I’ve been using the Campbell’s Breakfast Box regularly over the last few weeks. It’s been a really great inspiration for me. During the week of pancake day I made herby haggis sausage pancakes. They were delectable. This week I was really, really craving them. So, guess what I made.

You can use any sausages that you have hanging around but I found that these herby haggis sausages worked perfectly. With the vegetables, you could use whatever you find in your fridge. I used mushrooms and peppers because they were on offer. You could also use vegetarian sausages.

Herby Haggis Sausage Pancakes

Put in your trolley

100g plain flour

1 large egg

300ml Soy milk

Low Cal cooking spray 

300g Campbells Herby Haggis Sausages 

400g of courgettes 

100g of mushrooms 

100g Chopped tomatoes with garlic/chilli/basil 

2 birdseye chillis

1tbsp Jerk Seasoning 

Step One

Take off the sausage casing and roughly chop. Fry in a saucepan with the mushrooms. Once browned/soft add the chopped tomatoes and chilli. Keep on a low heat and although to cook through. Add in a tbsp of jerk seasoning to add extra seasoning. I cooked mine until it was quite thick, but I’ll leave the consistency up to you.

Step Two

Sift the flour and add the salt. Put in a nutri-bullet/blender and add the egg and milk. Heat the low cal spray in a frying pan, pour the batter into the pan until it thinly coats the base. Cook over a medium heat for 30 seconds to a minute. Then flip! I made two and then popped the mixture on top but make as many as you like. Oh, and remember, keep a few for sweet pancakes.

Step Three

Once cooked – fill the pancakes with the mixture and devour. Sprinkle on feta if you so wish.

Numbers (If you’re bothered.)

These ended up being super healthy. If you still to the above it comes to under 400 cals and will keep you full till the evening. Nothing worse than getting up at 2am to munch on Malteasers. You could also add lots more vegetables; sweetcorn, peppers, peas. Think of this as a great way to use up things in your vegetable draw.

Recommended Reading

I’m going to suggest The Fire Within by Chris D’Lacey. I love this book so much and I’ve found recently reading books that bring back childhood memories really help to get rid of reading blocks. You can see my review of The Fire Within here. 

Herby Haggis Sausage Pancakes

Herby Haggis Sausage Pancakes

Recently I’ve thought about ordering meat online from a local butcher. It’s something I’ve wanted to do but it tends to be too pricey. With T being a vegetarian, I have to make sure I can store/use it. Recently I saw an offer on Campbells Prime Meat Breakfast box with Woucher. I decided to give it a go.

Although I ordered off the Wowcher website I did have a nosy of the Campbells website. It’s super easy to use. The types of meat are listed across the top with relevant products underneath. Plus they also sell cheese/pate/marinades and sauces too.

I did also spot that delivery is free over £50 and any UK Main orders placed before 12 noon M-Th is delivered by 6pm the next day! (Excluding fresh fish.)

Bacon from Campbells Breakfast Meat Box

Delivery

Cause I ordered from Wowcher the delivery was slightly different. I clicked order on Friday morning and it arrived Saturday 9am (which was spot on.)

It was packed brilliantly. Popped in a polystyrene box with a freezer pack inside (which I’ve kept.) The packs of sausages were huge, and looked delicious. I hadn’t tried Lorne Sausage before or cooked with haggis so was pretty excited/nervous.

What arrived

The Breakfast Meat Box Includes:

  • Campbells Black Pudding – 1 x 454g
  • Campbells Haggis – 1 x 454g
  • Lorne Sausage Sliced – 1 x 454g – approx 7 sausages
  • Cumberland Ring Sausage – 1 x 227g
  • Pork, Haggis & Herb Sausage – 1 x 454g – approx 6 sausages
  • Pork Sausages – 1 x 454g – approx 8 sausages
  • Unsmoked Back Bacon Sliced – 1 x 454g – approx 12 rashers

Campbells have included a variety of breakfast essentials within this pack so that you can enjoy your morning with these delicious products. PERFECT.

What did I think?

Everything I’ve tried has been incredible. The haggis and pork sausages had even T salivating. They smelt/tasted incredible and were very herby. The bacon was delicious and juicy. I’ve demolished half the pack from breakfasts alone. I even used the haggis for a ragu style dinner with mash (photo below.) Plus the packs were huge. The Lorne sausages have lasted me forever and have made this pack very purse friendly. I can’t wait to order another to be honest. I haven’t used all the meats for breakfast alone and although it’s marketed as a Breakfast Box it’s really versatile. Oh, and I made this incredible cheats courgetti carbonara. Recipe coming soon!

Recipe

I’m going to share a hella load of recipes that I’ve made with the box but I wanted to share a short one today.

Put in your trolley

100g plain flour

1 large egg

300ml Soy milk

Low Cal cooking spray 

100g of Campbells Bacon 

1 birdseye chillis

20g low fat cream cheese 

6(ish)g Encona West Indian Original Hot Pepper Sauce

Step One

Sift the flour and add the salt. Put in a nutri-bullet/blender and add the egg and milk. Heat the low cal spray in a frying pan, pour the batter into the pan until it thinly coats the base. Cook over a medium heat for 30 seconds to a minute. Then flip! Create more.

Step Two

Whilst managing cooking and flipping the pancake take the bacon and fry gently over a medium heat. Once just cooked at the cream cheese and hot sauce. Coat and gently cook together. Chop up the chili’s and throw in. Cook for a minute.

Step Three

Once cooked – fill the pancakes with the mixture and devour. Serve with something green. I didn’t because I was a little quick to eat the pancakes. (See picture below.)

Would I recommend Campbells?

Yes, yes, yes. I already have my eyes on another of their boxes. Maybe the lean meat? Maybe the slow cooker box? The quality was brilliant, the price was perfect and the delivery was spot on. But, most importantly the taste was on point. Brilliant quality and enough of a quantity I can’t recommend this box enough.

Pancakes and Bacon from Campbells Breakfast Meat Box