We seem to always be on the go with five little ones under eight who all like to run in different directions, so it can be hard at times to put a home cooked meal on the table. Plus, with so many different personalities in the house, it’s even more difficult to make quick meals that everyone will enjoy.
I was thrilled to go shopping at Sam’s Club for Tyson fully cooked sausage and incorporate it into a recipe because the kids all love sausage and I knew it would be a big hit. I decided to make a cheesy breakfast casserole for brunch over the weekend and this precooked sausage really shaved some time off the whole meal prep. Instead of having to wait until the sausage was cooked to put all the ingredients together and pop it in the oven, all I had to do was cut up some of the frozen sausage patties add the egg mixture and I was ready to go play with the kids while brunch was cooking.
The breakfast casserole was such a hit, and the sausage so tasty that the kids wanted more of it right away so for dinner I made some biscuits and warmed up some sausage patties in a skillet. It was so fast and easy to prepare that I’m glad it comes in a big bag because I have a feeling that we’ll be having it often. In addition to being yummy, the precooked sausage is so convenient that I think it will also be perfect for taking on camping and fishing trips with the family.
- 4 fully cooked sausage patties
- 8 eggs
- ¼ cup shredded cheese (I used a 3 cheese mixture)
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Cut the fully cooked sausage patties into bite sized pieces.
- Beat the eggs in a small bowl then add the cheese and salt and pepper.
- Place the sausage pieces in the bottom of a greased glass pie pan, then pour the egg mixture over the top.
- Bake at 375 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes or until firm.
Tyson fully cooked sausage is a new product that is available at Sam’s Club and if you hurry on over you’ll be able to taste it while they’re doing product demos in the store. For more information visit the Tyson website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
Disclosure – I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias® and Tyson #cbias #SocialFabric. All thoughts and opinions are my own.