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Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine all ingredients and mix well. Roll into 1-1/2" balls and place on cookie sheet. Bake 20-25 minutes. Makes about 50 meatballs. They freeze well after cooking for an anytime snack.
One meatball (approx.)
Plan: lc plan
i made a batch of these this morning! i am allergic to eggs so i didn't use egg and i don't like onion so i used onion powder but even with these changes they are wonderful!! i even heated a few up for lunch. great recipe!
I did try the Breakfast Meatballs but I tweeked it quite a bit.
Because I'm on OWL I figured I could add the extra carbs so here's what i did:
I added chopped baby spinach, chopped mushrooms and celery, some garlic too. I stuck a cube of colby cheese in the middle.
It was awsome! I give it a two thumbs up!
The only problem was, my husband ate them all .... now I gotta make more today. I'm making a big, big batch so I can freeze them. I've always struggled with breakfast because eggs are beginning to make me gag if I have them any more than twice a week.
Breakfast Meatballs is my new best friend ... that and Deep Dish Pizza Quiche!
Kim, the sausage meat is without casing. You can buy it in the frozen food section of the grocery store. One brand is Maple Leaf and I forget the brand name of one I've been buying as it's relatively new. You just gotta try these meatballs, they're yummy!