My husband has been trying to loose weight (he's lost 20 lbs!). One of his weaknesses is sausage biscuits. Well, he hasn't ate one from a fast food place for quite a while. I've been making him sausage biscuits using turkey sausage. I put it on double fiber buns, add an egg fried in Pam, and fat free cheese. He loves them!
This is also the sausage we now use for our gravy and biscuits. . .
It's really good. It must be the spices they use.
I make my biscuits using a biscuit mix (such as Bisquick, Jiffy or Kroger brand). I mix with buttermilk, roll them out and cut them into large biscuits. I use a big cup to cut them out with.
Another secret to good biscuits is baking them on a baking stone. You can see how well used my stone is by it's patina. I love my baking stone!
I use Teays Valley Country Gravy Mix. It's the best! I buy it in a 3-box pak at Sam's. Each box contains 2 pkgs of the mix. Just follow the easy instructions on the box. If you want to make a double batch, just use 2 pouches of the mix.
Chop up and fry your turkey sausage and add it to the cooked gravy mix. This is how much a double batch makes.