This autumn paleo-friendly breakfast bake uses our all-natural sausages for extra flavour and will satisfy even the hungriest member of the family! Packed full of golden autumnal veg and topped with fresh free-range eggs, we have made this dish extra flavoursome by including lots of seasoning with the oil for baking. A simple, nourishing and tasty Autumn tray bake for the whole family- nothing easier!
To make the autumn traybake you will need:
6 free range pork sausages (we used our Toulouse sausage - you can also buy this in a coil which would be fun to bake too)
Butternut Squash (peeled and cubed)
Sweet Potatoes (peeled and cubed)
1/2 red onion (peeled and cut into quarters)
Yellow Pepper (sliced)
And anything else you wish to use up in the fridge!
Super nice additions include a handful of chopped pecan nuts and a handful of dried cranberries (no sugar added)
4 - 6 eggs (depending on how many are eating)!
1/4 cup of your choice of cooking oil ( coconut, olive oil or avocado oil)
2 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
1 tsp onion granules
1/2 tsp each of dried basil, garlic powder, paprika, sea salt and cracked black pepper
How to make this healthy Autumn traybake
Pre heat the oven to 180C
Cut the sausages into 1/2 inch pieces and place into large mixing bowl (ignore this step if using our Toulouse Coil)
Chop the veg and add into the mixing bowl
In a separate bowl mix together all the seasoning ingredients
Pour the seasoning onto the sausage and vegetable mix to coat generously
Line a baking sheet with tin foil and carefully transfer the mix onto the baking sheet.
Spread the mix out evenly
Bake in the oven for approximately 20 minutes until the vegetable are starting to brown.
Remove from the oven and stir in the pecans and cranberries if using.
If using the Toulouse coil, place this on top too, cook for a further 20 minutes
Remove the tray and create 4 or 6 wells in the mix.
Crack an egg into each well - being careful not to break the yolk
Cook for a final ten minutes max for the eggs to bake well.
Serve and enjoy!
So Hello Autumn! The weather is definitely changing and now that we have our puppy, Ted we are out walking every day. Having a dog changes lives in so many unexpected ways from having to find the energy to walk him at least three times a day (or he goes super hyper bonkers) to taking time to talk to people who also have dogs and to share the fun of watching them grow up and also being able to watch the seasonal changes on the walkways and paths we follow every day. WE hope you try out our Autumn tray bake - we'd love to see your pictures or hear from you if you do!