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Old Thu, May-13-04, 17:25
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I have yet to find a jimmy dean sauasage that has NO SUGAR. I read all the labels and they all contain sugar.. Hmmmmm
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Old Fri, Jun-11-04, 08:20
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If you go to your grocer's meat counter, they generally have ground sausage there...MUCH better than anything prepackaged, IMO :-)

I tweaked this recipe and did a combo with one of my gluten-free meatball recipes. YUMMY!

1 pound ground beef
1 pound ground pork sausage (grocer's fresh meat section)
2 eggs
1 Tbl powdered milk (2 carbs)
1 Tbl soy sauce (1 carb)
2 Tbls peanut butter, the plain kind (2 net carbs)
3/4 tsp ginger
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
6 ounce shredded cheddar cheese


Mix together and bake at 350 until done. 25 mins +/-.

Makes 30-40 depending on size.

SOOOOOOO delicious! :-)

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Old Thu, Jun-23-05, 10:59
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Finally gave these a whirl and they're NOT BAD -- especially when dipped in some lc ketchup!! And they freeze great so great to make a big batch and munch on all week long!!!
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Old Mon, Aug-15-05, 15:53
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Hi....I am the originator of this recipe and it was Jimmy Dean Breakfast sausage (in the roll) in the original recipe.

Kielbasa wouldn't work at all.
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Old Mon, Sep-26-05, 08:36
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anyone know the fate content of the original recipe?
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Old Mon, Sep-26-05, 12:28
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That would totally depend on what brand Sausage you use, what the fat content of the hamburger is that you use (e.g. 10% fat; 15% fat; 20% fat), etc.

You can run the recipe through at www.lifeform.com for however you would make it to get the counts for the way you are going to do it. I tried LifeForm free and then liked it so well I bought it. Couldn't live without it for homemade things.
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Old Tue, Sep-27-05, 06:18
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This sounds really good. Thanks. I'm thinking they would be really good for supper, too simmered in some LC spaghetti sauce, or LC bbq sauce.
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Old Tue, Nov-04-08, 17:16
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I just fixed a batch of these and OMG they are sooo good! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe!!! I am so sick of eggs for breakfast so this will be a wonderful break!!!!!
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Old Tue, Nov-04-08, 17:26
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Great idea. Thanks for posting!
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Old Thu, Nov-06-08, 12:10
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Made these last night for in the morning. I forgot the onion and only used 1 pound of ea. meat and 2 eggs, and less cheese and cooked on a broiler pan. These are so good. I think I made mine a little big (maybe close to 2" balls), and one is so filling. My husband isn't fighting me so much about this diet now (that he has had great success w/ in the past). Thanks so much!
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Old Sun, Nov-23-08, 19:34
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Good Idea! I made this with 20/80 ground round, parmesan cheese, ms. dash (a little), oregano (alot), amd minced onion and garlic. I put them in a frying pan with about 3-4mm of EVOO and browned them. Then after brown on all sides, I put them on a cookie sheet and baked for 15 min. Ate them with some ketchup. They were awsome..they tased like lamb. Thanks foe the idea.
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Old Sat, Jan-10-09, 22:24
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mmmm. we made 2 batches that we tweaked
1) 2:1 ground beef to sausage & added minced mini-portobello mushrooms
2) 2:1 ground beef to sausage, added the minced mushrooms and swapped the sausage for a handful of real bacon bits.


Yummy stuff. made a great munchy dinner tonight
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Old Tue, Jan-19-10, 21:33
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These sound great! I am going to get ground Italian sausage as I am not a fan of the breakfast variety. Maybe throw in some of those mushrooms WIP mentioned. These meatballs and some Ranch dressing - great snack or meal!!
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Old Wed, Jan-20-10, 07:37
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sounds pretty good. sue
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Old Thu, Jan-21-10, 20:29
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These were a little spicey for me. Next time I'll use 2# hamburger and one pound of sausage. Still, a good recipe and it made plenty. Thanks!
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