These turkey meatballs are a healthy, flavorful alternative to traditional beef meatballs.

The combination of ground turkey, feta, spinach, onions and a variety of savory herbs is heavenly. Because turkey tends to be dry, this recipe uses quick oats to lock in the rich flavor and create perfectly moist meatballs.

These meatballs are great plain, in a sandwich, on a salad or on a plate of spaghetti topped with Roasted Tomato Basil Marinara Sauce. They also double as a burger. You can cook them and eat them fresh or freeze them for up to 30 days! Check out our recipe for Baked Spaghetti Squash for an amazing combination.

A few other ways to use your Turkey, Spinach and Feta Meatballs:

  • Use this recipe to make a Greek-inspired meatloaf
  • Served with avocado and Tzatziki Sauce
  • With risotto
  • On top of a salad
  • In a hoagie roll topped with cucumber slices, arugula, feta crumbles and Tzatziki Sauce
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Turkey, Spinach and Feta Meatballs (or Make as a Turkey Burger)
These turkey meatballs are a healthy, flavorful alternative to traditional beef meatballs. The combination of ground turkey, feta, spinach, onions and a variety of savory herbs is heavenly. Because turkey tends to be dry, this recipe uses quick oats to lock in the rich flavor and create perfectly moist meatballs. These meatballs are great plain, in a sandwich, on a salad or on a plate of spaghetti topped with Roasted Tomato Basil Marinara Sauce. They also double as a burger. You can cook them and eat them fresh or freeze them for up to 30 days! Check out our recipe for Baked Spaghetti Squash for an amazing combination.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 22 minutes
Servings
Meatballs
Ingredients
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 22 minutes
Servings
Meatballs
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, gently combine all ingredients except EVOO (careful not to overwork the mixture).
  3. Roll mixture into 36 medium balls. If the mixture does not hold shape, refrigerate for 15-30 minutes before rolling balls. (If making as a burger, pat mixture into 8 patties.)
  4. If you prefer a browned meatball, you can brown the meatballs in evoo at this time (see instructions in notes section below - we only do this if we have the time).
  5. Place turkey balls (or burgers) on parchment paper and cook in the oven for 17-20 minutes, until no longer pink in the center. Serve.
Recipe Notes

To brown meatballs/ burgers: Preheat a pan over medium-heat and add EVOO. Brown turkey balls approximately 1 minute on each side. Place turkey balls on parchment paper and cook in the oven for 17-20 minutes, until no longer pink in the center. Serve.

If cooking burgers on the grill: Refrigerate burgers for at least an hour after shaping them to firm up patty before grilling.

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