These vegan oat sausage crumbles are made with steel-cut oats and spices. They fit into most special diets since they are naturally soy-free, nut-free and have no added oil. They are gluten-free if you use gluten-free oats too!
How Can I Make These Gluten-free?
Even though oats don’t contain gluten, they are often contaminated with gluten in the harvesting process. It’s important to buy oats that are labeled gluten-free if you have issues with gluten.
How Do You Make Vegan Oat Sausage Crumbles?
I love sausage spices and each one of my books have a unique vegan sausage recipe. In this one, you mix the cooked oats with the spices, then you spread the mixture out on a parchment-lined baking sheet.
You break it up as it cooks. First it will be very mushy, but eventually it will be dry enough to crumble.
Where Can I Use Vegan Oat Sausage Crumbles?
You can use it on pastas, salads and even to top biscuits and gravy. What you can’t do is put it into a soup, stew, or something with lots of liquid. If you do, the oats will absorb it and return to an oatmeal texture.
The Are Perfect on Pizza!
I like to make a double batch and freeze one so it’s ready to go when I get a pizza craving. I think you should make one this week and I know that I’ll be making one this week. Get the recipe for Julie Hasson’s pizza dough here.
What’s your favorite pizza topping? Let me know in the comments. I love to use my Vegan Kale Stem Pasta Sauce as a pizza sauce. You should give it a try too!
What Variations Can I Make?
Try using chorizo, cajun, or other spice blends to change up the flavor of these crumbles.