Easy Hawaiian Breakfast Sausage
Easy Hawaiian Breakfast Sausage Recipe
If you love the savory + sweet flavor combination, you’ll love this recipe for Hawaiian Breakfast Sausage. These sausage links are great for feeding a crowd. Our Uncle Bob makes this special sausage for our annual family Christmas party, and it’s one of those recipes we all look forward to.
The flavor in this recipe is amazing. Plus it’s just three ingredients…doesn’t get easier than that!
What you need to make Hawaiian Breakfast Sausage:
-1 pound sausage
-1 can crushed pineapple
-1 cup brown sugar
I’ll share the easy print recipe below, but here’s a bit of the step by step in photos.
How to make Hawaiian Breakfast Sausage:
- You’ll start by browning the links on all sides.
- Once all browned, you’ll move the links to a plate lined with a paper towel to absorb any excess grease.
- In the same pan you will add in the other two ingredients.
- Bring these to a boil stirring it along the way. Quickly turn the heat to low to avoid burning this mixture.
- Add the sausage links back into the mixture and continue tossing around as the liquid evaporates. Serve warm.
Make Ahead Hawaiian Breakfast Sausage
You can make this recipe for Hawaiian Breakfast Sausage the night before if you know you will be short on time the next morning. Just warm it up slowly the next morning.
Hawaiian Breakfast Sausage
- 1 pound sausage links
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1 can crushed pineapple
Brown the sausage links. Once they are browned on all sides, move the links to a paper towel lined plate to soak up any excess grease. With a different paper towel, blot out any excess grease out of the pan.
In the same pan bring the brown sugar and undrained crushed pineapple to a boil. Quickly turn the heat to low as it can scorch easily.
Add the links back into the sauce. Simmer the sausage and pineapple mixture together and toss the links around as the pineapple liquid evaporates.
If needed, this can be done the night before and then SLOWLY warm it back up the next morning. Serve warm.
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They’re so good! I’m excited for you to try them!