You get dinner for six. Well ok you get the sausage in our gravy for dinner. We had sausage gravy over biscuits for dinner. This was easily under five dollars to feed us all. I don't have the cost break down as I used left over frozen sausage I had in the freeze. And I tried a new big biscuit recipe which you can find here. These were very good but huge. One goes a long way. I cheat and just use my cookie cutter and cut them into squares instead of rounds this way I handle the dough less. These turned out to be about 1.5 - 2 inches high they started at an inch high. I highly suggest you at least try them. I did make a few changes, I used butter instead of shortening. And I used 1/2 whole wheat flour and 1/2 unbleached AP flour (I have this premixed at in my flour container on the counter so everything is made with 1/2 WW flour). Other than that it's all the same.
Excuse my cookie sheet it's a cheapie from the dollar store it does the job.
Then I just made a basic sausage gravy with sage, and peppers and onions since that was mixed in with my pre cooked sausage. It's simple cook your meat, once it's cooked if you have a lot of fat drain some off but you want some to use to make the rue. (is that the right spelling?) cook that a little bit and then add some milk and your spices. Let thicken and serve over yummy biscuits.
Now just add I nice side of fruit salad or some other nice fresh fruit or veggies and you have a great meal in our house. It's a great way to feed a lot of people with a little bit of meat. What is your favorite breakfast for dinner item?