We use cookies to understand and save user’s preferences for future visits and compile aggregate data about site traffic and site interactions in order to offer better site experiences and tools in the future. The first key to picking your healthy-enough breakfast meat is knowing where it comes from and what’s in it. Most other "mild" breakfast sausages not only lack spiciness, but they lack flavor entirely. Traditionally made from pork, breakfast sausage links can be found everywhere from a traditional English breakfast to chafing dishes at hotel buffets. Reviewers are saying that this sausage tastes just as good as regular chorizo, is a much healthier option than regular meat, and is perfect for all sorts of Latin creations, or even breakfast. We shopped around and found 11 varieties of breakfast sausage at local supermarkets , and put them all -- pork, chicken, turkey, and vegetarian alike -- to the test. Or, make some homemade sausage. However, we were surprised by the flavor present in Johnsonville's Original Recipe Breakfast Sausage—the spices added to these sausages are the right blend and proportion to enhance the lip smacking goodness of pork meat without either taking over the taste or being completely hidden. If you enjoy meat with your breakfast but don't want all the fat, calories and salt, consider ham or poultry breakfast meats.