November 18, 2017

Sausage Balls

These sausage balls are so simple to make, and really yummy, too! Ā I’m normally not a big fan of sausage, but these are a fun treat for every once in a while.

Served with fruit salad and maybe a carrot zucchini muffin, they make a great breakfast!

One batch makes about two dozen – perfect for a party tray, or in our case, a snack for several boys.

I’m planning on keeping this on my list of fun, festive appetizers for upcoming gatherings.




    1. Love, love, love sausage balls!! šŸ™‚ It’s something about Christmas that makes us want sausage balls, peanut butter balls, coconut balls, oreo balls, and orange balls!

    2. These look so YUM! I’m going to totally try them. I found you over at Visionary Womanhood. Nice to meet you!

      Traci @ Ordinary Inspirations

    3. One of my favorites……won’t hurt a few times a year, huh? šŸ™‚

    4. So the sausage is raw and gets cooked during the baking process?

    5. I have made these for years now (almost 40 to be exact as my Mom made these when we were younger)! We brown our sausage first so that it releases the oils and mixes into the powder- also the little crunchy pieces. We also add garlic and onion powder. We use Bisquick Heart- healthier and it does not alter the taste at all! Not sure why the egg is needed since the Bisquick has all the levening- but I do use milk, rice milk, or soy milk for moisture. Anyhow, I had to add, thanks for sharing- these are my number 1 requested appetizer for EVERY.SINGLE. family and friend event!

    6. Heather Hufford says:

      Have you ever made them ahead and freeze them or freeze them after they are made? Thanks!

      • Yes, I have frozen them- both before and after cooking (also refrigerated just the dough). What works best for me and alters the taste the least is to bake them first, then refrigerate or freeze- these warm up so nicely in a toaster oven (or microwave if you have one/use one- we don’t ;-).

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