|You will need Canola Oil, Cooked and crumbled Sausage, Wonton Wrappers, Cheese, Red Pepper, Olives, and Ranch Dressing.|
|Ad a bit of oil to your Muffin tins. I just used a paper towel with a bit of oil on it and swirled it around each cup.|
|Grab your Wonton wrappers and and a bit of Canola Oil. Lightly rub the Oil all over the Wonton.|
|Place the Oiled Wonton Wrapper in the Muffin Tin and try to arrange it so that the edges poke out fairly evenly. This will make the best cups.|
|Bake at 350 Degrees for about 5 minutes.|
|Done. They should should be hardened but you don't want them overly browned. Set aside.|
|Meanwhile..add the cooked and crumbled Sausage and the diced Red Pepper into a large mixing bowl.|
|Also add in the Ranch Dressing, Cheese, and Sliced Olives.|
|Mix together really well.|
|I took these little beauties to a party so I moved them from the Muffin tin to a parchment lined baking sheet. You can cook them directly in the Muffin Tin also.|
|Evenly stuff the cups with the Sausage mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes until the mixture is hot and bubbly.|
|I don't have a finished product picture because once they were done they were gone.|
Sausage Ranch Star Appetizer Recipe Printable Recipe
1 Lb Sausage (Jimmy Dean Sage is my favorite)
1/2 Red Pepper, Diced
24 Wonton Wrappers
small can of Sliced Black Olives
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
Grab a Muffin tin and grease the cups using the Canola oil and a paper towel. Take each Wonton Wrapper and lightly rub oil over both sides and place in the muffin tin cups. Bake for about 5 minutes to set the shape of the wonton wrappers but not to brown them. Set aside.
Meanwhile in a large mixing bowl Combine the cooked and crumbled Sausage, Red Pepper, Cheese, Olives, and Ranch.
Add the Sausage mixture evenly to the Wonton Wrappers. You can either cook them in the Muffin tin or you can transfer them to a parchment lined baking sheet. Bake for 10-15 minutes until they are warm and bubbly.