From soups and sandwiches to international dishes, these sausage dinners are perfect for a quick weeknight meal.
Cost per serving: $2.52
Your kids will love this colorful, easy-to-eat meal. You’ll love the healthier turkey sausage option paired with mango and spinach.
See recipe: Turkey Sausage and Mango Wraps
Cost per serving: $1.79
Traditional stuffing gets an Italian twist with the inclusion of fennel and sweet Italian sausage in this recipe. If you prefer something sweeter, try using cranberries and chestnuts instead.
See recipe: Sausage-and-Fennel Stuffing
Cost per Serving: $2.96
A meatier take on this traditional Louisiana dish. Serve over rice for a filling dinner.
See recipe: Chicken and Sausage Gumbo
Cost per Serving: $2.54
This German dish is perfect for anyone who likes something salty, savory and a little sour.
See recipe: Pan-Grilled Sausages with Sauerkraut
Cost per serving: $1.53
Enjoy this rich, Mexican-inspired soup with cornbread and chopped avocado or a dollop of sour cream on top.
See recipe: Black Bean Soup with Sausage
Cost per serving: $1.05
While the grill is hot, toss on a few sausages along with your classic hot dogs. Chicken, turkey or pork sausages are all delicious options.
See recipe: Grilled Sausages with Mixed Pepper Compote
Cost per serving: $2.01
The delicious combination of cranberries and pork sausage―with bits of fresh sage and thyme―make this dressing a Thanksgiving classic.
See recipe: Sausage and Fall Fruit Stuffing
Cost per serving: $1.86
Chicken sausage is naturally low in fat and calories, but you won’t sacrifice flavor or heartiness by pairing it with garbanzo beans and fresh escarole in this delicious recipe.
See recipe: Sausage with Beans and Escarole
Cost per serving: $2.49
Leftover: Chorizo or sausage
If you have extra chorizo left over from a summer barbecue, you can incorporate it into this tasty recipe. The spicy one-skillet dish has minimal clean-up, so it's ideal for an easy weeknight meal.
See recipe: Chicken and Chorizo Paella
Cost per serving: $3.63
Fire up your slow cooker in the morning and you can have a Cajun feast by day's end.
Recipe: Easy Slow-Cooker Jambalaya
Cost per Serving: $2.50
This recipe is a great way to make use of all those gorgeous bell peppers you see around this time of year but have no idea what to do with. It’s also an easy lunch that everyone will enjoy.
See recipe: Sausage and Pepper Sandwiches
Cost per serving: $1.26
This recipe calls for mild Italian sausage but if you're watching your fat, you can use chicken sausage instead.
Recipe: Apple and Sausage Stuffing
Cost per serving: $3.18
This flavorful Turkey Kielbasa Kebabs with Peppers and Fennel recipe is perfect for serving a crowd at a cookout. Mix it up by swapping kielbasa for turkey sausage in a few different flavors, such as sun-dried tomato, andouille and spinach-feta. Put different flavors on each skewer so everyone gets a variety.
See recipe: Turkey Kielbasa Kebabs with Peppers and Fennel
Cost per serving: $1.50
Any fully cooked sausages will work in this British dish. Chicken-apple sausage goes nicely with mustard and onions. A roasted garlic-flavored sausage also works well. Use pork instead of chicken or turkey, if you prefer.
See recipe: Bangers and Mash
Cost per serving: $3.14
Serve this stew with lots of crusty bread to soak up the flavorful liquid.
See recipe: White Bean, Kale and Sausage Stew