Keto Sausage and Biscuits

Try this Keto Sausage and Biscuit Recipe for an easy low carb breakfast! These Keto Almond Flour Biscuits are stuffed with cooked sausage patties for a high protein low carb breakfast!

Ingredients Needed for Keto Biscuits

As always, this is a quick overview of the ingredients you will need. To get the complete recipe just keep scrolling.

  • Almond flour
  • Shredded Cream Cheese and Cheddar Cheese
  • Eggs
  • Baking Powder and Salt
  • Heavy Cream
  • Butter
  • Sausage

How to Make Keto Biscuits with Sausage

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In a mixing bowl combine the softened cream cheese, cheddar cheese and eggs. Stir until cream cheese is smooth with no clumps.
  3. Add almond flour, baking powder, salt, heavy cream and melted butter.
  4. Stir until combined. Do not overmix or biscuits will be tough.
  5. Chill the dough for 10-15 minutes.
  6. Lightly sprinkle almond flour onto a cutting board and turn the dough onto the floured surface. Pat the biscuits to about 1/2 inch thick and use a biscuit cutter, or the top of a mason jar, to cut out your biscuits.
  7. Place the biscuits onto a greased or silicone lined baking sheet.
  8. Bake 15-18 minutes until golden.
  9. Cook the sausage patties in a skillet over medium heat, until cooked through.
  10. To assemble slice the warm biscuits in half and add the cooked sausage patty.

How to Meal Prep Keto Biscuits with Sausage?

This recipe is great for meal prep. There are several different ways you can prep this recipe for an easy grab and go breakfast!

  1. If you plan to eat all within 4-5 days, simply cook and assemble the sandwiches as directed. Store in an airtight container in the fridge and heat in the microwave in 30 second increments until warm.
  2. Cook the biscuits and sausage and assemble the biscuits according to the recipe directions. Allow the sandwiches to cool completely and wrap tightly in foil and place in a freezer bag. Remove the sandwich when ready to eat and heat in the microwave in 30 second increments until warm.

Tips and Tricks for Keto Sausage and Biscuit Recipe

  • You can use unsweetened almond milk instead of heavy cream, if you want, but the fat content decreases.
  • The dough will be thick, be careful not to over-mix.
  • Use traditional, sage or spicy breakfast sausage to mix up the flavors.
  • You can also add a cooked egg to make a heartier breakfast sandwich if you wish.

Net Carbs in Keto Breakfast Biscuits

This recipe makes 12 Keto Sausage and Biscuits. Each low carb breakfast sandwich comes to 3.9 net carbs.

Ingredients

For the Keto Almond Flour Biscuits

  • 3 ounces cream cheese, SOFTENED
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 cups almond flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream (scrape the measuring cup out since it is thick, make sure you get ALL of the liquid)
  • 1 tablespoon melted butter

Sausage Patties



  • 1 1/2 pounds breakfast sausage, formed into 12 patties

Instructions

    1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
    2. In a mixing bowl combine the softened cream cheese, cheddar cheese and eggs. Stir until cream cheese is smooth with no clumps.
    3. Add almond flour, baking powder, salt, heavy cream and melted butter.
    4. Stir until combined. Do not overmix or biscuits will be tough.
    5. Chill the dough 10-15 minutes.
    6. Lightly sprinkle almond flour onto a cutting board and turn the dough onto the floured surface. Pat the biscuits to about 1/2 inch thick and use a biscuit cutter or the top of a mason jar to cut out your biscuits.
    7. Place the biscuits onto a greased or silicone lined baking sheet.
    8. Bake 15-18 minutes until golden.
    9. Cook the sausage patties in a skillet over medium heat until cooked through.
    10. To assemble slice the warm biscuits in half and add the sausage patty.

Keto Tips

No fruit, unless it’s berries in moderation…
No wheat
No sugar
No grains
No pasta
No potatoes
No rice
No beans
No starches
No milk as it’s loaded with sugar. ( unsweetened almond milk is recommended.)
HWC (Heavy whipping cream) is good in coffee or whatever you would like to use it for.
Meat, cheese, eggs, vegetable, nuts, and healthy fats. It’s simple. Stick to that, and you should be ok!
Vegetables that should be avoided are…
Sweet potatoes
Corn
Peas
Potatoes
Carrots – can be used in moderation, just don’t go over board. They are full of starches and not recommended.
Make sure to drink half your body weight In oz of water as well if you aren’t getting the adequate amount of water it can be bad for your kidneys! This applies for all forms of keto.
Do not forget your electrolytes, they are needed daily.
A good form of electrolytes is:
Powerade zero
Pickle juice
Pink Himalayan salt added to your food
Strict keto – counts all macros, do not eat processed foods.
Lazy keto – doesn’t track all macros, still eats processed foods, as long as they are on plan
Macros are a break down of the calories you intake for the day. Which should be…
5% carbs
20% protein
75% fat
Carb manager is a great app to track macros
Carbs are a limit – try not to go over your carb limit.
Fat is a lever – you don’t have to meet your fat macro, it’s simply there to help you get full.
Protein is a goal- try your best to reach your protein goal, but try not to go over. Excessive amounts of protein can cause you to stall in weight loss.
Anything other than this food group selection would be considered low carb. Also, if you are in ketosis, and eat outside of this food group not only could it take you out of ketosis, but it could spike your blood sugar! Which can make you sick.
Hope this helps. 
If you are a keto newbie- This should help 
Meats: ZERO CARBS 
• Beef- Ground beef, Steak, Ribs, and Roasts
• Pork- Chops, Ribs, BACON, Loins, sausage
• Chicken/Turkey- Thighs w/skin or wings are the best because breasts are high in protein. However, you CAN eat breasts, just have to eat more fat to compensate.
• Fish- Tuna, Salmon, Cod, Haddock, etc.
• Shrimp/Lobster- Go crazy, use lots of butter!
• Pepperoni
Cheese: MOST are no carb, almost all are low carb
• Mozerella & Cheddar- Buy in bulk, they freeze well and are insanely versatile!
• Colby jack, pepper jack, monterrey jack
• Taco style, Mexican style
• Parmesan, Asiago
• Ricotta- Freezes well, very versatile
• Cottage cheese- Good to throw in your lunch with berries, usually around 4-8g of Carbs per serving
• Cream Cheese- Freezes very well, this is one of the things that I always glance at whenever I go to the store, and always buy a bunch of if it’s under 75 cents per 8oz.
Vegetables: No potatoes! Get your carbs from above ground veggies!!!
• Leafy greens- Spinach, Spring mix, Kale, Romaine
• Zucchini- Great for a noodle substitute!
• Avacado- Awesome source of natural fat!
• Eggplant
• Brussels sprouts
• Tomato
• Spaghetti Squash- Versatile, makes a great spaghetti substitute and is even great for making hash browns!!
• Cucumber
• Peppers- Jalepeño, banana, green/red/yellow/ orange bell
• Broccoli- Great with cheese, steamed or just raw!
• Asparagus- Awesome roasted or sautéed with bacon and garlic!
• Cauliflower- AWESOME potato substitute!!
• Celery- Great with cream cheese or all natural peanut butter!
• Cabbage
• Pickles (Read nutrition labels, watch for sugar and carbs)
• Olives
• Green beans- Awesome sautéed in bacon grease with garlic, (watch portion size, though).
• Onions- Red, yellow: use somewhat sparingly, to taste
Fruits: Most are a no-no, especially bananas, oranges and grapes.
• Strawberries
• Blueberries
• Raspberries
• Blackberries
• Lemon/Limes- Adds great flavor!
Nuts (grams of Carbs per 100 grams, or 3.5 oz)
• Pecans/ Brazil (4g)
• Macadamia (5g)
• Hazelnut/Walnut/Peanut (7g)
• Pine (9g)
• Almond (10g)
• Pistachio (18g)
• Cashew (27g)
Oils/Fats
• Coconut Oil
• Butter: Kerry Gold is best but just make sure it’s REAL butter and not a spread or margarine
• Olive Oil
• Vinaigrette
• Hollandaise
• Bacon/sausage grease
• MCT oil- easily ordered online/in specialty stores
Dressings/Condiments/Fats
• Ranch, Blue cheese, Cesar, Thousand Island, Balsamic- Watch carbs/ sugar, but there’s tons of brands, so you can find one you love!
• Mayo- Natural/organic is best, but I use Hellmann’s all the time.
• Aioli
• Heinz “NO SUGAR ADDED” Ketchup or sugar free ketchup
• G. Hughes brand sugar free BBQ sauce
• Yellow/Spicy Brown Mustard
• Soy sauce
• Hot sauce
Liquids: Use as base for sauces/soups
• Heavy Whipping Cream (HWC)
• Broths/Stocks: Stay away from reduced fat. Bone broth is awesome!
Snacks
• Pepperoni
• Slim Jims/jerky (watch carbs)
• Homemade cheese its/ tortilla chips
• Cheese
• Pork rinds (0 carbs, very versatile. Can be used as breading, nacho substitute or even sprinkled with cinnamon & stevia and eaten like cereal with Almond milk and tastes like cinnamon toast crunch!)
Drinks
• WATER- Lots of it!
• Crystal Light- Tons of options and very convenient!
• Tea with stevia
• Coffee- Add a Tablespoon of coconut oil or MCT oil, Stevia, heavy whipping cream and imitation vanilla/ Hazelnut or Cocoa powder & peppermint BOOM Homemade creamer!
Alcoholic Beverages
• Beers (grams of carbs per 12 oz serving)
 Bud Select 55 (1.9)
 MGD 64 (2.4)
 Rolling Rock Green Light (2.4)
 Michelob Ultra (2.6)
 Bud Select (3.1)
 Beck’s Premier Light (3.2)
 Natural Light (3.2)
 Michelob Ultra Amber (3.7)
 Coors Light (5)
 Amsterdam Light (5)
 Bud Light (6.6)
• Vodka: Whipped Vodka & flavored water or pineapple Pinnacle with crystal light are a couple of my favorites!
• Whiskey shot (0g carbs)
• Brandy shot (0g carbs)
• Dry Martini (0g carbs)
• Tequila shot (0g carbs)
• Champagne (~1g per serving)
• Dry wine (~2g per serving)
Sweeteners
• Stevia drops (0g)
• Erythritol (0g)
• Truvía (0g)
• Monkfruit (0g)
Other common Ingredients I use
• Almond flour
• Spices: Garlic powder, onion powder
Dont forget your electrolytes, they are needed daily.
• A good form of electrolytes is:
• Powerade zero



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