Yes but I would thaw the patty first.
I would thaw the pre-cooked frozen sausage.
Yes these patties can be used but thaw first or keep them refrigerated. They work great, larger patties work best.
I've used pre-cooked sausage and bacon, but reheat them in the microwave first before using. This also gives me a chance to soak up the grease with paper towel before putting in the sandwich.
I used a a sausage patty, I'd bought them from the store, earlier that day, so it was cold, but not frozen. Since it's only in there 4-5 mins, I'm not sure that would be quite enough time for the patty to cook all the way through.
Since this is plenty hot enough to cook the egg, I honestly think that a frozen patty would work fine. My suggestion is to give it a try. It's already pre-cooked, so I can't imagine that it wouldn't work.
I would thaw the sausage patty first. After you get yours, you can judge the cooking time with the various meats and eggs. I also would recommend a medium egg, as the large egg takes a bit longer to cook. I tried cooking a slice of cut-up raw bacon, and it didn't work too well, so I always cook (bake) my bacon in the oven on parchment paper. I cook it to almost the crispness point and refridgerate it.
I would thaw the sausage in the microwave while the unit preheats.
Yes but you might have to let it cook longer we used bacon but found it was easier to cook first
Thank you for your question. We recommend using pre-cooked, unfrozen meats in Model 25475.