Whether you’re starting Whole30, eating gluten free, following a Paleo diet, or just looking for an easy homemade sausage, this Whole30 Breakfast Sausage is for you! It will quickly become a staple in your house especially since it’s easy to make a big batch and freeze the leftovers.
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I’ve just recently completed my first Whole30 🎉🎉
Some days were a breeze and some days were really hard. I found that planning ahead was truly what made the “easy” days a breeze. Having a supply of food already made up made it easy at busy meal times, especially breakfast.
I’m usually a quick-breakfast eater, along with the rest of my family. Grab-and-go is pretty much our motto around here especially since our week-day mornings start out as if we’re shot out of cannons (which is why I make so many quick breads and muffins) . Wake up and hit the ground running. I’m sure many of you are familiar with that.
When I had a few extra minutes to spare in the morning, I would heat up some of this Whole30 breakfast sausage and usually ate it with a hard boiled egg (prepared every Sunday) and some fruit. It made a relatively quick breakfast that I could eat while working on some recipes for this little ol’ blog o’mine.
On the weekends when we could ease our way into the day, I would eat this Whole30 breakfast sausage in omelets or with fried eggs. My favorite was to eat it with eggs, avocado, and salsa – such a great combo! It will quickly become a staple in your house especially since it’s easy to make a big batch and freeze the leftovers.
I received 2 pounds of ground pork in my April ButcherBox and you better believe all 2 pounds of it went into making more of this sausage. (Remember when I made Grain Free Pork Milanese with my March box? So good!)
April’s box, also came with grass-fed hanger steaks (which I’m super excited about!), a grass-fed chuck roast, and some grass-fed ground beef along with the ground pork. So far, I’ve made Whole30 tacos, Paleo/Whole30 meatballs, and hamburgers with the ground beef and I’ve made a bang-a-rang Whole30 Pot Roast with the chuck roast.
So many delicious bites! ButcherBox is by far one of my favorite services. I hope you get the chance to check the out too! Enjoy!
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Whole30 Breakfast Sausage (Paleo)
Whether you're starting Whole30, eating gluten free, following a Paleo diet, or just looking for an easy homemade sausage, this Whole30 Breakfast Sausage is for you! It will quickly become a staple in your house especially since it's easy to make a big batch and freeze the leftovers.
- Add the ground pork and 2 tbsp melted lard to a large mixing bowl. Use your hands to mix together.
- In a separate small bowl, add the fennel, garlic powder, black pepper, sage, salt, and onion powder and mix to combine.
- Sprinkle the seasonings over the pork and mix to combine. Form the pork into 8 equal sized patties.
- Heat 1-2 Tbsp lard in a frying pan. When the pan is hot, add the sausage patties (cook in batches if necessary) and cook 2-4 minutes per side until cooked through and no longer pink in the middle.
- You can skip forming the sausage into patties and just cook it like you're browning ground beef. I often make 4 patties and then just brown the rest to use in omelets or frittatas.
- ButcherBox ground pork stays nice and moist after cooking. If you use ground beef from the grocery store, it will be on the drier side.