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Keto Pancakes Sausage & Egg Sliders

Keto Pancakes Sausage & Egg Sliders. Sorry breakfast lovers, but despite how good morning might be, I don’t think it should be considered the most significant meal of the day. But that doesn’t mean I don’t adore breakfast fare. I’m not sure why, but I’ve never been very fond of breakfast when it’s served in the morning.

But this recipe for pancake sausage and egg sliders might change everything.
When my Tater and Tale were young, “lovely babies,” I would make them breakfast every morning, but as they became bigger and more independent, I less frequently made it for them.

To keep everyone satisfied, I began to rely on frozen waffles, cold cereal, and cream cheese-topped bagels, but on the weekends, I like to surprise my family.

I think a straightforward recipe that begins with frozen pancakes would be ideal.

This dish’s maple butter glaze is a true delight! These pancakes, sausage, and egg sliders will become your new favorite food.

BREAKFAST SLIDER RECIPE USING FROZEN PANCAKES

This straightforward recipe begins with frozen Eggo Mini Pancakes, however, my pancake recipe would also work. I prefer to bake the pancakes rather than reheat them in the microwave.
Course Time to Prepare Breakfast: 5 minutes
20 minutes for cooking
Time Spent: 25 minutes
4 servings

But this recipe for pancake sausage and egg sliders might change everything.
When my Tater and Tale were young, “lovely babies,” I would make them breakfast every morning, but as they became bigger and more independent, I less frequently made it for them.

Ingredients

  • 16 mini-pancakes frozen
  • 8 sausage patties, fully cooked
  • 4 eggs
  • 1-tablespoon milk or cream
  • 2 tbsp. of butter
  • 2/batch of maple syrup

Instructions

  1. Set the oven’s temperature to 350. On a baking sheet, arrange the frozen pancakes with the bottoms facing up. Scramble eggs and milk. Cook over medium heat, stirring often until the eggs are fully cooked. Put butter and maple syrup in a bowl, and microwave for TWENTY to TWENTY-FIVE more seconds.
  2. Remove the pancakes from the oven once they have warmed through (about 7-9 minutes) and generously coat the bottom of each pancake with the butter and maple syrup mixture. To half of the pancakes, put sausage patty and 1/8 of the scrambled eggs. Next, stack another pancake on top.
  3. Serve warm.

Cookbook Notes

To make them even easier to prepare, you could use frozen/cooked sausage patties and reheat them in the microwave.

 

Nutrition Information

Amount Per Serving
Calories 92
Fat 8.7g
Protein 2.2g
Total Carbs 1.9g
Net Carbs 0.9g

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