Bacon Wrapped Smokies

This Northwoods favorite is time-consuming but the ingredients are simple and well worth cooking. The brown sugar and bacon grease combine beautifully and give it such a great taste.

Wurst of the Divide

We like our warm comfort food. This casserole is just the ticket. Not sure where the recipe name came from but what does it matter? It includes the World’s Best Brats.

Cajun Brats and Seafood Gumbo

New Orleans is a long way from the Northwoods. But no matter where you are, this comforting soup recipe brings a taste of Cajun right “bayou.” We apologize for the “pun” but we won’t apologize for this delicious meal that will satisfy a whole family.

Chicken Cheddar Fajita Brat Guacamole Tortillas

Can’t decide whether you’re in the mood for Mexican or Brats? Have both. The great Up North and South of the Border comes together in this recipe.

Old World Bratwurst and Onion Sandwiches

Can’t get enough onions and brats and beer? This is the recipe for you. Whatever you do, don’t use a dark beer with this recipe. You’ve still got lots of great Wisconsin beers to choose from.

Choucroute Garnie

This Northwoods idea comes with a little history lesson. Although sauerkraut is a traditionally German and Eastern European dish, this “dressed sauerkraut” recipe has a taste France. It was cooked up back in 1648 during the annexation of Alsace and Lorraine (areas bordering France & Germany near Baden-Baden). So this dish is very-very good-good.

Bratwurst and Beer

Can’t get enough of Wisconsin’s Northwoods? Put two of our favorites together: the World’s Best Brats and your favorite choice of beer. Bingo! The end result is worth the cooking time.

Creamed Bratwurst

When you’re starting with the World’s Best Brat, you can’t go wrong with any recipe. This recipe lets you get adventurous without getting too complicated.

Bratwurst and Pasta Salad

There’s nothing like a picnic on the Wisconsin River or any of our lakes. And here’s a nice big salad that will serve your family at home, or anywhere.