This sure was a pleasant surprise this morning! I had one of my hotdog buns left and didn’t feel like having eggs and sausage today, so I dreamed up this tasty treat. These were sooooo good! The smoked Gouda goes marvelously with the spices in typical breakfast sausage. You men may want to use TWO sausage patties on yours (my hubby did). But only ONE patty of meat is reflected in the nutritional info below. This recipe is Induction friendly. Of course, you can use other bulk sausage for this, but it will taste a bit different as the spices will be different in the meat. :) You can also use one of my round sandwich buns, if you have those made up and just cut in it half to make the top and bottom bun. If you prefer some other favorite low-carb bread, GO FOR IT! 🙂
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1 hot dog bun half made by this recipe (or other low-carb roll or biscuit)
1 patty my breakfast sausage made by this recipe (or other breakfast sausage)
1 oz. smoked Gouda cheese
DIRECTIONS: Brown sausage in a skillet until thoroughly cooked. Lay the cheese on top of the patty so it begins to melt. Cut the half hotdog bun in half crosswise and place the patty with cheese between the pieces of bun. Then ENJOY!
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 1 slider which contains:
26.9 g fat
2.2 g carbs, .6 g fiber, 1.6 g NET CARBS (recalculate if you substitute other bread)
20.1 g protein
501 mg sodium