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Sausage Cheese Puffs

Sausage Cheese Puffs

"People are always surprised when I tell them there are only four ingredients in these taste bite-size puffs. Cheesy and spicy, the golden morsels are a fun novelty at a breakfast or brunch...and they also make yummy party appetizers. --Della Moore Troy, New York"
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Ingredients

25 m servings
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Directions

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  1. In a skillet, cook and crumble sausage until no longer pink; drain. In a bow, combine biscuit mix and cheese; stir in sausage. Add water and toss with a fork until moistened. Shape into 1-1/2-in. balls. Place 2 in. apart on ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 400 degrees F for 12-15 minutes or until puffed and golden brown. Cool on wire racks.

Footnotes

  • Editor's Note: Baked puffs may be frozen; reheat at 400 degrees F for 7-9 minutes or until heated through (they do not need to thawed first).

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If you use milk instead of water and just good ole bisquick and Jimmy Dean regular sausage, this is a fail proof recipe, well, unless you burn them:) The best thing about these is that they stor...

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The only problem with this recipe is the baking time. I put them in at 400 and set the timer for 12 min.s. At the 10 min. mark they were burned and smoking. I started smell them burning and k...

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If you use milk instead of water and just good ole bisquick and Jimmy Dean regular sausage, this is a fail proof recipe, well, unless you burn them:) The best thing about these is that they stor...

This is a standard recipe for me. I have found that cooking them at 350 for 15 minutes is best. They are moist and yummy.

The only problem with this recipe is the baking time. I put them in at 400 and set the timer for 12 min.s. At the 10 min. mark they were burned and smoking. I started smell them burning and k...

I like that this is simple. Skip the water, you want to start off dry as the sausage is full of fat. Don't cook sausage first. Use flour and mix with your hands until all flour is incorporate...

I made these for the first time for my daughter's birthday and they are wonderful! I didn't change a thing. They were easy to make and taste great. I doubled the recipe though as I was making...

The simplicity of this recipe is why I chose it over the others that add a bunch of stuff. Made with Bisquick & everyone thought these were delicious~! Made only half the recipe and had many l...

These were ok, but not as good as I expected based on the reviews. I would have given it 3 stars, except that I made one change - I used 2 cups whole wheat baking mix and 1 cup Bisquick. They ...

I used Italian (hot) turkey sausage, but otherwise followed the directions. I found that the sausage cheese puffs were much too dry and didn't need to cook for more than 8 minutes at the most. T...

These were a hit but I did add more liquid so they weren't quite as dry and cut back a bit on the cooking time. They are a great, filling on-the-go breakfast. My entire family loved them inclu...

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