Ready for the Superbowl?? I can’t wait to make this delicious Superbowl appetizer, ranch sausage stars. There’s something kind of awesome about ranch. I do not at all understand when people don’t like it. It’s actually what got me to eat salad finally. I resisted the whole salad thing until I was in highschool!
Can you believe that? But at one point I was really hungry and we were all on vacation at the beach. We headed to a restaurant for dinner and not only had it taken quite a while to get to the restaurant but once we arrived it was super slow service. My mom had ordered a side salad with her clam chowder and I was so hungry I was desperate. I asked her if I could just have a crouton and she said, “if you try the salad too!” I carefully, and half whining stuck my fork in that awful, crunchy, watery, romain lettuce, stabbed a huge, buttery crouton and delicately dipped it in the ranch so I could say I’d done it even though there was only a little dab on there.
And it was good.
It was creamy.
And I had discovered a new love, croutons and ranch. The lettuce wasn’t bad either and over the next few years I learned that I actually love salad and ranch! Which has nothing to do with these ranch sausage stars, but you should still make them because hello, RANCH baby!
Will Sausage Hurt a Dog?
You don’t need to worry if your dog eats some sausage.
It could upset his stomach, but there is really no long term problems.
Can Sausage Be Reheated?
Cooked sausage can safely be reheated.
Can Won Ton Wrappers Be Frozen?
You Can wrap won ton papers in plastic or foil, or place them in a freezer bag and freeze.
Won ton wrappers will keep up to 2 months in the freezer.
Superbowl Side Dish, Ranch Sausage Stars
Recipe by Jennifer W.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 84 Saturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 12.4mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrates: 4.8g Fiber: 0.2g Sugar: 0.3g Protein: 3.3g