This breakfast wellington recipe is the simplest way to enjoy your favorite breakfast foods for dinner! Thanks to Jones Dairy Farm for sponsoring this post and giving me the chance to share this delicious recipe.
When my husband and I were dating we didn’t have a ton of money so most of the time we ended up back in one of our apartments (mainly mine) just hanging out, watching TV, or cooking together. And often times we combined two of those and watched cooking shows together and then made dinner together inspired by things we saw on the cooking shows.
Fast forward a couple of years and we still love to watch cooking shows on TV. Now it’s not just the typical cooking shows but more cooking competition shows like Hell’s Kitchen, Top Chef, and The Great Food Truck Race. One of the things I remember most from our many nights watching Hell’s Kitchen was how they almost always had to cook the same meals for dinner – scallops, risotto, and beef wellington, apparently three pretty hard dishes to make. I’ve never actually tried making a beef wellington myself, but I love the idea of meat tucked into a flaky puff pastry crust and thought it would be fun to try.
Instead of making beef wellington, I decided to turn the popular dinner recipe into a breakfast recipe. Flaky puff pastry filled with eggs, Jones Dairy Farm fully cooked breakfast chicken sausage patties (that you can find in the freezer section at your local grocery store!), and cheese. Dip it in maple syrup for a nice sweet touch. It’s perfect for breakfast, brunch, or even better for brinner – breakfast for dinner! Make it for dinner then eat leftovers for breakfast or brunch the next day.
Did you know that February is National Hot Breakfast Month? I feel like breakfast is the worst time of day for me to sit down and eat a hot meal; it always ends up being a quick bowl of cereal or yogurt with some fruit on my way to drop my son off at preschool or a granola bar at a park. If you’re busy in the mornings like me, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy all of the amazing hot breakfast recipes all throughout February and beyond. Eat breakfast for dinner, brinner! I challenge you to join my family eating one of these brinner recipes for dinner at least once a week this month.
New to brinner? Don’t worry, the website has fun interactive quizzes to tell you what kind of brinner eater you are. Mine is quick and easy, which you probably already knew if you’ve made any of my recipes.
Take the quiz here and share your result on social media with the hashtag #JonesBrinner and tag me @playpartyplan so I can see what your brinner style is! And don’t forget to follow @JonesDairyFarm on social media to be kept up to date on the awesome giveaways, Twitter parties, and contests going on all month long!
Breakfast Wellington Recipe
This breakfast wellington recipe is so simple to make. I used Jones Dairy Farm chicken sausage patties along with scrambled eggs and shredded cheddar cheese, all wrapped up in puff pastry. Check here to see where you can find chicken sausage near you (it’ll be in the freezer section).