Just made these ahead for company tomorrow. I will have to run to the store for more ingredients because my husband & I can't quit eating them! These are the Best sausage balls I've ever had. The celery & onions add just the right crunch & flavor. The bisquit mix is just enough to hold them together, but keep them juicy. Try these, they are excellent.
These are very easy to make and taste so good. Crunchy on the outside but moist inside! They were a hit at my Superbowl party. Thanks Inez for the idea. I also like the idea of celery and onion in the ingredients. It was different from other sausage balls and made them look appealing.
This was a winner at the Christmas family get togther-I made 3 batches! By the 3rd batch I had made a couple of adjustments...mind you these are wonderful as is - the taste vaguely reminds you of stuffing...by the 3rd batch I had to use minced green pepper b/c I ran out of celery, I used a little minced garlic as suggested by some other reviewers, and upped the Bisquick and cheese to 1 C. each. That was my own personal favorite combination. Thanks!
You can't beat this particular recipe. A complete meal rolled up in a little ball! I keep them in the fridge for breakfast because my kids can't get enough of them (they heat well). Hint: aluminum foil makes clean up MUCH easier!!
These are amazing! Not dry, like many other recipes, and very flavorful!
These are sooooooo much better than those dry "Bisquick balls". I can actually taste the sausage! I used 1/2 Jimmy Dean Hot, and 1/2 Maple flavored sausage. Had to omit the celery, had none, but will defineately add it next time.....and there will be a next time. Thank you!
We'll definitely be having these again! We ate them like meatballs, with pasta and red sauce, but I know they'd be just as good all by themselves.
Loved these. Better than the recipe w/ 3 cups Bisquick. I used a cheddar/garlice biscuit mix and even added a little extra garlic. Really good.
I had something like this at a party years ago and found them good and wanted to make them. Well the first recipe I had was similar to the ones other reviewers talked about with more biscuick mix. At that time, I did not understand that I wasn't supposed to precook the sausage so it turned out like cake with sausage in it. Edible, but not so great. Then I found your recipe and now understood that I did not need to precook the sausage. I took Cayenne Girl's advice for a dipping sauce and made mine from cranberry sauce and cream cheese. They turned out great and I loved them just as is, didn't think they ended up needing a dipping sauce although it was tasty. Thanks for posting - these are GOOD!
Absolutely the best sausage balls I've ever had. I use Hot Sausage and yellow onion. For a side dip, I mix rasberry preserves with softened cream cheese. YUMMY!