Chicken sausages or patties are great as an alternative to eggs for breakfast. Serve them as a side of protein with a quick smoothie, or with a side of pan-fried vegetables. These are also great in lunch boxes.
Can you freeze chicken sausage patties? Yes, in fact, this is a great recipe for making ahead. You can free chicken sausage raw or cooked. Place pre-made raw patties on a parchment paper-lined plate or a cutting board and stick in the freezer for 30 minutes to an hour. Once frozen, transfer to a Ziplock bag and freeze for up to 3 months. Defrost in the fridge overnight or in a microwave and cook as per instructions. If cooked, cool the patties and then freeze as described above. Defrost and reheat.
Can’t find ground chicken sausage / minced meat? Feel free to use turkey or pork instead. I often buy a combination of chicken thighs and some breast meat, take the skin and bones off and slice into smaller pieces, then grind in a food processor in batches to a similar to mince consistency. This way you also know exactly what meat is inside.