Spicy Kraft Dinner Sausages

So I had an idea… I’m not saying it was a good idea, but it wasn’t gonna get out of my head ’til I brought it to life.

So here we are.

Jalapenos recipe here

Kraft Dinner Sausages: A Canadian Dish with a Twist

Kraft Dinner is a Canadian dish that is popular with kids and adults alike.

Kraft Dinner is a form of macaroni and cheese that was invented in 1937 by the company Kraft Foods. It is available in many flavours, Including kraft dinner original, kraft dinner jalapeno, and kraft dinner sausage.

History of Spicy Kraft Dinner Sausages

In the late 1990s, a popular TV show in Canada called “Dinner Television” was airing. The show was about cooking and entertaining at home. One of the hosts, Lynn Crawford, came up with the idea to create a new recipe for Kraft Dinner. She wanted to make it more exciting and spicy by adding some chili peppers to it. The recipe was so successful that it has been on the market for over 20 years now.

This section will be about the history of spicy food in Canada, as well as how Spicy Kraft Dinner Sausages were created.

Canadians have always been fond of spicy food. In fact, in the time before colonization, there were many dishes that incorporated spices like cumin, mustard seeds, and chili peppers. After the European settlers arrived in Canada, they brought with them their own traditional dishes that included chili peppers such as curry.

Where to Buy & What is the Price?

Kraft Dinner sausages have been around for a long time and are an iconic Canadian food. They are sold in different stores across Canada, but the prices vary depending on where you live.

The price of Kraft Dinner sausages can range anywhere from $2-$5 depending on where you buy them. The prices can go up to $7 if you purchase them at a specialty store like Whole Foods or Loblaws.

The Top 5 Homemade Spicy Kraft Dinner Sausages Recipes You Need To Try

  1. Spicy Kraft Dinner Sausages and Bacon Macaroni and Cheese Recipe
  2. Spicy Sausage Jalapeño Cheddar Macaroni and Cheese
  3. Smoked Jalapeno Cheddar Macaroni And Cheese Dinner Sausage Recipe
  4. Jalapeño Cheddar Smoky Maple Breakfast Sausage Muffins Recipe

The Spicy Debate: Are Kraft Dinner Sausages Truly Macaroni & Cheese?

What Makes Kraft Dinner Sausages so Delicious?

Kraft Dinner is a Canadian dish that has been around since 1937. The dish is a combination of macaroni and cheese, jalapenos, and spicy kraft dinner sausages. Kraft Dinner Sausages are the most important ingredient in the dish because they provide a lot of flavour and texture to the dish.

Kraft Dinner Sausages are made with 100% pork and have just the right amount of spices to make them taste delicious. The sausage is also perfect for people who are looking for an alternative to beef or chicken because they contain less fat than those meats.

What Exactly is in a Spicy Kraft Dinner Sausage?

Kraft Dinner is a brand of macaroni and cheese dinner made by Kraft Foods. It is also a registered trademark in the United States. The original product consists of elbow macaroni, processed cheddar cheese, and dry milk powder.

The Kraft Dinner was first introduced in 1937 and was originally called “Macaroni & Cheese Dinner”. The name was changed to Kraft Dinner for marketing purposes in the 1940s. The product is typically sold as a box containing seven individual packets of dry pasta, along with powdered cheese sauce mix, salt, and margarine.

How do Other Brands Compare to Kraft Dinner’s Spicy Sausage Lineup?

Kraft Dinner’s Spicy Sausage Lineup is one of the most popular macaroni and cheese brands in Canada. It has been around for a while, but it has not gone out of style. The brand is so popular because it offers a wide variety of flavors that are all equally delicious.

There are three different types of Kraft Dinner’s Spicy Sausages – chicken, pork and beef. Each type has its own flavor profile to suit different taste buds and preferences. All three have the same base ingredients – pasta, cheese sauce and spicy sausage bits. But they differ in how much heat they pack per serving. The chicken sausage has the least amount of spice while the beef sausage packs a little more punch than its counterparts.

Conclusion: The Bottom Line on Spicy vs. Plain KDD Sausages

We have found that the Spicy KDD Sausages are a better choice when it comes to taste. The flavour is more complex and the meat is cooked thoroughly.

Conclusion: We recommend the Spicy KDD Sausages over the Plain KDD Sausages.

Prep Time3 minutes
Cook Time15 minutes
Course: Dinner, Lunch
Cuisine: Canadian
Servings: 6 sausages
Calories: 817kcal


  • 6 Italian Sausage
  • 6 sausage buns
  • 1/2` lb bacon
  • 1 box Kraft Dinner prepared as desired (avoid too much milk, or things will get messy)
  • 20-30 pickled jalapeno slices see recipe above
  • sriracha


  • Grill the sausages to desired doneness. I recommend slicing into them to make eating easier as well as providing extra room for more KD
  • Cook the bacon until crispy, then chop into 1/4" bacon bits
  • press a sausage firmly into its open bun, top liberally with KD, bacon bits, jalapenos and sriracha sauce


Calories: 817kcal | Carbohydrates: 52g | Protein: 30g | Fat: 53g | Saturated Fat: 19g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 113mg | Sodium: 2364mg | Potassium: 509mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 8g | Vitamin A: 864IU | Vitamin C: 8mg | Calcium: 107mg | Iron: 4mg