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Sausage Balls

by | Dec 7, 2023 | Food, Life, Motherhood, Parenthood, Recipes | 0 comments

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Sausage balls: they’re great to meal prep, they’re a perfect appetizer, and they’re even a great breakfast-on-the-go! For those of you navigating parenthood, they’re also a great option to have on hand for toddlers and kids. Let’s do what we can to make life a little easier, am I right?!

Here’s my Sausage Balls recipe:


    • 2 cups Bisquick baking mix
    • 2 lbs. ground breakfast sausage
    • 1 lb. shredded cheddar cheese
    • Milk, as needed

Thoroughly mix the Bisquick, ground sausage, and shredded cheese.


Add in splashes of milk to the mixture, and mix well to combine. You’re looking for a consistency that comes together just so – it should be a gummy texture – not too dry, and not too wet. 


Scoop bite-sized amounts and roll into balls – about the size of a golf ball.


Bake at 350° for 20-25 minutes until cooked through.


Serve immediately, or, you can refrigerate for a week (if they last that long!) or freeze for up to three months (defrosting as needed when ready to eat/serve them.)


And, it wouldn’t be a true “recipe” of mine without a few notes:

    • I highly recommend shredding your own cheese from a block, but you can absolutely use the pre-shredded variety.
    • I prefer to mix these with clean hands to feel the consistency, but of course you can use a mixing spoon.

If you try this recipe, I’d love to hear what you think!



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Hey there, I´m Jenn!

I established Emerald Pine Collective in 2021 to pursue my creative passions after a 10-year career in Human Resources. Through my HR career, I recognized the special connections that I seamlessly made with people, and am fortunate that now, in my creative endeavors as a business owner, to remain rooted in connecting with and establishing relationships with people, celebrating them and their lives, through creative floral design.


With deep roots in North Carolina, I have a true desire to pour back into my local community and environment, so you’ll often find me gifting flowers and even planting pollinator-friendly plants in my community.


As an extension of my creative nature, I am also a self-published author of two children’s books: “What Might You Find At A Produce Parade?” and “Finley’s Findings.”