Turkey sausage is a healthy way to indulge in your favorite sweet and spicy recipes. Whether you are looking for an entree, side dish, or appetizer, these turkey sausage recipes will appeal to the entire family.See Popular Turkey Sausage Recipes
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Rice is nice, but it's terrific when blended with a calorie-smart, spicy tomato-based sauce along with red beans, fresh veggies and kielbasa.
The natural sweetness of sweet potatoes pairs well with turkey sausage in this modern take on a hash. Try it for brunch on a particularly active weekend.
Cold weather demands hearty, warm meals. Your family will rave about this healthy, maple-flavored mixture of Great Northern beans, black beans and smoked turkey sausage.
Sitting down together as a family to eat healthy, home-cooked food -- that's the whole idea behind Sunday Supper. We heard from plenty of you who enjoyed making last week's dinner. This week we've got a fresh, healthy spin on what has long been a surefire way to satisfy the troops: a big bowl of pasta and a big Italian salad.
Turkey kielbasa keeps the fat low in this 30-minute bean chili. Salsa helps make its spicy sauce.
The crisp crunch of coleslaw adds extra texture to this warm and hearty bean soup recipe. To save time, use coleslaw mix found in the produce section.
For a quick and easy dinner, try this tomato-based white bean, smoked turkey sausage, and pasta, main dish recipe that you can throw together in less than 30 minutes.
Ground turkey breast is used to make this low-fat breakfast sausage.
This grown up macaroni and cheese casserole recipe includes sausage, olives, and herbs.
Why not make your own breakfast sausage? It's easy, and these homemade breakfast treats are healthier by far than the store-bought version!
Mamma mia! Sick of the usual? Grill a tasty better-for-you pizza that's quick and easy, too. It has 64% less sat fat, 50% less fat, and 24% fewer calories than the original recipe.
A lot of people are getting on the turkey bandwagon, and we'll admit, we're with them. Not that we're ever likely to turn our backs entirely on a good all-beef hamburger or smoked kielbasa any time soon. But the truth is, the turkey-based alternatives are often just as flavorful and somehow lighter but still satisfying.