Saturday, April 9, 2011

Sausage Balls Recipe....

Several friends have asked about the recipe for sausage balls used in my earlier post today.  I asked Cindy to write it down for me so I could pass it along.  I love this dish, either by itself or with eggs.  I hope you enjoy it!

My friends Lidj (Crown of Beauty) and Rebecca (New York Traveler) especially expressed an interest.

Lidj---the "powdery" substance atop the eggs is black pepper.  Also, you asked if hotcake mix can be substituted for Bisquick.  Cindy thinks that it could be substituted because Bisquick is also used for pancakes.

---3 Cups Bisquick
---8 Ounces cheddar cheese, grated
---1 Pound breakfast sausage
---3 Tablespoons of milk or buttermilk

Grate cheese.  Mix Bisquick and sausage together.  
Mix in grated cheese.  Add Milk and form mixture into balls.  Bake on Cookie sheet at 350 degrees until done, approximately 15 to 20 minutes.

NOTE:  Cindy likes to line the cookie sheet with parchment paper


  1. I've got to make pancakes this morning.

  2. Sounds delicious but I am not too good at cooking but will certainly give this a try,


  3. Hi Clint! Just got back from Maryland last night. This looks great- but now I'm hungry... Errr thanks! :) Hope you and Cindy are having a wonderful weekend.

  4. This sounds great and the recipe is easy enough to put my grandsons to work on them. They are budding chefs and love to work in the kitchen. I'm always looking for recipes that will encourage rather than frustrate them. Have a great weekend. Blessings...Mary

  5. Thanks for sharing the recipe. It's really simple after all. Will make some for my family this week!


  6. Woohoo, thank you for posting the recipe! I am definitely going to try it for the kids. I have an idea they will go bananas over it. :)

  7. I am hungry. My wife is a great cook. I can boil water without burning it. She has promised to make sausage balls. God Bless!