These meatballs are for kids and they can customize them for their lunch. They will feel proud and actually eat them. I’m always trying to get the kids involved in lunch making. Every ingredient is optional so make them any way you want. Adults will enjoy these meatballs too.
Heaping spoonful of ketchup
small Spoonful of mustard
Spoonful of relish
Equal amounts of diced pickles, diced onion, diced cooked bacon,
and shredded cheese
Large dash of garlic powder
Dash of salt and pepper
As a side – serve with ketchup, pickles, veggies and plain chips.
Why not make a cheeseburger meatball sub or a salad with meatballs? Dress your salad with a mixture of mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard and relish.
Equal amounts of diced onion, diced red pepper and shredded cheese.
Spoonful of tomato paste
Many large dashes of chili powder
Couple dashes of paprika, cumin and oregano
Dash of garlic powder, all spice, salt and pepper
As a side – serve with salsa, red pepper, avocado and nacho chips. Try a Taco meatball salad too! So Yummy!
Shepherd’s pie meatballs
Equal amounts of diced onion, corn, shredded potato,
and shredded cheese
A few large dashes of parsley
Dash of marjoram, optional
Dash of sage, garlic powder, salt and pepper
As a side – serve with ketchup, veggies and roasted potato.
Prepare a broiler pan with parchment paper and cut slits in the paper for the fat to fall through.
Mix the egg and all the ingredients then add the meat; mix until combined.
Bake at 375 for about 20-25 minutes. Cooking time depends on the size of the meatballs. I use a meat thermometer until it reaches 170 degrees.
Shredded cheese makes a mess when it melts so do not use too much. I cubed some cheese and moulded the meat around it but it still leaked out.
Remember everything is optional so be creative and add anything you like.
Why not try adding quinoa, cabbage or oatmeal in your meatballs.
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They look so good. Great idea.