Sausage Balls

Sausage Balls

from Vivian Garnand

Our favorite food to take to any of our family gatherings at Christmastime is "Sausage Balls". They are asked for months in advance and our daughter, who is now married and a Mom, demands them and says they are what make coming home wonderful for her. It's a simple recipe, but so-o-o-o good.

SAUSAGE BALLS

1 pound sausage (medium is the best)

Grated Cheddar cheese (use however much you want)

Bixquick (enough so mixture will form balls)

Just mix and bake 10-15 minutes at 350 degrees.

Ayotte Family Porcupine Ball

My favorite thing to take is a porcupine ball. I take a round of bread, anytype, scoop it out, put in dill dip and put cheese cubes, cherry tomatoes, olives and anything else I have on toothpicks and stick them into the outside of the bread until all is covered.

Perri Storch's Shrimp Dip

My favorite holiday dish to share is a shrimp drip. It is a simple recipe that is both delicious and pretty to look at. Take one block of cream cheese and let it warm enough to allow a cracker to slice through. Add a handful of small shrimp, which has been well rinsed. Pour on top of the shrimp and cream cheese your favorite cocktail sauce and top off with another sprinkle of shrimp. Serve with a selection of crackers. Enjoy!

LOBSTER STUFFED EGGS

From Amie Lambert

6 hard boiled eggs

1 cup cooked lobster

1 tsp. mustard

2 tbsp. mayonnaise

salt

pepper

paprika

Cut eggs in half; remove egg yols. Place in a bowl; mash well and stir in lobster, mustard, mayonnaise, salt and pepper. Spoon into egg whites and sprinkle the top with paprika. Chill before serving.

Deanne Miller's Taco Dip

My favorite to bring to a gathering is my taco dip.

Refried beans spread out on bottom of dish.

Mix sour cream with taco mix - and place on top of refried beans.

Spinkle with cheddar cheese, cut green onions and cut tomatoes.

Serve with tortilla chips Everytime I've brought this dish, the dish goes home empty.

 

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