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Hanky Panky Appetizer

Hanky Panky has always been one of my favorite appetizer recipes to make and serve.  I LOVE how easy it is to prepare and that it serves a large crowd.

Hanky Panky Appetizer

Best of all you can serve it in a variety of ways!  You can easily make it into individual appetizers like pictured above or you can place it into a crockpot and serve it with tortilla chips.  You can even serve it on a baked potato or a slider bun for a filling meal.

Hanky Panky Appetizer

I started making this recipe with my students when I taught Home Economics and continued to make this recipe for friends and family at Holidays, parties and special occasions.  It is perfect for New Year’s Eve or Game Day!  It is a crowd pleaser and best of all it can easily be gluten free too!

To make gluten free just be sure that your sausage and Worcestershire sauce is gluten free.  You can use gluten free bread, tortilla chips or the baked potato to serve.

Hanky Panky Appetizer

For this recipe I used Johnsonville Italian Sausage (mild).  I love how easy the ground sausage is to use in cooking.  My family really loved this appetizer that I made for Christmas Eve this year!  I have heard this called other names as well. Sometimes this recipe is referred to as a Polish Mistakes too.  Have you heard it called another name?

Hanky Panky Appetizer

Hanky Panky has always been one of my favorite appetizer recipes to make and serve.  I LOVE how easy it is to prepare and that it serves a large crowd.
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Prep Time:5 minutes
Cook Time:15 minutes
Total Time:20 minutes


  • 1 box Velveeta Cheese small box
  • 1 lb sausage I used Johnsonville Italian Sausage
  • 1 lb ground beef
  • 1 TBSP Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tsp parsley flakes
  • 1 package party rye bread or you can use slider buns or tortilla chips


  • In a large skillet cook your ground beef and sausage until done (no pink) and crumble
  • Add Worcestershire sauce, parsley and Velveeta cheese (I cubed up the Velveeta to help it melt easier.
  • After melted add a large TBSP to the top of a party rye and broil or bake at 400 degrees until the bread "toasts" and the meat and cheese mixture slightly bubbles.
  • Serve immediately.
  • Another serving method is to toast your party rye and add the meat mixture to a crockpot and serve it more as a dip or with slider buns.
Servings: 8 people
Author: Melissa Jennings
Cost: $6


In case you want to serve it on top of a baked potato we love making our potatoes in the crock pot! It is a great way to keep your oven free!


Crockpot Baked Potatoes

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  1. My mom called dog food hors D,oeuvres. What ever you call em. They are always a big hit and they are easily frozen

    1. Its so funny to hear what people call them! We agree regardless what you call them, they are GOOD!

  2. We grew up on something like this, We call it Pizza Which. It’s velveeta, meat, spices and tomato soup mixed together broiled on bread.

  3. My family does not like the Jewish rye. Do you think I can take a loaf of Italian bread, split down middles, loads hanky panky on each side and broil, then slice?

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