Sausage Balls

"Good Sunday Football fare! Watch em disappear! Got this one from a community cookbook."
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Ready In:
30 sausage balls




  • Let sausage come to room temperature. (this is very important or mixute will be too dry).
  • Mix all ingredients together well using your hands and shape into small balls.
  • Bake 20 to 25 minutes at 375 or until lightly browned.
  • Yield 30.

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  1. newspapergal
    I've been making these for years, and my mom did before me. They freeze really well too. Sometimes I add a dash of garlic, chopped onion or red pepper to the mixture -- and it's easiest to mix if you just dig your hands in there. yum -- I'll be making some soon for the holidays!
  2. DDW7976
    People LOVE these. I think they are fine but everyone gobbles them up and raves so all I can do is continue making them. I love that they can be made the day ahead - reheated. Great hot, warm, room temp, cold - doesn't matter so they are very versatile. I doubled the recipe but only used 1 3/4 cup bisquick mix and ended up putting a small splash of milk in to get my mixture to finally all stick. They bake up quick and easy! Do note that they do "puff up" and grow while baking so you don't to size them accordingly before baking. I like mine to be about 2 bites worth. Thanks for sharing Little Bee!
  3. annbb
    My friend made these and they are fantastic! She said they were very easy to do and I know everyone loved them - there wasn't one left!
  4. xjust3
    Dry, dry, dry. I don't know what else to say. After finding the first batch dry and added more cheese to the second batch and nothing. The third, I tried adding cream cheese and still dry. After that I just gave up.
  5. rnmommy02
    The preparation and cooking was easy but the end product was dry. I made these for a NY Eve party and they were edible but not fantastic. I guess I expected more. A dipping sauce is an absolute must to add some moisture. Bland. Sorry.


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