The Sausage and Egg Knibbs Pancakes

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Sausage and Egg Knibbs Pancake

Breakfast has always been my favourite meal. I love kick starting my day with a delicious breakfast. On a Sunday morning, when we have a lot more time on our hands, we will occasionally make an English breakfast. We will have fried eggs, sausage, bacon, tomato and my homemade baked beans. 

Although we are creatures of comfort in this house, we do like a change every so often. When I offer my little family a Sausage and Egg Knibbs Pancake for breakfast, they are more than happy with this suggestion. I tried to turn the title into a certain fast food chain’s breakfast meal. Sadly we don’t have a ‘Mac’ in our surname so Knibbs Pancakes’ will have to do. 

These breakfast pancakes are a great way to start a lazy Sunday morning. They are very simple to do but cooking them takes time. So it’s definitely a weekend breakfast in this house. They are also delicious served with my homemade tomato ketchup. Yummy!

Serves 4

Equipment needed

Sausage and Egg Pancake with my Homemade Tomato Ketchup
  • Baking tray
  • Potato peeler
  • Sharp knife
  • Chopping board
  • Colander 
  • Saucepan
  • Blender
  • Mixing bowl
  • Whisk
  • Tablespoon 


  • Sweet potato x 200g
  • Gluten free oats x 200g
  • Baking powder x 1 tsp
  • Oat milk x 300mls (or a milk of your choice)
  • Eggs x 2 
  • Sausages x 4 
  • Fried Eggs x 4
  • Homemade tomato ketchup x 8


  • Preheat the oven to 180°C or gas mark 4. 
  • Put the sausages in a baking tray and cook as per the packet instructions.
  • Peel the sweet potato and cut into cubes. 
  • Pour water into the saucepan and put on a high heat. 
  • Place the sweet potato cubes into the colander and put it on top of the saucepan to steam them. 
  • Make sure there is no water touching the bottom of the colander. 
  • Then steam the potato until it’s soft enough to blend. 
  • Put a fork in it and if it falls off it’s cooked. 
  • Meanwhile, blend the gluten free oats. 
  • Pour these into the mixing bowl along with the baking powder and mix together. 
  • Once the potato is cooked, pour into the blender along with the milk. 
  • Now pour this over the oats and whisk these together. 
  • Add the eggs and whisk until it looks like pancake mixture.
  • Next put a frying pan on a high heat and add oil. 
  • Scoop enough pancake mix to make a good sized pancake. 
  • Cook the pancake and then repeat the process until you have made about 8 – 12 pancakes. 
  • Leave them to cool on a rack.
  • Meanwhile fry the eggs in a frying pan until the egg yolk is still just about runny in the middle, and the whites are cooked. 
  • Once the sausages are cooked remove from the oven. 
  • Put a pan pancake on the plate. 
  • Then slice a sausage length ways in half and put it on the pancake.
  • Add the egg to the top of the pile. 
  • Spread a couple of tablespoons of homemade tomato ketchup to a second pancake. 
  • Finally place this onto of the stack. 
  • Serve and enjoy. 
Sausage and Egg Knibbs Pancake Stack

Sausage and Egg Knibbs Pancakes were very well received when I served them to my son Ted and husband Howard. My husband never says no to a fry up on a Sunday morning. The leftover pancakes we put in the freezer for a quick mid week breakfast. These could be eaten with just a fried egg on top of each pancake or they could be made with vegetarian sausages too. However you decide to eat this breakfast, as always, enjoy! xxx

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