Happy Thanksgiving/Gilmore Girls Revival week! I am equally excited for both. I have a great recipe to share this morning: Sausage and Cream Cheese English Muffins. It will change your life! Well, at least your morning, especially during the Holiday Season with a lot of us hosting guests. You know I don’t share recipes that I can’t pull off on my own (which means that a three-year-old can do it) and this is no exception.
The best part of this recipe is that you make a big batch, freeze them, and then pull them out to reheat as needed. Perfect for an easy breakfast on the go or at home. This is also my go to “congrats you just had a baby and life just got a lot harder” food gift.
Sausage and Cream Cheese English Muffins
What you need from the kitchen:
Pan to brown sausage
Two packages of English Muffins
Two packages of Jimmy Dean Bulk Breakfast Sausage (I like to do one hot and one regular)
Two 8oz Cream Cheese blocks
(Seriously, that’s all)
Add cream cheese and mix into sausage (after the cream cheese is melted in, take off heat and allow to cool a bit–it makes the next step easier).
Cut English Muffins in half
Spoon mixture onto English Muffin halves (enough to cover the surface as pictured)
Put English Muffins (topped with mixture) onto cookie sheets
Put cookie sheet into freezer
Once frozen, throw them into a freezer bag and store until ready to eat.
Option 1: Place under broiler (make sure to watch so they don’t burn)
Option 2: Place in oven at 350 until warmed through.
I can’t take credit for inventing this recipe, but I can take credit for introducing you to it. You’re welcome.