Recipe by Montana Heart Song
This is from a Hutterite Cookbook, centuries old recipe. The Hutterites are one of three surviving Anabaptist groups, The other two are Mennonites and Amish. The Hutterites are different because they believe in communal living and communal ownership. There are many colonies in Montana, South Dakota and Canada. They believe in having modern farming and ranching equipment. I have added the modern non stick spray Pam
Top Review by ShoeboxLife
This was really wonderful with our Easter breakfast! I made only one change to the ingredients, based on what I had on hand. I subbed buttermilk for the regular milk and it was like eating a buttermilk biscuit with sausage! I did cut my sausages into smaller pieces, about 1/2", but that wasn't really a change. Baked in an 11" x 8" casserole dish and served with butter and maple syrup. DEEELISH and filling! This is COMFORT food. Went perfectly with our fruit salad and scram eggs. Thanks so much for posting. Will make this again, for certain! (I bet it would also be tasty with some fresh blueberries thrown in and served with blueberry syrup...maybe next time!)
- 12 -16 links sausages
- 1⁄4 cup butter or 1⁄4 cup margarine
- 4 eggs
- 2 1⁄2 tablespoons sugar
- 1 1⁄4 cups milk
- 2 3⁄4 cups flour
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon salt
- Pam cooking spray
- maple syrup
- toasted crushed graham cracker
- dollop sour cream
- chokecherry syrup
Directions See How It's Made
- Preheat oven to 350*.
- In medium sauce pan, fry sausages until they are browned.
- Drain the grease.
- Cut in 1 inch or 2 inch pieces, set aside.
- Cream butter, sugar, eggs and milk in a medium bowl.
- In a separate bowl blend flour, baking powder and salt. Mix well.
- Add to creamed mixture.
- Spray Pam in square 10 inch baking pan.
- Pour half of the batter in the pan.
- Place sausage pieces evenly over the batter.
- Pour remaining batter over the sausages.
- Bake 30-40 minutes.
- Cut in squares and serve hot.
- Serve with toppings if desired.
- Toppings are adapted to this recipe from my German heritage.