The Paleo diet, or Stone-age diet, would imply that you can not be creative with how you eat, but we beg to differ. You can still have classic flavorful dishes like Spaghetti meatballs!
There are plenty of awesome Paleo spaghetti meatballs recipes out there to try. Some may be a bit longer to cook, others may not be exactly what you are looking for, but you can always tweak a recipe to make it your own.
That is the beauty of cooking, you can always alter it to make it suitable for you and your diet!
Awesome Paleo Spaghetti Meatballs Recipes – Quick Table
As you can see, we have quite the selection of dishes. You will probably want to know how long they take to prepare and how many calories are in each.
Sadly some of these recipes do not give away all this information, but note that each of these recipes is Paleo friendly, so none of them are high in calories.
Take a look here:
|Paleo Spaghetti And Meatballs Recipe.||565 kcal||6 minutes|
|Gluten-Free Spaghetti And Meatballs.||Keto Friendly||45 minutes|
|Paleo Spaghetti And Meatballs.||N/A||15 minutes|
|Whole30 Spaghetti And Meatballs (Paleo).||429 kcal||25 minutes|
|Paleo Italian Meatballs.||105 kcal||20 minutes|
|Paleo Spaghetti And Meatball Soup (Whole30).||248.34 kcal||15 minutes|
|Paleo Spaghetti Squash Italian Meatball Alfredo||559 kcal||15 minutes|
|Cindy’s Paleo Italian Meatballs.||Paleo friendly (N/A)||40 minutes total cook|
|Italian Meatballs (Paleo, Whole30, Gluten Free).||472 kcal||10 minutes|
|The Best Paleo “Spaghetti” And Meatballs.||250 kcal||15 minutes|
15 Paleo Spaghetti Meatballs Recipes
These meatballs are made with the traditional recipe of beef, pork and veal. There are no breadcrumbs though, of course. Instead this recipe asks for you to use almond meal to do this binding instead.
If nuts aren’t your thing, you could use an egg and a quarter cup of coconut flour.
Overall this recipe will take 1:45 hours to make from prep to ready to serve, which is not bad for a dish like this!
With this meatball dish, a great way to get the noodles perfect is to make some zucchini noodles with a spiral slicer, or you could use spaghetti squash instead when zucchini is not in season.
This sauce also has something special in the sauce, you’ll find fish sauce and coconut aminos in the sauce, which may taste weird but it brings a gorgeous flavor without any additives and wheat!
This is another recipe that uses zoodles (zucchini noodles), however, realistically you could spiralize any other veggie you fancy using for noodles.
This recipe also includes a lot of fresh vegetables and herbs, so if you enjoy growing your own herbs and veg, this is the ideal recipe for you!
Here is a Paleo spaghetti and noodles recipe that is complete with zoodles, homemade tomato sauce and meaty meatballs. This is ideal for a dinner if you and your family eat Paleo or Whole30.
As well as the zoodles, almond meal takes the place of the bread, and just know the longer you simmer them, the more delicious the flavor will be.
These Paleo Italian meatballs are made with beef, turkey, some italian seasonings and a lathering of a homemade marinara sauce. It is dairy free, sugar free, gluten free, and free of grains too!
This recipe is a little extra special because the meatballs are not certainly not basic, it is a meat combination, for the healthiest meatballs and the best of both worlds!
What if you fancy paleo spaghetti and meatballs, but it is turning to the colder weather and you also have a soft spot in your heart for some soup? You can have spaghetti and meatball soup, of course!
Technically this is a spaghetti squash and meatball soup, since it is both Whole30 and Paleo compliant, but this delicious dish is healthy, good to satiate spaghetti cravings and warming in the winter.
This is the best Whole30 healthy Paleo creamy spaghetti squash noodles in an alfredo sauce that you could dream up. It is also dairy free too.
The meatballs in this recipe are also packed with vegetables and healthy ingredients that make this dish truly something special.
The spaghetti squash matched with this sauce will soon have you wanting little else. This is a delicious recipe.
You can enjoy it as leftovers too, once you have enjoyed this dish once, try having the leftovers as a meatball sandwich in a medium sized portabella mushroom. This is what heaven tastes like!
If you have flashbacks to those big old beefy old school meatballs done Italian style this is the dish for you. It allows you to enjoy traditional Italian meatballs, but while on a Paleo diet!
But this dish is not only Paleo, but they are Whole30, nut-free, dairy-free, egg- free, low carb, and infused with herbs.
This recipe is gluten-free, grain-free, egg-free, and dairy-free.
The sauce is the easiest part but make sure that you simmer it for long enough. Add plenty of liquid to the meat for a good tenderness.
Extra liquids will also help the meatballs hold better too! A sneaky trick to binding your meatballs well!
Moroccan spaghetti meatballs are something special. Sure, Italian meatballs are traditional, but sometimes moroccan just hits the spot better.
For this, you will want to get yourself a jar of Harissa which is a Moroccan Red Pepper sauce, and it is delicious!
This is probably the shortest overall dish cook time, with 15 minutes of prep and 50 minutes of cooking, you will have dinner ready in under an hour and a half!
This dish makes it so that you do not need to pass up pasta on a Paleo diet, you can still enjoy Italian food in its droves, just in a different way. This is the traditional Paleo spaghetti and meatballs.
Want something mouthwatering? These meatballs will have some Marinara sauce baked into them! Made with a mix of turkey and beef with a bit of marinara sauce inside of them, you can’t go wrong!
Use almond flour to bind, there is only 1 g carbs per serving in this! Delicious, healthy, and perfectly balanced!
We love this recipe because the meatballs are so uniquely made, with pork, and beef mince as well as garlic, spinach, shallots, egg yolk and parsley, the flavor is immense.
The spaghetti is also unique as a mixture of zucchini noodles and carrot noodles! There is so much flavor here!
Trade in traditional pasta for well seasoned spaghetti squash with a tomato and mushroom sauce.
The meatballs are made with ground beef, quinoa (a different and delicious take on this recipe), red pepper takes, garlic oregano, and more.
The pasta is made with spaghetti squash, but there is still zucchini in the recipe, but this time it is in the sauce!
We love all of these recipes. It is a shame that some of these recipes do not note the calorie intake. However, there are so many options for you to choose from, if you are a bit thrown off by this, you can choose another.
If you are feeling a bit creative, you could always make your own version of Paleo spaghetti meatballs using a combination of the recipes here.
We are a big fan of using multiple vegetables for the spaghetti, as it just adds so much more flavor to the dish.
That being said, making spaghetti meatballs soup is also a brilliant idea that we will surely be trying, especially to get a nice warm tummy in the winter!
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