Sausage and Biscuits with Gravy Eggo Style (Recipe) #EggoWaffleOff

Today’s recipe for my week as Chief Waffle Officer is a twist on Sausage and Biscuits with Gravy.  Like all of my recipes, it’s pretty easy and hard to screw up…and using Eggo waffles means you save a ton of time! This recipe is always a favorite in our house for a hearty breakfast (especially on days when we have a big snow) or breakfast-for-dinner nights.

sausage and eggos with gravy

 

Sausage and Biscuits with Gravy Eggo Style:

Ingredients

1 roll sausage- I really like to use the Sage, you can use whatever suits your taste

2 TBSP butter

1/3 c flour (all purpose is fine)

pepper to taste

2 1/2 to 3 cups milk (we use 1%)

Eggo Waffles, toasted and cut up

Directions

Crumble sausage into skillet, cooking until no longer pink (I use a cast iron skillet because I like the “free” iron it adds to foods)

Drain fat from sausage, set cooked sausage aside.

With a wire wisk, melt butter in skillet, adding flour and pepper, gradually adding milk.  Once the gravy starts to thicken, add sausage in.

Simmer for 3-5 minutes, then pour sausage and gravy over cut up waffles on plates.  Serve with fresh fruit.

(The leftovers for this are almost better than the original meal.  Almost).

 

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This post is sponsored by our friends at Eggo.  Opinions are my own.

 

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77 comments… add one
  • My hubby would love this!

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  • I really like the idea of having sausage crumble on my Eggo, but I may have to get used to the use of gravy. Im willing to give this a try!

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  • I agree I love adding sage to many of my recipes! This looks great quick and easy 🙂

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  • This doesn’t sound appealing to me.

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  • I like this for a new change to breakfast choices. Love your simple & yummy recipes. Thanks!

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  • Pure comfort food.

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  • Sausage and Gravy is one of our favorites, and the crunchiness of a waffle sounds great with it!

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  • never thought of doing that. looks good.very creative

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  • I definitely wouldn’t like this but I know my husband would. He loves Sausage and gravy as well as Eggo’s.

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  • This is an interesting idea, waffles instead of biscuits.

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  • What an awesome idea! YUM!

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  • Now you are talking my language! This looks like something I would love! I love this on biscuits , but have not thought to put on waffles!

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  • This is certainly an interesting twist for sausage gravy. I wonder how it would taste with hamburger gravy or ground turkey and gravy. Kids sure would like it!

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  • mmmm interesting take on a breakfast classic!

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  • interesting premise. though looks like you need more gravy to your sausage!

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  • A great I dea I’ll have to let you know how it tastes when I make it for my husband. he’s the true foodie at my house.

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  • Oh now that is different! What a neat idea!!! I Think little Carter would love it!

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  • Interesting. It looks oddly delicious.

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  • You know, I would have never thought to do something like this. Adding gravy would also have never crossed my mind. Seems wonderful!

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  • Thank you for the idea!!

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  • Great combination of ingredients! Looks yummy!

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  • biscuits and gravy is one of my all time fave breakfasts! never thought of having it with Eggos! how very unique

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  • Sausage gravy is hard to beat!

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  • Hmmm never thought to put sausage ON the waffle before. Sounds delicious.

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  • Thanks for another quick recipe. Time is valuable.

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  • I am going to have this for make this recipe for my husband, he loves sausage biscuits and the waffles are a nice twist.

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  • how interesting! I may have to give this a try this weekend!

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  • I love this recipe idea, I would do the same but instead use only ground beef with gravy!

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  • I adore sausage and gravy, and I think I’d love this.

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  • My hubby would love this recipe! Looks like something his Granny would use to make…she was such a great cook!

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  • I bet this would work with bacon gravy too

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  • Ive honestly never thought about putting much besides butter and syrup on my waffles. I love all of your ideas on various posts (including this one).

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  • I was trying to think of something like this. I’m so Southern I would add grits and gravy too!

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  • I love this recipe – so hearty! Perfect for weekend brunch!

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  • This recipe would go over well in our family. And it seems fairly simple for me to make, too. Thanks!

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  • This looks like it would be good. I love Eggo’s waffles! Have not had them in a while so it would be a treat to get some the next time I go to the store. =)

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  • looks good, i would like to try it.

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  • Wow! I would never think of using waffles instead of biscuits. But it is a great idea! 🙂

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  • I am not much of a breakfast eater so I will pass on this recipe!!

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  • My husband loves sausage — I am not very good at making biscuits but I will give it a try.

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  • Yummy. I love sausage and biscuits and I love Eggo Waffles so this is a win-win. I will surely be trying this recipe.

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  • this is sort of everything in one bite! I would think this is healthier than biscuits would be, but not sure. Thanks for the recipe!

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  • I would never put these together on my own but wow that makes perfect sense!

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  • We always made that with toast and called it SOS. Waffles would be a fun stand in for the toast and hold more gravy. Yummo!

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  • Never thought about waffles… yummy!

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  • This looks delicious and definitely like something my whole family would enjoy!

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  • My mouth is still wwatering thinking about this recipe, but now my husband has been put on a bland diet for a few days. Darn!!

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  • This sounds delicious, I will have to try this soon.

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  • This sounds good, I don’t eat pork so I would try this with ground turkey!

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  • The sausage recipe sounds yummy but I’m not too sure about having it over waffles! LOL For me waffles are meant to be sweet with lots of butter and syrup. I can’t see putting meat over them! 🙂 This would be good over some homemade biscuits!

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  • We use this same recipe! We have had it over English Muffins, Pancakes, Toast, and waffles! We love it!

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  • Wow. I would never think to do this but it sounds so delicious.

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  • I never thought to try sausage and gravy with waffles. I am going to have to try.

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  • This looks good and I like how everything is added together

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  • sausage and gravy on anything can’t be beat! Vicki

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  • This looks absolutely delicious! I’d never guess that it uses an EGGO waffle!

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  • ooh yum! nice and hearty breakfast!

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  • I won a new KitchenAid Waffle maker and have not used it yet, your recipe maybe include in my first.

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  • That looks delicious!! …and I love your plates too!

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  • The idea is new and different, but we really like to limit our fat intake and I don’t think this is a meal we would really prepare in our home. 🙁

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  • Very southern! I don’t eat sausage, but I like the idea of piling foods on top of an Eggo waffle!

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  • My 13 year old daughter loves this so much, this is the breakfast she specializes in making! But she does with bisquits and uses a gravy packet. I am going to show her this recipe. I think she will run with it! Thanks much!

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  • You are on a roll – or should I say “on a waffle?” This looks great – but since it is sausage why not go all the way and use the sausage fat for the gray instead of butter? Great for a cheat day!

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  • This sounds great! I always wonder what to use those big ground sausage rolls for!!

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  • Wow, that is such a unique idea! My hubs would be head over heels over this! Thanks 😉

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  • That looks delish! I’m going to make this over the weekend as a special breakfast for my toddler and husband!

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  • Mmmm! I can’t wait to make these, sounds soo good!

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  • This is so creative! What a great twist to a favorite!!

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  • This looks delish! I will try this.

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  • Sausage and biscuits is one of my fave breakfasts! Interesting twist!

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  • This is such a great idea to swap out biscuits for waffles. I like it.

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  • i have never thought to do this but its actually something i would love to try out!

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  • Okay, this looks simple enough for me to make and I’m pretty sure my husband would love it!

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  • My husband would wallop this up in a second and ask for seconds….erm thirds! Pinning this 🙂

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  • What an interesting take! So easy.

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  • That looks delish, great for weekend brunch coming up, thanks!!

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  • Can I just say yum? I love, love, love sausage and gravy. What a great twist on a classic.

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