Breakfast Salad with Sausage is a great way to start the day with an injection of flavor and extra vegetables. You don’t usually have vegetables with your breakfast, do you? Maybe you should. Do it like this. And add some actual probiotics in the mix. So healthy you may need to do something unhealthy to make up for it…
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My favorite local flower is finally blooming: Lilacs. Not only do they smell amazing and look beautiful, but they’re basically a sign that summer is right around the corner! Finally.
I know how that sounds. Whining that summer isn’t here yet. I grew up further north. I saw -40 degree days (-40 is the same in F and C: cold). But after only a season or two in the gentler climate of the Okanagan (BC’s wine country – which, if you haven’t heard about wines of Western Canada, you are missing out, friend), I’ve become soft.
I’ve been laying on the beach some Springs here before the snow is finished melting back in my hometown. The last few years have had even earlier than normal growing seasons. It’s easy to get used to this. I’m spoiled now. I have to remind myself that most people don’t get to hit the beach in April…
Lilacs… Have you ever cooked with them? We have! Lilac Iced Tea and Lilac Whipped Coconut Cream. Spring in your mouth and nostrils.
You know what else comes with Spring? The desire to lose the winter weight. This winter was more than most for me due to injuries and sickness. It’s convenient then, that fresh local produce and the farmer’s markets start now, as well! Time to get more fresh vegetables into me.
What meal is typically lacking vegetables? Breakfast! So it makes sense that we add some, right? I made these every day for a week. I like salads that have a warm element to them.
Just Thrive Probiotics
This is the second recipe that we’ve shared using Just Thrive Probiotics to make the food extra healthy and supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (when was the last time you saw that word? Is the song in your head now? For the rest of your day and into your dreams? Sorry ’bout that…). It just so happens that I’ve also tried the first recipe, Blue Cheese Yogurt Dressing with this breakfast salad. Is “too healthy” a thing? What about “too yummy”? I don’t think so either, which is one of the reasons Breakfast Salad with Sausage is so slick.
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Breakfast Salad with Sausage
There you have it! An almost magical recipe: Breakfast Salad with Sausage – and probiotics! Plus it’s so adaptable to whatever vegetables are available – just add sausage and eggs to whatever vegetables you what to include in the salad. Almost too many options. I get it, I get overwhelmed by options as well. Maybe just stick with what I’ve done here for now. I’m totally looking out for you!
Breakfast Salad with Sausage – And Probiotics!
- Total Time: 12 minutes
- Yield: 1 serving 1x
- 1/4 cup Paleo Breakfast Sausage
- 2–3 eggs
- 1 tsp ghee
- salt to taste
- greens (I love butter lettuce) – enough to cover the plate
- 1/4 cup sliced tomatoes (I suggest cherry tomatoes)
- 1/4 avocado (cubed and sprinkled with lime juice)
- 1 capsule Just Thrive Probiotic
- 1 Thai green chili pepper (diced)
- Melt ghee in a hot frying pan over medium heat and cook up Paleo Breakfast Sausage.
- Add eggs and sprinkle with salt and (optional) contents of one capsule of Just Thrive Probiotic and Thai chili pepper. If you like runny yolks (#yolkporn), scramble the egg whites and avoid the yolks (see the video to see what I mean).
- Lay the bed of greens down on your plate, sprinkle with tomatoes.
- Add sausage & eggs, then top with avocado chunks.
It’s easy to customize this recipe. Use bacon instead of sausage, add cheese, avocados, green onions, cook in spinach and mushrooms, and top with sprouts and blue cheese yogurt dressing.
- Prep Time: 5 min
- Cook Time: 7 min
- Category: Breakfast
I like the video and photography. Looks yummy!
Tessa Simpson says
I absolutely love salad for breakfast! If you’d have asked me if that would be the case 10 years ago, I probably would have laughed at you! Molten gooey yolks with greens and warm sausage…yum!
I could not agree more. I totally would have scoffed at raw greens for breakfast.
Yes please! I used to hate eating veggies for breakfast but these days I need them. This looks so good and love that it’s packed with probiotics!
I’m not the biggest raw vegetable fan, but I dig warm salads like this! Hope you enjoy!
I love breakfasts like this! I normally cook the greens, but since it’s heating up, I’m trying your way!
Like, cooked spinach, you mean? I’ve never done that for breakfast, unless stuffed in an omelette.
This looks so good, I don’t know why I’ve never done a breakfast salad before, I do breakfast lettuce wrap tacos, but for some reason I’ve never done a salad before – thanks so much for the inspiration!
This is even easier than wraps, I think. Faster, at least. We’re on the same path!
I love salad for breakfast, especially in the summer. YUM!!
Yessss! Fresh healthy summer veg!
Love a good breakfast salad, and great idea to add probiotics!
So healthy and delicious. Love the color too. Perfect for summer !
Tina T. says
Love delicious salads during these hot summer days! This one looks delicious!
Nothing like good quality sausages! By the way that’s so interesting about being able to cook with these probiotics – never thought that was possible!
How would you use homemade sausage meat in England, Darryl? Any go-to’s?
I love the idea of using probiotics in a salad! Just look at those beautiful colours <3
Raj - www.ThePrimalDesire.com says
Get a much color as you can in there!
Those lilacs are so pretty!!! And the salad sounds delicious, such a great idea to sneak some probiotics into it and I love that you used butter lettuce, that’s my favorite kind.
I love butter lettuce too! That soft texture feels so nice.
It’s too bad lilacs are around for such a short time. Waiting for next year already.