Hello, I'm Stef, I really really enjoy concocting new meals or even amping up stuff I've already made. I started cooking and baking with my Grandma at a very young age and found it to be my passion through the years, collecting more along the way, stashing my recipes in a black box where no one can see them. So I have decided to start sharing what I make since a lot of friends and family say I can really cook or bake!
Like today's brunch is having a mix of some great foods!! The last picture really shows how much I love to spend time creating great meals! Even just for one!
And here I am going to share my waymaking of amping up these maple breakfast sausages, they don't have to be maple breakfast sausages, any sausage would work if you want to sweeten them.
You don't have to add Maple syrup, it can be as simple as a pancake syrup just to give them that sweet gooey taste!! Either way I found them to be really good!
**Noted: This recipe is not recommended for people with diabetes, there is a fair amount of sugar in the syrups.**
100% Pure Maple Syrup
In a sauce pan, add water and sausages and cover it, put on low to medium heat to start. Once it starts steaming add in the maple syrup and stir it around very well. Recover and let cook for about 5 minutes before checking on them again. At this point you can turn up the heat a little bit more but make sure to keep it covered. Keep checking them to make sure they don't stick to the pan, the syrup will want to stick so make sure you use a proper utensil to move the syrup and the sausages around.
Let's get onto the making of these delicious oooey goooey yummy maple maple breakfast sausages!!
- Breakfast sausages (how many or what kind is your choice)
- Maple syrup (I estimate 1/2 cup)
- Regular syrup (again I estimated, 1/4 cup)
- 1/2 cup water
At about 20 minutes or so you can uncover it but stay very close as the water evaporates it will become very gooey so it needs to be watched and mixed well. Once the sausages are cooked, about 5 minutes or so then portion out right away because as it cools it will become very difficult to take sausages out (I learned my lesson).
I recommend this recipe made with eggs, either on the side or scrambled, or in an omelette, it's really good!!
I have to also say that once these are cooked, it can be frozen. It's best to add wax paper underneath as you'll want some syrup with the sausages. When it's time to thaw it, just pop it off the wax paper onto your plate and reheat it.
The little container filled with the extra syrup is also freezeable. Good for adding to any other recipes!!
Now this last picture I took of my brunch!! Good ol' toasted rye bread, the maple maple breakfast sausages, and a scrambled eggs mix I'd like to share next!!
Maybe just maybe Stef's kitchen could be a hit!!