This cheesy meatball casserole is EVERYTHING!
If you’re tired of the same old same when it comes to your weekday dinner plan, then we’ve got the recipe for you! Casseroles get a bad rap for being a lazy option when you just aren’t in the mood to cook. People assume you just dump in a bunch of leftovers and call it good. But boy, does this recipe totally kill that theory!
Don’t get us wrong, this recipe is still incredibly easy to make, but the deliciousness will totally revamp your routine. You simply haven’t lived unless you’ve enjoyed a bite of this keto-friendly meal! This is the type of dish that even the pickiest eater in your life will enjoy.
Let’s begin by discussing the star of the recipe: the meatballs! These delicious hunks of meat are compromised of beef and sausage with a few delicious additions cooked right in. Yes, even zucchini is part of this fantastic mixture! It’s a great way to sneak in a few veggies without the kiddos (or meat-eating adults!) finding out!
Once the meatballs are created, simply smother them in the perfectly blended sauce. The sauce is a sugar-free tomato sauce that is perfect for individuals who are watching their sugar intake. The final step is to pop it in the oven for about thirty minutes. Be sure to drain the excess liquid and allow it to set up for about fifteen minutes before serving.
That’s it! Who knew it would be so simple to make such a yummy meal? Add this to your weekday menu, and you’ll never settle for a bland and boring casserole ever again. This is just another recipe that proves that keto can be absolutely delicious!
What are you waiting on? Try this ASAP and let us know how much you love it!
Looking for another meatball recipe? Try this Keto Italian Meatballs Freezer Meal from Real Balanced. It is the perfect low carb recipe for when you don’t have the time to make dinner from scratch. Check it out!
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