Sausage Gravy Over Biscuits

Janelle from Comfy in the Kitchen is guest posting today and is sharing her Sausage Gravy over Biscuits recipe! Yummmmy!!!

Biscuits, sausage, milk, flour, salt and pepper

Brown sausage on med-high heat, when it is cooked through add flour and turn heat down to low

The flour makes a paste on top of the sausage

Add milk and turn up heat to med-high again

Add salt and pepper and stir constantly until it thickens

Biscuits are ready!

Here you have it! MMMmmmm

Sausage Gravy over Biscuits

1 lb Bob Evan’s Sausage (bulk roll)

1 (8 count) container of Grand’s Buttermilk Biscuits

1/3 cup flour

3 cups milk

1 tsp salt

1 tsp pepper

*Bake biscuits according to package instructions- while they are in the oven do the following:

1. Cook sausage in a skillet on med-high heat and crumble into small pieces with a spatula.

2. When sausage is cooked through, turn down heat to low- add flour and stir to make a paste on sausage

3. Add milk, salt and pepper and stir.

4. Turn heat back to med-high while stirring constantly while it thickens

(about 5 mins)

P.S. Because I use “skim milk”..this recipe has no effect on my waistline (LOL)

Thank you, Janelle!

Walk with the King!

*Janelle is a woman who is dependent upon Jesus, a mom, a Licensed Professional Counselor, and an advocate for meal ministry. You can find her displaying step-by-step photos of her recipes, giving devotionals, and sharing meal ministry stories on her blog. You can follow Janelle’s blog at


  1. I have always been intimidated by gravy. (My granny's is the BEST!) If I ever make it at home, which is rare, I use a packet. I'm so excited to try this!! Thanks for the recipe & for making it look easy. 🙂 Merry Christmas!

  2. PLEASE don't think I'm being disrespectful in anyway. I'm honestly not. But I've started reading the Bible from beginning to end and was surprised to read that God told His people to not eat pigs (they were unclean He said). So now I'm thinking I shouldn't eat pork products. But I know many Christians do and I've never heard it an issue- except among Jewish people. Is there a verse later on in the Bible that says it is okay? (I'm only in 2 Kings right now). This is still very new to me. Was wondering if you could help???

  3. Anonymous,

    The Levitical law was written for the people of Israel for multiple reasons. One, they did not have the research we have today to know which animals were "clean" and "unclean" or dangerous for their health to eat. God was protecting his people from diseases that would come from eating certain animals.

    Also, the law points to the cross. The Israelites had to slaughter sheep, goats, bulls, rams etc. to foreshadow the need for the blood of the lamb – that is our Savior Jesus.

    When Jesus died on the cross he fulfilled the law (Matt.5:17,18). And now we are under grace. So nothing in the law today needs to be followed (which is why we do not follow all the other Levitical laws such as sacrificing animals). Jesus fulfilled the law…we are saved by faith by his grace (Eph.2)

    Pork is okay to eat :-)! So enjoy!

  4. Could Not of said it better Courtney and Anonymous thanks for asking many wonder the same thing!!

    Thanks for your ministry Courtney and we love both you and Janelle:))

  5. Thanks for the great breakfast ideas … they all look sooo good! We often serve a brunch the morning after Christmas, and always fun to try some new things.

  6. Wow, it's so great to get a clear answer on that. There are some things you just don't really think about. Thanks Courtney. And thank you too for sharing the recipes! Yummy!!

  7. Great response and great question. This verse helps too: Acts 10:14 and 15

    14 “No, Lord,” Peter declared. “I have never eaten anything that our Jewish laws have declared impure and unclean.[b]”

    15 But the voice spoke again: “Do not call something unclean if God has made it clean.”

    I have another easy recipe for Christmas morning – make it the night before and put it in the oven when you wake up!

  8. I will say that I have tried both of these great recipe from Janelle and they are yummy!!! I have always been scared of gravy but now I feel like a pro!!! Janelle makes it easy!!! Thanks for sharing Courtney!!!! Have a Merry Christmas!!!

  9. Yummy!! The table setting is beautiful too. I usually use a packet for gravy as well and can't wait to try this one out. Thank you Janelle for your comfy in the kitchen ministry. It is such a blessing!

    Thank you Courtney!! Have a Merry CHRISTmas!

    God Bless you and your family!

  10. Ok, all this Christmas breakfast talk is making me want to cook something special up along with our simplistic pancake breakfast! LOL I like the idea of cinnamon rolls, at least! 🙂

  11. Janelle,

    If I need to join Weight Watchers in January I am going to blame you!LOL!!!

    And Courtney I loved your answer to anonymous! Today we can buy humanely butchered, all natural which means good feed and living conditions–pigs! Check out your local organic meat farmers.
    Merry Christmas to all:-)

  12. I try to make sausage and gravy for my husband as often as possible – he loves it!! I want the egg casserole and the breakfast quiche recipes!!

    To Anonymous – Christ came to fulfill the law. With his coming, we were no longer bound by the laws of the old testament. Courtney said it better, though ; )

  13. Wow..God amazes me in so many ways every day…introducing a simple recipe allowed a question to manifold and the truth to be told! I loved your question Anonymous and Courtney, I loved the truth you spoke! Thank you all for the kind words..I pray that your Christmas morning will be filled with the Love of the Lord most of all. Suzanne, bless your aren't the first to tell me that. Starting in January I may surprise you 🙂 I will show more of my diversity. Merry Christmas everyone! Love, Janelle

  14. Super mom – if you want the recipes for the quiche and casserole just click on the blue link title and it will take you to the post with the recipe :-)!

    And Janelle – I can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve in the new year!!!

    You rock! 🙂

  15. Oh my, that gravy looks delish! We do sausage balls on Christmas morning because our family dinner is always the big one (ham, sweet potato casserole, etc, etc), but I will definitely try this another time!

  16. I can smell that biscuits and gravy from here. Delicious, and thanks so much for the response to Anonymous's question. I would not have know how to answer that as I haven't studied the Bible in that much depth. Hmmmm, maybe should put that on my bucket list this year 🙂 ~ Blessings, Janet

  17. Just wanted to chime in to say that I tried the quiche and it is AMAZING!!! My mom was even here babysitting the day after I made it and had two slices as leftovers and love it.

  18. Courtney is theologically correct! And very well said.

    Although we no longer live under the law, it is my feeling that those things God put in writing about diet are for our own good as far as our health is concerned, so my family tries to avoid them as much as possible.

    We feel that we will be healthier if we abstain from pork, bottom feeders, etc. (That is not to say we don't indulge periodically.)

    However, not everyone is convicted this way, and that is okay.

    Turkey sausage is available as a substitute for those who choose not to use pork.

  19. Kim, thank glad you liked the quiche!!! Kris, just made some amazing chili with turkey Italian sausage! MMMmm! Loved it!

  20. I don't know which one of those breakfast dishes looks best! They ALL look GREAT!

    Just wanted to let you know that I am starting a new weekly linky party on Jan 7th called Fun w/ Food Friday. If you have time, I would LOVE for you to come link up some of your delicious recipes!

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