Grain-Free Baked Meatballs

This is a fun recipe where your kids can help and they can get their hands dirty too. Fresh baked meatballs are so easy to make, and they are very versatile for various dishes. Use your favorite sauce for a delicious meal, like tomato sauce, BBQ sauce, teriyaki sauce, etc.

Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN

Meatballs are always a favorite in our house, my kids especially love them. You can dress them up in spaghetti, swedish style, or with your favorite dipping sauces! We always serve them when we have guests over. I decided to experiment and come up with a grain-free version that holds together well. It was a success and these are our new favorites. We hope you enjoy them too!

Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN
Yield: Makes 50 Meatballs

Grain-Free Baked Meatballs

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

This is a fun recipe where your kids can help and they can get their hands dirty too. Fresh baked meatballs are so easy to make, and they are very versatile for various dishes. Use your favorite sauce for a delicious meal, like tomato sauce, BBQ sauce, teriyaki sauce, etc.

Ingredients

Instructions

    1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. 
    2. Line baking sheets with unbleached parchment paper.
    3. Combine dry ingredients in a large bowl and whisk to combine.
      Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN
    4. Add in the beef and eggs and mix with your hands, adding in milk to desired consistency.
      Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN
    5. Using a cookie scoop, scoop the mixture and form them into 2” balls.
      Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN
      Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN
      Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN
    6. Space evenly on the baking sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes.
      Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN
    7. Serve with toothpicks and dipping sauce, or add to spaghetti.
      Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN
      Grain-Free Baked Meatballs | Real Food RN

Notes

I like to add them to a warm pasta sauce and cook them on the stovetop before spooning it over the pasta of your choice. We prefer gluten-free pasta.

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