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Paula Deen’s Sausage Balls

I made Paula Deen’s Sausage Balls for Christmas Eve and they were delish!   Printable Recipe below!

You may also want to try Paula Deen’s Pimento Cheese!    It’s crazy good…
 
paula deen's sausage balls
 
Paula Deen's Sausage Balls
 

You must try Paula Deen’s Sausage Balls at home!  They are super easy to make!

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11 Comments

  1. my family has made these for years. We never cook the sausage first. we mix the sausage raw with the dry ingredients, roll into balls, then bake.

  2. Great Recipe! I cooked the sausage first and drained the grease. In the past I didn’t precook the sausage and felt they were always to greasy. I used a stand mixer to mix the ingredients and had no problems with the sausage balls sticking together. I would recommend using hot sausage.

  3. I have cooked a ton of sausage balls using this recipe over the years. I do not pre-cook the sausage but I have developed
    A system of cooking them that make a non-greasy ball. I use a broiling pan to cook the balls on. I put water in the bottom of
    The pan and around 14 minutes I turn the balls. Some time you have to add water because it will evaporate. I use a convection
    oven so the balls cook a little slower at a temperature of 350. I use Only 2 cups of bisquick which make 60+ balls. I have
    experimented quite a bit with these balls. I use a hand mixer to mix ingredients. I usually make some with
    Hot sausage and some with mild. I prefer using sage sausage for the mild. If you prefer or as in my case have relatives that
    Like really hot balls get some habanero cheese instead of the extra sharp cheddar. I have to use plastic gloves when I roll
    The balls but they seem to love them. I also learned that I can role two balls at once which is a time saver. I have also learned
    That I can make the balls and freeze them and cook them at a later date. I pull them out of the freezer and put them in
    The fridge the day before so they can thaw and then stick them on a pan and cook them.

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