Sausage Chips with Honey Mustard Dip Recipe

| January 26, 2020 | 4 Comments

Sausage Chips and Honey Mustard Dip

Follow our complete, step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions to learn how to make this easy and delicious appetizer or snack. Printable recipe included.


Sausage Chips, enjoy!
Enjoy this really easy to make appetizer at the next big game party or any time family and friends gather. Quick and easy to make, and something about all the family will enjoy.


Sausage Chips, slider.

Here’s a really quick and easy snack or appetizer you can have on the table in no time at all. And, the best part is, all the family will love them. You’ll just need to make sure you have plenty of them on hand. Smile.

I’ve been trying to add some more Appetizers to our collection of recipes here on Taste of Southern this month. It seems there is some big football game about to roll around again in a few weeks, and I thought some snacks and appetizer recipes might come in handy.

I must give full credit to Johsonville Smoked Sausage Company for this recipe. And, I must apologize that even though I’m using one of their recipes, I wasn’t able to find their Kielbasa Sausage at my local grocery store. I tried though. I guess there goes any hope of them sponsoring a couple of recipes on Taste of Southern. Smile.

When I saw this, I knew I had to make it.

It just reminded me so much of one of my long time Christmas favorites of Hickory Farms Summer Sausages and their Honey Mustard spread. I love that stuff and this past Christmas was probably the first time I hadn’t had any in ages, so I needed a quick remedy for that.

You can use smoked sausage or kielbasa, whichever you prefer. I got 30 slices out of one package of kielbasa sausage, but I sliced mine about half an inch thick. I didn’t want them really thin, but that was just my personal preference, you do it the way you like them. Just be careful baking them though if you slice them thin, as they might burn or get hard in the baking times we list below.

The dip made more than enough dip for several packages of meat, so even if you double up on sausage, you shouldn’t have to double up on the dip.

What you really have to watch for is the person that will just make a meal off of this one appetizer. They are that good, and I promise you they will go quickly, so be prepared.

Ready to give our recipe a try? Alright then, let’s head on out to the kitchen, and… Let’s Get Cooking!


Sausage Chips, ingredients.
Sausage Chips with Honey Mustard Dip – You’ll need these ingredients.


Sausage Chips, slice the sausage.
Slice the sausage at a slight angle, cutting each slice about a half inch thick.



Sausage Chips, place on parchment paper.
Place a layer of parchment paper on a baking sheet, then place the slices of sausage on top of the paper.


Sausage Chips, bake 15 minutes.
Place the sausage chips in an oven that has been pre-heated to 300F degrees.

Let them bake for 15 minutes. We’ll turn them after that.


Sausage Chips, add mustard, mayo, honey.
Honey Mustard Dip – While the sausage chips are in the oven, place the Duke’s Mayonnaise, Spicy Brown Mustard, and Honey in a small mixing bowl.


Sausage Chips, stir well.
Stir all the ingredients together until fully mixed. Set this aside for now.


Sausage Chips, flip he chips.
After 15 minutes, use some tongs and flip each of the sausage chips over.


Sausage Chips, bake 10 more minutes.
Place the sausage chips back in the oven and bake for 10 more minutes.


Sausage Chips, remove from oven when done.
Remove the sausage chips from the oven when done.


Sausage Chips, enjoy.

Place the sausage chips and the Honey Mustard dip on a serving platter. Stick Pretzels can be used to spear a sausage chip to dip into the mustard. Pretzels are better than toothpicks because that way, you can eat the whole thing and not have to try and figure out where to stash the toothpicks. Smile.


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Sausage Chips, printbox.

Sausage Chips with Honey Mustard Dip Recipe

  • Author: Steve Gordon
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 25 minutes
  • Total Time: 35 minutes
  • Yield: 30+ servings 1x
  • Category: Appetizers
  • Method: Oven, bake
  • Cuisine: American, Southern


Sausage Chips are a quick and easy snack, or great appetizer for the next game party get together. Serve with pretzel sticks so you can dip them in the Honey Mustard easily.



1 pkg. Kielbasa Rope or Sausage
1/3 cup Duke’s Mayonnaise
1/4 cup Spicy Brown Mustard
2 Tablespoons Honey


Preheat oven to 300F degrees
Carefully cut sausage, on a diagonal, into half inch thin slices.
Line baking sheet with parchment.
Arrange sausage slices in single layer on baking sheet.
Bake 15 minutes. Turn slices over. Bake 10 minutes longer, until lightly browned.
Prepare the dip.
Place Duke’s mayonnaise in small mixing bowl.
Add brown mustard.
Add honey.
Stir well until combined.
Serve dip with sausage chips.


If you need more, just double the amount of sausage used. You will have more than enough Honey Mustard Dip so you don’t need to double that part.

Keywords: smoked sausage, kielbasa, sausage chips, honey mustard, dip, appetizers, game time snacks, quick, easy

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  1. Sandra Lowry says:

    Steve, you’re making me hungry! I have eaten Kielbasa as a “snack” many times but never cooked them in the oven. I always used a frying pan but your way appears to cut down on some of the fat. And your dipping sauce sounds delicious!
    Keep the great recipes coming!

    • Steve Gordon says:

      Hi Sandra, Thank you for your comments today. I do hope you’ll try baking the sausage and the Honey Mustard Dip. I think you’ll enjoy the combination of flavors. At least I hope you will. Smile. I always enjoy seeing your comments. Thank you for your support and for being a subscriber to the Newsletter. The door is always open for you, I hope you’ll stop by again… real soon. Be Blessed!!! -Steve

  2. Cheryl Kaenel says:

    What a quick appetizer! I usually cook the sausage in a skillet, but this way is SOOOOOO much easier and you don’t have all the clean up! Love the pretzel idea for toothpicks-will be using (stealing)that idea for guests this Sunday Super Bowl.
    Love your newsletter, keep up the great work!

    • Steve Gordon says:

      Hi Cheryl, It really is easy to make these. You can’t be stealing anything if you’ve already told me. Smile. I hope you have a great Super Bowl get together with your family and friends. Thank you for your kind comments. I’m thankful to have you as a subscriber to the Newsletter and for your support of our recipes. I do hope you’ll keep up the great work and that you’ll visit with us often. Be Blessed!!! -Steve

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