During last 5 minutes of baking, remove foil and sprinkle remaining Mozzarella cheese on top. January 9, 2015 by Bernadette Leave a Comment Keep all the flavor but lose the fat with these juicy, delicious turkey meatballs that are simple to make and bake in 30 minutes.
These are great with low-carb pasta, but would also be great as an appetizer, or as a meatball sub! If you make these turkey meatballs, please leave me a comment to let me know what you think! I love meatballs so much, someday I will be an Italian grandmother, only I’m not Italian!
Next week I’ll be sharing a not so healthy one, cheating once in awhile isn’t all that bad, right?

In a large mixing bowl combine ground turkey, rolled oats, onion, parsley, Worcestershire sauce, oregano, and egg whites; mix well with your hands. Welcome to Rants From My Crazy Kitchen, where I share my favorite recipes and my thoughts on food, picky eaters, products, and restaurants.
All content, including recipes and photography is copyrighted to Rants From My Crazy Kitchen, and Bernadette Martin unless otherwise noted. In all seriousness, I love Italian food so much more than the foods of my German ancestry, I know there has to be Italian in me somewhere. Direct copying of material, other than for personal use, is forbidden without prior permission. I really do love them, but since we are eating low fat these days, and I was making spaghetti, turkey meatballs were called for.

Bake in the preheated oven for 25-30 minutes, turning carefully with a spatula half-way through.
I ended up freezing half of it, but at least next time I make it all I have to do is make the sauce and boil shells.
Next time I will half all the ingredients for the filling (except the meat, still do 1 lb of meat).

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