Wednesday, August 9, 2017

On Sunday School & Sausage Bread

Once a quarter, my very fun, very sociable Sunday School class brings in breakfast to share. Last quarter, I decided to make one of those yummy sausage, egg, and cheese casseroles. Unfortunately, so did all the other women, and the table in our classroom was a sea of cheese-topped 9 x 13-inch dishes. Sigh. So for this past Sunday's gathering, I had found a recipe for a fancy-schmancy sausage bread recipe. I would take a breakfast bread this time! And wouldn't you know it, so did everyone else. We had muffins, banana bread, biscuits, some type of pastry, and one lonely egg and cheese casserole. You have to fight for a spot on the crowded table, and my tray of sliced sausage bread, I am told, looked like a second plate of the banana bread that appeared at the beginning of the table, so Alex and I came back home with most of it. That is actually not bad news, my friends, because this stuff is delicious!

I made this bread with a mild sausage, both Parmesan and white cheddar cheeses, and a tiny amount of hot sauce, which wasn't hot at all but added a nice flavor to this bread. And when you warm it up again? I guess the sausage keeps the bread moist, because oh, is this bread good. In fact, the rest of the loaf is almost gone now.

And here's the recipe I used if you'd like to try it for yourself. I'm thinking this would be a nice "savory" to serve at a breakfast or brunch type of tea event, but some people don't seem to like sausage on the tea table. If it's a mild sausage, I do. Where do you stand in this debate? Any sausage lovers reading today?


  1. Too bad it was left over ;-) I have had sausage bread made with pizza dough, great with marinara sauce. Yes, for a tea table treat!

  2. Ohhh. Sounds so yummy! Ninja Man would love it!

  3. Yum. This looks good. Next time you will have to make a name tag for your dish. Lol. I like sausage anytime so I'm ok with it on the tea table.

  4. Reminds me of the story I heard about a woman deciding to take deviled eggs to a luncheon because no had brought them for a long time....and they ended up with only deviled eggs because everyone else thought that same way!!!

  5. I have never heard of sausage bread. I had to smile at the potluck. It is funny how everyone is one the same wave length. Now I will be wondering if you can find something no one else has thought of for next year. What could that be?


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