Maple Sausage Burgers

I mentioned earlier this week how much I love to grill hamburgers on football game day. They are such a quick and easy meal.

We love the bacon chipotle cheeseburger I shared earlier this week, but if you are looking for something a little different, with less spice, today’s recipe might be for you.

This is a nice change from a regular hamburger and the combination of the maple syrup and the sausage together gave this incredible flavor without much work. I put together the burgers ahead of time and kept them in the fridge until I was ready to cook them. It saved a lot of time to do that step ahead.

I paired the maple sausage burgers with Bush’s Onion Baked Beans, which are flavored with brown sugar, bacon, onion, and a blend of spices, and it made for perfect game day food.

And speaking of game day, the winner of the Bush’s Baked Beans Game Day Giveaway is Angela I sent you an email. Congratulations!

 

Disclaimer: I was compensated for my time for this post by Bush’s Baked Beans, but my thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. I made these for dinner and they were delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

  2. Hey :) I think Ive read on your site before that you use Udi’s gf hamburger buns? Although I’m not having much luck finding anything right now! Lol. What I wanted to know was where you find them or if you’ve ever ordered them? Their site says the kroger and publix by my house carry their product, and they do have some things but no bread or buns :( And my hubby just doesn’t get it, earlier in kroger he said so what do you just want to buy regular buns?! Ummm…. NO.

    • Yes, those in our family that eat gluten free use the Udi’s buns or bread. I have found them at whole foods and there is one grocery store chain in my area that carries them in the freezer section. I agree that they are a little hard to find sometimes. Whole foods is not very close to me so when the one store near me does not have them in stock, we end up going without them.

  3. Thanks. Whole foods is 30 mins from my house maybe an hour depending on traffic. Just feeling a little frustrated today and the hubbys not helping. Like you I’m not celiac and I’m glad for that but I feel like he doesn’t take the doc saying I’m gluten sensitive seriously. Just found out last week actually and its mostly thanks to you sharing your story that I decided to try gf eating and then went to the Dr.

    • Gluten free is very overwhelming at first, and if you start seeing results it makes it so much easier, because you realize it is worth it. In the beginning I tried to focus on food that was naturally gluten free or that I could easily make gluten free just by reading labels. And often I just ate things like hamburgers bunless or lettuce wrapped if I did not have gluten free buns. I am now sharing a gluten free menu plan in my allergy section that you might find helpful for ideas. http://lynnskitchenadventures.com/lra/gluten-free-menu-plan-number-one/

  4. If it has maple in it, I want to try it.

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