Do you ever get tired of biscuits that fail to be fluffy and light? Although I have some wonderful recipes that work well and taste good with honey drizzled on them, I miss the good old-fashioned light biscuits for my sausage gravy. No more. I had this idea when I was thinking breakfast for dinner, I love doing that. but I didn’t want waffles with syrup so I decided why not make my sausage gravy and serve it over waffles with a side of hash browns and fried eggs. Turned out to be a wonderfully awesome filling dish! The whole family loved it, loved it so much in fact that I forgot to get photos of it……
Nothing hard or special about the meal, you simply take 1 lb of sausage (your choice between a sweet, regular or spicy blend) and fry it up. I use good quality sausage so there is only a little oil left over after I take the sausage out of the pan. I put about 1/4 cup of GF flour in it and let it brown just a bit and then add salt and pepper along with milk and put the sausage back in. How much milk you put in depends on just how thick you like it. I used about 2 cups of milk. (yes you can use almond or coconut milk with the same results)
I took premade (lazy cook and proud of it) store-bought GF/DF/SF waffles and toasted them in the toaster and put them in the oven on warm while everything else was finishing. (such as the premade, sore-bought hash browns I had sauteing over in the other pan with garlic salt, onion powder and pepper)
now fry up some eggs, put a waffle on the plate with gravy over it and a side of hash browns and you have a wonderful meal. a play on breakfast without the sweetness and the waffles met every expectation I had. slightly crunchy outside, soft tender inside, not dense at all and it was the perfect accompaniment to my gravy.
the family really enjoyed it.