From sweet links to spicy patties, these quick and easy breakfast sausage recipes are beyond delicious.
They’re so good, you’ll want to make them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
Whether you’re looking for a savory casserole or something hearty for Sunday dinner, breakfast sausage brings so much flavor to the mix.
And it’s not just pork links!
Between the chorizo and lean turkey sausages with herbs, these breakfast sausage recipes are super versatile.
So, let’s get cooking. Breakfast won’t make itself!
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These breakfast empanadas are fantastic. The crust is buttery, the filling is divine, and they’re ideal for breakfast on the go.
Stuffed with chorizo, eggs, peppers, and cheese, they’re perfectly spiced and flavorful.
Of course, if you want even more heat, feel free to throw in some chopped chilies.
This quiche is easy to make and even easier to eat! One bite, and you’ll crave this again and again.
Filled with all the breakfast basics, it’s hearty, tasty, and sure to keep you full until lunch.
Plus, it’s delicious served hot or cold. So, you can have it warm for breakfast, then cold for lunch.
Puff pastry breakfast hand pies are another perfect breakfast for busy people who needs something on the go.
Stuffed with sausage, egg, and cheese, the pastry is flaky, buttery, and super dreamy.
It’s a comforting and fun way to start the day. Just be sure to bring napkins!
4. Sausage Roll
These sausage rolls will have you coming back for more!
Famous across the pond, these babies are eaten any time of the day and often served as appetizers too.
And all it takes is some yummy pork sausage meat and sheets of frozen puff pastry.
That said, this dish is versatile and customizable. Try adding peppers to the filling or sprinkling cheese on top. Yum!
What better way to wake up than with these sausage and egg breakfast burritos? They’re hearty, delicious, and the crispy tortilla is oh-so-satisfying.
This recipe keeps it simple with egg, sausage, and cheese. But you can also add other ingredients like crispy potatoes or bell peppers.
Breakfast muffins are super easy to make, and you only need three ingredients for this recipe!
They’re sweet, savory, and just what you need if you hate cooking in the morning.
That said, you could quickly whip up a batch of these first thing. Just prepare some pancake mix, then stir in maple syrup and sausage.
Bake them up while you get ready for the day, and enjoy them on your way out the door.
This casserole is easy to make and naturally low-carb. It’s also full of flavorful veggies and meaty sausage.
Keeping things lean, you’ll use turkey breakfast sausage with zucchini, spinach, and herbs.
Add some eggs and cheese, and the whole thing is tender, protein-packed, and perfect for big families.
This is another tasty casserole. It’s made with cheesy grits, and your family will love it.
Combine eggs and sausage with cheesy, creamy grits for a casserole that can feed a crowd.
This dish is perfect for the holidays or whenever you need to cook breakfast for several people.
Filled with flavor and easy to prepare, this breakfast casserole will easily keep you full until lunchtime.
It starts with a buttery crescent roll base, which adds a surprising amount of flavor.
Serve it with crispy potatoes for breakfast or a side salad for dinner. Delish!
Quiche is an excellent dish for any time of day. You can make it for breakfast and then snack on it for the next few days.
And no matter when you indulge, the flavor of this quiche is heavenly.
Leeks taste a bit like onions but are more mild. They provide the perfect balance to all the sausage flavors and spices.
Better yet, this is super easy to make if you use store-bought pastry for the crust.
What’s better than a plate of sausage and cheese in the morning? How about this incredible sausage and cheese stuffed bread?!
Hearty, full of yummy carbs, and loaded with ooey-gooey cheese, this is unlike anything you’ve ever had.
But surprisingly, this recipe is super easy to make. So what are you waiting for? Let’s eat!
This breakfast dish only requires two ingredients and will keep you full until lunch rolls around.
Just fry up some potatoes and sausage until both are slightly crispy. Then, top it off with some chopped scallions and a runny fried egg.
The egg is optional but definitely lifts this to a whole other level.
Topped with sharp Dubliner cheese, this savory sausage casserole has such a delightful contrast between the meat and sweet, crisp apples.
Sourdough makes this a touch tangy with plenty of carby goodness. Meanwhile, the eggs bring a ton of protein to satisfy you all day.
Though it’s technically made for breakfast, this is yummy for dinner with a side of roasted Brussel sprouts.
This raisin bread sausage casserole is the perfect combination of sweet and spicy.
It has tons of warm spiced flavors like nutmeg and cinnamon, which goes surprisingly well with the sausage.
Raisin bread and sausage in one casserole means you don’t have to decide between a sweet or savory meal.
Plus, the pecans, brown sugar, and maple syrup are great toppings for this tasty casserole.
This dish is a fantastic breakfast that satisfies all of those morning cravings.
These breakfast sausage patties are moist, flavorful, and everything you want in a good breakfast element.
With only a few great ingredients, these sausage patties will be on your plate in about 30 minutes.
Combine the sausage meat, breadcrumbs, fresh herbs, and maple syrup. How easy is that?
I love these by themselves, and they’re super yummy in sandwiches too.
Sausage. Cheese. Biscuits. Need I say more?
They’re flaky, fluffy, meaty, and full of tasty cheese. Serve them as is, or stuff them with bacon and eggs for a hearty and quick breakfast sandwich.
All you need for these biscuits is sausage, Bisquick, and mornay sauce or condensed cheese soup.
The ingredients are simple, but the result is scrumptious.
17. Sausage Squares
You only need three ingredients and about 30 minutes for these insanely good sausage squares.
And when you take that first bite, you’ll be hooked.
Made with crescent rolls, sausage, and cheese, this dish is perfect for a crowd.
I love a good skillet breakfast. And this cajun spiced potato hash is no exception.
Like any decent hash, it’s made up of three main ingredients: meat, potatoes, and onion.
You can use Andouille or any spicy or breakfast sausage you like for this recipe. But, of course, the Cajun seasoning brings heat too.
So if you don’t like things too hot, maybe use smoky sausages instead of spicy.
These sausage kabobs are a fun and appealing way to enjoy breakfast or brunch.
Use three different types of sausage with some pineapple chunks. Then cover it all with a sweet and sour sauce that’s to die for!
These are great for any occasion and will be loved by kids and adults alike!
If you want something warm and hearty for breakfast without the hassle, this overnight sausage bake is just the ticket.
Prep it all the night before, then bake it in the morning. How easy is that?
Featuring custardy French toast, savory sausage, sweet brioche, and bright peppers, it’s the perfect balance of flavors.
Make these the night before a big holiday for a stress-free breakfast.
Speaking of tasty holiday breakfasts: this sausage and mushroom strata is a must-make for Christmas day.
It, too, is a make-ahead dish featuring savory French toast, sausages, eggs, cheese, and mushrooms.
Feel free to swap out the mushrooms for other veggies or use ham instead of sausage.
The possibilities are endless.
I love this sweet potato hash. It’s a delightful twist on a classic and has tons of flavor.
Diced sweet potatoes and savory sausage come together to create a wholesome meal.
The colorful veggies add flavor and make the dish look beautiful to boot.
Add a fried egg on top, and this high-protein breakfast will keep you full all day.
23. Breakfast Tacos
Breakfast tacos are an enjoyable way to switch up your breakfast routine with hardly any extra effort.
Just stuff some tortillas with fluffy eggs, sausage, and potatoes for a Mexican twist on breakfast.
Add cheese and hot sauce for extra flavor and heat. And don’t forget the guac!
This breakfast casserole is a real crowd pleaser.
Make it an advance and rest easy knowing everyone at the table will be full and happy after just one plate.
It’s filled with simple yet delicious ingredients that everybody will love. Make this for breakfast on a Holiday for a lazy Sunday morning.
Here’s another terrific quiche recipe you’ll crave day after day. This one is filled with delicious flavors and has a flaky crust that’s to die for.
The filling has lots of eggs, smoky cheese, sausage, and spinach.
It’s an easy meal that is special enough for a holiday but can be made any time without a lot of fuss.
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