Healthy sausage gravy alternatives- making your favorite comfort food dish healthier

Sausage gravy is a classic comfort food dish that many people love. It’s rich, creamy, and delicious but unfortunately not the healthiest option on the menu.

  1. Turkey Sausage Gravy

This sausage is lower in fat and calories than traditional pork sausage while still providing plenty of flavor. To make turkey sausage gravy, start by cooking ground turkey in a skillet until it’s browned and crumbled. Then add flour and stir until it’s absorbed into the meat mixture. Slowly pour in milk while whisking continuously until the mixture thickens and becomes creamy.

  1. Cauliflower Gravy

This recipe uses cauliflower are base instead of flour or potatoes, it is a perfect for a keto or paleo diet. Then puree them in a blender with chicken broth until smooth before adding cooked breakfast sausages and seasoning to taste.

  1. Mushroom Gravy

It is a low in calories but high in nutrients like potassium, vitamin D, and antioxidants are excellent addition to all the meal. Gradually pour in vegetable broth while whisking continuously until the mixture thickens into a rich sauce.

  1. Tofu Sausage Gravy

For those who prefer plant-based options or follow vegetarian or vegan diets tofu-based sausages provide all the flavor without any guilt! Tofu is around for centuries originating from China. It’s made from soybeans which are pressed into blocks similar to cheese production methods but vegan-friendly! For tofu-based homemade sausage gravy start by crumbling extra-firm tofu into small pieces resembling ground meat texture mix with spices such as sage and thyme (typical ingredients used when preparing regular sausages).

  1. Cornmeal Gravy

Cornmeal gravy may sound unique compared to other options mentioned above its southern roots (USA) make it quite popular and flavourful so don’t let its simplicity fool you! You only need five main ingredients like cornmeal (yellow), water and milk combo, breakfast sausages (cooked and crumbled), salt+pepper+nutmeg (for seasoning). The cornmeal gets mixed with cold liquid initially then heated up slowly over med-low flame constantly stirring till cooked through then add cooked and crumbled breakfast sausages are seasonings till desired taste achieved!

America today that can satisfy our cravings without sacrificing our overall well-being- possibly even improving it too if done correctly! Experimenting with different recipes using commonly available ingredients can help us discover new flavors and textures whilst keeping things interesting at home- plus these options could work just as well during lunch and dinner times too depending on personal preferences and any occasions.