21 Day Fix Extreme Turkey Meatballs

A new household favorite – even for my husband who HATES turkey!  I wish I could take credit for these flavorful and delicious meatballs, but this recipe is from the 21 Day Fix Extreme nutrition guide!   They are DELICIOUS and far-exceeded my expectations.

I serve the 21 Day Fix Extreme Turkey Meatballs over spaghetti squash and veggies for myself — sometimes I add a little hot sauce to give them a kick when I am craving something spicy — and I top it with Feta (of course!)   I DO make some pasta for my boys and they eat it all right up! I had never made my own meatballs before and I am not sure I could ever go back to buying the frozen meatballs that you could just dump on a pan!   There is something about knowing EXACTLY what is going into your food that offers comfort and these are just SO FRESH!!!  I KNOW they are good for us and 21 Day Fix Extreme Approved for me!  These were recently added to the ‘Top 10 List’ at our house.

21 Day Fix Extreme Turkey Meatballs

21 Day Fix Extreme Turkey Meatballs

21 Day Fix Extreme Turkey Meatballs
 

21 Day Fix Extreme Turkey Meatballs
Serves 6
These are a new family favorite in our home - Served over spaghetti squash with some veggies, this makes the PERFECT and filling meal if you are on 21 Day Fix Extreme or for any day!
Write a review
Print
Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
50 min
Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
20 min
Total Time
50 min
Ingredients
  1. 20 oz 93% lean ground turkey
  2. 1 tsp sea salt
  3. 1 tsp dry mustard
  4. 1 tsp paprika
  5. 1 large egg
  6. 3/4 cup quick oats
  7. 2 cloves garlic, minced
  8. 1 T fresh parsley chopped
  9. 2 T tomato sauce, no sugar added
  10. 1 Large Spaghetti Squash
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400
  2. Cover a large pan with parchment paper, set aside.
  3. In large bowl, combine all ingredients by hand and mix well.
  4. Roll into 30 1-inch balls. Place on baking sheet.
  5. Bake for 15-20 minutes, until cooked through.
Serving Suggestions
  1. I serve this over spaghetti squash and seasoned stirfry veggies and top it with Feta cheese.
21 Day Fix Containers
  1. 1 red, 1/2 yellow for 5 meatballs
Fit Mom Angela D - Team Beachbody Coach http://www.fitmomangelad.com/

Recommended Posts
Showing 30 comments
  • bkdimitrelias@yahoo.com
    Reply

    I am not a big fan of Turkey, but i must admit these where the best meatballs I have had! Fresh, healthy and full of flavor.
    Great job!

  • Tawnya
    Reply

    You don’t put the spaghetti squash that is listed in the ingredients in the actual meatballs though right?

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      Hi Tawnya – I serve the meatballs over the spaghetti squash. You are correct, the spaghetti squash is not used in the meatballs. 🙂

  • Taryn
    Reply

    But the tomato sauce does go in, correct?

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      Hi Taryn! Yes – Mix the Tomato sauce in with the meat and the rest of the ingredients. I accidentally forgot it once – they were still good, just not nearly AS good! 🙂

  • Jennifer Taylor
    Reply

    Would the cheese and spaghetti squash be in addition to the container counts given?

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      Hi Jennifer! Yes, they are in addition (I am going to make note of that on the recipe to avoid confusion!) The counts are just for the meatballs. The cheese would be a blue and the spaghetti squash would be green. 🙂 Enjoy! Angela

      • Jennifer Taylor
        Reply

        Thanks!

  • Laura
    Reply

    Approximately how many meatballs does this recipie make?

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      Hi Laura! This recipe should make approximately 30 meatballs. 5 per serving! 🙂 If you make less (because they are larger) just adjust the serving size. 🙂

  • Gina
    Reply

    I made these last week and am OBSESSED. They are so juicy and flavorful.. I was kind of surprised! Definitely making these again.

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      They are fantastic! It is the recipe from the Extreme book – but they are our fave and I couldn’t believe I was actually watching our kids shove them into their mouths! haha!! 🙂 A winner for sure!

  • Brittany
    Reply

    Oh no! Can you substitute old fashioned oats instead of quick oats? I sure hope so because I already poured them in! :-p

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      I would think so! 🙂 How did they turn out? 🙂

    • Staci
      Reply

      Brittany: I’m about to try old fashioned oats also since that’s all I have…how did yours turn out?

  • Amanda
    Reply

    has anyone tried freezing these?

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      You can absolutely freeze these! 🙂

  • Mel
    Reply

    Is the 1/2 yellow from the oats??

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      Hi Mel! Yes, from the oats! 🙂

  • Alex
    Reply

    Do I make the quick oats first or do I add them dry?

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      Hi Alex – add them dry! 🙂

  • wham
    Reply

    they are HORRIBLE im sorry to admit it but i hate these they are dry and bad! sorry

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      So sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy them! I have never noticed them being dry, but I do understand we all have different tastes. 🙂

  • Tenley
    Reply

    How did you make the spaghetti squash?

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      I cut it in half, scrape out the seeds and pulp and either microwave it, face down, for about 12 minutes with a little water in a dish OR drizzle with olive oil and roast in the oven for about 40 minutes – face up.

  • Emily
    Reply

    How do you prepare your stir fry veggies? Also, how do you get the meatballs to not stick to your hands? Maybe because it is so lean I get covered! Otherwise I love the meatballs!!

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      I get a bag of stir fry frozen veggies (or two bags) and saute them in a LITTLE EVOO, with some spices – depends on how I am feeling – chili powder, oregano, ginger, some garlic. 🙂

      Happy you like the meatballs – yes – hazard of making those for sure!

  • Tara
    Reply

    Hi! Could I make these the night before I’m going to bake them? It would save time during the work week to just be able to pop them into the oven! 😀

    • Angela Dimitrelias
      Reply

      Oh yes! They are still very good the next day!

  • Meg
    Reply

    I’m obsessed with these! Thank you for a simple, quick & delicious recipe! ❤️

Leave a Comment