Sausage Biscuit Bites


Sausage Biscuit Bites


Sausage Biscuit Bites

A great party food that can be enjoyed any time of day, Sausage Biscuit Bites have won us over. Made with only three ingredients, these bad boys come together in minutes and are so delicious. Meaty, cheesy, and full of flavor, they make for the perfect appetizer recipe that the family will love. You might want to make extra of these little bites because they'll be gone before you know it. It's snack time!

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This is one of those fun recipes that have become a staple at my parties. Sausage Biscuit Bites are always a hit. I have made them as written, and I have made them with Italian sausage and Mozzarella cheese with pasta sauce on the side for dipping. I might try a slice of pepperoni on top the next time, just for fun.

These are wonderful! I love sausage balls as an appetizer or snack, and this is a great and easy variation on that. I read the comments to the original recipe and the author swears by the 8 to 10 minute baking time. She also uses breakfast sausage, which is what I used when I made these and found that the ten minute bake time was adequate. There are some further hints in the comments about cooking, and I want to try this with some different types of sausage. I really like the Italian and mozzarella combination suggested.

I agree, that 8 to 10 minutes doesn't seem like enough time for the sausage balls to cook, and the biscuit might get really greasy. And if you bake them longer, the biscuits will get too dark brown. I might cut a precooked smoked sausage into rounds and wrap each one in a thin slice of cheese before wrapping in the biscuit dough just to be safe.

What an easy breakfast/snack. I would try this recipe with breakfast sausage and try it again with Italian sausage to see which way my family prefers it.

This is so easy! Sausage and cheese biscuits all in one little snack. I love sausage and cheese biscuits for breakfast. I am not a big fan of breakfast cereal and this would be quick and full of protein, unlike cereal which is full of carbs. I'd reheat them up in the oven for the best texture.

What kind of sausage is in this recipe? Can you use breakfast sausage or ground Italian sausage? Can you precook the sausage? In 8-10 minutes will the sausage be done enough to eat? It sounds very good. It could be eaten for breakfast or as a snack. I will have to give this a try.

I myself am in love with sausage combined with cheese, and the easy and quick recipes just put a wonderfully quick and delicious spin on it! I have made these before, though, so of course, I will probably be experimenting with this recipe, but at least I will be able to stuff my face and have fun as I do it!


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