This made a very hearty lunch! The recipe made 4 servings and cost just under $3/person. If you think about the cost of a fast food burger (and the fact that I used high quality grass-fed sausage) then it seems like a bargain! We added fresh fruit and avocado along with some chip choices for sides. Oh! And it took about 3 minutes to prepare :).
Grass-fed Sausages (my package had 4 good-sized sausages)
1 Can Pretzel dough (homemade dough would be best!)
[Update: *I just carefully read the ingredients (after we bought and ate it, of course) and I can't personally recommend this pretzel dough in the photo at this time because of several ingredients. However, I LOVE this company's products (many are Non-GMO Verified and they don't use trans fats) and hope to be able to recommend this product in the future. Plus, if you are going to buy a pre-made pretzel dough anyway, this may be a better option.]
1. Divide the pretzel dough with 2 strips together, forming 4 strips instead of the 8 (they are perforated)
2. Wrap each sausage with a "2-strip strip" in a slanted fashion until it is covered. Place about 2 inches apart on a pizza pan or cookie sheet (in the picture mine is covered in foil - I don't recommend foil, but it's not my cookware, so...).
3. Bake approximately 15 minutes at 350F. If any stick together you may need to separate and cook just a little longer.
4. Ta-da! Serve with condiments/sides of you choice.
Sorry, no photos from out of the oven - everyone was circling the kitchen for lunch!