Baked Turkey Meatballs

Baked Turkey Meatballs - If Tom Can Do It, You Can Do It

Growing up in an Italian family household, I have eaten my share of Italian meatballs. When the ingredients of a basic meatball are broken down, there are many options to make them healthier without sacrificing all of the taste. I have been substituting Ezekial bread in place of breadcrumbs in just about everything that I make because it can produce the same texture without all of the sodium and other ingredients in bread that I am trying to avoid. I buy the no sodium version and add my own low-to-no sodium seasonings to create an ingredient that gives Italian breadcrumbs a run for their money! If you don’t have Ezekial bread, you can substitute it with a half cup of Panko. Panko is also a healthy option, and the same seasonings can be added to it for a successful meatball.  The best part of these meatballs is they are a fraction of the calories and fat that a regular meatball packs.

Baked Turkey Meatballs

1 lb – Lean ground turkey (at least 93% lean)
2 Slices – Ezekial Bread lightly toasted & chopped fine (or ½ cup panko)
1 – Egg
1 tsp – Italian seasoning
1 tsp – Granulated garlic (or garlic powder)
1 tsp – Parsley flakes
1 tsp – Onion powder
2 tsp – Grated Parmesean
Black Pepper to taste

Lightly toast the Ezekial bread and chop in food processor or bullet until fine.

Place breadcrumbs in a bowl and add seasoning.

Place meat in a bowl, add egg and sprinkle a little bit of pepper.

Add breadcrumb mixture.

Mix meat and breadcrumbs well.

Roll into 1 oz meatballs.

Place on cookie sheet and bake on 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

Serve with a light, low sodium marinara.

Makes approximately 16 to 20 meatballs.

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Tom Nobili is just like you. He wants to live a long life and be around for his family. Tom has gotten unbelievable results using Advocare products along with regular exercise and healthy eating habits.  After a short period of time, Tom has lost a great deal of weight and continues his own journey to become healthy and extend his life. Tom’s biggest passion is to help you do what he has done and is still doing.  He understands that losing weight is not easy, but as long as you are committed, you can succeed just like he has succeeded. Tom can help you begin your journey and get results. All you have to do is show up, be commited, and believe in yourself! Tom believes in you! Tom has been exactly where you are and understands your frustration. He will get you through it successfully. Please read Tom’s continuing story and see what he has done because it could very well be your story! Always remember: If Tom can do it, You can do it!

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