Italian Meatballs, Two Ways (Family Bites)


  • Welcome! I'm Jan, a Canadian food writer & party planner with a specialty in celebrations for kids. I'm the Food Editor for SavvyMom Media & a contributor to several other family-focused publications. I live in Toronto with my husband and our two tween sons.

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Rachel @ Baked by Rachel

You never know... this could be more than just a fantasy. Only time will tell I guess. :) Love how you've cooked them in a skillet.


A girl sure can dream. My wish for you is that you do teach your boys how to cook lots before they go to college and practice with their highschool buddies, guys and gals alike.
These meatballs look fantastic and I can't wait to share with my now grown kids and their families and pass the recipe on so they will teach their own.
Love your blog and love how you share your precious family with us, your loyal fans.

Jan Scott

Thank you, Pat! I hope youre having a great weekend. xo


Just stumbled on here - love the recipes! Can't wait to try them. Also, that dream can easily become reality. I figured out how to make Chicken Parmesean using a George Foreman grill and toaster oven. It's all about being adaptable to what you have (no oven in that case).

Armadillo Pepper

These meatballs sound great. I make bacon wrapped meatballs, but I like your idea for the turkey. Thanks.

Villas In Tuscany

Thank you for sharing this post. Those recipes sound delicious. Using a cast iron skillet is a great idea. I can't wait to try this recipe!

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