This recipe was developed as part of a partnership between Bariatric Foodie and Celebrate Vitamins. Here on Bariatric Foodie you’ll find pictures and helpful recipe hints, then use the button at the bottom of this post to click through to the Celebrate Vitamins website to view and download the recipe, complete with nutrition information!
We don’t need to recap my love of ramekin cooking, do we? We do. Ok, fine.
Long story short: I love cooking things in ramekins.
First off, they are so cute! It’s just a really fun way to present food. Plus they are instant portion control, which is great. They come in so many sizes too, so you can have your ramekins and your family can have theirs. For this reason I have amassed a
hoard collection of really nice ramekins.
This recipe is super simple. For this batch I use Aldi’s Fit & Active Turkey Meatballs (I heart Aldi!) and I used Parmesan and black pepper Triscuits as the topping (besides being high fiber, they stay super crunchy).
These are loosely modeled off the concept of Swedish meatballs. I love the tang of the Worcestershire sauce (I won’t lie…I Google that word each time I have to use it to make sure I don’t misspell!). I’m not the biggest parsley fan but I like it in this recipe. If you don’t like parsley, Herbs de Provence also work well to give you a bit of an elevated meatball. As for the topping, if your sodium budget can allow it, I also love to add grated Parmesan to the top of the ramekin!
Anyhoo…hop on over to the Celebrate website, where you can download the recipe and the nutrition information.
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