Turkey Meatballs

Gluten & Dairy Free Recipie 

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This is one of my GO TO recipes. When I originally found it, it was not gluten or dairy free so I modified it to meet my diet and it's still delicious! I always have these in my fridge or prepped in my freezer and constantly keep these supplies stocked so I can always throw this recipe together.

 It takes about 10 minutes to make and you cook for roughly 20 mins. 

I love small bites: protein balls, meatballs, etc. because they are easy to grab and go! It always eases my mind to know I have these already made and that I'm still following a gluten an dairy free diet!

I have also made these as a dish for parties and people who don't follow a gluten or dairy free diet absolutely love and rave about them. I'm always asked for the recipe, so HERE YA GO! 

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What you'll need: 

1 lb ground turkey 

1/4 cup fresh parsley (minced) 

1/4 red onion (minced)

2 cloves of minced garlic (fresh or jarred)

1/4 cup sun dried tomato (linked on my amazon product page)

1/3 cup Gluten and Dairy Free bread crumbs (also linked on my product page)

1 tbsp Olive Oil 

1 tsp Italian Seasoning 

1 tsp pink Himalayan salt (crushed)

1 tsp Ground Pepper

Note: season to your preference. I love parsley and garlic so I usually add a little extra of both! If you feel like they are to mushy when you roll them into a ball, add a little extra breadcrumbs!

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Combine into a bowl for a chunkier meat ball or mince in a food prosecutor! I like BOTH! 

 

Roll them into golf ball sized balls

Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes and then flip them for 5 minutes or until brown! 

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I eat mine with organic Ketchup and Kosher Dill Pickles, perfect snack or small lunch... lets be honest, I put them in a baggy in my purse and eat them all before lunch/dinner!

ENJOY ya'll!