Another “burger night” Saturday — this time Cheeseburger Meatballs!

Saturday night’s dinner was SOMEWHAT unplanned.

However, I had ingredients leftover from my meatloaf and Deconstructed Cheeseburgers, and decided to make Cheeseburger Meatballs, by combining two recipes:

The first: THIS RECIPE for Bacon Cheeseburger Meatballs via I Breathe, I’m Hungry.

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P.S. This blog features extremely creative meatball recipes every Monday for “Meatball Monday.” CHECK IT OUT!

While browsing around the web this weekend, I discovered a recipe for Burger Balls, courtesy of DJ Foodie, and decided to utilize this method, which involved sticking the cheese INSIDE the meatball!

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This recipe was pretty easy to throw together, and utilized mostly leftover ingredients.

Ingredients included:

  • 1lb. ground beef
  • bacon
  • pickles
  • seasonings and salt+pepper
  • almond flour
  • 2 eggs

I first combined the ground beef, the seasonings, about a half-cup to a cup of almond flour (you can always add more, but cannot take out!), and eggs. Mix everything together, and you’ve got your meatballs.

I then cut my leftover Wisconsin beer cheese into cubes, and placed a cube of cheese inside each meatball. The meatballs were rolled up, and baked in the oven for 20-30 minutes.

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When the meatballs were cooled, they were topped with bacon and pickles.

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Dipping sauces for these Cheeseburger Meatballs could include ketchup, mustard, mayo, barbecue sauce, etc. I used leftover Jack Daniel’s spicy mustard.

I Breathe, I’m Hungry suggests using a sauce containing mayo, sugar free ketchup, dijon mustard and dill pickle juice or relish.

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These meatballs were served up with some baked carrot fries and a little bit of potato salad. I sliced some baby carrots in half, coated them with olive oil and seasoning, and baked them for about 20 minutes.

Another “burger night,” and a great way to use up some leftover ingredients — and get another creative meal out of the fridge!

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