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"I also add a little water to help stirring. I've never measured, but I would guess I add around 1/4 cup. I use spicy sausage for a better flavor."- Tink77
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Combine all ingredients and shape into balls the size of walnuts. Bake on cookie sheet at 350 degrees F. for 15 minutes. Makes about 5 dozen. NOTE: Sausage Balls may be frozen before or after baking. If frozen after, defrost and reheat at 350 degrees F. From "Trail Bosss Cowboy Cookbook" by Society of Range Management. File ftp://ftp.idiscover.co.uk/pub/food/mealmaster/recipes/west.zip
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cjcanfield410 1 month agoLoved it. And kids loved it.
8Jane 1 month agoAwesome! First time I made them I used this recipe and it was great!
lindawlewis 1 year agoWe have made this recipe for years. On of our favorite Christmas traditions.
sarahsmurfette 1 year ago
jhonjessica 1 year agoI make this recipe every Christmas and it is a huge hit for parties, Christmas morning snacks, or to go with mimosas for breakfast with the girls.
brandyackley 1 year agoMmmmmmm!!!!!!!
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princess8841 2 years agogreat to make and have on hand for a quick breakfast, they're fillung and addictive!
Sherme 3 years agoToo much bisquik and very bland. I also had to sprinkle water to form a ball.
Tink77 3 years agoI also add a little water to help stirring. I've never measured, but I would guess I add around 1/4 cup. I use spicy sausage for a better flavor.
scgobbler 3 years agoI have never tried adding a bit of water. How much?
Bethstowe 3 years agoI have been making this recipe for years. I always add a little water to the batch to moisten
precious04 3 years agowonferful
Jennys1978 3 years agoTo much bisquick maybe next time use 2 cups not 3
zekezeke 7 years agoThese are a fantastic snack, especially around the holidays. They store very well and can be reheated in the microwave.