Pot Luck, Pitch In, BYO… you know what I mean, right? Our church calls their after service meals “pitch-in”, where everyone brings a dish and everybody shares what they brought. The food is plentiful and always wonderful!
This is my month to play the piano at church so I have to be there at 8 am Sunday morning for practice, and I need to take my pitch-in dish when I go. I was looking for something super easy and of course Pinterest didn’t let me down…again.
I wasn’t quite sure what to expect since I didn’t make this up ahead of time but I was certainly pleased when I put some of this deliciousness on my plate and enjoyed it with the rest of my meal.
Ok, so are you ready for this super simple recipe?
- 3 lbs kielbasi (The packages are not quite a pound each, they are more like 14oz, so I used 3 - 14oz packages)
- 1 lb. brown sugar
- Slice kielbasi and place in crock pot.
- Stir in brown sugar
- Cook in crock pot on low for 5 hours or on high for 2½ hours.
The brown sugar melts down over and into the kielbasi and creates this deliciously sweet, coated kielbasi, that you and many other are going to love!
At least 5 people at the pitch-in asked me for the recipe and I was thrilled to tell them how super easy this was.
These were great for the pitch-in, but could also be used as an appetizer for a party. Just poke ’em with a tooth pick and serve, or serve them right out of the crock pot…that’s what I did. They are really good…trust me on this one!!