Johnsonville “Brat Crock” Recipe

logo The Super Bowl is not just about “The game” in our house. It’s about good friends and good food. My husbands three best friends (and others) arrive Saturday for our pre-game day party of food, drink and good times and then wake up (barely) Sunday morning to play their annual golf tournament, a ritual that has lasted close to 20 years. As the years have progressed, our Super Bowl pre-party has really become the “it” party. In the last few years most of our “boys” head directly home after golf and the hubs and I curl up on the couch to watch the game. This year however, the two of our three boys are staying in with us and I’m stoked (I love to cook for a crowd). We have leftovers from last night: Gaucamole, Bean Salad, Wings, and Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Jalapeño Poppers. To top off the meat factor,  I am incorporating some delicious Johnsonville Brats. fiveEightyNine   Thanks to the kind folks at JohnsonvilleI am making their delicious indoor tailgate recipe for a Brat Crock.” This is easy to make and are the perfect grab and eat delight throughout the game. Few ingredients are needed, nor is it labor intensive. If you are out and about shopping today, consider this fast and fabulous recipe for your indoor tailgate. Johnsoville Brat Crock Hot Tub Johnsonville Brat Crock What You’ll Need: · 1 large slow cooker · 3-4 cans (12 ounces each) beer (depending on the size of your slow cooker) · 2 tablespoons butter · 1 medium yellow or white onion, sliced into rings · Johnsonville Brats What to Do: · Pour in the beer, add butter & onions first, then turn slow cooker on high · Heat a grill pan or heavy skillet to medium high and grill or sear the brats on all sides (Brats are fully cooked when the internal temperature reaches 160F) · Add your Johnsonville Brats to the slow cooker and heat until the brats are cooked Place through, about 2 hours · Reduce heat to low to keep the brats hot throughout the game · When folks are ready for seconds or thirds — or even when stragglers show up late –grab a Johnsonville Brat out of the “Brat Crock” and enjoy! Doesn’t get much easier does it! So grab a brat and enjoy the game. Happy Eating Johanna Disclaimer: I was given coupons to purchase my brats thanks to Johnsonville.

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