Sausage Bites.



In preparation for my upcoming Witch’s Brunch, I’m cleaning, cooking and decorating like a mad woman. One of the items on my party prep list was to cook and freeze both the Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins and these scrumdiddlyumptious Sausage Bites. Since I’ll be sharing tons of party pictures next week, I thought it would be nice to bless you this week with one of the easiest, most delicious party food recipes, Sausage Bites. Once you try these puppies, you will understand.


1-2 cups of Bisquick (would probably try 1 cup next time I make these yummy bites)

1 lb of Jimmy Dean sausage or any other breakfast sausage

2 cups of Sharp cheddar



  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Combine all ingredients in large bowl, mix until well combined. I completed this task by hand because I don’t have a stand-up mixer. Use a mixer if you have one on hand. It speeds the process up a bit.
  • Portion your sausage mixture into tiny bite size balls and place on an ungreased cookie sheet. I had enough to fill up 1.5 cookie sheets.


  • Bake 20-25 minutes.
  • After baking, remove from cookie sheet and set aside to cool. Otherwise, they will stick to the cookie sheet.
  • If you are interesting in freezing, allow to completely cool and place in air tight container or freezer bag.

Little tidbit – it was extremely hard to make these and not eat the entire batch before freezing. I tried one to make sure what I would be feeding my friends later was actually edible but it was hard not to eat 2, 3, 4 and 5 more!



Enjoy my friends!

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Welcome! I am the bayou gypsy, born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Although I have spread my wings in the great cities of Austin, Seattle and Delray Beach, the bayou state kept calling me back home in 2007. Thank goodness for the pull back home because that is where I met and married my husband, Andrew. We relocated to 7 acres in Zachary, LA and have started life on a farm. It's the land of bayous, fishing, hunting, four wheelers, trucks, nutria, deer, cows, three rescue pups named Abby James, Dixie and Gypsy, two rescue horses named Sparkle and Freedom, 20 chickens, 2 turkeys named Leroy & Luann and everything else southern. I have started this personal blog to chronicle our new found farm life, the battles and blessings of our ongoing infertility, our recent adoption and the exciting adventures this bayou gypsy and her cowboy get into on the regular. I dabble in a little bit of everything and will share it all with you one wild ride at a time. Come wander with me...y'all!

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