Handmade Four Cheese Meatballs

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Growing up I was a lucky kid. I’ve been surrounded by good food and home-cooked meals my whole life. Because of this I am a self-proclaimed food snob today. Thinking back, I don’t know how my parents did it. Amid full-time jobs, after school activities, homework and regular sisterly fights we still had a home-cooked dinner on the table every night. And not just on Sundays! Now, as an adult with a full-time job and nobody to cook for except myself, I am barely able to find time to cook on most weeknights. Oftentimes dinners for me are oatmeal or cereal. That becomes boring real fast…beeliieve me! It’s important to think creatively with food and find meals that are balanced. I appreciate recipes like this one…that brings the authentic flavors of a Sunday Italian dinner to “Tuesday night.”

Meatballs are a food I’ve eaten about 10,000 times. Minimum. They were standard fare growing up but were always slow-cooked in a huge pot of spaghetti sauce alllll dayyyy loooong. I’m happy to say that we enjoyed these KRAFT 4 Cheese Meatballs and they can be prepped in about 15 minutes and on your table in under an hour.

We teamed up with KRAFT and Hunt’s to create delicious AND authentic recipes that even families with busy schedules can enjoy on weeknight evenings. Because when all is said and done what better time is there to catch up with your family than over family dinners? 

You can check out our recipes, which will be featured on the Kraft Parmesan Italian Dinner site beginning on the 25th. Check back each week as they feature a new Italian Sunday Dinner made simple!

I am working in partnership with the KRAFT brand and I am receiving compensation for my participation in this campaign. All thoughts/opinions are 100% my own.

Here's what you'll need

Here’s what you’ll need

Mince the garlic and onion

Mince the garlic and onion

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Place ingredients in a large bowl

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Including half the cheese/breadcrumb mix

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Use your hands to combine meat, onion, garlic, seasoning, half the cheese/breadcrumb mix and ricotta

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Form into balls and place in a baking dish

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Bake for 25 minutes

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Pour the sauce on top of the meatballs

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Top with the remaining cheese/breadcrumb mix

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sprinkle with parmesan cheese and pop back in the oven

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I love meatball sammies and I love them even more when I can enjoy them on weeknights!

Comments

  1. says

    Yum! My husband lovvves meatballs and these look so easy and delish. We’ve tried a few of the cheese & breadcrumb mixes on chicken, so we’ll have to try this!

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