Dec 13, 2016

Oil-free Vegan Breakfast Sausage Patties (made with Soy Curls!)


vegan breakfast sausage

Hold onto your tastebuds because these babies are the real deal when it comes to sausagy flavor AND texture. Yep. Soy Curls once again steal front and center stage. Do try them! They’re amazing. Easily available on Amazon or via my kitchen store here.

I don’t know about you, but I was raised on the Standard American Diet (SAD), laden with cholesterol-rich animal products. It’s been five years since I began my plant-based journey, so that’s… 55 years of eating SAD food! And, yes, I admit it. Sometimes I miss (just a little bit) the flavor and texture of those old habits enemies favorites. So sometimes I try to recreate my old favorites using healthy ingredients. Like this one. Ta-da!

I made these for my dear friends who are part of our vegan supper club… for brunch. They were a big hit and now I happily share the recipe with you. Yay! This yields 20 patties; yes for a crowd. Feel free to cut it in half. These patties would make a perfect addition to any vegan brunch table, holiday or not. Don’t let the long list of ingredients scare you. It’s mostly spices. Yeah, it’s all about the spices. Enjoy!

Healthy trails,






before baking

before baking




14 responses to “Oil-free Vegan Breakfast Sausage Patties (made with Soy Curls!)”

  1. Elissa says:

    So, if I don’t want to use nuts, do you think the texture would be all right with an extra can of beans?

    • helynskitchen says:

      Hi Elissa, I’m sorry but I have no idea if that would work. The nuts add a specific texture to the patties. I haven’t tried making them without.

  2. Tammie says:

    I can’t wait to try these! My husband is always wanting me to make sausage muffins for on the go breakfast form him. But I have a question…Which Spike salt free seasoning did you use? There are dozens of them.

  3. Elisabeth says:

    Is that a tofu scramble with them in the picture?

  4. Paula says:

    Hi Helyn! How long do you soak the soy Curls for? Really excited to try this receipe!

  5. Paula says:

    Thank you! Happy New Year!

  6. Toffany says:

    Is there a different flour that would work? Say maybe a coconut flour or almond flour?

    • helynskitchen says:

      The tapioca flour is simply for more binding. Instead you could use some extra flax meal or ground chia seeds. Or psyllium husk if you have any of that on hand. Enjoy!

  7. Kim says:


    Can you freeze these?

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