HALLOWIENER SAUSAGES WITH SPOOKY MASH AND BEANS

A bit of imagination can turn some potato mash into wee ghosties!  We’ve used some slices of black olive and chives to make a face, which plated up with home-made baked beans and the Hallowiener sausages, adds a layer of spookiness to the plate for the kids!  Home-made baked beans are a brilliant way of getting at least 2 portions of veg into your little moppets without them realising, and they taste heaps better than out of a tin. 

Hallowiener Sausages with spooky mash and beans

Serves 4 / preparation time 20 mins / cooking time 30 mins

Ingredients

8 Heck Hallowiener sausages

80g red onion

100g leek

1 tin chopped tomatoes

2 tbsp BBQ sauce

125g baby spinach

1 tin cannellini beans

Steps

  • To serve: mashed potato for 4 & black olive, chives etc to decorate.

  • To make the baked beans, finely chop the red onion and slice the leek.  Cook in a saucepan with a few spritzes of lo-cal oil over a medium heat until soft.  Add the chopped tomatoes and BBQ sauce, reduce the heat and leave to simmer for 10-15 minutes. 

  • Now add the spinach leaves and stir into the sauce letting the leaves wilt.  At this point blitz the sauce using a stick blender, and then add the beans.  Cook for a further 5 minutes so the beans are hot through.

  • Cook the sausages according to the packet instructions and serve up with the baked beans and mashed potato.  Add olives, chives etc to create ghostly faces as required…. and finish off with some pumpkin pie for pudding!

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