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Hi, I have made these for over 30 years for holidays but they were on the J.Dean sausage package as Sausage Balls.It's nice to know where the recipe came from. Thanks for posting.
I've been looking for this recipe for a while. My friends would tell me verbally, but I never had a chance to write it down. Thanks for posting it!
I just made these with a copycat Bisquick recipe--no problem and less expensive than buying the real thing. Because of where I live, I also had to mix my own sausage, and I used Italian sausage spices. I got 30 good -sized balls. You wouldn't want more than one or two per person as part of an appetizer table. They cooked in 30 minutes on parchement paper, which really helped with cleanup. I also had to to use Swiss as there is no Cheddar here, but I don't think that made any difference. Really fast and easy, especially if you do it all with your hands. They didn't spread much while cooking, stayed blob-like, so I would put more on a tray next time to make it even faster. I know this will be a cheap, fast and tasty cocktail party recipe, which is exactly what I was testing it for. This batch will go towards breakfasts, snacks and instead of sandwiches for lunch. A good find here that I got completely at random.
Very good! We recently joined the SCA (www.sca.org for more info) and I had heard about fighter biscuits. When I found your recipe on Zaar I had to try them for our monthly Shire potluck. These are great and easy. I'll bet they would make a great breakfast. Thanks for posting.
Hey, these are great! I questioned the carbs--didn't think it could be that low, but they are a great quick breakfast grab. Guess I didn't measure 1 1/4 inch, cause I got way less, but they were done in 20 minutes, so we'll sure do them again! What is SCA, though? I get the fighter part.