30 meatballs (serving size: 5 meatballs)

Using ground round for the meatballs and baking them instead of frying them keeps them low in fat but still full of flavor.

How to Make It

Step 1

Preheat oven to 400°.

Step 2

Combine all ingredients except cooking spray in a bowl; stir well. Shape mixture into 30 (1 1/2-inch) meatballs. Place on a broiler pan coated with cooking spray. Bake at 400° for 15 minutes or until done.

Ratings & Reviews

veryslowcook's Review

January 10, 2014
Got lots of compliments on these served at a party. I served them with homemade marinara, and used that in place of the tomato sauce in this recipe. Instead of Italian seasoning, I used garlic powder, onion powder, oregano, and basil. Added a bit of white pepper and used panko instead of bread crumbs. Cooked them in a mini muffin pan with great results.

sukeedog's Review

November 02, 2013

jessievinson's Review

March 18, 2013
I've made these meatballs at least 10 times, I love the recipe, you can throw more or less spices in according to taste but I've never been disappointed. Recently we tried it with grassfed beef which is very lean so I threw an egg in and turned down the heat to 350 and baked for 25 min. Turned out perfect. This recipe makes enough to feed a large family or enough for a couple of different dishes for smaller families like mine (just 3 of us).

Dominique90's Review

August 15, 2012
This recipe makes amazing meatballs! I didn't have mustard powder so used mustard sauce instead but I am sure they would be even better if I had followed the recipe exactly. Will definitely make again.

KarenDzurilla's Review

March 26, 2012

coconutkt's Review

April 18, 2011

LauryPflaum's Review

March 16, 2011

vmumm4409's Review

March 02, 2011
This is one of the first meals I've made where both my husband AND 3 year old enjoyed it! My husband even gave me Two fist bumps. :P

cjbuddy's Review

January 31, 2011
Great flavor and LOVE that there is no added fat!

elizpayton's Review

August 27, 2010
Yummy meatballs! I've made these so many times and they always turn out perfectly. I've cooked them in the pan and in the oven and both methods work fine. Have subbed dried parsley, seasoned breadcrumbs, and cheap Parmesan... all with excellent results. Solid recipe.