Jimmy Dean Maple Sausage Waffles with Cinnamon Apples Recipe - Allrecipes.com
Jimmy Dean Maple Sausage Waffles with Cinnamon Apples Recipe

Jimmy Dean Maple Sausage Waffles with Cinnamon Apples

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"Savory sausage waffles are topped with a cinnamon apple topping for an easy breakfast that will be sure to satisfy."

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Directions

  1. Preheat waffle iron; grease with vegetable oil or shortening. In a large mixing bowl, combine pancake mix, milk, egg, vegetable oil and sausage, stirring until well blended. For each waffle, pour 1/2 cup of mixture onto center of waffle iron and close lid. Bake 5 minutes. Top with fruit filling.
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Jun 04, 2010

Yummm! I have made this several times, but instead of canned filling I use a Sauteed Apple recipe from this site. That adds some work, but is so worth it. Top with some whipped cream- perfect combo of sweet and savory. Definately not a recipe to make all the time, but worth it for a special occasion.

 
Jun 11, 2006

Ok, I try to only review recipes that I have followed exactly but I wanted to let you know that I used whole grain pancake mix and it was horrible!!! That said I could tell that using regular pancake mix we would have loved this! I just wanted to warn you! LOL

 

7 Ratings

Dec 26, 2007

Another Christmas breakfast success! I could not find maple flavored bulk sausage at my grocery and didn't want to use brown and serve, so I added two TBSP real maple syrup to the batter--worked just fine. Also I think a little less than half cup would work fine--maybe it was my waffle iron but it kept overflowing the iron. Finally, I made Emeril Lagasse's Apple Compote (canned filling...yuck). It was a smashing success!

 
May 13, 2006

I give this 5 stars, because I liked it alot. But neither of my kids liked it. I made it exactly as stated, but left of the apple topping. It was great with syrup. My waffle iron, must of been on hi heat because it cooked very quickly and almost burned. The batter was very thick.

 
Jul 27, 2005

If I could give these 10 stars I definately would. I chopped up sausage links and added them to the batter. They came out great. I won't bother with the apple topping next time, although it is good, because these waffles are great on their own. My kids loved them too. I have to make these again soon because we ran out of them and still wanted more. Perfect with butter, real maple syrup and a dollop of whipped cream! Yummy!

 
Nov 29, 2005

Great recipe for a low-sugar breakfast meal. I topped the waffles with fresh apples and whipped cream (from the can, which is also low sugar) and sprinkled cinnamon on top. Yum! I also tried it with thawed frozen strawberries for something different.

 
Nov 19, 2005

Sausage in waffles, what a great idea! Very Delicious! My boyfriend and I both enjoyed it. I chose not to use the apple topping only because I'm not fond of apples on food. Thank you :)

 

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