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The other day my husband came home from work and told me that some of his buddies and their wives would be coming over later that evening to visit. Bless his heart. Bless. His. Heart. I wish I would have had some warning about this beforehand so that I could whip up some amazing snacks and get the house extra spic and span but alas, that did not happen. My dear husband is an impulse kinda guy and that’s OK 🙂 So, I knew I needed to get something going to serve these people, but what?
Sausage balls. I found a recipe for sausage balls and I couldn’t have been more thrilled. The ingredients are simple and so are the instructions. Plus, they bake up in no time at all!
While the yummy sausage balls were baking in the oven I was putting the finishing touches on my house. When the guests arrived everything was in its place and I had a lovely appetizer to serve them. Enjoy!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Food.com and delishably.
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Quick Tip: To avoid being too dry make sure all ingredients are at room temperature and mix sausage and biscuit mix first then add the cheese.