{Quick and Easy} Sausage Balls

Frugal and Easy Sausage Ball Recipe (make a family meal delicious!) | Satisfaction Through ChristGood Morning! I hope everyone had a fun, family filled July 4th! Here is a recipe that is great after a busy weekend,  no need to stress about what you are going to cook because Sausage balls are so easy, fast, and yummy.

Every time my husband and I visit his family in Georgia, his mom always has Sausage Balls ready for us.  I crave them on our way over there because I know they will be there when we pull in.  We eat them throughout the weekend for breakfast, snacks, or lunch.  Any time of day is a good time for a few sausage balls. I finally got a chance to write down her recipe a few months ago and made them this weekend. This is such a great recipe to have on hand when feeding kids on the go, or a great finger food for any type of party/shower.


1 lb Ground Pork Sausage (regular, hot, maple, or sage) I use regular because my husband doesn’t like spicy food.

1lb Sharp Grated Cheddar Cheese

2 Cups of Bisquick

Ingredients for Sausage Balls | Satisfaction Through Christ

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Mix together by hand, sausage and cheese in a large bowl.

Next, slowly add the bisquick and if it gets too dry sprinkle with a little water.

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Form the mixture into round balls, doesn’t matter what size, just what you prefer. I usually do mine a little smaller than a golf ball. Place sausage balls on a baking sheet.

Bake around 15 minutes until golden brown. Time may vary with different ovens, so just keep a watchful eye on them the first time you make them. Once they are done, let them cool off and enjoy!

Sausage Balls for Family Meal | Satisfaction Through Christ


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I live in Baton Rouge, LA with my husband and 3 fur children, a rescue doberman, a golden retriever, and a pug. We love to travel and visit new places. We also love to use our business as our ministry outlet, and let Jesus shine through us. I have a slight obsession with Pinterest and pinning my dream vacations, dream closet, and perfecting DIY projects/Recipes. However, Above all, I am the daughter of a King who lavishly loves us. My passion is to see women flourish and blossom with their new identity in Christ.

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  1. says

    This is the recipe I use, and they are soooo good! A helpful hint I discovered– if the sausage is too cold, it will not absorb the Bisquik as easily. I always let it come nearly to room temperature or nuke it for a few seconds before adding the Bisquik :0)

    • Haylee says

      I know what you mean about getting the sausage at room temp, it is way easier that way, definitely a good tip!

  2. says

    My mother has a similar recipe, she just adds shredded carrots and finely chopped onions. I love spicy foods, so I prefer the hot ground pork sausage. I can eat this all day everyday. 😀

    • Haylee says

      I can eat them all day everyday too! I’ve never thought about adding carrots or onions, definitely will try that next time 🙂

  3. balmtomysoul says

    So easy!! Love it. I know the hubby would love this. What would you serve with? Mashed potatoes maybe…

  4. Cynthia Landrie says

    Looks like a great recipe! Can’t wait to try it out. I’m sure they’d be delicious at breakfast. Thank you for linking at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you again next week.

  5. says

    These sound really yummy! I am pinning this recipe!

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