Silly Sausage Recipe - Mini Toad-in-the-Hole

Silly Sausage Recipe - Mini Toad-in-the-Hole

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There's so many simple ways you can serve our Silly Sausages to help introduce more veg & lower the meat consumption at family mealtimes! Good for your health and better for the environment! With 29% high quality pork along with pea protein and pea fibre, little ones will never know just how much veg they're eating! Sulphate and nitrate free - Silly Sausages contain no nasties at all whilst tasting absolutely delicious! With less than one quarter of the salt of normal sausages, they are a great choice for the whole family. Our Silly Sausage recipe - Mini Toad-in-the-Hole is a fab healthier take on a firm family favourite will have the whole family reaching for the gravy!



Ingredients (Serves 4 child portions, leftovers can be frozen individually!)


🛒 4 Nana Manners Silly Sausages (star or triangle shape work well, both available at Tescos )

🛒 70g plain flour

🛒 1 free-range egg

🛒 100ml milk (or your choice)

🛒 2 tbsps olive oil

✅ How to cook -

⭐️ To make your batter, sieve your flour into a medium sized bowl.

⭐️ Make a well in the middle and crack in your egg.

⭐️ Whisk the egg slowly into the flour and then pour in the milk while you whisk so that you have a lump-free batter (if the batter is too thick then add a little water).

⭐️ Cover the batter and rest in the fridge for one hour.

When ready, preheat your oven to 180C Fan.

⭐️ Put a Yorkshire pudding roasting tray into the preheated oven and once really hot, add the olive oil and the sausages.

⭐️ Whisk the rested batter and pour it into the hot tin around the sausages.

⭐️ Return to the oven and cook for a further 15 minutes, or until the batter is risen and golden-brown all over, enjoy!





silly sausage recipe mini toad-in-the-hole

You can multiply quantities to feed the whole family and have some left to freeze!

We'd love to hear your Silly Sausage recipes too - do share them with us! #sillysausagerecipes

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