Cheese Curds & Sausage Bites

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Crunchy and delicious, these cheese curds & sausage skewers are a perfect appetizer or finger food for your next gathering. Whether you’re planning a party or a game day tailgate, everyone will love popping these tasty cheese curd sausage bites. A wooden tray with fried cheese curd and sausage skewersAre you a fan of cheese curds? Have you ever had fried cheese curds? If you’re a cheese fan, we highly recommend! They are SOOooooo good!! The first time I actually tried fried cheese curds was at a Culver’s restaurant in college in the Midwest and we’ve loved them since! So, here’s a little info about these tasty bites if you’re not already familiar…

Culver’s Cheese Curds

Culver’s Wisconsin Cheese Curds are made with fresh, unaged yellow and white cheddar cheese, deep fried for a warm buttery crunch. They are SOOooo good!!! Fried Cheese Curds from Culver's on a cheese boardAs their name suggests, all Culver’s Wisconsin Cheese Curds actually come from LaGrander’s Hillside Dairy in Stanley, Wisconsin!! So it probably comes as no surprise that Culver’s actually originated in Sauk City, Wisconsin. So you’re getting some real Wisconsin cheese with every bite!

Culver’s Cheese Curd Photo Booth

To celebrate Wisconsin Cheese Curds (and the smiles they inevitably cause as you bite into an ooey-gooey curd), Culver’s was actually recently in Phoenix with a cheesy photo booth! 😉  Can you #SayCheeseCurds?!Blue photo booth tent for Culver's cheese curdsRight in the heart of downtown, there was . giant cheese curd (complete with his cheesy glasses) and a tent to take photos in – plus props! I mean, have you ever seen a giant cheese curd?! So I took my cheesy photos and got a sample of my favorite Wisconsin Cheese Curds. HA! So, be on the lookout to see if they’re coming to a city near you! Since it was during the school day and the boys were jealous they didn’t get go, I decided to surprise them with a delicious cheese curd treat! I mean, it IS hard to resist that crunchy, gooey deliciousness! Fried Cheese Curds on a wooden serving traySo, plan to stop by your local Culver’s restaurant to pick up some Wisconsin Cheese Curds – for lunch or dinner, for a tasty snack, or to make these delicious cheese curds & sausage bites!

Cheese Curds & Sausage Bites 

So, we’ve already established that Culver’s Wisconsin Cheese Curds are delicious all on their own! BUT, you can take things up a notch to create a tasty appetizer or finger food option that guests at any party will love! These cheese curds & sausage skewers are SO good and actually SO “Wisconsin”. In fact, “curds ‘n sticks” is actually a thing there. It’s cheese curds and chunks of sausage sticks. So, these little cheese curds & sausage bites are a play on that. Fried cheese curds and sausage bites on toothpicksThese are SO easy to make and the perfect party food! Just order a few packages (or a family curds) from Culver’s and then cook up your favorite sausages in a pan – brats, polish sausages, kielbasa- you name it! Then, skewer two curds and two slices of sausage in layers on a toothpick! That’s it! So easy, so tasty, and so fun for a party! Hand holding a skewer with cheese curds and sausage bitesEveryone in our house absolutely loved these little curds & sausage bites. We happen to think these would be especially perfect for some football food! But of course, that’s no surprise since everyone here is already a fan of Culver’s Wisconsin Cheese Curds!

Easy Cheese Curds & Sausage Skewers Recipe 

Cheese Curds & Sausage Bites
 
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Crunchy and delicious, these cheese curds & sausage skewers are a perfect appetizer or finger food for your next gathering.
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Recipe type: Appetiser
Serves: 8-10
Ingredients
  • 2 packs (or 1 family pack) of Culver's Cheese Curds
  • 1 package polish sausages/kielbasa, sliced.
  • toothpicks
Instructions
  1. Bring home the hot cheese curds. Immediately cook up the sliced sausage in a skillet.
  2. On toothpicks, layer two sausage slices and two cheese curds.
  3. Repeat until all the sausages and curds have been used up or until you have your desired number of skewers.
  4. Serve warm and enjoy!

Enjoy!!

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