The best Mexican Bisquick Sausage Balls are made with only 4 ingredients in under 30 minutes for an easy recipe that makes a delicious party app or game day snack!
What goes better with football than sausage balls? That’s why I’ve created enough sausage ball recipes to make a sausage ball bar at my house on game day!
Yes, a sausage ball bar is an actual thing at my house and yes, it’s amazing!
For the lineup:
- Buffalo Cheesy Sausage Balls
- Gluten Free Sweet Potato Sausage Balls
- Sausage Stuffing Balls
- Cheesy Taco Sausage Balls
- Mexican Bisquick Sausage Balls
The best thing about all of these recipes in the sausage ball lineup is that they can be made ahead of time, that way, when it’s game time, you’re on the couch with a plate of sausage balls, instead of in the kitchen!
Mexican Bisquick Sausage Balls
These bisquick sausage balls are made in just 25 minutes by combining bisquick, chorizo, cheddar cheese and diced green chilies, forming into 30-35 golf ball sized balls and baking in the oven at 375°F for 15 minutes.
How to serve Sausage Balls
If serving immediately from the oven, place on a large plate or platter and serve. To keep them warm throughout a party, place them in a slow cooker set to warm.
What to dip Sausage Balls In
These sausage balls can be served on their own or with a dipping sauce. I served them with a creamy avocado sauce and made a dip combining sour cream and hot sauce to serve on the side.
What is Mexican chorizo?
I love making chorizo tacos, burritos and quesadillas because you don’t have to add any extra spices, the chorizo is already so flavorful and brings a slight spice to any dish.
What’s the difference between Spanish and Mexican chorizo?
If you’ve never cooked with chorizo, it’s important to know the difference between Mexican chorizo and Spanish chorizo.
Spanish chorizo is smoked and cured, which means it’s already cooked and can be served straight from the package on a charcuterie board or in a recipe.
Mexican chorizo is raw, which means it needs to be cooked before adding it to the recipe or in the recipe-making process.
Now who’s excited to try some Mexican chorizo in these sausage balls? I know I already can’t wait to make them again!
Mexican Sausage Balls
- 3 cups bisquick mix
- 2 cups cheddar cheese shredded
- 2 lbs Mexican chorizo sausage
- 7 oz can diced green chilies
Preheat oven to 375°F.
In a large bowl, combine all of the ingredients, form into 30-35 golf-ball-sized balls.
Place on a baking sheet and into the oven for 15-18 minutes.
To make these sausage balls gluten free, create gluten free bisquick by combining 3 cups gluten free flour with 4 ½ tsp baking powder, ¾ tsp salt and 3 tbsp olive oil. Always make sure the chorizo used is also gluten free.