Easy Biscuits & Gravy


Comfort food at it’s finest.  If you are looking for a more fancy recipe, please look elsewhere because this is a no-frills recipe that I just whip together and I honestly don’t have measurements.  However, for those that like to cook by taste and looks, I thought I’d post this for your information and enjoyment.

**WARNING:  Again, I am just giving you another heads-up that this post does not have precise measurements.


  • Ground pork (*Note: or you can use frozen ground sausage, or even regular sausage – in which case, you can cut the “case” and empty out the sausage contents into the pan)
  • Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder
  • butter (I personally like salted butter, and use about 1/8-1/4 cup)
  • approximately 1/4 cup – 1/2 cup of all purpose flour
  • approximately 3 cups milk
  • biscuits (for this quick recipe, I just used the Pillsbury Biscuit Dough you can find in the refrigerated section at the grocery store – of course, you can always make your own homemade biscuits – I’ll post a recipe for that later)


  • Preheat the oven and bake the biscuits according to directions on package.
  • Brown sausage in pan and sprinkle with salt, pepper, and garlic powder to your liking/taste.
  • Once sausage is browned, add the butter into the pan with the sausage, and coat the sausage with the melted butter.
  • Once sausage is coated with the butter, add the flour and mix.  The sausage mixture should be thoroughly coated with the flour.
  • Next, add the milk.  Mix to ensure sausage mixture and milk is combined well.  Simmer for  approximately 2-3 minutes while stirring constantly.
  • ****NOTE:  My husband and I personally like our sausage gravy thicker, but if you like your gravy less thick, and your gravy is looking too thick, simply add more milk a little at a time until it gets to your preference.  Keep in mind that once the gravy cools, it will thicken a bit.
  • Once the biscuits are out of the oven, everything’s ready!  Just make yourself a plate and pour the sausage gravy over your biscuits 🙂

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