Sheet-Pan Sausages and Brussels Sprouts With Honey Mustard Recipe (2024)

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Diane

To me, the changes people make to the recipe is the best part. Thank you for sharing.

NoFoLaura

Used cubed sweet potatoes (on hand), more mustard (mix of Dijon and grainy), and less honey (our preference). Yes, yes, I know, "you didn't make this", but honestly, we really enjoyed it. Super easy, great balance of flavors, and a big sheet of heavy duty foil meant almost no clean up.

Katie

michelle

Oh my gosh. Husband is not a fan of sausages (i know!) or mustard but loves brussels sprouts...yet i forged ahead. this was his response: i think this is one of the best things you’ve ever made. Mic drop.

Sarah

This was bloody lovely! I added 6oz of broxolli slaw mix with carrot and red cabbage (I would totally use the full 12oz bag next time) and I used chicken sausage from Costco that are whole30 compliant (I know honey isn't but it's all part of free food choices) I let them cook a little longer so the slaw got charred and sticky and the Brussels were lovely and dark. I'll be making this again for sure. Quick easy and delicious.

DJ

Made it with Beyond Meat brats cut into coins. The whole thing was delicious and cooked though evenly.

colleen

Made as written. It was delicious. Next time, I will definitely track down bratwurst (used sweet Italian sausage) use a lot more mustard (probably a combination of Dijon and grainy mustard) and double the vegetables. My 3 comments are: potatoes definitely benefitted from being cut smaller to be a little smaller than the Brussels sprouts as they take longer to cook; wouldn’t use mustard seeds again as they didn’t soften up in the 15 min. cooking; cooking time was more like 35 even with convection

Matt

Sheet pans are fine, I have five or so, but they aren't the greatest invention since the wheel, as the enthusiasm for them seems to suggest.Cooking most, or all, of a meal in one pan makes sense for numerous reasons, but for this recipe, as well as so many others, a heavy bottomed pan is better, and most sheet pans aren't that sturdy.A skillet would work well. A heavy bottomed large skillet -14" is a great size, and is more versatile than a sheet pan.

Linda

Butternut squash works well with this.

Eli

This was really good but I made some tweaks. Instead of whole links, I cut the sausage into coins. I went a little crazy with the sauce and made a lot of it and added some lemon juice. So spicy, sweet, and hearty!

Gabriel

Made this for supper tonight. Nice and quick. If you use baby red potatoes, I'd cut them into quarters instead of halves unless you like your potatoes quite firm. I made an extra half serving of the honey mustard for dunking and it was a choice I do not regret.

L Clifton

Reduced the oil by about half but it came out fine. Made it twice, once with precooked chicken-maple sausage, once with raw mild Italian chicken sausage. Put the precooked sausage in after the 1st 15 minutes, cooked whole recipe 10 more minutes, turned off oven and rested pan in oven for about 5 minutes while guests gathered at the table--this version turned out delicious and we didn't miss the extra oil.

Claire

Has anyone tried this with a vegetarian sausage such as Beyond Meat?

patty

Delicious and easy. I added a chopped red onion and chopped granny smith apples instead of the honey.

Momo

Fantastic result, but would double the honey mustard next time. Used walnuts which added a bit of crunch, nice addition. Next time I’ll deglaze the sheet pan, and use the sweet and savory bits as extra sauce. Delicious!

Jillian H

shockingly easy & delicious. Made with beer brats for a group of 6 (doubled the recipe) & it was delicious!

Margie

I made this last night and we loved it. I used chicken apple sausages from TJ's; didn't have the baby potatoes so I cubed some russets; didn't have brussels sprouts so I used big pieces of red, orange, and yellow peppers. Doubled the honey mustard. In the oven for +/- 25 minutes. Easy, delicious, easy cleanup. Definitely now in the rotation!

Katherine

I doubled everything, and used Kase Krainer sausages from Wegmans. Turned out great! I would suggest possibly even tripling the honey mustard mixture, or just having more mustard for dipping at the table.

Edith L

Made tonight pretty much as written except, although we are a family of 4 adults I know that one pound of sausages was not enough. Also the potatoes in the bag were also One and a half pounds so that was the proportions . Doubled the mustard honey. It was great and everyone loved. Just enough for my family of four.

Paul

Easy and flavorful. Double the honey mustard. It doesn’t call for it and the pic wasn’t much help but use parchment or foil with a light coat of oil on the sheet.

Susan

I just made this. Subbed in broccoli for the brussels sprouts (hate brussels sprouts) and I had the broccoli on hand. Two full stalks, peeled and made coins from the stems, as well as used the florets. Used a very large orange sweet potato for the Yukon golds. I also added spring red onions to the sheet pan. So very good!Rather than mustard seeds, which I didn't have, I added a tablespoon of coarse-ground mustard. I must say, I was pleased.

mary

Delish. Tripled the honey mustard sauce. Almonds were good, but don’t know they added to the taste.

lshobbs57

The Brussels sprouts came out too sweet for me. I like them crispy, almost completely burned, and salty. The potatoes and sausage were fine with the honey mustard.

Christina

Sausages were done way before the potatoes, so I took them out and let the veg finish. Next time I’ll probably just coat everything in the honey mustard before putting it in the oven (instead of halfway through).

Pego

We enjoyed this easy weekday recipe. Notes: The potatoes didn't get roasted in the same time as the other ingredients. I would cut smaller dice next time. I had eight asparagus spears which I cut into 2.5 inch pieces and tossed into the the mix. They were delish. I also placed the honey mustard in the microwave for 20 seconds. It made drizzling much more efficient.

Jenny

I enjoy this recipe but the estimated cook time is terrible. Had to add at least 15 mins.

Melissa

I must have done something wrong. This was ok but nothing special and incredibly sticky, to the point my teeth stuck together at one point. I pushed the veggies around to get the sauce under them, that was a mistake I think. My pan is a sticky, icky mess. Can't wait to clean it :( Some of the Brussels sprouts came apart as I tried to get them off the pan. Each element was tasty but nothing special.

my notes

Made to the recipe except I only had loose bulk sausage, and used a teaspoon of powdered mustard seeds instead, turned out fantastic

Jaylbyrd

So, so dang good. Easy, too! Use fake sausages to minimize your dietary contribution to climate change, and don't skip either the mustard seeds or the almonds!

Barb

I followed the recipe pretty closely, but did double the honey-mustard dressing per previous suggestions. I sliced the brats in fourths. The Brussels cooked faster, but their juices added to the overall flavor. I highly recommend.

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