Whole 30 Bison Meatballs with Marinara Sauce August 7, 2017

Bison has easily become my favorite go-to meat for dinners lately. It is lean and has a much richer taste than regular ground beef. These Whole 30, Paleo and Clean Eating meatballs can serve as an easy weeknight dinner or a tasty appetizer to take to a party . Make sure to plan to roll a lot of meatballs, you won’t want to stop eating these, they are that delicious.

Quick tip: I usually make a big batch at the beginning of the month and freeze. These serve as an easy weeknight “throw together” meal.  All you have to do is spiralize some zucchini noodles and reheat the meatballs and you are good to go, will take less than 10 minutes.

In addition to the homemade meatballs I also make approved marinara sauce that is to die for! This sauce literally takes no time to make, and just like the meatballs, you can make it ahead of time and freeze. When you are ready to use it, pull it from the freezer and warm up. It’s good over chicken, ground beef, and just on some simple zucchini noodles.

While living the Whole 30 and Paleo lifestyle, I hate giving up flavorful food. That’s why I makes these babies, they are so satisfying. I usually serve 2-3 meatballs over 2 cups of zucchini noodles topped with homemade marinara sauce.

 

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Bison Meatballs with Marinara Sauce
These bison meatballs pack a lot of rich flavor that can be premade and frozen. Reheat for an easy weeknight dinner that will leave your family begging for more!
Course Main Dish, Sauce
Cuisine Appetizers, Bison
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
meatballs
Ingredients
Course Main Dish, Sauce
Cuisine Appetizers, Bison
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
meatballs
Ingredients
Instructions
Meatballs
  1. Preheat the oven to 400° and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, combine bison, egg, onions, seasoning, salt, and tapioca flour. Mix until everything is completely combined- the best way to do that is with clean hands.
  3. Use a cookie scoop or a big spoon to scoop the meat. Roll between palms to make smooth.
  4. Line baking sheet and bake 20-30 minutes (depending on desired doneness).
Marinara Sauce
  1. Add in your cans of tomatoes, sauce and paste.
  2. Use a small bowl and combine all of your seasonings and together.
  3. Use a immersion blender and blend together the tomatoes and seasonings together until smooth.
  4. Add in a splash of olive oil and let simmer. (I find the longer I let mine simmer, the better it taste).
Recipe Notes

Click here for the tapioca flour I use.

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