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Stuffing Balls

Stuffing Balls recipe
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Here's a tasty twist on the standard meatball. These awesome oven-baked Stuffing Balls are made with tart cranberry sauce and skillet-browned ground pork.
15 min
35 min
8 servings
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These were great. I used sage pork sausage and whole berry cranberry sauce. They were difficult to form into balls and some fell apart during baking, even though I refrigerated them before baking to help them set up, and only used 3/4 cup water. I think next time I would use 2 eggs to help bind.
I've made this recipe many times and everyone loves these. Here are my changes: I use ground pork sausage, chicken broth instead of water and only 1/2 can of whole berry cranberry sauce (any more and I think it's too sweet) and most important change is using 2 eggs instead of 1. It's what helps it bind together. I also bake it at 350 instead of 325.
These were very good. I doubled the recipe except for sausage, and it had plenty of meat. I used broth instead of water and just added it until I had the right consistency to make balls. I used whole berry cranberry sauce and topped each ball with a little spoonful of sauce. A cookie scoop works great for making the balls.
Yummy recipe!! So easy, too. My only suggestion is that you can back off a little on the water (use broth for more flavor); it's also easier to keep the balls together by baking them in muffin tins instead of a flat sheet pan.
very good used ground turkey. it will go good with the spinach balls. using both receipes for this 4th of July.
I made these to take to a Christmas party. I subbed ground turkey for the pork, which gave it a holiday flair, as well as made it more healthy. It was very good & they were gobbled up quickly!!
My family can't have Thanksgiving or Christmas without these. I use ground pork sausage and an entire can of whole berry cranberry sauce. I also use chicken broth in place of the water to give these a bit more flavor. They're great for snacking too.
This was so delicious and so easy you can eat the meatballs by themselves they are so good. Great for a party
I was so excited about this recipe but when I added that 1c of water I knew right then they would not hold together. I managed to get them into a semblance of a ball and partially froze them and them reformed them but when I baked them they spread out too much. I also used ground sausage and apricot/pineapple preserves instead of cranberry and the taste was really good..Next time I won't add as much water
My mom likes to try different things and we were all concerned when she made these for Christmas dinner. We all loved them & now she makes them every year. They're fantastic!
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