How to make it

  • Mix well. Pinch off and make balls. Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes. Keeps well in refrigerator or can be frozen.

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  • cookie5409 1 year ago
    Definitely not a Paula Deen original. My aunt made these every Christmas Eve when I was a little girl and I am 45 now. She originally got the recipe off the back of a box of Bisquick MANY years ago. There are many variations, just like with anything. However, no matter where the recipe started, they are YUM! :)
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  • betcool 5 years ago
    I don't think this was Paula Dean original recipe. I live in the south and we have eaten these things for years.
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  • conner909 6 years ago
    Chef,
    I think there are very few 'original' recipes and a bazillion variations to recipes! I remember seeing a very similar recipe in a cookbook 25 years ago....the pendulum swings!
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    " It was excellent "
    leroux ate it and said...
    I made these last night and they were a hit! Decreased the bisquick to 2 cups, cuz it was easier to combine. Used mild sausage (Jimmy Dean). Added a few drops of hot sauce to add moisture to make it easier to combine. My son liked dipping them into maple syrup. My daughter dipped in mustard. I just liked them plain.
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    " It was excellent "
    leroux ate it and said...
    Thanks. I've seen these before on FoodNetwork when Paula Deen made them and I totally forgot about them. I just went shopping and bought the ingredients,thanks to you, so I'll be making them this week. I'll let you know how everyone likes them
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