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ImpossibleTM Sausage Made from Plants, Spicy, 14 oz

Impossible Sausage, Spicy is made for all your ground sausage cravings. It has the savory taste of fresh sausage, with a zesty kick of chili and cayenne to spice up your breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes. Make it into a patty, sauté it in a scramble, or crumble it in a pasta. Because it’s made from plants, Impossible Sausage has:

7 g protein per 2oz raw serving

0 mg of cholesterol (4g of sat fat per serving)

47% less total fat when cooked compared to the leading pork ground sausage*

43% less saturated fat when cooked compared to the leading pork ground sausage*

No animal antibiotics or hormones

Impossible Sausage is also way better for the planet than sausage from pigs — it uses 79% less water, 71% less GHG emissions, and 41% less land. For recipes, cooking tips, and more, visit ImpossibleFoods.com/recipes.

*The leading hot seasoning pork sausage contains 19g total fat and 7g saturated fat per 2oz (56g) cooked serving while Impossible Sausage Made From Plants contains 10g total fat and 4g saturated fat per 2oz (56g) cooked serving.

PRODUCT DETAILS

Ingredients: Water, Soy Protein Concentrate, Sunflower Oil, Coconut Oil, 2% Or Less Of: Methylcellulose, Salt, Yeast Extract, Natural Flavors, Cultured Dextrose, Food Starch Modified, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Citric Acid, Spices, Chili Flakes, Cayenne, Soy Leghemoglobin, Mixed Tocopherols (Antioxidant), Soy Protein Isolate

Vitamins and Minerals: Zinc Gluconate, Niacin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Vitamin B12 Contains: Soy

For best results, cook from thawed. Product is fully cooked when interior reaches 160°F.

To make crumbles: Preheat skillet to medium heat, then cook for about 2-3 minutes, breaking into pieces with a spatula. To make patties: Form into ½ inch thick patties. Preheat skillet to medium heat, then cook for 2-3 minutes per side to desired level of doneness.

Available Nationwide

Impossible Sausage is now available in more places than ever. Find it in meat aisles at Albertsons Safeway, Stop & Shop, Kroger, and Sprouts.

Cooks Like Ground Sausage

Made from plants for people who love meat. Impossible Sausage cooks like ground sausage — just preheat the oven, grill or pan and cook to taste.

(YOUR IMPACT)

Eat Sausage. Save the Planet.

Eating Impossible Sausage instead of a sausage from an animal reduces your environmental footprint: less land and water, and lower greenhouse gas emissions. Check out how every choice adds up below:

79%

LESS WATER

71%

LESS GHG EMISSIONS

41%

LESS LAND

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Impossible Sausage?

Impossible Sausage Made From Plants is juicy, savory, pre-seasoned meat, made from plants. You can find it in grocery stores in two delicious, fully seasoned flavors: Savory and Spicy. Perfect for breakfast or any meal, really. It contains no gluten, no animal hormones, and no antibiotics.

Where can I buy Impossible Sausage?

We’ve launched Impossible Sausage Made From Plants at grocery stores in the United States. You can find it on the menus in restaurants(opens in a new tab), too.

Check out our store locator(opens in a new tab) to find the store nearest you carrying Impossible Sausage Made From Plants. Keep in mind that grocery stores are working hard to keep shelves stocked, so availability may vary by location. You can also check your local grocery store's website to see if they sell it online(opens in a new tab) or have it delivered via Instacart.

If we’re not in your neighborhood yet, hang tight -- we’re growing fast! Be sure to join our mailing list (it’s the bright blue sign-up bar at the bottom of our homepage(opens in a new tab)) to be the first to know when we announce our next store locations.

What is Impossible Sausage made of?

Impossible Sausage Made From Plants contains many of the same ingredients you recognize from Impossible™ Burger. It’s packed with soy protein, sunflower oil and coconut oil for a fatty mouthfeel, and soy leghemoglobin for a craveable, meaty taste.

We’ve just launched two flavors of Impossible Sausage in stores: Savory and Spicy. Each comes in a 14 oz roll and has a slightly different ingredient list. 

The Savory flavor has the savory taste of fresh sausage and comes fully seasoned with a herbaceous and peppery bite. 

Looking for something with a bit more kick? The Spicy flavor is perfect for those who enjoy a little heat, with a bold kick of cayenne and chili flakes. 

How does Impossible Sausage compare to sausage from pigs?

Impossible Sausage Made From Plants has 30% fewer calories, 47% less total fat, and 43% less saturated fat as the leading brand of pork ground sausage when cooked.* What's more? Impossible Sausage has no animal hormones or antibiotics, nor slaughterhouse contaminants, so you can be sure you’re eating good and eating right.

*The leading brand of pork ground sausage contains 215 calories, 19g of total fat, 7g of saturated fat per 2oz. cooked serving while Impossible Sausage Made From Plants contains 150 calories, 10g total fat, and 4g saturated fat per 2oz. cooked serving

How do I cook Impossible Sausage?

If you’ve ever cooked with pork sausage, you already know how to cook Impossible Sausage Made From Plants! It cooks like pork ground sausage and it can be used in all your favorite sausage recipes, from omelettes to pastas (and everything in between). 

Here are a few pointers for each type of preparation: 

Crumbles:

  1. Open the packaging by cutting off one or both ends using scissors or a knife.

  2. Preheat your skillet to MEDIUM. 

  3. Cook for about 2-3 minutes, breaking the sausage into pieces with a spatula while it cooks.

Patties:

  1. Open the packaging by cutting off one or both ends using scissors or a knife.

  2. Form into ½ inch thick patties.

  3. Preheat your skillet to MEDIUM.

  4. Cook for 2-3 minutes on each side to your preferred level of doneness.

If you’re looking for more inspiration, check out our Recipes page(opens in a new tab) for some of our tried and true favorites.

More Questions?

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