DELICIOUS! Definitely will make again. Husband loves them!
Nice meatball recipe. These came out very moist and tasty. Thanks Little Old Me for sharing. Made for I Recommend Tag.
Nice and moist. Flavor is mild enough to be paired with any sauce, spaghetti, cranberry, or just regular gravy. Aptly named, will make again.
Oh, very good!! I made double the quantity, so that we could have some for dinner, and freeze the rest. Made exactly as per recipe (altho I think I should chopped my onion more finely, but, we like onion!), these turned out perfectly, and the baking method means no excess fat, which is very nice. This is a real winner! I prepared an onion gravy and let the ones we were going to eat simmer in that for half an hour or so, and the rest are safely tucked away in the freezer! Thank you Little Old Me, made for the P-A-R-T-Y tag game!
My family and I LOVED these easy to make meatballs! I baked them for half the time and put them into my homemade sauce and let simmer for 2 hours. I wouldn't change a thing! Great recipe Laura!
These meatballs were great! I used them for Burger Bites. I also can't believe how easy they were to make! Thanks for the recipe *Laura*
I made a double batch of these meatballs, they were a very nice texture- in the past I've had problems with my meatballs falling apart.I found that I only needed to use half as much milk as specified in the recipe. I froze the meatballs for future use. I also used the same recipe to make hamburgers for dinner, last night- the only change I made there was to add a grill spice instead of salt and pepper (and again, use only half the amount of milk). The burgers turned out very well.
This is the same as my meatball recipe, which I originally got from betty Crocker. My family loves these!