When I started this post I took lots of pretty pictures to go with it, but somewhere in the process of dumping them from my camera to my computer, one or the other ate them. : / Maybe I can get some pics to add next time I make it, but I won't make you wait for that, so here goes:
One of our favorite meals is barbeque "hot links." It couldn't be any easier to make. It has just three ingredients, turkey sausage, barbeque sauce, and water. I like to make a bunch when I make it, so I use:
4 packages of Oscar Meyer Turkey Sausage (12 ounces each)
1 bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's Barbeque Sauce (or whatever brand you prefer)
Enough water to cover the sausage
I cut each piece of sausage in half. Each package makes four "links," so I made a total of 16 "links." I put them all in the Crock Pot, then pour in the entire bottle of barbeque sauce. I also add enough water to cover the sausage. I turn the Crock Pot on low and let it cook all day.
These are much lower fat than "real" hot links, although the Sweet Baby Ray's is certainly not the lowest cal sauce around. We think it is the best though. :) If you want to cut the calories more, just pick a lighter sauce. My mom actually makes a really good barbeque sauce just using equal parts of Diet Coke and catsup. It's no Sweet Baby Ray's though.
When it is done, we just pop a link in a hot dog bun or wrap a piece of bread around it, then enjoy!