Good Morning – Breakfast!

April 30, 2014 at 9:30 AM | Posted in breakfast, cheese, Eggs, Jennie-O Turkey Products, Pillsbury | 3 Comments
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Started it off right this morning with an Egg and Turkey Sausage Biscuit. Just needed; I Pillsbury Grand Jr. Biscuit, 1 Medium Scrambled Egg, 1 Jennie – O Ground Breakfast Sausage, and a half slice of Colby Longhorn Cheese. And 1 cup of fresh brewed Bigelow Decaf Green Tea along with the Morning Paper. How did your Morning go?

 

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Breakfast – Jimmy Dean APPLEWOOD SMOKE CHICKEN SAUSAGE LINKS

March 11, 2014 at 9:50 AM | Posted in breakfast, green tea, Jimmy Dean Products | 3 Comments
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Started the morning off with something new, Jimmy Dean Delights Fully Cooked Applewood Smoke Chicken Sausage Links. I found them at tyhe Kroger up the road the other day. They’re fully cooked so all you do is warm them up in the microwave or by skillet, which is what I did this morning.

 

 

The fried up in 8 minutes and really browned up beautifully. There 102 calories and 3 carbs per serving, which is 3 links. Tender and full of great flavor, great new item to have in the freezer! Served them with a Pillsbury Grand JRs Biscuit and a cup of Bigelow Decaf Green Tea. Give them a try great new Breakfast item!

 

 

 

Jimmy Dean DELIGHTS FULLY COOKED APPLEWOOD SMOKE CHICKEN SAUSAGE LINKSJimmy Dean Applewood Smoked Chicken Sausage Links
Tasty mornings made easy. Applewood smoke chicken sausage links with just 120 calories per serving.
Preparation:

Always follow heating instructions. Do not refrigerate longer than expiration date on package.
* Instructions were developed using an 1100-watt microwave oven. Ovens vary; heat times may need to be adjusted.

Microwave Instructions*(one serving):
1. Remove 3 links from plastic pouch.
2. Place on a microwave-safe plate and cover with a paper towel.
3. Microwave on HIGH: Refrigerated: 35-45 seconds or until hot. Frozen: 50-55 seconds or until hot.

Stovetop Instructions:
1. Remove desired amount of links from plastic pouch.
2. Place links in a cold non-stick skillet.
3. Heat skillet to MEDIUM.
4. Heat links over medium heat, turning occasionally for even browning. Refrigerated: 6-8 minutes or until hot. Frozen: 10-12 minutes or until hot.

Caution! Product will be hot! Remove with caution! Let cool one minute before eating! Enjoy!

For food safety and quality purposes, this product must be cooked to a minimum internal temperature of 160°F prior to eating. Due to differences in cooking equipment, cook times may require adjustment.

 
http://www.jimmydean.com/products/fully-cooked-sausage/delights-fully-cooked-applewood-smoke-chicken-sausage-links#nutritional_info

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