08 Oct Low Carb, Keto Curry Turkey Meatballs, Paleo and Whole30
These Low Carb, Keto Curry Turkey Meatballs are Whole30, Paleo-friendly, gluten free, grain free and dairy free! Made with coconut flour, almond butter, curry, ginger and garlic, they’re full of flavor, a tad spicy and super-moist.
These Low Carb, Keto Curry Turkey Meatballs are super-easy to make and full of flavor. You can’t go wrong with curry, ginger and garlic! <3
I served these Low Carb, Keto Curry Turkey Meatballs over steamed cauliflower rice and topped with Yai’s Thai Red Curry Sauce. It’s sooooo yummy and Whole30- and Paleo-friendly. The ingredients list is packed with whole, real foods. Each serving (1/4 jar) has only 6 net carbs, and you don’t need even half that much to drizzle over these meatballs.
I grew a fresh herb garden around our patio this year, and the basil just went craaaaaazy. I was so excited to have tons of spicy Thai basil because I can never find it locally. It was the perfect garnish for this dish.
Low Carb, Keto Curry Turkey Meatballs, Paleo and Whole30
- cooking spray
- 2 lbs. ground turkey
- 1/2 c. coconut flour
- 2 large eggs
- 4 tbsp. almond butter
- 2 tbsp. yellow curry powder
- 2 tsp. ground ginger
- 2 tsp. garlic powder
- 2 tsp. sea salt
- Preheat oven to 400°F.
- Grease two baking sheets.
- In a mixing bowl, combine all ingredients well.
- Form into approximately 36 1.5-inch balls.
- Bake for 20 minutes or until 165°F.
- I served these Low Carb, Keto Curry Turkey Meatballs over steamed cauliflower rice and topped with Yai's Thai Red Curry Sauce. It's sooooo yummy and Whole30- and Paleo-friendly. Each serving (1/4 jar) has only 6 net carbs, and you don't need even half that much to drizzle over these meatballs.
A Note on Nutrition Facts
I am not a nutritional expert. Nutritional information for this recipe is provided as a courtesy and is only an approximation. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of any nutritional information provided for any recipe on this site. Erythitrol carbs are not included in the nutritional information as it has been shown to have a low impact on blood sugar. Those with Diabetes or other health-related issues may need to calculate net carbs differently. If you need help managing or calculating carbs, ask your doctor or dietician for guidance. Net carbs provided are the total carbs less fiber and sugar alcohols.
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