|You Bake 'em Dog Biscuits Cookbook|
|by Janine Adams|
Based on the success of our You Bake 'Em Dog Biscuits Mini Kit(tm), which sold more than 110,000 units since its release in 2003, we're introducin...
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Mix sausage and cheese well. Add biscuit mix (hands work best). Roll into small balls. Place on ... sheet. Bake 20 minutes (can be frozen). Yields 75-100.
Have sausage and cheese at room temperature. Combine and mix well. Add paprika and biscuit mix. Mix well. Roll into small balls and bake at ... frozen for unexpected company.
Heat oven to ... to room temperature. Mix cheese and sausage with biscuit mix. Using a ... into 1 inch balls and place them ... Thaw slightly before baking.
Combine ingredients and mix well with hands ... Roll into party size balls and bake at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes. Makes 150 sausage cheese balls.
Mix all ingredients well. Shape into 1 inch balls and bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes.
Combine all ingredients ... loosely into small balls and bake at ... cocktail size balls. Sausage balls may be ... plate at full power. Rotate plate well.
Combine Cheese Whiz, biscuit mix and crumbled sausage. Mix until ... into 1 inch balls. Flatten with ... frozen and baked when needed. Makes 5 dozen balls.
Mix all ingredients together ... Roll into bite-size balls. Bake at ... Turn over balls about halfway through baking period so all will be evenly brown.
Sausage and cheese should ... uncooked sausage into biscuit mix. Add cheese and mix well. Shape into balls. Bake on ... balls. Can be frozen before baking.
Melt cheese completely over low heat. Combine sausage and biscuit mix. Cut in ... 1 1/4 inch balls. Bake in ... shaped and frozen to be baked later. Yield 80.
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