Gluten Free Egg Sausage Sandwich

We are always looking for interesting things to make.  I finally found some gluten free sausage in our local Krogers so I decided to make some Gluten Free Egg Sausage Sandwiches for myself and our oldest son.

Gluten Free Sausage Egg Sandwich

Gluten Free Sausage Egg Sandwich


  • 2 slices Gluten Free Bread (We prefer Udi’s)
  • 1 or 2 Sausage Patties (I used Williams Sausage, or Tennessee Pride found in our Freezer Section of Krogers)
  • 1 or 2 Egg Whites or 1 Egg (If you prefer a scramble)

Prepare sausage as directed.  If you use Williams, it is frozen so you just cook it about 4 minutes per side.  I cook mine in a cast iron skillet.  When the sausage is almost done, toast the bread and fry the egg white or make a small scrambled egg omelet. This way they are all warm and ready about the same time.  Layer the cooked ingredients on your toasted bread and you are all set!  You could optionally add cheese or any toppings.  We think it’s great just like this.  It took me about a total of 10 minutes to produce something that tastes better than breakfast sandwiches you can get at those fast food places!  🙂

About the Products I Used

Udi’s Gluten Free Bread

We really enjoy Udi’s Gluten Free Bread.  It has the consistency of regular bread and holds up well for just about anything (sandwiches, french toast, making bread crumbs, etc).  You can find it on Amazon if you can’t find it in your local stores. Udi’s Gluten Free White Sandwich Bread (1 Case)

Williams Sausage

I was so thrilled to find this in our local store.  It has only 5 ingredients!!  Pork, Water, Less than 2% of Salt, Spices and MSG.  Now I really try to stay away from MSG as it gives me similar symptoms as getting gluten.  However it’s the last ingredient and in the less than 2% list so I make an exception for this one occasionally.  It’s so hard to find sausage without gluten and without MSG.

Gluten Free Sausage Egg Sandwich

Happy Son with Gluten Free Sausage Egg Sandwich



Krogers no longer as of this posting has the Williams Sausage anymore.  However they do now have Tennessee Pride which is very good and lists their sausage as gluten free on their website!
Here’s what to look for: