We have gotten into the rut of expecting breakfast foods to consist of breads, muffins and cereals. This makes it so hard to go to a grain free or Paleo diet. But there is nothing wrong with eating meat for breakfast.
If you have been eating Paleo, SCD or GAPS for a while, sometimes you just need a change from eggs every morning. Right? If you like a more substantial breakfast, then these easy to make patties are just the thing!
You can cook a batch of these ahead and simply heat them grab them in the morning, heat up and have a satisfying and tasty meal! Eat with avocado, or other vegetables.
When we were hunter gatherers, we had meat and gathered greens at each meal – no matter what time of day it was. We just need to change our way of viewing what is appropriate food for the first meal of the day.
In fact, since I’ve been practicing intermittent fasting, I eat about noon each day and have a large salad and some kind of protein – be it meat, fish, eggs or poultry. I dropped traditional breakfast foods many years ago and have never looked back!
Spicy Freezer Sausage Patties
- 1 pound ground pork (pastured) (I get my meat here)
- 2 tsp parsley
- 2 tsp salt (get salt and spices here)
- 1/4 tsp white pepper
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- 1 tsp marjoram
- 1 tsp savory
- 1 Tbsp dijon mustard
- Broiler pan lined with foil
- Mix all the ingredients together
- Form into 10 patties that are about 2 inches in diameter and make them thin (about 1/4 inch thick)
- Place on the broiler pan that has been lined with foil for ease in cleanup
- Bake at 350º F 12 minutes then turn them and bake 5 more minutes until browned around the edges
- Serve or freeze
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 – 18 minutes
Yield: 10 patties
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