Apple Sage Breakfast Sausage
  • Alaina Hinkle

Apple Sage Breakfast Sausage

Updated: Nov 23, 2019

⁣ SPICE UP your typical breakfast sausage with this awesome holiday taste sensation. 4 ingredients & you are on the way to upgrading that breakfast plate of yours! ⁣Check out the video on my YouTube channel: Honest Grub, Honest Foodie to see just how quick & easy. I made one batch already for this week’s breakfast & then made another batch that is frozen for the next week. Check out below for details! It can be cooked on stove and/or air fryer⁣.



Ingredients:

1 14oz breakfast sausage of your choice (we used chicken) ⁣ ½ apple (I’ve done it with both a sweet apple & tangy one) ⁣ 1 tbsp fresh sage (fresh is key!)⁣ 1 large clove garlic ⁣ ⁣



Directions:

1. In a large bowl add in breakfast sausage. Dice up apple into small bite size pieces. Then chop up the fresh sage in smaller pieces than the apples. Mince the garlic clove & scrap into the bowl on top of the other ingredients.


2. Mix with a spatula in a medium sized bowl until thoroughly combined, then form into 5 large patties or 6 smaller ones⁣ ⁣ 3. Cook for 6 minutes on each side on either stove or air fryer(380 degrees). Check at 4-5 for signs of pink depending on size of your patties they can take longer or faster.


PERFECT TO FREEZE:

-Form into patties & place wax paper between each one to ensure they don't stick together when frozen. This makes it easy to pull apart in the morning. Then cook for 8 minutes on first side then 6-8 minutes depending on if there is no pink on the inside. Check at 6. This works on both stove & air fryer. However, it cooks a lot faster in the air fryer after it has been frozen.


Air Fryer I like to use is linked right here

Freezer bags I use linked as well


ENJOY!! Thank you for looking at this scrumptious recipe!! Remember to follow me @honestfoodie_blog and #honestgrubhonestfoodie to let me know what you are making!!



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