Hebrews 11:6 “And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.”
I love cooking, but making a big breakfast for family and friends is my very favorite thing to do. I honed those skills while cooking breakfast 5 out of 7 days a week when we owned Walnut Grove Bed and Breakfast. Now my life moves at a much slower pace (thank heavens!) and I make a cooked breakfast when we need a break from our everyday bowl of oatmeal 🙂
The flavor of these sausage balls always takes everyone by surprise. They are very tasty and the apple in them gives a hint of sweetness while still maintaining the full flavor of the sausage. I like to make up a big batch and always have some ready to go in the freezer. Since I am on an “apple” roll I thought it was time to share this great recipe. Maybe this weekend you will have a chance to mix up a batch. It is fast and the end result is so surprisingly tasty!
|SAGE SAUSAGE BALLS
Fill cups. Bake at 350 degrees, 30 to 35 minutes for large muffin tin, and 20 minutes for mini-muffin pans. The pictures show the sausage made in a mini muffin tin.
* Can be doubled or tripled and frozen.
This is a great compliment to any breakfast entrée. Be sure to make plenty because they disappear fast. No one can eat just one!
A “sage” is any wise teacher, someone who imparts wisdom or the perennial philosophy, including spiritual teachers and teachers of mysticismbut not necessarily with such religious connotations, so may refer to a:
Sage (Sophos), a Stoic wise man
Sage (name), a surname and given name (article includes a list of people with the name)