Saturday, December 27, 2008

Recital Balls

It was a wonderful evening watching the culmination of all of the girls' lessons and practicing, (and my nagging).

When we walked in to the building, awonderful smell was coming from the kitchen. We hadn't had dinner yet (the recital started at 6:30, and I think my stomach growled through the whole thing!). The amazing smell came from the sausage balls that Mrs. West had warming in the oven.

These are wonderful--all the kids loved them. They are really easy to make. They are great for breakfast, appetizers, with soups, or as a quick snack. Better yet, they are virtually 'free' in diabetes-ese--or, made of mostly meat and cheese, which Sophie doesn't have to 'count' when figuring out her insulin (so she can have as many as she wants without my interferance!) I store a bunch in a ziplock bag in the fridge for quick snacks.

The recipe for Sausage Balls:

1 lb sausage

3 c Bisquick

3 1/2 c cheese

1/2 c milk


1/2 tsp ground rosemary

1/2 c parmesan cheese

Throw all the ingredients in a big bowl, take off your rings, and knead it all together with your hands. form into balls, place on greased baking sheet, bake at 350 for about 20 minutes.


1 comment:

Nanny said...

This recipe sounds good. I think I've made it once a really long time ago. I also sent another comment on this subject but I guess it got lost somewhere. Go figure.

I'm looking forward to your post Christmas blog. I know the Disney trip was a fun and relaxing venture for the kids but how about you?

Hope '09' brings you all kinds of good stuff that you're definately deserving of.

We pray for you and your family always. The people in the Temple office are beginning to wonder who these 'Fisher' people are. That's O.K. That's what it's for.

We love you!