Oatmeal pancake wrapped sausages with glazed Honeycrisp Apples

Breakfast time has so much potential. I like to change things up often and us try new things. The same meal plan often gets boring, so it is always nice for us to mix things up a bit. Today we tried a new recipe. You guessed it, oatmeal pancake wrapped sausages with glazed honeycrisp apples. I am big on using what I have and not making an extra trip to the store to get whatever it is I may need. So, for this recipe I did not have the breakfast style sausage links, but did have sausage on hand. It turned out nice and tasty. However, I think the breakfast type sausage would be easier to take a bite of. This is more of a fork and butter knife kind of breakfast.

Oatmeal pancakes:

1 cup flour
1/4 cup quick oats
2 tsp baking powder
sprinkle of salt
1 1/2 cup milk
2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon oil 

Mix your flour, oats, powder and salt together. Add your milk, sugar and oil with a gentle stir until combined. A few lumps are alright. Spray your skillet with some cooking spray and use 1/6 cup scoops as your portion. Once it is nice and bubbly on top and cooked enough to flip, flip it over to brown the other side, then pull off the heat. 

Cook your sausages and set aside. Roll your sausages in your oatmeal pancakes and serve with your glazed apples. Yum!

Glazed Honeycrisp apples:

Core, peel and chop 2 Honeycrisp apples 
1/4 cup water
1/2 cup light brown sugar

Heat on stovetop at med-high heat until a thickened bubbly brown sauce forms. Serve on top or along side your oatmeal pancake wrapped sausages.

What did you have for breakfast? Have you tried anything new lately?


Amy Perdew said...

All three I love and never would have thought of rolling a pancake around the breakfast sausage, but seriously a great idea! So going to try this the next time we want pancakes. Thanks Amy!! :)

Amy Perdew said...

This looks like something up Brian's alley. I can't mix my salty and sweet like that.

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Amy Perdew said...

It was actually pretty good. I ate the apples separate, but still great. It was my first time making pancake mix with oatmeal in it. Let me how it goes if you try it.

Amy Perdew said...

Normally, I do not eat sweet and salty either. I ate the apples last. The pancakes were just right and not sweet but tasted good. I will try the breakfast links next time. Thanks for stopping by.

Amy Perdew said...

that looks so good....we are not morning people here, just coffee and cereal, but this would be great for a brunch meal.




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