Homemade Slow Carb Sausage Patties

I haven’t been able to find any commercially available breakfast sausages in Australia that are Slow Carb friendly, so today I decided to make my own.  It was quick, easy, and I like that I know exactly what when in them, which isn’t always the case when you go store-bought.

I used ground pork mince for these sausages, but feel free to use turkey, chicken  or beef as well.  You can also cook up a big batch of these to either freeze or refrigerate and reheat as needed throughout the week.

Slow Carb Sausage Recipe
Slow Carb Pork Sausage Patties


  • 1 lb ground pork
  • 1 ½ t salt
  • ½ t white pepper
  • ½ t garlic powder
  • ½ t cayenne pepper
  • ½ t fennel seeds
  • Sprinkle of dried red chilli flakes (if you like them spicier)


  1. Thoroughly mix all spices into the meat
  2. Form into patties
  3. Brown patties in a skillet over medium heat.

Note: If your meat is pretty lean, you may want to add a bit of oil to the pan first.

2 Replies to “Homemade Slow Carb Sausage Patties”

    1. The pork has to be raw in order for the patties to form and stick together, and then you cook them when it’s all mixed. Just like making burgers.


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