Paleo Meatballs with Onion Gravy (egg-free)

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• Traditional
• Whole 30
• Gluten & Dairy free
• Paleo or Primal
• Autoimmune Paleo
• Vegetarian


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10 Responses

  1. Will the onion gravy / meatball combination still taste good if I use chicken broth instead of beef broth? I usually have chicken bone broth on hand, but not beef bone broth. Thanks.

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  3. These meatballs look awesome! Is there a way to freeze them? Would you freeze them before or after baking? If they are freezable, I would make 100 of them in one go!

    1. They freeze beautifully. Once they are fully cooked and cooled to room temp, put them on a cookie sheet or sheet pan. Leave enough distance between them that the cold air can circulate. Then, pop them in the freezer overnight uncovered. In the morning, pop them in freezer bags or storage containers for long-term storage and just heat before serving.

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