These turkey cranberry meatballs are the perfect appetizer for the holidays!
The holiday season is starting and that means holiday parties! Though I’m known for almost always contributing desserts, occasionally I asked to bring along a savory item or appetizer to share at someone’s party. Meatballs are always a welcome addition appetizer to any party buffet. For Anolon’s Thanksgiving menu, I opted to make turkey meatballs with Cranberry BBQ sauce, an obvious nod to the main dish of roasted turkey. The use of tangy fruity cranberries make for a tart sweet barbecue sauce that looks as festive as it tastes. Bounce over to Anolon for the Turkey Cranberry Meatball recipe!
I’m teaming up with Anolon for the next three months to create recipes for their site for the fall and winter! Follow their hashtag #HolidayHosting for more recipes and fun! A special thanks to Anolon for sponsoring this post. I was compensated for developing the recipe on their site as well as this post and all Anolon products were provided by them. However all opinions above are totally my own and are not endorsed by Anolon.
Heather (Delicious Not Gorgeous) says
i don’t like turkey. it’s dry every time i’ve had it, and i just don’t find it worth my time when there’s so many other things on the thanksgiving table i’d rather have. but these sound amazing! they seem moist and flavorful, and i can’t wait to try it.
Marisa Franca @ All Our Way says
Your turkey meatballs looks scrumptious and I love turkey any time of year. I think Heather from Delicious Not Gorgeous has never had a properly prepared turkey. They should never be dry, instead moist and flavorful. I think one of the biggest mistakes is making it “whole”. We’ve brined, boned and baked our turkey — my Italian mamma’s doing — for years. Leftovers are fought for. I’ll have to make an extra turkey so I can make these delicious meatballs. Thank you Irwin.
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