I love the idea of a complete breakfast made on a sheet pan! It is a great way to feed the family a healthy meal in the morning without a ton of effort. This sausage & egg breakfast sheet pan meal is nourishing, delicious and most importantly, easy to clean up!
I recently found these Whole30 compliant sausages from Jones Dairy Farms (not sponsored) and I love them! My family loves them too and I love feeding them better quality meat when I can. The ones I used are uncooked and frozen, I just let them thaw in my fridge before cooking. You can also use your favorite uncooked sausage links for this recipe.
We try to add greens to every meal, and brussels sprouts are my favorite to have for breakfast. They get such a beautiful flavor when they are roasted and they go so well with the fingerling potatoes. I cut the sprouts and potatoes into similar size pieces and toss them with avocado oil, salt and pepper in a bowl before spreading them out evenly on the sheet pan.
The veggies and sausage roast on the tray together until they are mostly cooked through. Then they get pulled out of the oven and I make 4 spaces for the eggs. I crack the eggs right onto the lined sheet pan and then let them finish cooking in the oven. This meal is great enjoyed right away and also as meal prep. It holds up well in the fridge for 3-4 days.
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Sausage & Egg Breakfast Sheet Pan Meal
- 8 links Uncooked Breakfast Sausage I use Jones Dairy Farm for Whole30 compliant
- 4 Eggs
- 1.5 cups Fingerling Potatoes halved; can also use baby red or gold potatoes
- 1 cup Brussels Sprouts quartered
- 1 Tbls Avocado Oil or oil of choice
- 1 tsp Salt
- 1/2 tsp Ground Black Pepper
- Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper and pre-heat the oven to 400'F
- In a large bowl toss the halved fingerling potatoes & quartered brussels sprouts in the oil and salt and pepper. Spread them in an even layer on the baking sheet and nestle the thawed, uncooked sausage links in the veggies Bake for 20 minutes, remove from the oven Move veggies around to make 4 open spots on the pan. Crack each egg into a spot and place the tray back into the oven. Bake another 5-10 minutes until eggs are cooked to preference and sausage is completely cooked through