Easy 3 Ingredient Breakfast Sausage

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This Easy 3 Ingredient Breakfast Sausage will have you saying goodbye to the frozen stuff. They’re so quick to make and loaded with flavor. This recipe is also Whole30 friendly with no added sugars!
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When it comes to breakfast, I love a good breakfast sausage. Bacon is great but I find a sausage patty is better at sopping up all the runny yolk. The average store bought sausage has 10-20 ingredients and almost all of them have lots of added sugar. When it comes to ingredients in my food I think less is more. This easy sausage mix gets all it’s sweetness from ground fennel instead of sugar!

3 Ingredient Breakfast Sausages

The secret ingredient to this sausage is the smoked salt. The smokey flavor creates the best breakfast sausage. Smoked salt is also good on every from eggs, to steak, in even baked goods, the salt provides a great subtle flavor.

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These sausage patties could not be easier to make, just toss together the ingredients and sear both sides. I think taste is very subjective and different people have different preferences. Whenever I make sausages I first cook off one small piece to taste. Sometimes depending on the pork or fennel you may need to adjust the seasoning slightly. Plus this way you get a snack in the middle cooking!

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Easy 3 Ingredient Breakfast Sausage
 
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Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 15 patties
  • Serving size: 1 patty
  • Calories: 44
  • Fat: 1.1 g
  • Protein: 8 g
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Ingredients
  • 1 Pound Ground Pork
  • 1 Teaspoon Ground Fennel
  • 2½ Teaspoon Smoked Salt
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients
  2. Cook in hot, greased skillet about 3 minutes on each side

 

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