Whole30 Sausage – for an easy, Paleo, turkey sausage, look no further. Quick prep, cooking time and there are freezer options!
Is sausage Whole30? Yes, with the right ingredients it will be a delicious addition to your Whole30 adventure.
Whole30 Sausage Recipe:
- Ground turkey
- Dried sage
- Dried rosemary
- Ground black pepper
- Sea salt
- Olive Oil
Can you have olive oil on Whole30? Yes, check ingredients for a good quality olive oil. It’s also a fantastic idea to make your own mayonnaise and tastes better too. Paleo Mayo recipe.
This has become my go-to breakfast sausage. I can make a batch and freeze some so I always have them on hand.
There is no need to buy store-bought sausages now that I am making my own where I can control the ingredients. This Whole30 turkey sausage recipe is also grain, gluten, and dairy-free!
Don’t you love sausages that are versatile? If I am short on time around dinner, I will take a few out of the freezer and cook with sauteed vegetables, or I might chop up a sausage or two and add to the tomato sauce and pour over spaghetti squash.
Easy, fast, but nutritious.
Whole30 Approved Breakfast Sausage:
I always get the dark ground turkey meat, which at my grocery store is dark thigh meat. This is the same meat that I use for Paleo Slow Cooker Turkey Chili, Turkey Meatloaf and Turkey Meatballs.
I have tried various methods for forming the sausage patties. Since the mixture tends to be sticky, it is hard to use “cookie cutter” type round shapes.
I have found the easiest way is to use a measuring cup, (choose what size you want) and then form patties with your hands.
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Whole30 Sausage - A delicious, easy, paleo breakfast sausage. Make a double batch and freeze!
- 1 pound One ground turkey (I like using dark ground thigh meat)
- 1 teaspoon dried sage
- 1 teaspoon dried rosemary
- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
- 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
- 1 tablespoon olive oil - for skillet
Place the olive oil in a skillet and heat on medium-low.
Place all remaining ingredients in a medium-sized bowl and mix together.
Form round patties with your hands. I usually make between 8-12 depending on size.
Place patties in the skillet and cook and brown on both sides, usually 6-8 minutes per side.
Transfer patties to a plate lined with a paper towel to drain extra grease.
*When not on Whole30, can add one tablespoon of maple syrup for a sweeter sausage.
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these sausages are delicious!
I’ve been making the recipes found on Yummly for quite a while now. I’ve never written a review, nor contacted any of the bloggers… until now. Your Breakfast Turkey Sausage recipe is out of this world! SO delicious! My wife is a harsh critic, and even she admitted how delicious they were. The only thing I added was a 1/4 cup of diced onion, and a small clove of minced garlic to the mix before cooking.
Thanks for the great recipe!
Hi Mark, Thank you so much for letting me know that you and your wife love the Breakfast Turkey Sausage recipe! How awesome and your additions are perfect! I love creating tasty recipes and it is the icing on the cake when they are so well received! Have an awesome day!