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Ie made this with my wife twice now the first time was for a party and sorry thy were greasy blobs that people would try then put down. Too big and WAY to greasy. Second time we made changes 3 batches of 4 each , adding syrups to the sausage salt and pepper and spices. This time they were baked. YUMTASTIC ! once the issue of overly engorging the with oil is stopped it becomes a flavor full meal 2 per person . As an appetizer or party food I would cut them into halves and try serving this way. But do skip deep frying sausage has more than enough all on its own.
I use turkey sausage and bake these for a healthier option. We make these with all those boiled Easter Eggs that you have no desire to eat in the quantity that you have. It is the best use for them I have ever found.
I haven't tried the recipe but I put it in the recipe builder for ww with turkey sausage and baking and it's only 8 pts
These are incredibly rich! Each one is a meal in itself. It took me quite a while to make these (maybe I'm slow) but well worth it. Thanks for posting!
I am so geeked out to try making these, I used to work at a Ren Faire and would get these all the time. At least there I was walking around enough to work them off!
This was a bit to HEAVY for me. Next time I will follow advice of other raters and use turkey sausage and bake. Good recipe though. My kids loved.
I saw this and thought... YUMMY!! Being a Weight Watcher, I quickly totaled the points as my mouth salivated. I immediately went into mourning when I saw that ONE egg is 22 points. Just sharing the sad news to all you who watch their weight (and points). P.S. I still think they look YUMMY!!
I can't WAIT to surprise DH with these! They are his favorite part of our annual RenFaire visits. I may try making them with veggie sausage substitute sometime, too, sine then they could be a 'less-rare' treat! Thanks so much for sharing!!!