Pork, sugar, and water. Those are the first three ingredients in the leading store-bought sausage brand. After I realized how unhealthy the store-bought options were, I decided to make my own and I’m glad I did, because not only is it healthier, it also tastes ten times better.
Cluck-Moo Breakfast Sausage
- 1 pound ground chicken
- 1 pound grass fed ground beef
- 1/4 cup almond flour
- 6 ounces tomato paste
- 2 tablespoons homemade italian seasoning
- 1 tablespoon salt
- 1 tablespoon black pepper
- 1 tablespoon garlic powder
- 1 tablespoon onion powder
- 1 egg
- Combine all the above ingredients in a mixing bowl and using your hands, mix well ensuring an even distribution of ingredients
- Preheat a large saute pan over medium heat or a skillet
- Form your meat into patties to your size liking and then cook accordingly in your skillet
- Serve with some scrambled eggs, or some paleo pancakes :)
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Not sure if this has been asked yet :) Would it be better to freeze this raw, or already cooked?
you can do either one
Not sure why you need to add flour to this. I have a breakfast sausage recipe I use which basically only calls for the ground meat and seasonings. I’ve used it for years and works out great every time. I will be trying this one too, though, but probably minus the flour. Just a thought. :)
You don’t need to, it’s just an option :)
Yummy – can’t wait to try this recipe. Re Italian seasoning – we like ground fennel seeds in our Italian spice mix; this is a flavor I often recognize in commercially prepared sausage.
Thanks, George for this recipe and all the recipes you generously share!!
You are so welcome!
Is there another flour substitute you’ve tried? I’m allergic to tree nuts but would love to try these! Thanks for all the info and yummy recipes on your here!!
I’m not quite sure about a good substitute for almond flour. You could try sweet potato flour or tapioca flour maybe? Let me know what you come up with!
Oh my word! Thank you!!! This is what we’ve been missing. You make my life (mom of 6) so much easier :)
Oh thats awesome, glad you enjoyed
I made these today along with the Mocha Coco Almond Butter and YUM!! These were so very easy to make and have so much flavor! I will definitely add these to the breakfast rotation. Thanks for the delicious recipe!
Made these Sunday… really, really good! Will be enjoying them all week (and put some in the freezer for next week. Thanks for the recipe :)
You are most welcome, so glad you enjoyed
I just wanted to tell you again how much we LOVE these in my house! We make them all the time; they're a staple! We've had fun playing around with the combinations (cluck/gobble, gooble/moo, oink/cluck). I always have fun making these because I love the silly names! Thanks for all your awesome recipes!
Holy crap. I made these this morning with ground beef and sausage instead of the chicken. I can't stop eating them….threw a little dollop of your catsup on them for breakfast with a fried egg on the side and it was killer.
Melanie so glad you enjoyed, thanks for stopping by to tell me :)
OMG these are AWESOME!!! Thank you!!!
Aw this looks and is telling me it will taste impressive! Bookmarking!
I always loved the Jimmy Dean sausages back in the day, if mainly because mother made her turkey stuffing using it. Good to have a go-to substitute.