3-ingredient breakfast meatballs

breakfast meatballs
I brought these into work recently for of a “breakfast narrative” — which a very ad agency way of saying “let’s eat and share stories.” (It’s what we do.) After a colleague tasted them and described them as a “religious experience,” I figured I may as well share the love. There’s nothing to ’em, really.  And since I like ’em spicy, I opted for a spicy sage sausage meatball. Triple threat. Yes, please.


2 lb Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage, uncooked
5 cups Bisquick baking mix
2 lb shredded cheddar cheese

The type of sausage you choose is all up to you, but here’s how it went down in my kitchen: Add 1 pound of Jimmy Dean sage sausage and 1 pound of Jimmy Dean hot sausage to a large bowl along with the Bisquick and cheese.  Knead it all together like you’re makin’ a meatloaf. Once it’s all gelled together nicely, start rolling out your meatballs (about the size of a golf ball) and place them on a non-stick baking sheet.

Pop ’em in the oven for 25 minutes at 350. Makes 70.
(Yeah, you read that right, so you might wanna cut this in half.)


One thought on “3-ingredient breakfast meatballs

  1. This is so texas. I think everyone’s grandmother made them for some specific occasion. I got wild and started adding a little red pepper flakes, sage, and thyme.


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