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Wright text #shop Great days start with a great breakfast. But let’s face it, I’m not a morning person. I want my family to start their day out right, but I’m not about getting up early and fixing them a high-protein breakfast. I’m not about getting up in the morning at all really so it’s important for me to plan ahead by making their breakfast the night before, sometimes for the whole week. B and Bug love a hearty sausage breakfast so for more reasons than one, I turn to Wright Brand Sausage as the base for most of their breakfast dishes.

But first, let’s just go ahead and address the elephant in the room, shall we?


I’m always preaching low/no sodium I know so why, oh why would I be feeding my family sausage? Well, the truth of the matter is that the body needs sodium for healthy living. In moderation of course. It is healthy as long as you use proper guidelines. And so I add it to my family’s diet on a daily basis, in moderation, typically at breakfast. My family LOVES sausage, and bacon, and I’ve found that the lowest sodium brand that my local stores carry is Wright Brand (seriously, it has less sodium than the packages that are labeled lower sodium). Obviously they think it’s important too and there’s no need to label it because you can just read it on the back. Plus it’s Texas home grown, so that’s a plus too!

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Like I said, I love for them to start their days with a well-balanced meal (and toaster pastries or cereals just don’t cut it), so I plan ahead. The right breakfast starts with the right ingredients and I like to include their protein, fruits, veggies, and dairy. But I am NOT doing that in the morning. I make breakfast at night, after dinner, and I package it up so they can heat and eat in the morning. Sometimes I make just enough for the next morning, sometimes (like this time), I make enough for the entire week because that makes it easier on me. I’m all about making things easy on me. I’m busy. I deserve this!

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For this week’s breakfast menu plan, I made Sausage, Egg, Potato, and Cheese Tacos and Breakfast Bowls (same recipe, one with a corn tortilla, one in a bowl, because I’m smart like that) and Sausage Kolaches. I made homemade Pico de Gallo to keep on hand for the family members that like that spicy kick to their breakfast foods plus amazing smoothies packed with calcium and fruit. All of this in less than an hour. Breakfast is served, each and every morning, from my microwave, while I guzzle coffee.

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For the Wright Sausage, Egg, and Potato Tacos or Breakfast Bowls, you’ll need:

  • Wright Brand Ground Sausage
  • 6 eggs (beaten)
  • 1/4 cup 2% milk 
  • 2 medium white potatoes, cut in 1 inch cubes
  • 2 green onions (just the white part, sliced)
  • 1 bell pepper, chopped (we use the orange but green or red work too)
  • 1/2 cup shredded cheese
  • Pico de Gallo (optional)

Cook ground sausage thoroughly, drain and set aside. Fry cubed potatoes until almost tender, then add bell pepper and green onion and continue frying until all are tender. Beat eggs, mix in milk, and cook to the consistency you prefer. Mix all cooked components together. Serve either in heated soft corn (way less sodium than flour) tortillas or in a bowl sprinkled with cheese.

*This mixture stores in the refrigerator well so you can just cook it the night before, place it in an air tight bowl, then reheat it in the morning for your quick breakfast.

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 My version of Kolaches (a Texas favorite) is super simple:

  • Wright Brand Sausage Links
  • 1 roll of refrigerated crescent rolls

Simply cook the sausage links on the stove top until about half way done (about 10 minutes over a low heat). Wrap them in the crescent rolls. Heat in oven according to crescent roll package instructions (mine were at 375 for 13 minutes).

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It’s really easy to start your family’s day off right with the perfect breakfast, as long as you plan ahead. You don’t have to be a morning person to fix a great meal in the mornings. Ditch the toaster pastries and cereal and start their day off with a high-protein, delicious breakfast that will leave them feeling full and satisfied until lunch time.

If you like my recipe ideas, you should REALLY try this Wright Brand Sausage when making them. The sodium is way lower than those other brands AND the taste is amazing according to my family. You can find Wright Brand Sausage (and they have bacon too) in the breakfast meat section of your local Walmart.


To find out more about Wright Brand Products, visit their website, like them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter. And you can get even more inspiration for breakfast recipes on this Pinterest Board. What are some of your favorite plan-ahead breakfast recipes? I’d love for you to share!

About Christy

Christy Gossett, managing editor of SoFabFood and creator of the healthy living blog, Insanity Is Not An Option, is a WAHM of 6 kids ranging in age from 27 to 8. She enjoys sharing her heart-healthy, low sodium recipes to help others with dietary restrictions enjoy a flavorful life while maintaining a healthy diet.

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  1. I love that this sausage has a lower sodium count than all of the others you found! Since Howard and I are on a lean protein and veggie diet, this really helps us make our breakfasts more appealing. I love adding new recipes to our repertoire! #client
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  2. Yum! Those look great for a filling breakfast….especially on these freezing cold mornings! Pinning! #client
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  3. Seriously, those breakfast tacos look so yummy. That is a great idea preparing ahead of time and microwaving. I’m picturing you guzzling your coffee while sleepily pushing the buttons on the microwave. Thanks so much for sharing on Inspire Me Wednesday, Christy. Featuring you in next week’s issue.
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    • Thanks Mel! I really appreciate when you feature me. I feel honored (true story). I’m “required” to make these every week now which is cool because I don’t have to rotate my recipes out anymore. 🙂

  4. I’m now hungry! Great breakfast ideas!
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