First Fresh Chicken Sausage | Chicken Sausage & Cheese Waffles + Deep Dish Chicken Sausage Pizza

The other day,my daughter wanted breakfast for dinner, as she eyed the First Fresh Chicken Sausage that just had arrived at our doorstep. I see you Sage! She loves making waffles with the waffle maker, so that’s what she wanted. Then I thought, why not kick these waffles up a few notches! Let’s add some of this great looking Chicken Sausage Breakfast Links to the waffles. Hey, while we’re getting fancy, let’s throw in some cheddar cheese too!! Oh yea. This is gonna be a winner!!


So this recipe is super easy and fast to make! Just prepare your favorite waffle mix according to directions on the box. I used Hungry Jack. Then prepare 4 chicken sausage breakfast links according to package. I cooked mines in a non-stick pan. After it’s cooked just chop it up and throw in the bowl with the waffle mix. Then add 1 cup of cheddar cheese. More if you’re feeling real cheesy! Mix it all up. Then use your waffle maker to make the waffles! Easy! I put some fresh strawberries and maple syrup on top and devoured it! Yummy!

Chicken Sausage & Cheese Waffles

2 cups Hungry Jack Waffle Mix

1 1/2 cup water

4 First Fresh Chicken Sausage Breakfast Links, cooked and chopped

1 cup cheddar cheese

Combine all ingredients in bowl. Cook in waffle maker. 


This chicken sausage is so good! The awesome thing about it is that they use locally grown farm fresh ingredients to make them!  They are also gluten free! BONUS!! When cooking with these sausages, the options are endless! Try adding it to your meatloaf like Randy at Atlanta Food Critic did with his Chicken Sausage Meatloaf. Looks good Randy!! Or how about using these delicious Chicken Sausages in a Toad in a Hole! Heads over to We Like To Cook and Denise has you covered as she gives you the lowdown on how to make this traditional British dish. 

OR! Use it in your deep dish pizza!!! Yes! The Mild Italian Chicken Sausage is the perfect topping for pizza! I simply cooked the sausage in the oven until done and then sliced it. After preparing the crust, I began to build my pizza! 

Pizza Sauce

Sliced Mild Italian Chicken Sausage

Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Fresh Chopped Spinach

Fresh Sliced Mushrooms

Shredded Mozzarella Cheese

Turkey Pepperoni

More Mild Italian Chicken Sausage!

Yes Please!!

First Fresh Chicken Sausage can be found in Publix stores throughout Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC.

Check out recipes from some of my blogger friends at the Atlanta Food Bloggers’ Society!!

Happily Edible After

Herbed Whole Grain Biscuits with First Fresh Chicken Sausage, Jalapeno Pimento Cheese, and Arugula  

Front Porch Gourmet

Cojita Lime Omelets with Chicken Sausage & Balsamic Tomato Hash 

The Sophisticated Caveman

Chicken Sausage and Fennel Soup 
The Cardigan Kitchen

Ricotta Gnocchi with Pesto and Chicken Sausage

Atlanta Food Critic

 First Fresh Foods Chicken Sausage Tacos  
We Like 2 Cook

First Fresh Toads In The Hole  

*I was provided with First Fresh Chicken Sausage for review purposes. As always all opinions are my own.


9 thoughts on “First Fresh Chicken Sausage | Chicken Sausage & Cheese Waffles + Deep Dish Chicken Sausage Pizza

  1. Oh. My. Gosh! I need this! I can’t eat peek only because it gives me wicked migraines but this, I could totally do this. Yum, thanks for sharing!

  2. Holy Cow – it sounds so easy and I don’t know how I have never considered making that before! I am imagining all sorts of adaptions too – like bacon & cheese – now I am craving breakfast! If I have all this stuff in the kitchen I will totally make it for breakfast in the morning!

  3. Dang girl! I want me some! We need to plan a “feed Linda” pow wow so YOU can cook me some up! And now… I’m HUNGRY! All I have handy are some muffins. Thanks. This hurts.

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