- 1 pound breakfast sausage
- 1 large egg
- 1 cup almond flour
- 8 ounces cheddar cheese
- 1/4 cup grated parmesan
- 1 tablespoon butter (or Coconut Oil)
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
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Patsy Lewis 11 days ago
This made closer to 36 balls that were so YUMMY!!
Cory V. 15 days ago
F*cking great! I loved every bite
Dorothy Jackson 20 days ago
family enjoy it over the hoilday
Christie Rinehart 27 days ago
These turned out great! Made them for an office party so I doubled the recipe which made about 40, but I cut the amount of almond flour in half (just seemed like way too much) and they were great. 20 minutes or a little longer was better to give the cheese time to get crispy, but might have taken longer since I had two sheet pans in oven at once. Used parchment paper on pans for easy clean up. Will definitely make these again!
Hannah Lewis 28 days ago
these sausage balls were wonderful. I will make these again soon! As previously mentioned if you make them a bit smaller the recipe will make more than 25.
Maren 16 Dec 2018
good. smaller ball size is better and stick with finely shredded sharp cheddar. we had larger/farmhouse shredded cheese and it didnt bind as well. used hot sausage for more flavor. i look forward to making it again!
Donna Lorah 16 Sep 2018
This is so easy to make. And delicious. It brought back memories from when my mom made them for Christmas every year. Family loves them. They will be a favorite throughout the year.
chelsea c. 27 Jun 2018
These are delicious! But careful of the cheese. It can make a mess on the pan.
Emmalee 27 Jun 2018
Very simple and easy to make! One of my new favorite breakfast items!
Snowtiggs 3 Jun 2018
Very yummy and easy to make. Great for breakfast or a snack.
Brandy Ryan 24 May 2018
Very good recipe. It was easy and simple.
scott 14 May 2018
used italian sausage,added garlic and onion powder plus cayanne...lil dry but overall tasty and satisfying,not to mention very quick and easy.
Hello, Beverly! 4 May 2018
These were pretty good! I’m a super picky eater who’s trying a new way of cooking, both for health and just to try new things, and I had reservations about the almond flour (because in my 32 years of life I’ve never had it to my knowledge) and figured it would make the balls taste...nutty. Hush. I made it with the coconut oil, which came in the solid form, and changed up my cheese to the Mexican for my turkey balls, but kept cheddar for the sausage. And I cooked mine instead of 20 minutes to actually 30 minutes. I wanted them a little crispier. Didn’t quite get as crispy as I wanted, but I didn’t want to overlook them either. I’ll make them a little smaller and make more instead of the suggested number Came out pretty on point! Will save for another time!
Amy Coots 30 Apr 2018
Mine turned out more like sausage blobs, but they are still delicious!
Amelia Theis 19 Mar 2018
These are awesome and easy to make. I will definitely make them again.
Heather 25 Feb 2018
What is the serving size? My kids love them said they were the best sausage balls ever and we used turkey sausage instead of pork.
nick k. 16 Feb 2018
turned out amazing. made then for lunch extras for my wife and i and my kids are eating them all
Scott Hogsed 14 Jan 2018
Cook them in my air fryer. O M G !
Pat Delewski 2 Jan 2018
These are awesome! I’m taking them to a potluck today and I doubt there will be any leftover!
Laura Curtis 29 Jul 2017
Really good, and hold together better than I expected, but are a lot more sausage-y than I anticipated. I think I'm going to try the coconut flour version to see if they're even closer to the tasty treats we always make at Christmas.
Darcelle O. 21 Feb 2016
A very good and handy recipe. To try it again I would try adding more cheese and less almond meal. It's a little overpowering and a bit salty. All in all, on the go it's not bad.