A ball, or drop, of any semi-liquid mixture of flour combined with water. The most common examples of batterballs are the drops of cornmeal that are left over on the sticks of corndogs (usually located halfway down the stick where the hot dog ends and the stick begins) and the baby pancakes that are formed when drops of pancake batter fall onto the skillet or gridle, but are seperated from the actual pancake. Do not let the size and appearance of batterballs fool you, they are the tastiest food on Earth, if they qualify as a food.
Guy 1: Dude what do you call the leftover batter on a corndog stick?
Guy 2: A batterball.
guy 1: Oh... I guess that makes sense.