Sausage Gravy

Another Sunday morning, another take on my favorite weekend breakfast 😉 I tried out a package of Harmony Valley Sausage Mix in the gravy – and it worked perfectly. It, hot gravy and a baking sheet of hot biscuits? Sunday morning bliss.

Easy to make and a delicious hearty flavor! The gravy I made this time with low-fat dairy milk but any unsweetened milk can be used so that the gravy is vegan.

Want more info on Harmony Valley? Check out their website!

Sausage Gravy


•    2 Tbsp canola oil
•    1 large onion, peeled and diced
•   1 package vegan sausage mix (Vegetarian Sausage Mix)
•    1 Tbsp diced garlic
•    1 tsp dried rubbed sage
•    1 tsp ground black pepper
•    1 tsp dried parsley
•    ½ tsp paprika
•    ¼ cup all-purpose flour
•    3 cups low-fat milk (dairy or unsweetened non-dairy)
•    2 tsp lower sodium soy sauce
Prepare the sausage mix according to the directions (add 1¼ cups cold water to the dry mix in a bowl, stir well and then let chill for at least 15 minutes).

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat, add the onions and cook until tender. Add the sausage mix and cook until golden, stirring often, breaking up the sausage into small chunks. Sprinkle on the seasonings and the flour, work in and let cook for a couple of minutes.
Slowly add in the milk, turn down to medium-low, stirring as it thickens.
Stir in the soy sauce and add more of it and more black pepper if desired.
Serve over hot biscuits.
Serves 4.



  1. This looks awesome. I have a recipe I make like this one – I’m going to have to try your version. Yum! Your blog is great!

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