Recipe Box, Sausage Stuffed Pancakes

Ok, so I was going to wow you today with my BRILLIANT version of Lemon Poppy Seed Pancake Mini Muffins, puffins if you will…




You wouldn’t believe how awful these things were

Even lemon pie filling – desperate times –  couldn’t save them…




After several nibbles of the dry disappointing puffins, I gave them the toss…

It is going to be a long time before I eat another poppy seed  😝

Now here’s an ingredient you can depend on, sausage!




Maple syrup & butter….bye bye lemon pie!




Make your favorite batter from scratch or with a pancake mix




Brown the sausage, maple flavored is really good  😋





Remove and drain on paper towels, then add to the batter






Stir sausage down into the batter





Add butter to skillet





Start cooking the pancakes






Flip pancakes when the surface has bubbles all over




Serve with a pat of butter and real maple syrup




Next time I’m going to add blueberries too  🍇


Sausage Stuffed Pancakes

  • Servings: 3-4
  • Difficulty: easy
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2 cups pancake batter

1/2 lb. maple breakfast sausage


real maple syrup

Prepare batter according to recipe or package directions. Brown sausage and stir into batter.  Melt butter in skillet over medium heat and add batter in desired pancake size, small, medium or large.  Cook pancakes until bubbles form on the surface and then flip.  Cook pancakes for 1-2 minutes longer until golden.  Serve immediately with butter and real maple syrup.  Serves 3-4





for another printable version of Sausage Stuffed Pancakes click here

Here are 3 of our other very favorite maple sausage breakfasts

Maple Sausage & Belgian Waffle Bake




Maple Sausage Cheese Grits

maple sausage cheese grits


Sausage Gravy Biscuit Bake


sausage gravy biscuit bake 2


These would make great breakfasts for your Valentine ❤️

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25 Responses to “Recipe Box, Sausage Stuffed Pancakes”
  1. Jodi says:

    Looks yummy. But don’t give up on poppy seeds. Old fashioned poppy seed cake is my fave 😉. It’s the birthday cake my grandma made me every year. 🎉


  2. I am sitting here coffee in hand and thinking how good these would be right now. Thinking I may have to try these over the weekend for breakfast………..


  3. Jenna, I agree with Emily…I am drinking my dark roast coffee and I know these would taste so great. I absolutely love pancakes and waffles, saving this recipe! Happy Thursday


  4. I still have to make those biscuits you did earlier — I have the biscuits and sausage, just need to do it! This looks good too.

    Thanks for coming by the Gypsy yesterday. Mail had changed to no-reply so I couldn’t respond, but loved your comment! Happy week!


  5. I love maple sausage so this is a recipe after my own heart! Sorry the muffins were a bust, but I think I’d prefer the pancakes….



  6. Mary says:

    Your sausage pancakes would make a good winter weeknight dinner too Jenna! I’m actually wishing we had some winter weather. I’m afraid with these teaser 70 degree temps everything is going to bud and then become frost nipped.


  7. I make blueberry pancakes this way, haven’t thought about using sausage, yum!!


  8. Leslie Anne Tarabella says:

    Sorry about your “fail” but happy you are human! Love the sausage/pancake combo. Anytime I can add sausage to the menu, my boys love me even more!


  9. lulu says:

    Sausage in pancakes….now I do like the sound of that. I had to laugh over your failed muffins. I recently had that happen when gluten free blueberry muffins tasted like cornmeal.


  10. Kitty says:

    Oh Jenna, too, too bad about the puffins, but yes indeed, those maple sausage pancakes sure sound delectable! I’ve never tried sausage in the batter, but I will now. Thanks you!


  11. Chuckling with you about the blooper, God knows I’ve had more than my share! The pancakes sound good:@)


  12. Looks good, Jenna! Glad you know you have some bloopers!


  13. Rosie M. says:

    Oh, Jenna, those pancakes are definitely on my menu for breakfast this weekend! I want to seek out that maple sausage for sure! Thanks for the ideas. Have a good weekend! Rosie


  14. Julie says:

    Hi Jenna, wow the pancakes look and sound just perfect to have for breakfast!
    Hope you have a nice weekend.
    Julie xo


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