Browse lots of different meatball recipes! From Italian meatballs to meatballs as a main dish or appetizer, there are so many ways to make them. Whether it’s beef meatballs, chicken meatballs, pork, or turkey, I think you’ll find some amazing new recipes to try.
French Onion Chicken Meatballs
These skillet French onion chicken meatballs are a twist on French onion soup and make for a cozy cold-weather dinner. Caramelized onions are simmered in a rich sauce with chicken meatballs seasoned with herbes de Provence. Serve the meatballs with pasta, rice, or bread on the side or pile them into rolls for decadent meatballs subs.
Zucchini Turkey Meatballs with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
These turkey meatballs skip the breadcrumbs and, instead, are made with fresh zucchini and pantry spices. They’re topped with an easy roasted red pepper sauce and served with broccoli cauliflower “rice”.
These slow cooker meatballs don’t need any pre-cooking – just mix, roll, and drop them in the slow cooker with the sauce. These soft and juicy meatballs are freezer-friendly and great for sub sandwiches or served with pasta.
Inspired by a Vietnamese street dish, these 6-ingredient pork meatballs are easy to make and are delicious served in a salad with rice noodles, cucumber, fresh herbs, and a bright and flavorful red slaw.
Meatball stroganoff is an easy twist on the classic comfort food dish. Use frozen meatballs to make this really easy, and serve the savory sauce and meatballs over egg noodles or rice for a hearty dinner.
Chicken Parmesan Meatballs are delicious chicken meatballs that are lightly breaded and baked before simmering in marinara sauce. Top them with lots of melted cheese for a twist on classic chicken Parmesan.
Raspberry chipotle meatballs are an easy slow cooker appetizer that is great for parties and game days. Frozen meatballs and a quick five-ingredient chipotle raspberry sauce simmer in the crockpot for a great snack with tons of flavor.
Swedish meatballs are loved all over the world and often are the reason people shop at Ikea. But you don’t need to buy a chest of drawers in a million pieces in order to get a plate of pure comfort food. You can just try this recipe – it looks like a wonderful Sunday supper idea.
These homemade meatballs are quick, easy, and great for meal prepping. You don’t need to chop anything – instead, we’re using pantry spices and seasonings to make them. Just mix, roll, and brown – that’s it!
These chicken meatballs, made with simple pantry ingredients, are coated in a sticky-sweet orange sauce made with fresh orange juice. This recipe makes approximately 12 dinner-sized meatballs, but you can also make them smaller and serve them as an appetizer.
As Brian suggests in his post, sometimes it’s a good idea to kick spaghetti to the side and get creative. These meatballs, braised in a beer sauce and served over cheesy polenta, look so comforting and cozy. This is a recipe to add to your cold-weather dinner list.
Post updated from the archives. First published in October 2017.
I’m a passionate home cook, cookbook author, recipe developer, freelance writer, food photographer, and dog mom ❤ I garnish (almost) everything with parsley and believe you can make deliciously amazing dishes with everyday ingredients.