Cheesecake Injected Pumpkin Pie Bratwursts


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    Pumpkin Pie Brat with Cream Cheese

    Pumpkin Bratwurst with Cheesecake

    See what happens when we inject cheesecake into a cooked Pumpkin Bratwurst! Watch the video, read the post and let us know if you have any questions.

    Prep Time

    10 Minutes

    Cook Time

    15 Minutes

    Ingredients

    Cheesecake
    Pumpkin Bratwurst

    Utensils Needed

    1 oz Marinade Injector

    Instructions

    We already had the pumpkin bratwurst made, they were in our freezer so all we had to do was defrost them and cook them. If you want to make some pumpkin bratwurst follow the instructions the video below:

    How To Make Homemade Sausage & Brats Video

    Process

    Cook your Bratwursts until they are done. Remove the crust from the cream cheese and whip it until it is creamy. We found that the easiest way to load the syringe was by removing the plunger and filling it from the back. Then simply stick the needle down the middle of the bratwurst and depress the plunger as you slowly pull the injector out. Some of the cheesecake will get through the meat but should be caught by the casing.

    Eat it with or without a bun, I enjoyed it more without a bun!

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