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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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We made this recipe for Thanksgiving and it was delicious! It was quick and easy to prepare. Even my very picky 5 year old loved them.
I used Sweet Apple Chicken Sausage instead of pork and made the balls which were a bit tricky when it came to staying the next time I used the sausage and added diced water chestnuts. I used an egg substitute and used the equivalent of 1 and 1/2 eggs. Instead of making balls with it I spooned it into foil muffin cups - and saved the paper liners. They stayed together - were much lighter and fluffier and lower in calories and cholesterol. I used the foil cups to freeze them and the paper liners to reheat them in the Microwave and - oh yes - now they're Stuffin Muffins - somehow appeals to me more than Stuffing Balls.
My mother made this recipe for our Investment Club meeting, Thanksgiving Dinner and Christmas Dinner! It is to die for! I would use this recipe, my friends and family can't get enough of it. We also mix pine nuts into it. OUTSTANDING!
I made these for our Christmas day dinner and they were only so-so. I tried the recipe because you can make ahead and freeze them, which is always a bonus. They got quite chewy and I'm not sure if that was from overbaking or simply the nature of ingredients. I might try these again and alter some ingredients.
These were pretty easy to make, although I was glad I read the review that said to make the balls about 1" in size so they didn't fall apart. Most of my family liked these. They were very good, unique and added a nice looking side dish to our Christmas Eve dinner.
Thanksgiving went wonderful. I had several recipes that I could make ahead of time which made the day effortless. These stuffing balls were a huge hit. With only 3 people at the table, not one serving went to waste. I've shared this recipe and I keep some in the freezer for that quick and fancy feast in the middle of the week. Thank you!
Everyone has to try this one! I recently tried these as an appetizer at a party. HUGE hit! I ran out very quickly. When you make these, try to make them only about 1 inch in diameter. Otherwise they seem to fall apart easily.
Excellent way to use for leftover turkey. Easy and practical....Yummy.
A big hit at Thanksgiving. I used sausage meat and they were out of this world. A definite "keeper" in my receipe file.
These were amazing!! Cold, Warm, Hot... all Fantastic! They taste wonderful! The recipe is incredibly simple and makes exactly the quantity. They are large, too! I didn't have any whole cranberry sauce so I just used the jellied kind and they were still perfect! I left off the butter on a few of them in order to cut fat and they tasted exactly the same. I will make these again immediately. I have been craving them ever since they were all gobbled up!
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