Keto Recipes - Created Date : 14.10.2019

Keto Mozzarella Stuffed BBQ Meatballs {Low Carb Friendly}

Keto Mozzarella Stuffed BBQ Meatballs {Low Carb Friendly}

Keto Mozzarella Stuffed BBQ Meatballs {Low Carb Friendly}

Meatballs are always a favorite in our house. My Mozzarella Stuffed BBQ Meatballs are a perfect keto diet option. These are a great meal, or appetizer for any event or party you are attending.

Mozzarella Stuffed BBQ Meatballs

I’ve seen lots of recipes for keto bbq meatballs online, but they all contain almond flour. Since my daughter is allergic to almond flour, I don’t use it in recipes that the entire family will be eating. Instead, I use coconut flour so that it is safe for her to eat as well. As a mom of four, I don’t have time to cook more than one meal at dinner.

I think meatballs are so much better after simmering in a slow cooker all day. They seem to get much more tender and flavorful. Plus, anytime I have dinner taken care of early in the day I count it a win! It seems that the entire rest of my day goes so much smoother. You can serve these BBQ Mozzarella Meatballs over zoodles or with your favorite vegetable and a garden salad. It’s such a simple keto friendly/low carb meal that the entire family can enjoy.

Meatballs aren’t hard to make. I dump all the ingredients in the bowl then use my Chop and Mix utensil to mix all the ingredients.

Tip: Don’t overmix or it can cause your meatballs to be tough.

I use a cookie scoop to scoop out the meatballs so that they are uniformly sized. When they are all the same size, they cook more evenly.

I always brown my Keto Mozzarella BBQ meatballs in a skillet first before cooking them in the slow cooker to seal in all the moisture.

Since I am a stay at home and work from home mom, using the slow cooker makes dinner easier. Plus, it reduces the number of dirty dishes in the evening, which is definitely a win.

Side Dishes that Pair Nicely with Keto Mozzarella Meatballs:

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My keto friendly mozzarella stuffed bbq meatball recipe is going to be a hit. Alongside this recipe, you’ll find a ton of other delicious keto options in the keto recipe index. You can check out all of our tried and true low carb friendly recipes there to begin your meal plans. Below you’ll find a few of our favorite recipes to get you started!

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Hi. Could you cook the meatballs in the crockpot or over without doing in the skillet first? If so, how long would you suggest in the oven or crockpot? Thank you kindly! ?? Love all your recipes!! It helps so much!!

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