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*Look for the sausages with the fewest additives/preservatives in the ingredient list. I usually have luck finding all-natural ones, like what we linked to in the ingredient list above, in the health food section. If making this gluten-free and/or dairy-free, be sure to check the packaging and ingredients to avoid both.
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To Get Crispier Sweet Potatoes: If you want the sweet potatoes to be crispier, you’ll have to start roasting them about 5 minutes earlier than the rest of the ingredients. Or, add the sweet potatoes to a separate pan so they can spread out and roast faster.
Gluten-Free Version: Be sure to buy gluten-free sausages. Some have hidden ingredients that contain gluten.
Other Vegetable Options: You can substitute fairly thin carrot slices (or 1/2-inch diced carrots) for the sweet potatoes. You can use broccoli or cauliflower florets for the Brussels sprouts, but you’ll need to add those with only 15 minutes left of cook time (they roast faster than the sprouts).
Can I Use Raw Sausages? Yes, you can add them sliced or whole. However, they may take up to 25 minutes to get fully cooked. So, we would recommend starting those first and then adding the vegetables after 5 minutes. Then, continue to cook everything for another 20 minutes, stirring halfway through.
To Add More Heat: Stir in a pinch of red pepper flakes to add more spiciness.