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These are amazing! Just like the bisquick sausage balls without the carbs. I will making these a lot more!!!
These are awesome! Great power breakfast. Use lean beef and sausage. Freshly grating your cheddar vs. the pre-shredded take them a notch more. I love to make these and then warm them up for breakfast or a quick snack when I'm on the go. Highly recommend!
I made these sausage balls and I couldn't believe how great they are! I'm so glad to have this recipe because it gives me another option for breakfast or heck you can eat these anytime or any meal really. Thank you for posting it!
Really tasty. Seems I could I Of worked with 2 eggs. Was really soft forming the meatballs. I only made 30.
These are awesome! So simple, yet so flavorful! My husband hates sausage and refuses to eat it. For us, I used two pounds organic hamburg and one pound sausage. He loved them - quite possibly because he didn't know there was sausage in them. These will also be great in my spaghetti sauce that I put over spaghetti squash. I am SO glad this recipe makes so much - they surely will not go to waste! Mercy, thank you so much!
I used turkey sausage and ground turkey and they were great.
These are so good! I used an ice cream scoop to measure the meatballs so they were uniform in size. I poked them with a meat thermometer after 25 minutes. They registered 170 degrees, but I baked them for 2 more minutes just to brown them a little more. My husband and I both thought they were very tasty!
These are great and perfect for make ahead breakfasts! I make a batch, and then throw them into freezer bags to dole out through the week.
Very tasty! I used turkey sausage instead of pork, and since I didn't have onion flakes I used onion powder. I also put in a little Tony Chachere's Original Creole Seasoning. My husband said they were "darned good." (OK he used another word, but...) I think these would be a good addition to spaghetti sauce as well. I never seem to be able to make a really good tasting meatball, but these turned out fab. I also want to try Chef #1065437's very clever suggestion of adding spinach.
Perfect idea for low carb breakfast or snack. Used one additional egg, and following other suggestions added garlic, cooked spinach (well-drained), and ground flax. So glad to find a delicious addtition to add to rotation of chile relleno muffins and flax cereal for breakfast at work. Thanks!!