Sausage gravy stuffed biscuits

sausage gravy

This southern recipe is popular by far when it comes to hearty breakfast food. I wasn’t raised in the south, but I am no stranger when it comes to biscuits & gravy.  Currently residing in Ohio, the weather changes more often than not, and when the cold strikes us, there is nothing like a warm supper that comforts our stomach and soul, if you are someone who is looking for an easy but very delicious meal ticket, look no further because I think I found the right recipe for you. 

Ingredients needed:

  • 8 ounces of bulk country breakfast sausage (or any type of sausage that pleases you)
  • 3 Tablespoons of all purpose flour
  • 1 1/4 cups of whole milk
  • 1/4 teaspoon of garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon of rubbed sage
  • salt & pepper
  • 1 8 count tube of GRANDS refrigerated biscuits
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten with a little water

Instructions:

  1. Cook sausage in a nonstick skillet, breaking it apart with a spoon as it cooks
  2. Sprinkle flour over sausage, stir and cook 1 minute
  3. gradually whisk in milk
  4. Add garlic powder, salt & pepper, and sage to taste. Simmer until thick.
  5. Either refrigerate gravy overnight or line a baking sheet with parchment paper, spread the gravy thin, and freeze for 30 minutes
  6. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, pull each biscuit apart into 2 layers
  7. place 1-2 tablespoon of chilled gravy on a biscuit half and top it with another biscuit piece. Seal around the edges, and tuck the edges under somewhat so they are less likely to pull apart
  8. Repeat for remaining biscuits. Brush top of each biscuit with egg wash
  9. Bake 15-18 minutes

Note: you may have some leftover gravy — the recipe calls that you can thin it out with some milk and microwave until warm and use it over the cooked biscuits

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Enjoy! 

 

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9.19.18 Macro’s log

12AM (work/snack)

  • Kroger carb master yogurt (raspberry) Calories 70, Carbs 5g, Fats 1.5g, Protein 9g

2AM (work/lunch)

  • Kroger fresh baked bread (0.25 loaf) Calories 269, Carbs 55.8g, Fats 1.9g, Protein 11.5g
  • Kroger southwestern dressing, lite (1 TBSP) Calories 70, Carbs 3g, Fats 7g, Protein 0g
  • Kroger white sweet onion; Calories 6, Carbs 1.3g, Fats 0g, Protein 0.1g
  • Sliced Swiss Cheese (1 slice) Calories 110, Carbs 1g, Fats 8g, Protein 9g
  • Kroger Mesquite roasted turkey (2 oz) Calories 50, Carbs 0g, Fats 0g, Protein 11g
  • Hellman’s lite may (2 TBSP) Calories 70, Carbs 2g, Fats 7g, Protein 0g
  • Kroger Hard Salami (2 slices) Calories 60, Carbs 0.5g, Fats 5g. Protein 2.5g

2:30PM (lunch)

  • Frosted Flakes cereal (2 cups) Calories 110, Carbs 27g, Fats 1g, Protein 1g
  • Kroger 2% milk (1 cup) Calories 120, carbs 12g, fats 5g, protein 8g

5:30PM (snack/work)

  • Oreo cookies (3 cookies) Calories 160, Carbs 25g, fats 7g, protein 1g

8PM (Dinner)

  • City blends ‘rush hour mocha’ protein shake (24 oz) Calories 525, Carbs 84g, Fats 6g, Protein 28g
  • Kroger creamy peanut butter (1 TBSP) Calories 90, Carbs 3.5g, Fats 7.5g, Protein 3.5g

Total Calories: 1710 (under goal)

Total Carbs: 220.1g (over by .1 g)

Total fats: 56.9g (over)

Total protein: 84.6g (under goal)

9.17.18 Macro’s log

12AM (Snack @work)

  • Kroger carb master yogurt (cinnamon roll flavor) Calories 70, Carbs 4g, Fats 1.5g, Protein 9g 
  • Sprite (20 oz bottle) — my stomach wasn’t feeling too well. Calories 240, Carbs 64g, Fats 0g, protein 0g

2AM (Lunch @ work)

  • Leftover stir-fry 
  • Baked boneless chicken breast; Calories 55, Carbs 0g, Fats 1.5g and protein 11g

9:45AM (breakfast @home)

  • Frosted flakes cereal (2 cups) Calories 110, Carbs 27g, Fats 1g and protein 1g
  • Kroger 2 percent milk (1 cup) Calories 120, Carbs 12g, Fat 5g and protein 8g

2:30PM (Lunch at home)

  • Kroger fresh baked bread (0.25 loaf) Calories 269, Carbs 55.8g, Fats 1.9g and protein 11.5g 
  • Kroger hard salami (2 slices) Calories 60, Carbs 0.5g, Fats 5g, and protein 2.5g
  • Tillamock sliced swiss cheese (1 slice) Calories 110, Carbs 1g, fats 8g and protein 9g 
  • Fresh spinach 
  • Kroger white sweet onion (0.6 oz) Calories 6, Carbs 1.3g, Fats 0g, protein 0.1g 
  • Kroger mesquite smoked turkey (2 oz) Calories 50, carbs 0g, fats 0g and protein 11g
  • Hellman’s light mayo (2 TBSP) Calories 70, Carbs 2g, Fats 7g, Protein 0g

8:00PM (Dinner)

  • City blends ‘Get your peanuts here” protein shake (16 oz) Calories 428, Carbs 60g, Fats 11g, and protein 28g
  • Kroger creamy peanut butter (2 TBSP) Calories 180, Carbs 7g, fats 15g and protein 7g 

Total Calories: 1768 (under goal)

Total Carbs 234.6g ( over goal for light activity macros)

Total Fats 56.9g  (over goal)

Total protein: 98.1g (under goal)

9.13.18 Macro’s Log

12AM (Snack/Work)

  • Kroger carb master yogurt (blackberry) Calories 70, Carbs 5g, Fats 1.5g, Protein 9g 

2AM (Lunch Break)

  • Kroger boiled white long grain enriched rice (125g) Calories 81, carbs 17.6g, Fats 0.2g and protein 1.7g 
  • Kroger wild caught pollock fish fillet/2.15oz  Calories 30, Carbs 0g, Fats 0.3g, protein 7g
  • Kroger frozen broccoli cuts (steamed)/99g Calories 34, Carbs 4.6g, Fats 0g and protein 2.3g
  • Sriracha sauce (6 teaspoons) Calories 0, Carbs 6g, fats 0g and protein 0g

11:30AM (Lunch @home)

  • 2 hamburgers with a bun,  Hellman’s light Mayo, Thousand Island Dressing (2 TBSP) 

No macros recorded

5:57PM (Dinner)

  • Kroger wild caught pollock fish (2.33 oz)
  • Ramen noodle, white rice, fresh green beans, beef, sriracha sauce, fried eggs, broccoli, fresh white mushrooms, white onion — stir fry

No macros recorded

9:30PM (Snack @Work)

  • Cinnamon toast crunch bowl (1 container) Calories 230, Carbs 45g, Fats 6g and protein 3g 
  • Milk (2%) small carton 

Macro’s log 9.09.18

11:30AM (Breakfast)

  • Macromeal ultimate superfood vanilla protein + Superfoods (2.0 scoops)
  • Kroger 2% milk (12 oz)

Protein shake: Calories: 160, Carbs: 6g, Fats: 2.5g, Protein: 25g 

Milk: 180 calories, Carbs: 18g, Fats: 7.5g, Protein: 12g

2:30PM (Lunch)

  • Buttermilk and maple (kodiak cakes/flapjack) 61.0g
  • Kroger 2% milk (1/4 cup)

Kodiak cakes: Calories: 250, Carbs: 35g, Fats: 7g, Protein: 10g

Milk: Calories: 30, Carbs: 3g, Fats: 1.3g, Protein: 2g

5:30PM (dinner)

  • White long grain rice (enriched) w/ ground pork, shredded baked chicken, fried whole eggs, sriracha sauce, Kroger Thousand Island dressing

No macros were recorded.

9:00PM (before work meal)

  • Marco’s meatball sub/6′ (ate 95% of it)

Sub: Calories: 589, Carbs: 53.2g, Fats: 26.6g, Protein: 35.1g

Normally this isn’t something I would do before work, especially at this time, but for some reason I was craving a sub, lol. 

Didn’t record totals for this meal because of the fact that I did not measure my food that I ate for dinner. Sorry ahead of time. 

Peanut Butter Banana Protein Overnight Oats Recipe

A popular recipe that has many people’s attention is the overnight oats, I found a fun recipe on Pinterest that I think many of you will like – it comes packed some protein so definitely awesome for some of my athletes out there. I, have not had the chance to make my own overnight oats, but I keep so many recipes of them because I hope to at some point be able to create my own because they look so good! Yumm 🙂 I have had many of my friends who swear by overnight oats and say they make for a great breakfast or post workout snack as well, so definitely a plus-plus there. If you love peanut butter and banana, then you will be excited to try this recipe. 

 

Ingredients needed:

 
  • 1/2 cup of rolled oats (regular or gluten-free)
  • 1/2 of a small to medium size banana (sliced)
  • 2/3 cup of unsweetened almond milk or your milk of your choice
  • 1/2 Tablespoon of chia seeds
  • 1/2 Tablespoon of protein powder
  • 1/2- 1 Tablespoon of peanut butter
  • 1/2 tsp of pure vanilla extract
  • 2-3 tsp of pure maple syrup
  • dash of sea salt

Directions:

  1. Combine all your ingredients into a small jar (such as a mason jar) 
  2. Stir well
  3. Cover and refrigerate overnight or at the bare minimum of 4 hours
  4. You can eat this chilled or warmed up and if you choose, garnish with peanut butter or more bananas. 

If you are looking for mason jars at a decent price, check out this link: 

Definitely will come handy for when you want to stock up for meal planning, this link comes with 12 🙂

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“Habanero Pepper” Challenge (YouTube video) Warning: Would not recommend

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQv7DgunATg

I did this challenge because Christianweightlosssucess nominated me for it after I told him that I enjoy hot/spicy food. I did not know what all to expect since I have never had issues with hot foods. I had watched videos of other YouTubers doing this challenge and everyone had the same reactions (panicking and their mouths burned up) – I not only did this challenge, but unlike the many others, I ate TWO habanero peppers, not just one. I will say this, never again will I take part in this challenge (not even for a redo) – use my video to spread awareness, because I would NOT recommend anyone do this challenge, let alone eat two whole habaneros, because it was painful and took awhile for my pain to finally come to a hault.. I had to leave the room and stop the camera because I was in so much pain. Lesson learned, do not ever listen to this guy Christian – for pay back, I nominated him for this same challenge, hopefully he gets to feel my burn. Otherwise, I do not want all my followers/readers to take part in this challenge because it isn’t fun and I don’t want harm to come your way, seriously. This was my first time eating a habanero pepper, and  I didn’t enjoy the taste too much! lol .. 

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