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I just love summer time grilling. Whenever I grill hot dogs, my husband and son love to grill sausages as well. They enjoy the flavorful taste of a smoked or wurst sausages on a bun. They usually end up putting cheddar cheese on top of their sausages, so when I saw Hillshire Farm® Smoked Sausage Cheddar Wurst links, I knew I had to try them out on my guys.
Hillshire Farm® Cheddar Wurst sausages are only found at Walmart and are made with quality cuts of meat and creamy Wisconsin cheese. They’re fully cooked and seasoned to perfection, so they are a quick, savory, and easy meal to make for your family!
If there’s one thing that goes well with cheddar, it’s bacon, and it’s legendary! My family loves bacon, so I thought I’d make these sausages extra special wrapped in bacon and then grilled to perfection. Here’s a quick video to show you how easy these are:
Since the Cheddar Wurst sausages are already cooked, you’re just cooking the bacon. It takes just a few minutes to wrap them in bacon and grill them to perfection!
TIP: Do not close the grill when grilling these because the bacon grease can whip the flames up pretty quickly and raise the temperature. We found if we shut the lid, the fire would get big and hot (spiking up to 600 degrees), but if we kept the lid open, it would stay a little below 400 degrees.
- 1 package Hillshire Farm Cheddar Wurst
- 12 slices of bacon
- 1 package of hotdog buns
- mustard or other condiments
- Preheat grill to 400 degrees.
- Wrap each Cheddar Wurst in two overlapped slices of bacon.
- Secure the ends with toothpicks.
- Grill for about 1-2 minutes per side rotating until the bacon is completely cooked.
- Remove from grill, and serve immediately.
Be a legend at your grill this summer with Hillshire Farm® Cheddar Wurst links! Pick up some at Walmart!
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Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. The opinions and text are all mine.