Healthy Low Fat Turkey Meatballs. Healthy Turkey Meatballs without breadcrumbs baked in the oven until juicy inside and golden outside. I just like the taste of turkey, end of story. And I still feel they are more low fat than pork or beef meatballs.
Turkey Meatballs – Easy, healthy and full of flavor. Low in carbs and fat and high in protein. Low fat high protein tasty turkey meatballs. You can have Healthy Low Fat Turkey Meatballs by using 6 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that:
Ingredients of Healthy Low Fat Turkey Meatballs
- It’s 500 g of turkey mince.
- You need 1 of large egg.
- It’s 20 g of shredded parmesan cheese.
- Prepare 30 g of wholemeal bread crumbs.
- You need 50 g of pesto (olive, mixed peppers and sundried tomato).
- Prepare of salt and pepper.
Add meatballs to your favourite pasta or on rice. They are nice with a tomato based sauce or a creamy garlic sauce like alfredo. TIP – You can use any type of bread crumbs like gluten free, panko or just plan. The turkey meatballs are low fat and studded with raisins and pepitas.
Healthy Low Fat Turkey Meatballs step by step
- Pre heat oven to 180c and lightly spray an oven tray with olive oil..
- In a large mixing bowl add all the ingredients together, season with salt and pepper and mix until bound all together..
- Roll the turkey mix into small balls and place on the oiled tray you should get 24 meatballs all up..
- Add meatballs to your favourite pasta or on rice. They are nice with a tomato based sauce or a creamy garlic sauce like alfredo..
- Tip You can use any type of bread crumbs like gluten free, panko or just plan. Also you could use a plain sundried tomato pesto instead of the olive and mixed pepper..
Instead of starchy rice, I used the superfood quinoa and mixed it with seasoned black beans and lime juice. The charred shishito peppers are slightly sweet and smoky, a well balanced healthy meal prep. This healthy recipe is delicious, easy to make and it will. Keywords: kid friendly meatballs, Turkey Meatballs, weight watchers turkey meatballs. My husband who is Italian loved them!