Taming Twins Marmalade Sticky Sausages

14/03/2017 by

Marmalade sticky sausage one pan tray bake

A simple recipe that dishes up delicious results from Taming Twins Blogger, Sarah Barnes.


Following the launch of Perfect Little Pork Chipolatas, debbie&andrew’s had the idea to make it even easier for busy parents to please hungry offspring, by sharing brilliant but simple recipes that really make a meal out of sausages.  Taming Twins Blogger, Sarah Barnes has certainly come up with the goods.  Her recipe for Marmalade Sticky Sausages is so appealing you may feel that it’s too good just to give to the children! 


Sarah Barnes calls herself a toddler tamer, adventurer, recipe creator, puddle jumper, Pinterest fiend and YouTube faffer.  Her pictures and writings on social media have attracted 420,000 supporters today, all of whom love her family-friendly tips and advice on food and travel.  She teamed up with debbie&andrew’s to create this wonderful recipe that makes the most out of the new tender, succulent Perfect Little Pork Chipolatas. This recipe adds a caramelised marmalade finish which is sticky heaven for youngsters, but still maintains a good helping of vegetables to be chomped down at the same time. (See Recipe Below).

Reduced Fat and Salt

Perfect Little Pork Chipolatas are debbie&andrew’s new mini-me offering that takes what is great about grown-up sausages and delivers it in miniature, with reduced amounts of salt and fat too!  They are particularly suitable for after school get-togethers since they can be eaten by any guests who are sensitive to gluten, wheat or dairy products.   These slim sausages cook quickly and are easy to cut up and eat – they disappear in next to no time!  As ever with debbie&andrew’s, the best pork is chosen specially to make the most succulent and juicy chipolatas.  Only British meat is selected from farms that meet the Red Tractor standard. 

Cook time 60 min. Serves 4



  • · 375g pack debbie&andrew's Perfect Little Pork Chipolatas
  • · 500g New potatoes (or small potatoes cut into chunks, no need to peel)
  • · 2 x 500g bags Casserole mix (or prepare choice of root vegetables, onions etc)
  • · 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • · Salt and pepper
  • · A handful of fresh sage, chopped
  • 100g Marmalade




  1. Preheat the oven to 200C.
  2. Put the casserole mix onto a baking tray and toss with the olive oil and salt and pepper.
  3. Bake for 20 minutes or until just starting to turn golden.
  4. Add the sausages on top and sprinkle over the sage. Pop back into the oven for 15 minutes.
  5. Spoon over the marmalade and cook for a final 15 minutes.


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