Start your morning off right by preparing one of these yummy breakfast sausage recipes. From casseroles, stratas, and seasoned patties to omelets and frittatas, the choice is yours to select an inviting breakfast sausage dish that will add fuel to your day.See Popular Breakfast Sausage Recipes
Perfect for brunch parties, these mini pork meatballs are a sweet and salty alternative to sides of bacon or sausage.
Why not make your own breakfast sausage? It's easy, and these homemade breakfast treats are healthier by far than the store-bought version!
No need to stop for fast food on the way to work. Create tasty and portable breakfast sliders at home using healthy mini pancakes as the bread!
Use prepared shredded hash brown potatoes to get a head start on this fast flavor-packed sausage dinner.
Green chiles, sausage and shredded Mexican cheese lend southwest flavor to this hearty breakfast casserole. Here, polenta stands in for the bread usually called for in a standard strata.
This heart-healthy homemade turkey sausage is lower in fat, calories, and sodium than traditional breakfast sausage.
Green tomatillo salsa takes the place of a creamy cheese sauce in this deliciously unconventional casserole of macaroni and cheese. When cooking pasta for this recipe -- or any other -- baked pasta dish, cook only to the minimum time specified on the pasta package. Pasta will continue to soften as it bakes.
Dress slices of fried scrapple with this easy-to-make cilantro-pineapple sauce. Also serve the sauce on grilled chicken.
Strata is the perfect breakfast for a Sunday morning or when you have overnight guests. Make this early in the morning or the day beforeand for a fun variation, try using sausage or pork and mushrooms instead.
For many Southerners, learning how to make biscuits and gravy for breakfast is an essential part of growing up. While the dish is now popular all across the United States, its roots are in the American South, where biscuits and gravy are served up morning, noon, and night -- pretty much any time when one might need a "stick-to-your-ribs" meal.