9 Reviews

If you grew up in the south and are used to dense Bisquick sausages balls - this is NOT the right recipe. These are biscuits with some sausage and cheese tossed in.

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Ardra L. May 02, 2015

These were awesome! I sauteed mushrooms and added those to the dough as well. I also used 2 kinds of cheese -- cheddar and spicy pepper jack -- but I used less than 1 pound. I mixed my Bisquick with milk instead of water. And I made bigger balls -- more like biscuit sized. They were a big hit and everyone loved them. Great recipe.

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Midwest-meets-West-Coast! July 05, 2010

I consider myself a decent cook - and these turned out terrible! I think I made them too big - but they flattened like little biscuits and didn't have a lot of flavor. I used my silver sheet pans - and they took at least twice as long to cook. I am going to try again today - and I think I will try to amp up the taste a little with less bisquick, some herbs, some heat, milk instead of water. These had too much biscuit dough for me.

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wendijosmiles February 02, 2014

Made as described, then needed something for office gathering which was a "healthier" version. Replaced Bisquick with their HeartSmart Bisquick; sausage was replaced with turkey sausage (added a dash of sage, ground black pepper, and pinch of salt while browning the sausage); and, cheese was replaced with a low-fat version. Next time, will not use low-fat cheese; took too much fat away and they were a tad dry. This is a great recipe - and perfect for young cooks (so long as supervised)! They have fun putting together and baking - more fun eating!!

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Chef Kayce January 31, 2014

These little bites were simple and delicious. Rather than spend the time rolling the balls, I spooned the dough into mini-muffin pans, which worked out perfectly. I used Jimmy Dean Maple Sausage in mine, which gave them a little different, but nice flavor. And they were good the next morning for breakfast with a quick warm-up in the microwave.

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scfl76 January 04, 2012

A household favorite!

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HIppopotamus85 February 07, 2010

These were simple to make and freeze well. I didn't have cheddar cheese, used hot pepper cheese instead. The first batch disappeared quickly! Thanks for the recipe.

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Paka December 07, 2009

I made these for my DH to munch on during the Thanksgiving football games. He loved 'em! I used the turkey sausage and light shredded cheese for the healthier version. Thanks for sharing!

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megs_ November 26, 2009

Gosh, I've been seeing these at parties since the 70's, and never made - or ate - them myself. If I'd only known how easy and tasty they were! I added in some chopped fresh chives, but followed the recipe as written otherwise. I tossed a few dozen into the freezer, they make a nice emergency app. Thanks, KaDo!

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Chef Edlear November 12, 2008
Bisquick Sausage Balls