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Sorry for lack of pics, but it didn't even occur to me to take any until I was putting the last of 4 baking sheets into the oven.
 
Sorry for lack of pics, but it didn't even occur to me to take any until I was putting the last of 4 baking sheets into the oven.
  
>==Ingredients:==
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==Ingredients:==
 
*1 1-lb tube regular Sausage
 
*1 1-lb tube regular Sausage
 
*1 1-lb tube spicy Sausage
 
*1 1-lb tube spicy Sausage
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*1 cup Bisquick
 
*1 cup Bisquick
 
*(optional) enough milk to make waffle batter consistency of the Bisquick
 
*(optional) enough milk to make waffle batter consistency of the Bisquick
 
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==Method==
 
==Method==

Latest revision as of 09:45, 18 November 2010

These things have got to be the most heavenly snack and party food ever created.

Sorry for lack of pics, but it didn't even occur to me to take any until I was putting the last of 4 baking sheets into the oven.

Ingredients:[edit]

  • 1 1-lb tube regular Sausage
  • 1 1-lb tube spicy Sausage
  • 1/2 8-oz jar of Cheese Whiz
  • 1/2 8-oz bag Shredded Cheddar
  • 1 cup Bisquick
  • (optional) enough milk to make waffle batter consistency of the Bisquick

Method[edit]

Melt Cheese Whiz in the microwave, then mix with Bisquick mix and milk if you're using it. Add Shredded Cheddar and sausage, mix more (I couldn't get my mixer to work with this, so a large bowl and a fork are your friends)

Make balls about the size of a golf ball on a greased cookie sheet. Spooning doesn't work since the mixture is way sticky. You don't need to put much distance in between them, as it doesn't spread out like cookie dough.

Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes, then remove from cookie sheet to a plate covered in paper towels, unless you want the grease to strangle you to death.

Enjoy!

Post-baking picture (this is what you can expect from one batch)'

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