Kylar, I made my own chicken sausage patties to use for breakfast sandwiches. Here's the recipe I used. ellysaysopa.com/2009/07/07/breakfast-chick
I made the 1oz versions and they were a bit small for the english muffins I used but I still got the flavor of them. I didn't have all the spices called for so I just used the ones I did have (thyme and cayenne) and subbed in generic italian seasoning for the rest. You could probably do 2oz versions to make it more substantial as you probably have the calorie room, and I'm sure using this same recipe with maybe 85% ground turkey would work too. I just wouldn't use a more lean ground turkey since you do need some fat to make them decent.
I made 16 patties which provided for 3 weeks worth of breakfast sandwiches. I made up the sandwiches 5 at a time on Sunday nights and wrapped individually in plastic wrap. I froze the patties I didn't use that day, and just pulled them out 5 at a time on Sunday morning so they were ready to go Sunday afternoon/evening when I was ready to assemble for that week. So, once I got to work, all I had to do was unwrap from the plastic, wrap in a paper towel and heat up for 30 seconds. I used whole grain english muffins and pre-sliced cheese. I didn't use eggs because I don't like them but it would work fine, might just have to up the heating time to a minute so the thicker sandwich would heat through. My version was 212 calories, 29 carbs, 9 fat, 13 protein, 8 fiber.
Edited by: YOJULEZ at: 1/29/2013 (18:31)