This Keto Sausage Platter with Cheese & Pickles is a fun and easy appetizer that is delicious and full of flavor.
One of our favorite local restaurants has a fantastic keto friendly appetizer that my husband loves. As I’ve been thinking about various keto appetizers, we can make for the Holiday Season. This particular dish came to mind. It is very simple, and it might sound a little different at first, but my hubby and big kids love this Keto Sausage Platter with Cheese and pickles. It starts with sliced sauteed sausage then you add sliced cheese cubes, sliced pickle spears, and banana peppers. I had thought about arranging everything separately on a platter, but my family is very adamant that combining everything together is what makes this appetizer amazing. They love the fact that the cheese and the pickles are warm.
Keto Sausage Platter with Cheese & Pickles is Completely Customizable
First, you start with smoked sausage. I bought the all-beef nitrate free at Walmart and sliced it evenly. Then, I sliced cheese cubes, pickle spears, and the banana peppers. This Keto Sausage Platter is entirely versatile. Feel free to use different kinds of cheese, omit the banana peppers, or change up the pickles however you prefer. It’s so easy to customize this keto appetizer to suit your fancy.
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How to Make Keto Sausage Platter with Cheese & Pickles
Keto Sausage Platter with Cheese and Pickles
- 14 oz smoked all beef sausage, sliced
- 5 pickle spears, chopped
- 10 Monterrey Jack cheese cubes, sliced in half
- 8 banana pepper slices, chopped
- 1 tbsp Old Bay Seasoning
- Saute the smoked sausage in 1/2 tablespoon of the Old Bay Seasoning in a skillet until browned.
- Drain the sausage on paper towels.
- Drain the excess juice from pickles and banana peppers.
- Layer the smoked sausage, cheese, pickle spears, and banana peppers on a platter then sprinkle the rest of the Old Bay Seasoning on top.