Andouille Garlic Sausage Bites

Andouille Garlic Sausage Bites are an adult version of a Pigs in a Blanket type appetizer served with a Sweetened Dijonaise Dipping Sauce. An easy 30-minute appetizer.

A tray of Andouille garlic sausage bites

My husband and I like trying new and interesting products and we generally try to buy organic, free-range, hormone & antibiotic free meats as often as possible. We always reach for additive, preservative, and nitrate free foods, too. So when we were recently introduced to D’Artagnan Foods, we were quite impressed with the quality.

D’Artagnan is committed to free-range, natural production and sustainable, humane farming practices. They partner only with small farms and ranches that have strict standards & promise to never use antibiotics or hormones. These methods allow them to offer the best-tasting, conscientiously raised meat possible and this continued commitment to quality definitely shows in their products. The flavors in these Andouille Sausage Bites will not disappoint! 

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Buying from D’Artagnan is “NO RISK” since they back every purchase with a 100% satisfaction guarantee so you can shop with confidence. If you are dissatisfied for any reason, simply phone or e-mail the company for a refund or replacement of your order. That being said, I can’t imagine that happening because the products they ship are amazing. I received a wide variety of products (of my choosing) to try and was just amazed at everything they have to offer. Shipping is fast, too. The food arrived in insulated boxes with more than enough ice packs to keep the products chilled for up to 48 hours of transit.

A photo of the D'Artagnan overnight shipping box

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The products in my box from D'artagnon

So anyway, after my packages arrived, it was a mad dash to decide which items we would try first. It was really difficult to decide because everything looks so good just straight out of the box. Luckily we’ve been working on an adult version of a “Pigs in a Blanket” type appetizer so we were anxious to put the Andouille Sausage we ordered to the test with this Andouille Sausage Bites with our Dijonaise style Mustard Dipping Sauce. 

A photo of the main elements of this easy Andouille Sausage Bites Appetizer.

These Andouille Sausage Bites are perfect for company, game day or any other need for a quick and tasty appetizer. Did I mention that they are also super easy to make? Not only that but this whole appetizer can be made ahead of time and just popped in the oven at just the right moment to serve a fresh, hot treat to your game day or poker night guests.

These little snacks are great to help stave off the hunger pangs prior to a dinner party as well. The whole recipe was a success because just soon after serving these, the only thing left was crumbs on the plate.  :)


A serving tray of Andouille Sausage Bites.
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Andouille Garlic Sausage Bites

Ronda Eagle | Kitchen Dreaming
Andouille Garlic Sausage Bites are an adult version of pigs in a blanket served with a sweetened Dijonaise Sauce.
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Cajun
Servings 12 servings
Calories 295 kcal


For the Sausage Bites:

  • 1 pound Andouille Sausage
  • 1 egg , beaten
  • 1 sheet frozen puff pastry , thawed
  • 1-2 tbsp flour , for the work surface

For the Dijonaise:

  • 1/4 cup dijon mustard
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 3 tbsp brown sugar
  • 2 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • salt and pepper to taste


  • If necessary, cook the sausages through and set aside to cool.
  • Preheat the oven to 425°F and lightly grease a baking sheet.
  • Prepare the dijonaise by placing all the dijonaise ingredients in a bowl and whisking until thoroughly combined. Place in a small serving dish and set aside.
  • Onto a clean work surface, scatter a tablespoon or two of flour. Roll out 1 sheet of pastry to flatten it.
  • Cut the sheet of puff pastry in half lengthwise (along the middle of the long side), roll out the pastry slightly if needed to fit the sausage. Lay a cooled sausage onto the pastry dough roll it to cover the sausage completely. It’s okay to leave the ends uncovered but is also okay to wrap them completely, if you prefer. Sometimes, I add a small bit of the dijonaise inside the pastry dough but you can leave that for the side in case your guests don’t care for it.
  • Working with the second piece of dough the same way you did with the first piece wrap both sausages.
  • Using a fork, press the pastry edges to seal. If needed, dip your finger in some water to wet the edge of the dough to make it stick better during the sealing process.
  • Brush the tops of the pastry with the egg wash. This encourages browning of the dough.
  • Slice the sausages into your desired thickness and lay them on the try an inch or two apart.
  • Bake until the pastry dough is golden brown and has puffed up slightly, about 20 minutes.
  • Serve hot or at room temperature.


This recipe can easily be doubled with two (1 lb) packages of Andouille Sausage links to every one package (two sheets) of frozen puff pastry.
Nutrition is calculated based on the recipe as written. Additions, omissions, or substitutions will change the calculated values shown. The addition, omission, or substitution of ingredients will alter the nutritional information shown. Nutrition percentages are based on a 2000-calorie diet. The FDA recommends 80 micrograms of vitamin K.


Serving: 11/12Calories: 295kcalCarbohydrates: 13gProtein: 10gFat: 23gSaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 47mgSodium: 484mgPotassium: 140mgFiber: 1gSugar: 3gVitamin A: 35IUVitamin C: 1mgVitamin D: 1µgVitamin E: 1mgVitamin K: 11µgCalcium: 15mgFolate: 20µgIron: 1mgZinc: 1mg
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17 thoughts on “Andouille Garlic Sausage Bites”

    • Hi Karen,
      The garlic andouille was the type of spicy Cajun sausage I used. Therefore, the garlic was in the sausage and not in my ingredients list. Sorry for the confusion. I will update the recipe card to reflect this nuance.

    • I haven’t tried it out but I’m sure it would be great. Prepare it just like the directions and then slice and bake according to the crescent roll time and temp. I will have to look at some crescent rolls for that information.

  1. I have read this at least 5 times and I still don’t see a recipe for the dijonaise dipping sauce. Or is this also a product you sell?

    • Hi Jeannie, I do not sell any products on my blog. I write about products I believe in and trust – like D’artagan. That being said, the Andouille Sausage bites and the dijonaise dipping sauce recipe is indeed my own. I see the recipe card has been corrupted. I will have to recreate that and get it back online. Thank you for taking the time to comment and point this out to me. I appreciate your help!

  2. I buy D’Artagnan sausage when I can, and their bacon always. Once you’ve tried their bacon, you’re spoiled for any other. I never buy other brands…it’s just not as good. I didn’t realize they sold online…I have to check that out. And thanks for the tip on ebates…another one of my faves!

      • I guess I am lucky then! I’ve been buying their bacon for years. I almost had a panic attack when my grocery store moved it away from the bacon sectio and I couldn’t find it at first. I really don’t buy anything else. And I buy it every week. They just moved it down near their organic and free range section. Whew!

  3. I love andouille and this brand sounds amazing – right up my alley! Will definitely have to check them out. And what a perfect little party treat! I’m pinning so I can make a batch of these for our next game day watching :)


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