The Only Breakfast Recipe You Will Ever Need

I’ve been trying to organize a set of my very own personal favorite recipes. I’ve inherited some secret recipes from my lovely chef mother, but after a while of testing new flavors out, I’ve learned how to make some pretty impressive things on my own!

*Close your eyes and imagine we’re in a Food Network Kitchen:* Today, I’ll be teaching you how to make some delicious, mouth-watering biscuits and gravy. These delightful biscuits will get heads turning and your friend’s eyes wide when they ask, “holy cow! How long have you been a chef?” And you’ll just give that look like “uh yeah it was nothin’.” I’m tellin ya people, this is a good comfort food meal, and it’s beyond easy to make.

Now, I’m just going to mention now that I’m not your typical “healthy eating” blog girl. Like let’s be real, we’ve gotta’ eat, and there’s no better way to live life than eating good meals! I will, however, share some healthy dishes as these are not all unhealthy but I’ve gotta share some goodies with ya! With absolutely no time to waste, let’s get this cookin’, no pun intended.

What You’ll Need:


  • 1 roll of Owens Country Style Sausage
  • 3 tbs Maple Syrup
  • 1 bag of Frozen Pillsbury “Grands” Biscuits
  • 1 tsp Salt & Pepper
  • 1 cup Milk
  • All Purpose Flour * pour until the thickness of gravy is to your liking*


For all of you that are starting to count the calories in all of this, just stop cuz it’s just not worth it. You’ll survive this one lil’ meal, I promise. Plus, if you can’t eat it, share it with someone else, hehe.


First, Pre-Heat the oven to 375 degrees.

Second, take the sausage and put it inside a large skillet and cook at a medium heat.

You will want to cook the sausage by breaking it apart with spatula into little pieces  until every inch of pink is gone.

*Make sure to put the Biscuits in the oven when the preheat “ding” happens*

Next, take 1 cup of milk and pour it in the skillet, 3 tbls maple syrup, 1 tsp salt and 1 tsp pepper and the all purpose flour and stir away. 

*If you’re wanting thicker gravy you can double the amounts of milk and flour.*

Lastly, take out the biscuits and pour your homemade gravy all over them! Voila!

Pretty simple right? Didn’t think you could do something like that? Well, you probably just wowed yourself and now you can wow someone else!

In Collaboration with Cassandra Marie Vella

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