Lean Turkey Apple & Maple Sausage Breakfast Patties1

Contact me a multitasker. Or maybe I have ADD? Hell, it’s 1am and I’m simply getting started on this post.
Plus I’ve almost 20 tabs open on Chrome.
But the point of the isn’t to tell you about how exactly of a night owl I am or debate about my inability to target. It’s about how much I really like breakfast time. How easy it really is to throw jointly an omelet, veggies, and a part of toast or sweet potatoes. Or how occasionally after a workout all I really want is proteins pancakes with bits of dark chocolate and warm peanut butter smothered at the top.
Isn’t it challenging to eat a good breakfast some times? Usually I’m so rushed that all I have period for can be an apple and a giant spoonful of nut butter. I’m certainly addicted.
But turkey breakfast patties? Pretty magical is what they’re.
I’ve made these little patties again and again. They’re my breakfast AND lunchtime staple. On times when I don’t have time, I grab several patties from your freezer and provide them to work and zap them within the microwave. They’re an excellent low-carb breakfast, treat, or even together with a salad or matched with vegetables for lunch.
My favorite way to enjoy them is with an egg white omelet and an enormous lovely potato topped with peanut butter. Yes, I understand I’m talking about peanut butter once again. It’s a issue.
These homemade sausages are SO much better then your ones at the shop with strange additives and ingredients you can’t pronounce. Another bonus is that they’re super low fat and ideal for when you are trying to consume clean.
They’re sweetened with a tiny bit of maple syrup and true juicy apple chunks. Plus gleam small cinnamon and nutmeg to help keep them filled with wonderful spices.
Prep time:
10 mins
Cook time:
10 mins
Total time:
20 mins
1 garlic clove, minced
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
pinch of nutmeg
2 egg whites
1/4 cup gluten free oat flour (I use Bob’s Crimson Mill)
1/2 teaspoon salt
Preheat oven to 450 levels F. Line large cooking sheet with parchment paper and squirt with nonstick cooking food spray.
Heat olive oil in a large frying skillet over medium heat. Add onions and and garlic and cook until garlic turns into fragrant, about three minutes. Add diced apples and cook a few momemts more or until apples soften. Remove from high temperature, transfer to a big bowl, and mix in cinnamon and nutmeg.
Add in surface turkey, maple syrup, egg whites, oat flour, and sodium and pepper; blend well. Divide into 16 patties and put on ready cooking sheet. Bake for ten minutes or until turkey is no longer red. Serve with extra maple syrup.