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Sausage Breakfast Sandwiches and Our Menu Plan

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Having a quick breakfast is key in our house! Most mornings the boys are in such a hurry they won’t eat. And trying to get them to eat before they leave for school has been a struggle. They either don’t have time or don’t like what I have to offer.

A couple weeks ago, I made up these Sausage Breakfast Sandwiches and put them in the freezer for the boys to have a quick breakfast before school. They were a real hit, and much cheaper than running through the drive-thru.

With only 3 ingredients, they are super simple…

Sausage Breakfast Sandwiches
Make a batch of these Sausage Breakfast Sandwiches from and have breakfast ready-to-go any day of the week!
  • Sausage
  • Biscuits
  • Cheese
  1. Slice sausage with the plastic wrapper on, using a serrated knife {much easier} and bake biscuits. We like the larger fluffy biscuits.
  2. Let them cool a bit, assemble and place in freezer bags.
  3. I write the cooking instructions right on bag with a Sharpie, seal the bag almost closed, then using a straw, suck out as air as possible, close tightly and place in freezer.

Are you looking for some fun Mardi Gras Cupcakes or maybe something to make for Fat Tuesday? I have lots of ideas for you!

Our Menu Plan…

Monday ~ Grilled Chicken Fajita Pasta {recipe from $5 Dinners}

Tuesday ~ Chicken & Sausage Gumbo and King Cake Cupcakes

Wednesday ~ Quesadillas, Chili Cheese Dip

Thursday ~ Fettucini Chicken Alfredo, Salad and Garlic Bread

Friday ~ Stromboli {recipe from Pillsbury}

Saturday ~ Pork Chops, Baked Potatoes and Veggie

Sunday ~ Buttermilk Chicken Strips {recipe from Mommy’s Kitchen}, Oven Fries and Corn

What’s on your menu this week? Are you celebrating Mardi Gras?

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  1. Susan Todd says

    It does work to use the straw, but if you are using this method on a larger bag, then make sure to squeeze the excess out first. I made lots of 1 cup pepper blend bags to cook with last night, and used this method to get the air out of all of the bags. My husband was thoroughly amused. I figure I just saved $300 for being a human food saver. :)

  2. Rachel says

    I would really really like to try your recipe for Sausage Cheese Biscuits. But I am not understanding it correctly. Sorry. Does that sausage need to be cooked? What kind of sausage do you recommend? When you are baking the biscuits; are you suppose to bake with sausage? When are you suppose to add the cheese?

    I would really appreciate your help!

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