Sheet Pan Perogies and Sausage

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 4 servings

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This easy recipe for Sheet Pan Perogies and Sausage is a complete meal made on one pan with just six ingredients! Just 5 minutes prep!

sheet pan sausage and perogies on parchment lined baking sheet

This recipe for Sheet Pan Perogies and Sausage is a tried-and-true crowd-pleaser in my family. It’s an easy meal to assemble (it comes together in under 5 minutes) and it’s perfect for hectic school nights and action-packed weekends.

(Seriously, the only prep this recipe requires is cutting up an onion and transferring ingredients from their packages onto the sheet pan!).

Whether your preferred spelling is perogies or pierogies (or even pierogi!) there’s no denying the appeal of potato-and-cheese-stuffed dumplings.

Homemade perogies taste incredible, but I’m lucky enough to live in Canada’s official perogy hotspot which means I have access to quality frozen perogies all the time.

I always keep a bag (or several) of these amazing frozen perogies in the freezer, that way I know I have everything I need for a quick meal on busy nights.

sliced sausages and perogies on a sheet pan with small bowl of sour cream

Sausage is a natural pairing for these savoury perogies, and there are a ton of options to choose from. We like smoked turkey or pork sausages, but feel free to experiment with any of your favourite flavours.

My time-tested trick for maximum deliciousness? Cut up the sausage before adding it to the sheet pan. As the sausage cooks it will release fat (AKA flavour!) and the surrounding perogies will develop a tasty, naturally smokey flavour.

If you’re a perogy lover like myself, check out my recipe for Saskatoon Perogies (my absolute favourite food) or try making these super-satisfying Perogies with Bacon and Onions or Perogies and Sausage Skillet.

How to make this recipe for Sheet Pan Perogies and Sausage:

  1. Spread perogies, sausage, and sliced onion in a single layer across a prepared baking sheet.
  2. Bake in a preheated oven for 25-30 minutes, turning the perogies over at the halfway mark.
  3. Remove from the oven and serve while still piping hot — that’s it!
sausages and pierogis on white plate with small bowl of sour cream
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Variations on this Sheet Pan Perogies and Sausage:

  • Add cut-up veggies to the sheet pan — my family loves broccoli florets, sweet pepper strips, and button mushrooms.
  • Sprinkle grated chedder or mozzarella onto the perogies during the last 5 minutes of cooking.
  • Eating less meat? Try baking the perogies with plant-based smoked sausages.

What to serve with Perogies and Sausage:

  • Sour cream or a mixture of sour cream and plain Greek yogurt (stir in some minced chives or scallions for extra flavour)
  • Serve with a rich cream gravy like my family typically would: simply simmer heavy cream with a bit of butter until thickened and luxurious, then season with salt and pepper.Homemade or store-bought sauerkraut
  • Crumbled pieces of crispy bacon
  • A crunchy salad (I recommend this Broccoli Salad Recipe or my Homemade Coleslaw Recipe)
  • An equally simple side dish (like these Slow Cooker Honey Orange Glazed Carrots or Easy Creamed Peas)
sausage slices and perogies on white plate on white background

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Sheet Pan Perogies and Sausage

5 from 10 votes
This easy Sheet Pan Perogies and Sausage is a complete meal made on one pan with just six ingredients! Just 5 minutes prep!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Cuisine American
Course Main Course
Servings 4 servings
Calories 565cal


  • 16 frozen cheese perogies (or any flavor)
  • 1 onion sliced
  • 3 tablespoons oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
  • 4 smoked sausages (pork or turkey)


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees and line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Add perogies and onion a bowl and drizzle with oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Turn to coat and spread on pan.
  • Slice smoked sausages and add to the pan around the perogies and onions (we want the sausages evenly spread through the pan as they will render fat and flavor that will add to the perogies). Spread everything into a single layer as much as possible.
  • Bake for 25-30 minutes, turning perogies once half way through, until perogies are puffed and tender and onions are golden.
  • Serve as desired (my family loves it with sour cream!)

Nutrition Information

Calories: 565cal | Carbohydrates: 54g | Protein: 21g | Fat: 31g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Cholesterol: 49mg | Sodium: 940mg | Potassium: 645mg | Fiber: 6g | Sugar: 7g | Vitamin A: 969IU | Vitamin C: 138mg | Calcium: 110mg | Iron: 2mg
Keywords pierogi

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  1. Michelle says

    I used porchetta style uncooked sausage, and red onion. Otherwise followed the recipe exactly.very pleased with this recipe. Easy and filling!

  2. Tracy D says

    I was skeptical when I first read this recipe but I love perogies so we tried it. It was really amazing! Perogies cooked up perfectly and the Little Smokeys were a great match. I added more onion, just because. Great receipe and it is now on rotation.

  3. Sara says

    Love this! Made it for my family (picky kids) so easy and everyone loved it! I served it with steamed broccoli. Thank you so much!

  4. Leah H. says

    Hi Ashley! I wonder if you could please recommend a pierogi brand? My husband is Hungarian and Mennonite, so we LOVE pierogis, but are new to the area (just moved here from a province over a few weeks ago, so we have little knowledge about where to find the good stuff). Thank you! πŸ™‚

    • The Recipe Rebel says

      Hi Leah! I don’t think there’s much difference between the major brands. Sometimes at smaller grocery stores they’ll have more locally made perogies which I think are better quality but honestly we enjoy them all!

  5. Michelle says

    I found some really delicious frozen pierogi at Costco(Kasia’s Pierogi, Potato & Cheese) if you are in the USA. There are three trays with 13 in each tray. We also used the Aidelle’s Chicken and Apple sausage that we get at Costco. So so good! Thank you for this amazing recipe… trying to teach my kids to eat more diverse foods and this one was a winner!!

  6. Trisha says

    I have fresh thawed Pierogies.. Could I use this? Do I adjust cook time?
    I can’t wait to cook them this way. I’ve always pan fried, crook pot and Instant poted them.. never thought of baking these two beautiful items togather.

    • The Recipe Rebel says

      Hi Trisha, I’ve only used frozen so I wouldn’t be able to advise on adjusting the cook time with fresh ones.

  7. Lynn says

    Hi Ashley.
    After you took the pan out of the oven you said the pierogies and sausage was don, and if I heard you correctly did you say potatoes were done as well??? I didn’t see you place any potatoes on the pan nor did I see them in the recipe. I may be wrong but I listened a few times. I apologize if I misheard you. I just want to make sure about potatoes in the recipe. Thanks!

  8. Tracy says

    Oh ba!
    My jaw dropped when I saw this recipe! This is brilliant!
    Why haven’t I ever thought of this????
    Are you using farmer sausage? (fellow Manitoban here)

  9. Susan Murphy says

    This was really good! Thank you for such a great recipe. But I was a little confused with the oil and salt that says to divide. When is the second part of the oil and salt used?

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