What’s Inside: This baked breakfast sausage patties recipe takes less than 30 minutes, only requires 8 ingredients, and is a perfect egg-free breakfast for Paleo, AIP, and Whole30 diets! Prep it for an early weekday breakfast or a late weekend brunch.
Nothing says breakfast quite like the sizzle and pop of freshly cooked pork sausage patties. But making them on the stovetop can be a bit messy and dramatic. That’s where these oven-baked breakfast sausage patties swoop in to save the day.
I wanted an easy breakfast sausage patties recipe that could be meal-prepped, made for breakfast on busy weekday mornings, and thrown together for lazy, late weekend brunches at home with family. I’m proud to say this recipe does the trick!
These baked sausage patties also check all the boxes on my start savory list! Read more here to learn why I stick to savory protein-rich breakfasts most days of the week.
And the best part? This sausage patty recipe is compliant with Paleo, Whole30, and AIP diets. This is one of my new all-time favorite recipes (and my toddler loves it too)!
Nixing eggs (or just need a break)? Try my popular Paleo Grain-free Porridge for Breakfast. It’s easy to whip up on a weekday morning or meal prep like “overnight oats”!
When I said these baked sausage patties were easy to make, I wasn’t lying! They only require one pound of ground pork and seven dried seasonings you probably keep stocked in your pantry:
If you prefer, you could swap the ground pork for ground poultry like chicken or turkey. This should not change the cooking time. Just opt for grass-fed, free-range meat when possible. Animals will have a better or worse fat quality depending on what they eat and how freely they can move.
When you decide to purchase and consume pasture-raised meat, consider sourcing your product directly from the farmer, as the price of grass-fed/pasture-raised meat can steeply vary from grocery store to grocery store. It’s also beneficial to connect with or at least know of the farms your meat comes from and the farmers who are raising those animals for your consumption.
Sourcing Tip: Grass Roots Coop is one of our favorite sources of sustainably-raised meats. Grass Roots farmers use regenerative agriculture, which means they replenish the nutrients in the soil rather than deplete them. Their rotational grazing practices also improves our environment and slows climate change. Using Grass Roots helps to take the guesswork out of finding farms that are “up to snuff” on their methods. Learn more here.
Complete your breakfast smorgasbord, brunch, breakfast for dinner, or meal prepping with these dishes:
Pro Tip: Check out my 10 Tips for Eating Healthy on a Budget to learn how to eat well and not break the bank!
If you enjoyed my homemade baked Paleo breakfast sausage patties, then you’ll love these other breakfast recipes:
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