Sausage Balls

Sausage Balls

We make these all the time in our house! So much so that I never even thought about posting them. I assumed everyone makes these, but Dennis assured me they were not that common.

I usually just eyeball the measurements, but I know that is hard to do when you have never made them before. So here you go:

Sausage Balls
  • ¾ cup bisquick (I use the Aldi brand of bisquick.) *
  • 8 oz of Jimmy Dean Hot sausage (I think this brand tastes the best. Hot! It adds more flavor.)
  • ¾ cup cheddar cheese, grated
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Mix all the ingredients together using your hands. (If you like your sausage balls to taste more like biscuits, just add more bisquick.)
  3. Once everything is combined roll into one inch balls.
  4. Place on a cookie sheet and bake for 15 - 20 minutes.
If you are in a hurry and the mixture is not coming together you can add a splash of milk to help. I only recommend you doing this if you are eating them right away. Sausage balls freeze really well. Mix up the dough, roll into balls, and place on a cookie sheet, directly into the freezer for 30 minutes. Toss frozen balls in a freezer bag. Pull out and bake when ready.



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  1. You know these are my favorite! I usually save some to reheat for a really quick weekday breakfast (two cycles in toaster oven and they’re good and crispy again) but… it seems someone ate them all this weekend. 🙂

  2. Do you cook the sausage first?

  3. How many does a batch make? Using this recipe for a baby shower so I didn’t know if I needed to double it… Thanks!!


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