baking sheet.  Bake according to package directions.     When they came out of the oven, I brushed them with some melted butter that I added some Penzey's Brady Street Cheese Sprinkle to.


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