Kid-Friendly Recipe: Curried Sweet Potato Turkey Meatballs (mild)

In our first-ever Cooking with Sage video, Sage shared one of her favorite easy weeknight dinner recipes (perfect for mamas to make ahead and meal prep, too!)- curried sweet potato turkey meatballs.

I'm not a fan of hiding vegetables, I DO love to add them in any chance I can get! Sweet potatoes add belly-friendly fiber, B-vitamins and Vitamin C to these already delicious meatballs, and the curry adds a big dose of flavor (don't worry, they're not spicy!) and a dose of nutrition, as well.

Health Benefits of Turmeric: - anti-inflammatory: protects against inflammation (the root of disease)

- high in antioxidants

- heart-healthy This brings up an important point: Don't be afraid of flavor for kids! Beyond the very first foods, kids need their palates expanded as early as possible. They're not going to wake up one day with a taste for curry- they need to try it and experience it! So add some curry powder, a dash of cardamom or a sprinkle of rosemary. It's how their tastebuds will grown and learn to enjoy more mature flavors (just like you, mama!).

Curried Sweet Potato Turkey Meatballs

Serves ~4 hungry kids, or 3-4 adults

Printable Recipe

1 lb ground turkey

1 egg (or chia egg)

3/4 cup grated sweet potato

1/4 cup green onions, sliced thin

1/4 cup almond flour (or breadcrumbs for NF)

2 tsp curry powder

1 tsp cumin

1 tsp coriander

1/2 tsp sea salt

coconut or avocado oil (or spray) spray

1. Preheat oven to 375.

2. Mix all ingredients up to coconut oil in a large bowl.

3. Spray or rub hands with coconut or avocado oil to prevent sticking.

Form into small balls, around 1-2" in diameter.

4. Place on greased baking sheet

and bake in oven 20-25 minutes,

until cooked through. Serve over rice or cauliflower rice, with tahini

sauce for dipping.

© 2019 by Kristin Dovbniak for The Supermama Society

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