Looking for the best dip for sausage balls? We have a few you can enjoy with Bisquick sausage balls 3 ingredients. From creamy and savory to a bit sweet and spicy you can serve them all and enjoy.
We have a few dip for sausage balls recipes to share with you today. I mean you can enjoy them as is because they are wonderfully savory bite sized bits of goodness, but I mean….. Dipping sauces make everything taste better right?? (affiliate links present)
Dipping Sauce for Sausage Balls
My kids like a bunch of choices when I serve these, but our Idaho fry sauce is probably their favorite. I mean you don’t have to live in this state to make and/or enjoy this, we are an equal opportunity state. 😉 It was created in Utah originally though at a burger joint and is now really popular here because….
Well we have a lot of potatoes and thus french fries here and quite frankly if we want a finger food kinda’ meal these are a great duo with this sweet and savory sauce. If you want some heat mixed in you can always add Sriracha or some red pepper flakes into the mixes.
Sour Cream Dip for Sausage Balls
Sausage Ball Dip
Here you can find Lawson’s chip dip. Yes, obviously it is creamy and wonderful with chips but also we like it with these. If you like creamy selections like ranch dressing (which is also a great choice if you want to serve up all the things) this one is great. Dill is just the bomb with everything to me.
Another creamy cream cheese dip works well too. 😉 If you want more and more cheddar, serve with this Velveeta cheese sauce. I mean is there such a thing as too much cheese?? Not in our house this wouldn’t be the case so we love this on broccoli (of course) and ground sausage balls.
What Can I Dip Sausage Balls in
I mean does there have to be just one? If I do make these as an easy throw together dinner the kiddos really like it if I bring out ALL THE SAUCES. Then I have small dixie cups like this next to the plates so they can put a little in each one so each bite is different. Fun idea right??
Mustard Dip for Sausage Balls
Ok so I have served these alongside air fryer sausage (or brats) and those turned out to be great brunch choices. I thought our pretzel mustard dip would go really well so I whipped up a batch real quick, OMG it was amazing. With a touch of sweetness in there it went well with both and had to share the recipe with others that day.
Sweet Chili Dipping Sauce for Sausage Balls
Another one that is a bit spicy (but you can adjust that) with bottled sweet chili sauce we called Asian spicy sauce. This is great on all the things including wings, fries, chicken, the list goes on and on. Actually I haven’t found anything I don’t like it on so…..
Surprisingly we use this chicken nugget dipping sauce because it’s sweet and spicy, you can see how great it looks below. It literally goes with anything, especially if you like some heat to your dish. Heck, we have even dipped steamed dumplings inside of it and it was a real hit.
If you do make these often you might want to make a larger batch of your favorite sausage balls sauces and save them for the next go around. If so, store in a sealed container like mason jars or squeeze bottles you’d normally store ketchup in. Some you can enjoy with chips too like our pickle and ranch dip.
Best Dipping Sauce for Sausage Cheddar Balls
I have included the recipe for another one below. To make the others listed in this post just click on the blue link of the one you’re curious about and the recipe will be at the bottom of that post. You’ll want a large bowl to make your pork sausage cheddar cheese balls. I use Bisquick biscuit mix to make mine.
No stand mixer is necessary to make the main star for game day y’all. Good old fashioned elbow grease to blend your baking mix, Italian sausage or breakfast sausage and sharp cheddar is all. Pop them on a large baking sheet into a preheated oven for less than 30 minutes cooking time and done. Recipe link for those at top of this post.
- Small bowl to mix
- This one too uses that great sweet chili sauce
- Sriracha is a great way to make any of these spicy
- I like a little squeeze of fresh or bottled lime juice for a kick
- And seasoned salt to your liking, just a bit
Jump to recipe below or your favorite selection above and let us know which are your faves!!
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Dip for Sausage Balls
- 1 Bowl
- In a bowl whisk all ingredients together. Taste, add a pinch of Lawry's seasoned salt if desired, taste, adjust if you want a bit more of this or heat.