Easy Keto Mustard Meatballs

It is quite a feat to try and please everyone for dinner, especially when you have 2 little children who are picky!! With this quick dish you don’t have to worry about leftovers because the kids will love it😋If they don’t like mustard you can always make their topping with ketchup instead!

One tip…..don’t overmix or you will lose the juiciness!

You can also make ahead and freeze!

Drizzle olive oil in an oven safe skillet.
Saute onion in skillet on medium heat. Let sit on low sauteeing as you combine the other ingredients.

In a large bowl of a mixer combine ground beef & shredded cheese.

Add almond flour.
Eggs…..

Add salt…and pepper

Remove onion from skillet and add to mixture in bowl.
Mix for 1 minute.

Using an ice cream scooper, scoop mounds of meatloaf mixture into skillet previously used for sauteing the onion.

Now that the meat is ready to bake, you will top it with a mustard topping!

In a small bowl mix erithrytol and blackstrap molasses.

Add yellow mustard. Mix well.

Gently spoon over the top of the meatloaf meatballs.

Bake at 350F for 30 minutes. Cool 5 minutes before serving.
I had mine with some spring mix salad plus steamed cauliflower, mashed with butter❤

EASY KETO MUSTARD MEATBALLS

1 lb Organic Ground Beef

1 1/2cup shredded cheddar

3/4 cup almond flour

2 eggs

1/2 onion, diced, sauteed in olive oil

1/2tsp salt

Pinch pepper

6 Tbsp erithrytol/stevia blend

3/4 tsp blackstrap molasses

6 Tbsp prepared yellow mustard

Drizzle olive oil in an oven safe skillet. Saute onion in skillet on medium heat. Let sit on low sauteeing as you combine the other ingredients.

In a large bowl of a mixer combine ground beef & shredded cheese.

Add almond flour and eggs.

Add sauteed onion and mix for 1 minute.

Using an ice cream scooper, scoop mounds of meatloaf mixture into skillet previously used for sauteing the onion.

In a small bowl mix erithrytol, blackstrap molasses and mustard.

Mix well and gently spoon over the top of the meatloaf meatballs.

Bake at 350F for 30 minutes. Cool 5 minutes before serving.

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