Healthy Italian Wedding Soup

Studded with chicken meatballs and filled with veggies, this Italian Wedding Soup is a lightened up take on the classic. This hearty soup is family-friendly and would make great leftovers. Opt to make it lower carb by skipping any added pasta, or go ahead and make it the classic way with your favorite pasta shape.

Healthy Italian wedding soup in a pot with ground chicken meatballs and kale.Healthy Italian Wedding Soup

There is nothing like a hearty soup for a cool winter day! And this Healthy Italian Wedding Soup does not disappoint. The soup has some similar flavors to a classic chicken soup, but instead of the chicken there are tiny meatballs added along with hearty greens. If you are wondering why it’s called Italian Wedding Soup, it isn’t because this is traditionally served at weddings! The name refers to the marriage of flavors between the meatballs and the greens here. And they really are a great combination! This healthier version uses nutrient-dense kale and lightened up ground turkey or chicken meatballs. We’ve opted to leave out the pasta here for a more low-carb take, but feel free to cook some of your favorite small pasta shapes here.

A pot of Italian wedding soup with kale.

Ingredients Needed

Can you change the greens for something else?

We’ve opted to use kale here. But feel free to change it add in spinach or escarole instead. If adding spinach, you don’t need to cook it as long so add it in towards the end along with the meatballs.

How to Add Pasta

The exact timing of when you add in the pasta will depend on the type of pasta you are using, but it will be added in when you are simmering the soup. Check out the cook time on the box of pasta and simmer it for the length of time specified.

A bowl of Italian wedding soup with ground turkey meatballs.

Do you need to bake the meatballs?

We opted to bake the meatballs and then add them into the soup to simmer. If you prefer to sear the meatballs on the stove first or even add them in raw to cook in the broth that works too.

Can you make this soup ahead of time?

Soups are the ultimate make ahead meal and it’s freezer-friendly! This  would be a great meal prep item to make a double batch of. Freeze some to eat later, and eat some throughout the week for lunches or dinners. Once frozen, leave in the refrigerator overnight to defrost and them simmer gently on the stovetop until reheated.

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Paleo Italian Wedding Soup

Studded with meatballs and filled with veggies, this Italian Wedding Soup is a lightened up take on the classic. This hearty soup is family friendly and would make great leftovers. Opt to make it lower carb by skipping any added pasta, or go ahead and make it the classic way with your favorite pasta shape.


Yield 4-6
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Recipe Type: Soup
Cuisine Gluten-free
Difficulty: Easy
Author: Lexi
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Ingredients

For Meatballs:

For Soup:

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil 
  • 3 carrots, peeled and diced fine
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 celery stalks, diced fine
  • 1 yellow onion, diced fine
  • 1 teaspoon fine sea salt
  • ½ teaspoon ground black pepper
  • 2 large handfuls kale or spinach, chopped
  • 6 cups chicken stock (homemade or store-bought)
  • ½ cup fresh basil, roughly chopped
  • ⅓ cup fresh parsley, roughly chopped
  • Parmesan cheese, for topping

      Directions

      1. Preheat oven to 350ºF and lightly grease a rimmed baking sheet.
      2. Add ground meat, egg, almond flour, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, herbs, salt and red pepper flakes to a large bowl and mix together until fully incorporated. Roll meat mixture into 1-½” balls (about 3 tablespoons each) and place on the rimmed baking sheet.
      3. Bake for 15 minutes, or until the meatballs are fully cooked through to a temperature of 165ºF degrees.
      4. Meanwhile, make the soup: Heat oil over medium heat in a large dutch oven. Once hot, add carrots, garlic, celery, onion and salt and pepper and cook until beginning to soften about 10 minutes.
      5. Add in greens and cook until they are wilted.
      6. Pour in chicken stock, bring up to a boil and then lower heat to a simmer for 10 minutes. If adding pasta, this is when you would add it here depending on the shape of pasta. Add in cooked meatballs and simmer for 5 more minutes.
      7. Add in herbs, parmesan cheese and season to taste with additional salt and pepper.

      Recipe Notes

      1. If turkey or chicken meatball mixture is difficult to work with, you can chill the mixture in the freezer for about 5 minutes or so, or you can use a cookie scoop to scoop the mixture. Also, using wet hands or even food safe gloves makes working with the ground turkey / chicken mixture easier.
      2. Omit cheese for Whole30 and Paleo friendly.
      3. This soup is a great meal prep option and even freezes well.

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      Healthy Italian Wedding Soup

      These Gluten Free Swedish Meatballs are the perfect cozy dinner. They’re warm and comforting with just enough (dairy-free) creamy gravy to make you feel a bit indulgent. What is even better is that they’re simple to make and a crowd favorite. They’re Whole30 and Paleo friendly and totally dairy-free.

      Gluten free Swedish Meatballs smothered in gravy on a plate.Gluten Free Swedish Meatballs

      Swedish meatballs may be just be the ultimate comfort, especially when they’re served on top of a bed of mashed potatoes! The meatballs are so tender with a hint of warmth from the allspice covered in a creamy gravy that just so happens to be dairy and gluten-free. 

      Ingredient mixture for gluten free Swedish Meatballs.Ingredients Needed

      How It’s Made Dairy-Free

      We’re big fans of cashew cream here at LCK. Cashew cream is simply soaked cashews that are blended until they are smooth and creamy. It’s a great replacement for heavy cream or in some recipes cream cheese. It can be used for both savory or sweet recipes but also it’s just kind of delicious! It works so well with these Swedish Meatballs. We wrote a whole recipe, complete with a video, on how to make it. So check out this post if you want all the tips on making it.

      If you can’t tolerate nuts, but can tolerate dairy feel free to swap out the cashew cream 1-1 with heavy cream.

      Browned meatballs in a pan.

      How to Make Paleo and Whole30 Swedish Meatballs

      Begin by making your meatball mixture by adding all the ingredients into a bowl and mixing together until fully incorporated. Roll meat mixture into 1-½” balls and set aside.

      Next you’re going to sear the meatballs in a skillet and lock in all that delicious flavor. Brown on all sides of the meatball and then set them aside on a plate while you make the gravy.

      Before you start the gravy, make an arrowroot slurry by whisking together the arrowroot starch and water. You’ll need this to thicken up the gravy. Set aside until you are ready to use it.

      Then you’re going to toast up some grated onion, coconut aminos and dijon in the pan for a minute before deglazing that pan with some beef broth. Add in the cashew cream and some of arrowroot slurry and scrape up any browned bits on the bottom of the pan.

      Return the meatballs to the gravy and cook them until they’ve reached an internal temperature of 165ºF.

      If the gravy hasn’t thickened enough, stir in the remainder of the slurry and then taste and adjust the seasoning!

      Gravy covered gluten free Swedish Meatballs in a pan.

      What to Serve with Dairy Free Swedish Meatballs

      Swedish meatballs can be served over a bed of mashed potatoes or buttered noodles and typically served with a sweet fruit compote like lingonberry sauce.

      Some other options to serve with the dish:

      Gluten free Swedish Meatballs on a bed of mashed potatoes.

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      Gluten Free Swedish Meatballs

      These Gluten Free Swedish Meatballs are the perfect cozy dinner. They’re warm and comforting with just enough (dairy-free) creamy gravy to make you feel a bit indulgent. What is even better is that they're simple to make and a crowd favorite. They're Whole30 and Paleo friendly and totally dairy-free.


      Yield 4
      Prep Time 10 minutes
      Cook Time 25 minutes
      Total Time 35 minutes
      Recipe Type: Dinner
      Cuisine Gluten Free
      Difficulty: Moderate
      Author: Lexi's Clean Kitchen
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      Ingredients

      For Meatballs:

      For Gravy:

      Directions

      1. Add beef, pork, almond flour, onion, parsley, egg, garlic powder, salt, pepper and allspice to a large bowl and mix together until fully incorporated. Roll meat mixture into 1-½” balls (about 3 tablespoons each) and set aside.
      2. Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a large cast iron skillet over medium. Once hot add half of meatballs to the pan, and brown on all sides, about 1-2 minutes per side. Set aside. Repeat with remaining meatballs, adding more oil if needed, and remove from the skillet and shut off heat. 
      3. Pour off excess oil from the skillet, without disturbing any of the browned bits on the bottom of the pan.
      4. Return heat to medium and add in the grated onion, coconut aminos and dijon and cook, stirring, for 1 minute. Add in beef broth and cashew cream and scrape up any browned bits on the bottom of the pan.
      5. Meanwhile, make an arrowroot slurry by whisking together arrowroot with 1 tablespoon of water in a small bowl.
      6. Whisk 2 teaspoons of the arrowroot slurry to the gravy until fully incorporated and bring the gravy to a soft boil. Lower the heat to simmer and add back in meatballs.
      7. Cook the meatballs, stirring occassionally, for 8-10 minutes, or until the meatballs have reached an internal temperature of 165.
      8. If the gravy hasn’t thickened enough, stir in the remainder of the slurry. Taste and adjust the seasoning.
      9. Serve meatballs with gravy and additional parsley over mashed potatoes, buttered noodles or spaghetti squash.

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      Gluten-free Swedish Meatballs

      Flavored with Italian seasoning, with a touch of spinach added in, these Paleo Turkey Meatballs make for a great weeknight dinner or meal prep solution! Double or triple the batch and serve some for now and save some for later. Serve with your favorite homemade or store-bought marinara and spaghetti squash and you’ve got the perfect lightened-up dinner.

      Paleo turkey meatballs in a bowl with marinara sauce.Paleo Turkey Meatballs with Spinach

      This gluten-free and Paleo Turkey Meatballs are a classic LCK recipe you’ve been loving since 2013! We went ahead and gave the recipe and photos a little update. We are so glad we did as it reminded us of how amazing these meatballs are, especially for meal prep! Make a double or triple batch of these Italian flavored meatballs and use some right away and then save some for later. Meatballs are great to keep in the freezer because they’re quick and easy to pull out on a moments notice and reheat in your favorite homemade or store-bought marinara sauce.

      Paleo turkey meatballs with spinach on a sheet pan.

      Gluten Free Turkey Meatball Ingredients

      Paleo meatballs made without dairy in a pan

      Make Ahead Meatballs and Freezer Instructions

      Meatballs are the perfect make-ahead meal! They can made a few days ahead and left in the refrigerator or they can be frozen for up to 2 months.

      To freeze meatballs, let them fully cool at room temperature and then transfer to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Let freeze for at least 1 hour, and then transfer them to a long term storage bag or container. Store for up to 2 months. Defrost in the refrigerator overnight, or warm up in your favorite pasta sauce over low heat.

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      Gluten Free Turkey Meatballs with Spinach

      This Sheet Pan Greek Meatballs with Veggies and Chickpeas is a delicious dinner that will make the whole family happy! The greek meatballs have a healthy dose of spinach and a nice bright lemon and herb flavor to complement the veggies and chickpeas. This largely hands-off cooking dinner is gluten-free and optionally dairy-free too!

      Sheet Pan Greek MeatballsSheet Pan Greek Meatballs with Veggies and Chickpeas

      We can’t get enough of sheet pan dinners, and we’re happy to hear neither can you! Sheet pan dinners are great because they minimize dishes and utilize hands-off cooking! We love this Sheet Pan Greek Meatballs with Veggies and Chickpeas for all of those reasons, but most important we love it because that flavor is so bright with a healthy does of vegetables! The meatballs are made up of chicken, spinach, lemon and greek spices and optionally feta. It’s easy to leave that out if you are dairy-free but we love the salty kick it gives the meatballs.

      We used a bunch of veggies like red onions, peppers and eggplants  to accompany the meatballs, but it’s easy to swap out for what’s in season or available to you, so long as it cooks in relatively the same amount of time. The chickpeas don’t get super crunchy because they’re cooked with a lot of vegetables with moisture but they add some nice texture and of course a healthy dose of fiber! All together this dish is so flavorful and likely to be your new favorite sheet pan dinner!

      What vegetables go with meatballs?

      We love recipes when they’re versatile in terms of what veggies you can use, and this sheet pan dinner is no exception. We opted to use red onions, red peppers and eggplants (along with chickpeas) for this dish because they complemented the lemon and herb greek meatballs, but really you could use any veggies that would cook in the directed amount of time. Some other options:

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      Sheet Pan Greek Meatballs with Veggies and Chickpeas

      This Sheet Pan Greek Meatballs with Veggies and Chickpeas is a delicious dinner that will make the whole family happy! The greek meatballs have a healthy dose of spinach and a nice bright lemon and herb flavor to complement the veggies and chickpeas. This largely hands-off cooking dinner is gluten-free and optionally dairy-free too!


      Yield 4
      Prep Time 15 minutes
      Cook Time 25 minutes
      Total Time 40 minutes



      Author: Lexi's Clean Kitchen
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      Ingredients

      For Veggies and Chickpeas:

      • 1 tablespoon oil
      • 1- 15 ounce can chickpeas, drained and rinsed
      • 1 red bell pepper, cored and sliced
      • 1 red onion, cored and sliced
      • ½ eggplant, diced to 1 inch pieces
      • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
      • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
      • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
      • ½ teaspoon salt
      • ½ teaspoon pepper

      For meatballs:

      • 1 egg
      • 2 tablespoons almond flour
      • 1 teaspoon oregano
      • ½ teaspoon salt
      • ½ teaspoon pepper
      • Zest from 1 lemon
      • 2 cloves garlic, minced
      • 1/2 cup frozen chopped spinach, squeeze out
      • 1/2 cup feta cheese, plus more for garnish (optional)
      • 2 green onions
      • 1 lb. ground chicken (white or dark meat)
      • parsley, for garnish

      Directions

      1. Preheat oven to 400ºF and lightly oil a 12" x 18" sheet pan.
      2. In a large bowl mix all of the ingredients for the veggies and chickpeas and toss to combine. Place the vegetable mixture on the sheet pan, spread out evenly and bake for 15 minutes.
      3. Meanwhile to the bowl add the egg, almond flour, oregano, salt, pepper, lemon zest and garlic and whisk until combined. Add in the spinach, feta, green onions and ground chicken and mix together.
      4. Take the sheet pan out of the oven at 15 minutes and move the veggies and chickpeas to each side to make space in the center for the meatballs.
      5. Using a small scoop (like a cookie scoop) portion meatballs onto the sheet pan (you want the meatballs to me on the small size, about 1” in diameter). Bake for an additional 10 minutes, or until the meatballs have cooked through to 165ºF.
      6. Garnish with fresh parsley and serve immediately, or portion in meal prep containers and cool completely before closing the lid.

      Recipe Notes

      1. For dairy-free: leave out the feta!

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      Sheet Pan Greek Meatballs with Veggies and Chickpeas

      These Turkey Apple Meatballs are the perfect fall dinner. They’re warm and comforting with just enough hint of spice to make you remember the season has changed. But even better is that you can have them on your table in under 30 minutes after coming home from fantastic fall activities! Oh, and they’re paleo, gluten-free and absolutely kid-friendly!

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      Turkey Apple Meatballs with Sage

      Whether you love it or hate it, fall is just around the corner! And this is our quintessential welcome Fall easy 30 minute dinner! For so many of you the welcoming of this season means back from vacations and back to school! This time can be an adjustment, and the last thing you need is to be running around the kitchen making a complicated meal. So we’ve got your covered with these super easy and delicious Turkey Apple Meatballs with sage.

      These meatballs are super easy to prepare and SUPER YUMMY. They’re barely sweet from the apples with a hint of warmth from the allspice. I had to include the sage that’s growing so well from my garden and it was the perfect addition. We like to serve them with butternut squash noodles (or sweet potato noodles) that we quickly sauté up with some garlic and oil. For a more kid-friendly option feel free to serve with some pasta with garlic and olive oil. Either way, they’re just what you’ll want on your table for dinner!

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      Gluten Free Turkey Apple Meatball Ingredients

      How to Make Gluten Free Sage Turkey Meatballs

      We opted to pan-sear these first to give a nice caramelized flavor before finishing cooking them in the oven, but feel free to bake them from the start all the way through if you don’t want the extra step.

      To Make Them:

      First, Pre-heat oven to 375º and line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Then mix together the meatball ingredients and form into 12 meatballs.

      Then pan sear them, taking care to leave enough space in between each and brown meatballs on all sides, about 2 minutes per side. You may need to do this step in batches depending on how large your skillet is. 

      Finally, transfer the browned meatballs to the prepared baking sheet and bake in the oven until fully cooked through and reached an internal temperature of 165º.

      Serve them hot with butternut squash noodles or pasta, or your preferred side dish.

      Sage turkey meatballs

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      Apple Sage Turkey Meatballs

      These Turkey Apple Meatballs are the perfect fall dinner. They're warm and comforting with just enough hint of spice to make you remember the season has changed. But even better is that you can have them on your table in under 30 minutes after coming home from fantastic fall activities! Oh, and they're paleo, gluten-free and absolutely kid-friendly!


      Yields 12
      Prep Time 10 minutes
      Cook Time 16 minutes
      Total Time 26 minutes



      Author: Lexi's Clean Kitchen
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      Ingredients

      • 1 lb. ground turkey (light or dark meat)
      • 1 medium apple, peeled and grated
      • 1 egg, beaten
      • 3 cloves garlic, minced
      • 3 tablespoons almond flour
      • 1 tablespoon (about 5 leaves) fresh sage
      • 1 teaspoon white ground pepper
      • 1 teaspoon onion powder
      • 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt
      • pinch allspice
      • 1 tablespoon avocado oil

      Directions

      1. Pre-heat oven to 375º and line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.
      2. In a large bowl add all of the ingredients and mix until fully combined. Form into 12 meatballs.
      3. Heat a large skillet over medium high heat. Once hot, add oil. Add meatballs, taking care to leave enough space in between each and brown meatballs on all sides, about 2 minutes per side. You may need to do this step in batches depending on how large your skillet is. (See note)
      4. Transfer browned meatballs to the prepared baking sheet and bake in the oven until fully cooked through and reached an internal temperature of 165º,  about 10-15 minutes.
      5. Serve meatballs hot with butternut squash noodles or pasta.

      Recipe Notes

      1. Although we love the caramelized apple due to the extra step of browning these meatballs, you can skip this step and just bake in the oven. Bake at 400º for 10-15 minutes until the meatballs have fully cooked through and reached an internal temperature of 165º.

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      Apple Sage Turkey Meatballs

      These Thai Meatballs are paleo, gluten-free, and bursting with flavor. They are a healthy meatball recipe that everybody will love. This thai meatball recipe is loaded with veggies and infused with the perfect flavor combination of ginger, chili, garlic, and more. A total crowd pleaser that gets rave reviews!

      Paleo Thai Meatballs

        Thai Meatballs

      It took me a good three attempts to perfect these Thai Turkey Meatballs just right, and man are they a hit. The first time, the flavors just weren’t there… The second attempt was better, but needed a little more. Third times a charm because these FLEW off the plate. We couldn’t stop talking about how much we loved them and wanted them again.

      Paleo Thai Meatballs Ingredients

      Healthy Thai Turkey Meatballs

      Plus, these could not be easier to make. Mix all the ingredients, toss on a baking sheet, bake, and enjoy! They make for a great meal prep option too! Protein packed, nutritious, and easy to take on the go.

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      We always buy organic ground turkey whenever possible!

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      Thai Meatballs

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      Paleo Thai Meatballs


      Yield 4
      Prep Time 10 min
      Cook Time 20 min
      Total Time 30 minutes



      Author: Lexi
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      Ingredients

        Meatballs

        Sauce

        Directions

        • Preheat oven to 375
        • In a bowl combine all meatball ingredients
        • Mix well and form into balls
        • Place balls on lined baking sheet and bake for 15-20 minutes
        • While baking, combine all sauce ingredients in a small pot over medium heat
        • Once boiling, stir, and reduce heat to a simmer
        • When meatballs are done pour sauce over it, or use sauce as a dipping sauce

        Recipe Notes

        • *Can sub sriracha for chili paste

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        Thai Meatballs

        Nanny's Sweet & Sour Meatballs {Paleo-friendly, perfect for passover, low-carb} | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

        Nanny’s Sweet and Sour Meatballs are a family staple holiday recipe, made a little bit cleaner! We love this slightly sweetened sauce paired with the gluten-free meatballs for a perfect holiday meal.

        Nanny's Sweet and Sour Meatballs | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

        Last week I talked a little about Passover and my family. Specifically my nanny (also known as grandma). This little lady (little, like me), is extremely special to me.  She is also a mean cook in the kitchen. I’ve learned many tricks of the trade from her, especially when it comes to Holiday cooking. I also dedicated my cookbook to her! If you’ve made Nanny’s Potted Chicken, you already know how fabulous her cooking is!

        When she gave me her Swedish Meatballs and Rolled Cabbage recipe, I knew it was something I wanted to adapt to be a tad cleaner. After a few trial and errors, I’ve made a sauce almost identical to Nanny’s. Note: We used to call these Swedish meatballs in our family, but sweet and sour is way more appropriate!

        Nanny's Sweet and Sour Meatballs | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

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        Nanny's Sweet and Sour Meatballs


        Yields 6
        Prep Time 10 min
        Cook Time 25 min
        Total Time 35 minutes



        Author: Lexi
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        Ingredients

          Sauce

          • 2 teaspoons oil of choice
          • 1 cup cremini mushrooms, mined
          • 1 28 ounce can tomato sauce
          • 1/2 cup fresh pineapple juice
          • 1/2 cup crushed pineapple
          • 1/2 cup dried cranberries
          • 2 tablespoons honey
          • 1 tablespoon dried minced onion
          • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
          • 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
          • A squeeze of lemon juice
          • 1/2 tablespoon fine sea salt, more to taste

          Meatballs

          Directions

          1. Heat oil in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add mushrooms and cook for 5 minutes, until they start to caramelize and brown.
          2. Add the rest of the sauce ingredients to the pan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat.
          3. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 15-20 minutes, taste and adjust spices as necessary.
          4. In a bowl, combine meat, almond flour, egg, salt, and pepper. Mix well and roll into balls.
          5. Gently add the meatballs to the simmering sauce. Use a spoon to spoon sauce over meatballs to cover them in the sauce as they cook.
          6. Let simmer over medium-low heat for an additional 15 minutes, or until the meatballs are fully cooked and no pink remains. Serve warm.

          Recipe Notes

          • *Nanny uses a blend of half ground chuck and half ground veil in her original recipe.
          • **Nanny's original sauce recipe: 1 can cranberry sauce (whole or jelly), 1 28-ounce can tomato sauce, 1 can Sauce Arturo, a little lemon juice.
          • ***Photos updated March, 2017

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          Nanny’s Sweet and Sour Meatballs

          These chicken meatballs would make the perfect healthy Superbowl appetizer or… serve it over cauliflower rice with a side of stir-fry veggies and have yourself a nice, quick and easy dinner!SAVORY SUNDAYS

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          Light Sesame Asian Meatballs

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