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Easy Kielbasa, Pierogi and Brussels Sprouts Sheet Pan Dinner

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It is hard to think of a dinner easier than this one. Cook kielbasa, pierogis and brussels sprouts all on one sheet pan for a tasty and super simple supper.

dinner plate filled with sausage, brussels sprouts and pierogi in front of sheet pan

Keep this recipe in your back pocket for a super quick and easy dinner. It is hard to imagine too many meals that are simpler.

The meat, starch and vegetable are all cooked together. The dirty dishes are few, the effort is almost nonexistent and the flavor is big. Make it so you can see for yourself!

If you can cut a pound of brussels sprouts, you can make this dinner. You can have it ready for the oven in just a few minutes.

That’s right, just some rough chopping and a little toss in oil, salt and pepper. That’s all it takes to get this meal ready.

pierogi, whole brussels sprouts and whole sausage on sheet pan.

A quick trip to the oven with a toss half way through and dinner is on the table.

I got the idea for this simple supper from my friend Jade from Jonesin’ for Taste.  She made a sheet pan meal with shredded cabbage, pierogi and sausage.

I was instantly intrigued. I was first introduced to pierogi by my in-laws when I first entered the family.

We made huge batches a few times with my mother-in-law and some of my husband’s cousins. I took my newfound skills and made some of my own homemade loaded pierogi.

cooked pierogi, hunks of sausage and halved brussels sprouts on sheet pan

So I was intrigued by making them as part of a simple supper. Of course starting with the prepackaged frozen version makes it extra simple.

If you have your own homemade pierogis in the freezer, even better. My mother-in-law would argue with you that the kielbasa you get at the store isn’t really Polish sausage.

She makes Polish sausage with fresh pork. It’s not cured or smoked, just loaded with garlic and marjoram.

They boil it and eat it. It’s tasty, but not pink like you’d expect.

I am sure you could toss some of that boiled sausage on the sheet pan as well. However we used the smoked kielbasa you are used to seeing at the grocery store.

dinner plate of sheet pan meal with sausage, pierogies and brussels sprouts

 It adds a great flavor to the final dish.  It is perfect combined with the chewy, soft pierogi.

We are the odd folks who really like brussels sprouts, so they seemed like the perfect twist on Jade’s recipe. Roasted sprouts are one of our favorite veggies, so it was a no brainer really.

If you like this yummy dinner, you’re going to love sausage, kale and squash sheet pan dinner. It is loaded with Italian sausage and fresh veggies for an easy one pan meal.

Make a whole well balanced meal in almost no time with the help of a pressure cooker. Kielbasa, cabbage and potatoes in the instant pot is a delicious all in one dinner.

Or for more sheet pan supper ideas check out my pork tenderloin sheet pan meal or sausage and summer vegetable sheet pan meal. Both are full of flavor and easy to make!

So what are you waiting for?  Get this in the oven asap!

Yield: 4 Servings

Easy Kielbasa, Pierogi and Brussels Sprouts Sheet Pan Dinner

sheet pan filled with chunks of kielbasa, brussels sprouts and pierogi

It is hard to think of a dinner easier than this one. Cook kielbasa, pierogis and brussels sprouts all on one sheet pan for a tasty and super simple supper.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes


  • 16 ounce polska kielbasa
  • 16 ounces brussels sprouts
  • 16 ounces frozen pierogies
  • 3 Tablespoons vegetable oil (or other neutral cooking oil)
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder


  1. Preheat oven to 400°F.
  2. Cut kielbasa into chunks about 1 inch thick.
  3. Clean brussels sprouts and cut in half.
  4. Toss brussels sprouts and pierogis in oil, salt, pepper and garlic salt. Spread over sheet pan and add sausage chunks.
  5. Bake for 15 minutes, stir sprouts and sausage and flip pierogi.  Bake an additional 15 minutes. 
  6. Enjoy!

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Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 736Total Fat: 51gSaturated Fat: 14gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 35gCholesterol: 87mgSodium: 2294mgCarbohydrates: 48gFiber: 4gSugar: 7gProtein: 23g

All nutritional information is estimated and will depend on the exact ingredients you use.

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It is hard to think of a dinner easier than this one. Cook kielbasa, pierogies and brussels sprouts all on one sheet pan for a tasty and super simple supper.

Thanks for sharing!


Saturday 20th of August 2022

Looks yummy! Did you boil or defrost the pierogis ahead of time or did you put them in frozen?


Saturday 20th of August 2022

I put them on frozen. They cook with everything else and the little bit of oil on the outside gives them a nice chew.


Thursday 25th of February 2021

Hi Carlee,

My family always made and ate the fresh polish sausage as well. Our family recipe also had mustard seed in it, along with the garlic and marjoram. Tonight I am making it with smoked, as that is what my other half bought. I prefer fresh, but I'm sure this will be great with the smoked as well!


Thursday 25th of February 2021

We actually just made some fresh keilbasa. We used a spice mix and my brother cold smoked it, so it has the texture of fresh but a slight smokiness. It is really good too. Now I want to make some from scratch too, no spice mix!

Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies

Friday 10th of April 2020

That is so interesting about how your mother-in-law makes Polish sausage. One of those foods I would have never questioned, because it's just all I know! I will have to watch for frozen pierogi and give this a try, definitely a great meal for a busy night.


Thursday 16th of April 2020

I thought it was strange too! The version they make is a lot more like Italian sausage, but without the fennel seeds and marjoram instead of oregano.

Andrea Nine

Wednesday 18th of March 2020

Just put it in my back pocket but it won’t stay there for long because this is one that will definitely need to get made in our house! I’m back to feeding hungry boys so I need all the yummy hearty recipes I can get! Stay safe my friend!


Thursday 19th of March 2020

I supposed getting your boys back early is a silver lining to the craziness! This is a great, super simple way to get a meal on the table for sure. I hope you all enjoy it!

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