September is National Breakfast Month. For many families, breakfast is a low priority or not one at all. If you think you are saving time or cutting calories by skipping breakfast, think again! Making a healthy breakfast a part of your morning can get you (and your family) on track to make healthier choices through the day and curb overeating at other meals.
Plus breakfast makes a great dinner for those nights when you just don’t have time or energy to cook a big meal. This is why Krusteaz wants to help you celebrate break.
Disclosure: I received one or more items for free to facilitate this review. However, all opinions and recipe are my own.
Krusteaz began in 1932, with the women of the Seattle bridge club and a great idea they had for an easy-to-make pie crust. Since then, Krusteaz (a clever combination of “crust” and “ease”) has come to stand for home-baked and convenient fresh-from-the-oven goodness.
That spirit of innovation continues with the introduction in the 1940’s of the Krusteaz “just add water” Pancake Mix, a unique concept at the time, and one of the products they’re most known for today. In the 60’s, they spread the word in a way that was as novel as their pancake mix: the Krusteaz Krutesy Kitchen, a fully-equipped “traveling diner” that served up free pancake breakfasts throughout the Northwest.
Over the years their product line has expanded to included biscuits, muffins, brownies, bread, desserts, and now their Protein Pancake Mixes. With 13g of added protein, it’s the perfect way to keep your family full and energized all day long.
Mini Pancakes and Sausage
Just like Krusteaz, I am always trying to find new ways to spice up meals that are easy. So recently I started playing around with pancake mixes and sausage and hit upon this idea to make pancakes on the go. These mini pancakes with sausage in the middle are a great grab and go breakfast. plus with syrup mixed into the batter, there is no need to worry about sticky messes.
Krusteaz complete pancake mix
Fully cooked sausage links
Preheat oven to 350. Mix pancake batter according to the box. Stir in syrup. For the 4-5 servicing size, I used a 1/2 cup of syrup. This can be adjusted to a larger serving size or if you want a sweeter batter.
Mix pancake batter according to the box.
Stir in syrup. (For the 4-5 servicing size, I used a 1/2 cup of syrup. This can be adjusted to a larger serving size or if you want a sweeter batter. )
In a greased mini muffin pan spoon in batter.
Cut link sausages into three pieces and place one piece in the middle of the batter. Repeat till all muffins have a piece of sausage in them.
Bake 15-20 minutes or until batter is cooked through.
Serve with fruit or grab and go.
Right, now Krusteaz wants to help you get ready for National Breakfast month with an awesome prize pack. Follow the rules of the raffle copter form and you will be entered to win a prize pack.
- Krusteaz Protein Pancake Mixes
- A whisk
- A blender bottle and tote bag (for you to take to the gym or the kid’s soccer games!)
What is your favorite breakfast food to cook or eat?