Maple Sausage Brunch Bites
These Maple Sausage Brunch Bites are easy, quick and freeze well. They are also great for ‘on the go’.
If you have been to a potluck in the last 20 years, you have probably had the pleasure of trying “Potatoes Romanoff”. It’s a tasty casserole-type dish with hashbrowns, sour cream, cheese and onions and it was the inspiration behind these Maple Sausage Brunch Bites.
And if you are a little bored with the typical breakfast food and looking for something different, give these a try on your next breakfast or brunch menu. They won the grand prize in the 2014 Johnsonville sausage recipe competition. They are easy, quick and freeze well. They are also great for ‘on the go’.
Reheat for a quick workday breakfast and cook in aluminum lined muffin cups for easy clean up. You can use the shredded or cubed hashbrowns (though the shredded tend to hold together better). Or serve them with fruit (and mimosas, of course) and you have yourself a perfect easy make ahead brunch.
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