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Thread: Don't forget how easy Sausage Balls are to make.

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    These are tasty and so easy to make. I mix up a batch and freeze the shaped balls, just pop in the oven when I need a fast bring something food.

    2 cups Bisquick
    2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
    1lb sausage

    I use Jimmy Dean Hot sausage, it's not greasy and the sausage flavor comes through. I was surprised the hot flavor was not strong at all.
    Mix the ingredients together.

    (I use my mixer with the curly hooks. I don't like putting my hands in food)

    Roll into balls about 1 1/2" round, they will rise and bake bigger then the size you roll. Place on cooking sheet.

    (I line the sheet with parchment paper so I don't have to wash the pan)

    (I found it's a lot less messier to use disposable gloves to form the balls as the mix does not stick to the gloves.)

    Bake in 350 for 18 minutes or until golden brown.

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    This looks delish. I have just started tyring to adapt the regular Bisquick recipes to the gluten free Bisquick. This morning we had pancakes made from left over mashed potatoes.

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    thanks for sharing your recipe with us

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    I love left over mashed potatoes. I add onion, cheese, egg, and Bisquick or self rising flour, drop big spoonfuls into a frying pan and fry until crispy brown. It's one of my family's favorite foods.

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    We rarely have leftover mashed potatoes, so that was a real treat.

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    Yummy! Thanks!

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    Thank you for sharing :D:D:D

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    I think about this every holiday season and then forget about them. I think they are a MUST for this year....and they freeze well from what I hear..

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    How do you serve them?

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    I have not ever made them yet but I think after cooking them I would put them in a mini- crockpot on the appetizer buffet table...(with toothpicks or mini forks close by...)

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