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Pasta with Turkey Meatballs and Roasted Vegetables Simply Recipes plain bread crumbs, ground black pepper, ground turkey, red bell peppers and 20 more Pomegranate Turkey Meatballs Simek’s. In this healthy turkey meatball recipe, a base of sautéed mushrooms, celery and garlic adds flavor and helps keep calories in check and portions hearty. Serve these meatballs with marinara as an appetizer, on top of spaghetti or on a roll for a healthy meatball sub. Add my delicious but healthy Baked Turkey Meatball recipe to your menu plan this week. This clean eating recipe for turkey meatballs is super simple to make and packs tons of flavor without the guilt of being high in calories.

A great dairy free and low carb recipe that is versatile enough to be served on a sandwich, in a soup or topping your. To make turkey meatballs in the broiler. Preheat broiler. Place meatballs on a lined baking sheet.

Broil on HIGH for 10 minutes or until meatballs are cooked through. Since all broilers are different, check on them after 5 minutes, you can flip them over and broil for another 5 minutes. How to make Healthy Turkey Meatballs. To make healthy turkey meatballs add al of your ingredients into a bowl. Mix together until combined.

Roll into balls and place on a parchment lined baking sheet. Bake + enjoy!Combine turkey, bread crumbs, spinach, egg, onion powder, and garlic powder together in a bowl. Roll mixture into palm-size meatballs and place 2 inches.

Mix together the meatball ingredients and form into meatballs. Bake them for 15 minutes at 400°F. For juicy meatballs, make sure you don’t overbake them. Gently heat the sauce ingredients in a saucepan. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F and line 2 large baking sheets with unbleached parchment paper and spray with cooking spray.

Or I love using silicone baking mats, no oil necessary. Make meatball mixture by combining ground turkey, zucchini, eggs, garlic, onion flakes, oregano, salt and pepper in a large bowl. Mix well with your hands. The Best Healthy Ground Turkey Meatballs Recipes on Yummly | Sriracha-bulgur Turkey Cocktail Meatballs, Moroccan Turkey Meatballs, Quick And Easy Turkey Meatballs. knorr french onion recipe mix, eggs, Hellmann’s or Best Foods Real.

Mix up your meal rotation with healthy and versatile recipes for turkey meatballs.Turkey gives you all the protein and amino acids of red meat, but boasts a lower fat content.Prepare a large batch and eat fresh or freeze and use throughout the week for.

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These meatballs remind me of the Paleo-friendly stuffing recipe that I shared on a couple of years ago.

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Make the meatballs: In a large mixing bowl, combine the turkey, sausage, Parmesan, garlic, egg, parsley, Worcestershire sauce, salt, black pepper, and red pepper flakes.

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Do not use ground turkey breast meat (sometimes labeled 99 percent fat-free); it will make meatballs that are dry and grainy.

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Repeat with remaining 1 teaspoon each margarine Each serving: About 425 calories, 25g protein, 19g carbohydrate, and oil and remaining meatballs; transfer to plate.

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Simply switch the ground beef to ground turkey and the sweet-tart Sweet and Spicy Sauce juice from cranberry to pomegranate, and this recipe for Turkey Pomegranate Meatballs in the Recipe file which is located within the Culinary Nutrition website at, bespeaks healthy options.

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Prep time: 15 min • Cook time: 8 min • Yield:6 servings 1 pound 93 percent lean ground turkey 2 cups grated zucchini (1 large zucchini) 2 tablespoons parsley 1 teaspoon cumin 2 cloves crushed garlic 1⁄4 Ingredients Directions 1 Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: Turkey meatballs make a great alternative to the traditional beef and pork meatballs—if you can find a way to infuse them with flavor and keep them moist.

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Bonus: Because this recipe makes a nice big batch of meatballs, you’ll have plenty left over for future lunches and dinners.

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These Paleo Pesto Turkey Meatballs are incredibly tender and juicy, and come together in less than 40 minutes.

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Combine the turkey, oil, and salt in a bowl and form into one-inch meatballs.

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  • Only asking because my great grandma would make her traditional Swedish meatballs and gravy and these turkey meatballs look like they would be perfect for it!

  • “On top of spaghetti,

    All covered with cheese,

    I lost my poor meatball,

    When somebody sneezed.

    It rolled off the table,

    And on to the floor,

    And then my poor meatball,

    Rolled out of the door.

    It rolled in the garden,

    And under a bush,

    And then my poor meatball,

    Was nothing but mush.

    The mush was as tasty

    As tasty could be,

    And then the next summer,

    It grew into a tree.

    The tree was all covered,

    All covered with moss,

    And on it grew meatballs,

    And tomato sauce.

    So if you eat spaghetti,

    All covered with cheese,

    Hold on to your meatball,

    Whenever you sneeze.”

  • #NEWSUB Lovely video and very useful thanks very much. And as an Englishman I especially love your pronunciation of ‘Worcestershire Sauce’.

  • Diva girl Just made these for dinner and OMG they were a hit girl!!! I added spinach and served w/asparagus yummy! Definitely in my recipe rotation. Keep’em coming. Tfs

  • Not sure how I got here…but I’m happy I did. I don’t intend to make meatballs, but you seem like a little ray of sunshine ��☀️ so fun to listen to you!

  • I made these and my family thought they were delish! I think the mayo really made them extra tasty. Thanks for this yummy recipe it gonna be a staple recipe for me:)

  • another great recipe. They came out great. All my co workers had to smell me reheating my dinner in the microwave and they love it. Thx for the help once again

  • I wish the food network would give you a show. all they have on is washed up tv actresses who are too old for hollywood! maybe you could send them a video…i bet they would consider it if they saw you doing your fantastic recipes!!

  • That looks so good right now, especially knowing that Jalapeño, Cilantro, and that Chilli seasoning is in there, I bet it’s perfect. I’m actually due for a trip to the grocery store, so I might need try this…

  • Loved the recipe video! But you weren’t in depth about your diet routine. So you only eat these turkey balls to lose weight? Are you eating low carb? Please make a more detailed video. Thanks. Love you to pieces ����

  • Stopped at Walmart & bought Lipton Herb & Garlic soup mix. Tossed 1 packet into 1.5 lbs of ground turkey, rolled them into meatballs, browned them on the stove, added them to marinara sauce, cooked on low temperature, added cheese & was done. They were delicious & loaded with flavor. 7/18/19 @ 9:25P.

  • Had to put the subtitles on because you were talking sooo fast, couldn’t understand what you added after the garlic, crushed croutons, right, lol. Definately going to try these, have never made meatballs with turkey mince before.

  • I never heard of Dukes until I watched your channel. I found some in the Walmart here in the Michigan. Of course I had to grab. Can’t wait to use it.

  • Pleaseee upload your vlogs from Melbourne! (even though it was ages ago) I know the first time you lost your vlogging camera but there’s no excuse for not uploading Melbourne from last time! PLEASEEE <3 Lots of love from your melbournian fans Xx

  • Love your receipe. You did not use a lot of seasoning. I do not over power my food with seasoning. I will make them today for my family for dinner. ��

  • This looks really good I’m definitely going to try this! I’ve been looking for meatball recipes to stay within portions. I cook a lot of curry and lentil Curry with rice and trying to make something new so thank you ♥️

  • this is the first comment i have ever left and this is my husbands account lol. i just made these meatballs instead of worchestire sauce i used oyster sauce because thats what i had on hand. THESE ARE AMAZING! thanks again

  • She touches RAW turkey then touches everything else…. Cross contaminate all the seasoning bottles, her clothes, the stove all with the raw turkey hand?

  • you can make a creamy turkey gravy and serve them with mas and peas, kids them them, they say my gravey taste like ikea gravy witch they love,but I make my own as its healthier than the ikea meatball gravey, they gomad mad for my swedish meatbALLS TO INFACT I HAVE TO MAKE LOADS AS THEY INVITE THEIR FRIENDS HOME FOR DINNER JUST TO SHOW OFF HOW LUSH MUMS MEATBALLS ARE, LOL

  • I notice that all recipes for meatballs call for bread crumbs, or in this case, crushed croutons. Why? Whenever I’ve made meatballs over the decades, I’ve never added any. What have I been missing?

  • Look Delicious! Making this tomorrow but for someone like me, that doesn’t cook often. It would be nice to get some ideas of what side would go great with the meatballs.

  • Not to be a snob or anything but I couldn’t take my eyes off of all the cross contamination going on in that video. She touched raw meat then touched spices without washing her hands then she wiped her hands on her pants and went back to mixing raw meat after which she touched a bunch of stuff in the kitchen with her still dirty hands. Food industry has completely ruined me. I would never eat from that kitchen, I would be too paranoid. I will try this recipe however! Will use fresh garlic and salt and pepper. Thanks for sharing.

  • You didn’t even tell us what you put in the damn meat you just said herbs how is this a tutorial video you can’t even tell us how much butter to use tf

  • This recipe is a 10/10 for sure! I hope everyone who watches tries them because they are so easy and so yummy <3 Your videos are so easy to follow and I really appreciate that:) Thanks!!

  • I hate onions and garlic and people think its weird I like really plain food I love turkey burgers and all I do is put it in the instant pot and have it cook for 25 min then I take the burgers out and put only salt on them. only seasonings I like are salt and pepper.

  • I made this and brought to my friend’s. It was a hit! Really good����
    I’m gonna make again for my kids (spaghetti with turkey meatballs)

  • Welcome back Dannie! Thanks for the great recipe! I was wondering…can u sub the turkey for chick peas if you’re trying to cut meat? �� Leme try and let you know lol. Excited to watch more of your vids! ��

  • I never comment on YouTube videos but I must give your props!!! I’ve hated ground turkey for ages!!! I’m attempting to reintroduce it to my diet as it’s a healthier option.This recipe is so bomb! I’m mad I waited so long to search YouTube. THANK YOU!!!!

  • WOW!! Your videos are really good! It has great production quality! Hope you win over more subs soon! Also maybe you should show the number of subscribers to the audience as well!

  • Hey Amy use one of your stand mixers with the paddle to mix your meatloaf or meatballs ��, I use my glass bowl to do that when I need to mix meats. Yuck �� I hate to use my hands for that.

  • I use turkey breast from butchers I mince it in my blender, I use oats in my meatballs,healthier and taste better, I use different herbs and spices different times because my dog likes meatballs, tip,no meat balls need egg to binde I see so mANY PEOPLE DO THIS,AND ITS NO NEED,

  • Came across this one when I’m looking for a not boring turkey recipes, alright just hit the jackpot! Omg girl I love your energy! You have the sweetest voice I’ve ever heard��.

  • Thanks a lot Amy, now I’m hungry, and I just ate! Haha, fantastic recipe! Thank you so much!
    Also, I wanted to ask you to maybe try a recipe. I always wanted to know how to make a Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches. If you have a good recipe, I would love you to show us. ��