Thursday, May 12, 2011

Piggy Pudding

I must say, I think "Earl" was my muse when I decided to make this dish for the Paula Deen Celebrity Cook Along at Happier Than A Pig In Mud!  I was also impressed that it only needed three ingredients from the store, and I was able to whip it up in a "Jiffy". 


I used a maple pork sausage and 4 Granny Smith apples.  A boxed corn muffin mix prepared according to the package directions and it is ready to be baked.



I was impressed that I didn't need a stick of butter or a bar of cream cheese!  I am always looking for different breakfast or brunch dishes that are easy to put together as well as tasty, and I would definitely make this again.


Pure maple syrup would be divine, but I am cutting back on sugar so I used a maple agave and it was really good, too.  This recipe is from The Lady & Son's Savannah Country Cookbook by Paula H. Deen.

PIGGY PUDDING

16 link pork sausages
4-5 tart apples, peeled, cored and sliced
one 7 1/2-ounce package corn bread mix (prepare batter according to directions on the package)


Preheat oven to 450 degrees.  Cook sausages until done, piercing with a fork to let out fat.  Drain, then arrange in a 9-inch square baking dish.  Layer sliced apples on top.  Pour corn bread batter over all and bake for approximately 30 minutes  or until corn bread is done (mine took only 20 minutes) .  Serve with warm maple syrup.


I am joining the Paula Deen Celebrity Cook Along at Happier Than A Pig in Mud
and
Foodie Fridays at Designs by Gollum


xo,

32 comments:

  1. I used jiffy mixes while my son was growing up. It was a way for me to put a little something sweet on the cake plate with a busy schedule. I sill use the corn muffin mix when I'm running short on time. Great recipe.........I'm your newest follower......

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  2. Piggy Pudding-how perfect is that!!! This does sound very good, the addition of apples is great. Your snack set is really cute too, I love the Q! Thanks so much for playing along Barbara:@)

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  3. Piggy Pudding sounds perfect Barbara! Love that this calls for apples with the sausage. Cute luncheon plates, I like the Q too! Thanks for playing along:@)

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  4. Oh, this looks delish, I think I'll make it for tomorrow's lunch! Thanks for sharing, wow!
    Thank you so much for your lovely visit and for such nice comment!
    Hugs
    FABBY

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  5. Blogger is back just in time! It looks good! I had a hard time finding something to make. Heart docs of the world are shuddering!

    Love the snack set too. I love Maeve Binchy too, or did we talk about that already? :)

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  6. Piggy pudding is just too funny and such a perfect name for Lynn's contest. This sounds really different but really yummy. We used to make an apple and sausage casserole for Christmas that when I first heard about it I said, "Right!" but we loved it. We will have to try this fun hog like recipe.

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  7. Hi Barbara,
    Sometimes I still by the Jiffy cornbread mix!
    Last spring I lost 15 pounds, but I am putting it back on!!! Oh!!!!!!!!!
    Have a nice weekend,
    un abbraccio!!
    Lorraine

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  8. Hello, my precious friend

    I don't know if my message for you has sent or not while blogger had been read-only mode. Well, what happened to blogger.

    I always love to know the recipes from your culture!!! I have a confession to make. I don't care for only cheese (^^;)
    See, I miss the valuable source of nutrition, haha.
    Have a marvelous weekend♫♫♫

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  9. I love the combination of sausage and apples, and definitely maple! Looks delicious!

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  10. Now that's my kind of recipe!!Happy to see you joined the celebrity cook along and foodie Fridays. It's so much fun to follow along.

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  11. What a cute recipe name. That Paula is a hoot.

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  12. Hi Barbara,
    This Piggy Pudding looks great.I wish to try this one.I am your newest follower.

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  13. What a cute idea to do piggy pudding for this cook off party! I'm like you and always on the lookout for a new breakfast or brunch recipe.
    This one looks like something I'll try.

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  14. I have never tried this, but it sounds delicious. I love the simplicity of it!

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  15. Now this is my kind of cooking. The less ingredients, the better....and I love sausage and apples together.
    ummmmm, bj

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  16. Thanks for sharing this good recipe...I will be making it for sure! :D

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  17. This sounds awesome...sausage and apples is a fabulous combo...throw in some cornbread and my tummy is growling!

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  18. This sounds like my kind of morning meal. I'll have to try this one. And I'll head on over and check out the cook along. Gotta love Paula Dean.
    BTW, I'm your newest follower too! :)

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  19. I too am impressed by the simplicity of this recipe!! If I can make it to the store today, which is likely, I'll be taking this to church tomorrow. We always potluck after and I love, LOVE simple!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  20. This sounds so good and really easy. I've never tried agave anything...yet.

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  21. Hi Barbara~ ~It's so nice to meet you. Welcome to blogland! Thanks for stopping by and for the sweet note. I will be getting back to you about it. What sweet birds you have. I have always wanted to have a bird that talks. Not a good idea right now as I have a cat I love who would not let the poor bird alone. Have a lovely weekend.

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  22. Hi Barbara! Oh, I'm sure going to make this piggy pudding. It sounds delicious! :)
    I don't know what agave is, but I'll take your word on it being good. :)
    Be a sweetie and have a wonderful weekend,
    Shelia ;)

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  23. This looks innovative and really delicious, never seen this approach before. Sort of the sausage version of tarte tatin! I will surely try this

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  24. ((((Barbara))))

    First you make me teary, now you are making me hungry! ;-)

    Thank you SO much for your thoughtful comment on my blog and for being a sweetheart from day one. You are precious and it has been MY honor to share in Blogland with you.

    I hope you are having a great Sunday and thank you again!

    Now I must go eat!

    Love,
    Kim

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  25. Yummy looking and very easy for my to try to make. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Thank you for dropping in.. Loving the idea of the apples.. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful looking recipe.

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  27. Although the name of the dish is unappealing to me (!) it looks delish, just the sort of thing that goes down well here at the Presbytere.
    Thanks for visiting me yesterday, I'll look forward to seeing you again soon.
    Maggie.

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  28. THis looks great Thanks for sharing. Have a super Monday. ~ Trish

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  29. Looks delicious! Am I too late for leftovers?!
    xo Cathy

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  30. Hi lovely lady. Im going to put this together for Breakfast looks so Good.
    I did cope the Piggy pudding so I don't forget.
    Thank so much for your comments on my new Island Tablescapes. I hope you have a Great Week.
    XXOO
    Diane

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  31. Thanks for your visit...love this..easy and so good! Thanks for sharing it! (And I did look like my daughter!) ;D

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  32. Great recipe! I had never heard of this until today, and now I've seen in on two blogs today. Interesting!

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