Sweet & Savoury Sausage & Apple Waffle

First off, I just want to give a BIG shout out and thanks to Kim from Feed Me, Seymour for extending the invitation to join all these wonderful food bloggers in the Waffle Week Waffle Round-Up of 2015. Secondly, I want to thank you all for your patience! Since Hazel’s arrival a week and a half ago, our home has been a little crazy busy, then school started this week… and all that comes with that… it’s been CRAZY! I’m hoping to get back on track shortly, but in the meantime, I still wanted to participate in this AMAZING round up of deliciousness! And perfect for weekend morning breakfasts for you and your family!

Sweet & Savoury Sausage & Apple Waffles
Sweet & Savoury Sausage & Apple Waffles
Welcome to #WaffleWeek2015 ! How amazing is this?! A whole week dedicated to a fluffy & delicious breakfast… topped your way! Today I’m bringing you my take on a breakfast classic with some fun flavours. These Sweet & Savoury Sausage & Apple Waffles incorporate everything you love about breakfast! So let’s get to it!!

The Ingredients:

  • 4 mild italian sausages
  • 1 granny smith apple, sliced thinly
  • 3 tbsp unsalted butter
  • 1 small white onion, diced
  • 1/4 cup water (optional)
  • 2-3 tsp fresh thyme

Waffle Toppings
Waffle Toppings
The How- To:

  1. Remove sausage from the casings. Cook crumbled sausage in a pan until cooked all the way through. Once cooked through, remove the sausage with a slotted spoon.
  2. Add unsalted butter to pan and melt. Add onions and cook until translucent. Add apple and cook until soft. If you find your pan getting a little dry, add water to help soften the apples.
  3. Once apples are cooked through and soft, add thyme & cooked sausage. Turn to low and keep warm while you make your waffles. If it’s a little dry when you’re ready to serve, add a little more butter.
    Note: my focus for this recipe was really about the topping. I used a basic waffle recipe that created fluffy and light waffles, perfect to balance out the flavours of the apples & sausage. You can find a basic waffle recipe here: Simple Waffles from Scratch by The Food Network.
  4. Once your waffles are ready, serve the sausage mixture warm on top. Serve alone, add an extra sprinkle of thyme or even a slice of brie cheese!!

Waffles Done
Waffles Done

Waffles served
Waffles served
The deliciousness doesn’t stop here… check out all of the amazing waffle creations from other amazing bloggers!! Thank you so much for stopping by today! More tasty recipes will be coming your way shortly… if I can put Hazel down and get a little work done! 😉 Have a wonderful day!

#WaffleWeek2015 Hosted by Kim @ Feed Me, Seymour

 

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