Oven-Baked Meatballs

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It’s back to school time, which brings a particular word to mind: convenience! It’s also around this time that football season starts back up, which makes me think of something else: game-day eats! These oven-baked meatballs will be enjoyed by the whole house on your busiest school/work night or your game day spread or tailgating party.

Oven Baked Meatballs
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Serves: 6
  • 1 lb ground beef
  • 1 lb ground turkey
  • 2 teaspoons sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon AIP-friendly seasoning blend
  • 1½ cups portobello mushroom, finely chopped (I like using a mini food processor for this) & sautéed
  • ¼ cup onion
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  2. Combine meat, mushrooms, onion and seasoning.
  3. Using scooper or by hand plop 1- to 2-inch sized meatballs onto your baking sheet.
  4. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes (until center reaches 160 degrees F).
  5. Option: I like to enjoy these with a side of my AIP Kale Basil Pesto. Recipe found here.
  6. Enjoy!


About Kris King

Kris is a wife and mommy to an amazing toddler boy. By day, she is a high school business teacher; by night, a creative who loves to cook! In 2016, she began chronicling her journey of switching to a paleo diet for fun on Instagram. However, a few years after that, she was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition called myasthenia gravis. Having recently had her first child, life wasn’t slowing down and neither was she. She gained a new sense of hope when she discover the AIP. That, coupled with her determination to bounce back with renewed strength, she officially made the switch to paleo lifestyle, developing recipes to include many that are AIP-friendly. Since then, she’s managed to decrease inflammation significantly, and has discovered the body’s miraculous ability to heal. Kris is the author of Meals You Deserve, an AIP ebook collection of flavorful and fun recipes. Find more on Kris here: Fashioned2Inspire, Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube.


  • Joyce says

    What is an AIP seasoning blend?


  • Rey and Sarah Reyes says

    I read every article. I have Graves but currently in remission. But I do have high thyroid antibodies. Im currently taking Multi Collagen protein for hair grow I have been loosing my hair for a while.

    Please let me know if this is safe to take everyday just once a day.

    Thank you very much!

    Best to you!


    • Mickey Trescott says

      Hi Sarah! I am sorry but we are not doctors and can’t make supplement recommendations here, or tell you if a product is safe. This is something to reach out to a healthcare provider about. Good luck!

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