I hardly have any breakfast/brunch recipes on here. There are a couple from a Mother’s Day brunch article I did for The Oregonian a couple of years ago but that’s pretty much it. Today, we’re changing that.
These sausage patties would make the perfect addition to your breakfast repertoire. They’re small, full of flavour and taste great on their own or with your traditional brunch foods such as eggs and potatoes. And as an added bonus to anyone following certain meal plans or diets, these little patties are 100% whole30/paleo friendly.
The best part about this recipe (beyond the delicious taste) is that it requires very few ingredients; you probably have most of them already lying around your spice cupboard. Get yourself some good quality ground pork and you’ll be good to go!
This past weekend I was lucky enough to be able to teach three sweet girls how to bake cookies! These girls are originally from the Congo, spent time at a refugee camp in Rwanda and were resettled to Portland a couple of years ago. I’m so, so lucky to have been able to get to know them and the rest of their family. We made my butterscotch M&M cookies and snickerdoodles. These girls killed it, they did such a great job!
This afternoon @taylorstaste and I got to teach these three sweet ladies how to bake cookies. We made snickerdoodles and butterscotch M&M cookies. The afternoon was filled with laughter, questions, a few messes, dough sampling and plenty of taste testing (quality control is important 😉). These three are natural bakers, they really couldn't have made more perfect cookies. They followed the recipes, worked out their arm muscles and rolled dough around in a bowl of cinnamon sugar. I am so incredibly thankful that I was able to bake and spend time with them and their family today. I look forward to many more baking adventures with them in the future! 🍪 @jeanpaulmugisha your family is the sweetest!
Grab yourself some ground pork, and head to the kitchen and make these patties. Then maybe follow it up with a cookie or two…sometimes its good to be bad 😉