Aunt Polly's Sausage Balls Recipe

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Aunt Polly's Sausage Balls

Deb Kotansky


I have to make these once or twice during the holidays. I don't know why only during the holidays, because they are good any time of year. They are great cold, but I love to pop a few into the microwave for a few seconds and eat them hot.

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15 Min
20 Min


1 lb
bulk sausage (regular or mild)
2 c
sharp cheddar cheese, grated
2 c
origanal bisquick
1/4 c


1Preheat oven to 350*
2Place all ingredients into large mixing bowl. Mix by hand. I use latex gloves and just keep mashing it until I get everything mixed in well. It will be stiff, but you can add a little more milk if you feel you need it to get it all mixed together.
3Roll into 1 inch balls (I wear the gloves for this too. Keeps it from sticking to your hands). Place onto non-stick cookie sheet. They can be placed close together, but not touching because they don't get a lot bigger than the original size.
4Bake for 20 minutes until they start to become brown. Sometimes the bottoms will brown quicker because of the sausage and cheese, but they are just dark, not burnt.
5I usually double this recipe so I can take some to work and leave some for home. Enjoy!

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