Jamie Eason Meatloaf Muffins

When I’m looking for something healthy and high in protein that I can eat over and over to help lean out, (fitness model) Jamie Eason’s meatloaf muffins fit the bill.  I made them for dinner, then had them for the next several lunches and dinners until they were gone.  A serving size is 1 or 2 for me, depending on how hungry I am and what I’m having with it. This recipe makes 12.

      *Quaker Oats – Quick 1 Minute – Dry, 1 cup 
      egg white, fresh, 3 large (I used All Whites)
      Onions, raw, 1 cup, chopped 
      Celery, raw, 1 cup, diced (I didn’t have any celery, but used a red bell pepper instead)
      *Jenni-O Extra Lean Ground Turkey Breast, 2.5 lbs (I mixed that and Laura’s lean beef)
      *Ground cumin, 0.5 tsp 
      *Herb – Thyme, Dried Ground (1 tsp), 1 gram 
      *Mustard Yellow, Emirel’s Mellow Yellow (1tsp/5g), 2 tsp 
      *Black pepper (spice) 2 tsp 
      *Chipotle pepper, ground, 2 tsp (I omitted this and used salt-free seasoning)
      Salt, 1 tsp 
      Garlic powder, 2 tbsp (remove) (I used 3 fresh cloves)
      – I also added a couple dashes of Worcestershire Sauce

    I chopped the onion, red pepper and garlic.
    And then combined all the ingredients into a large mixing bowl.  Using my hands, I portioned the mixture into 12 large meatballs. 
    Bake at 350 for about 35 minutes or so.  I reheat them in the microwave for about a minute. 
    For this dinner I steamed up some broccoli and asparagus as a side veggie.  I like a little ketchup on the side too.  I like how the red pepper looks in the meatballs, I’ll probably add green or yellow next time also.
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    1. I just made these meatballs for dinner this week too! I'm trying my best to stick with the meal plan for LiveFit, but I have a hard time resisting certain foods. Your meatballs look so much prettier than mine turned out! I'm def adding some red pep next time too! Thanks!

      1. Adding that bit of color does make them more appealing! 🙂 The meal plan for LiveFit is fierce, but if you stick with it you WILL see results!

    2. I have started doing Jamie Eason's live fit trainer and came across this recipe. I love it how tasty these are and a convenient meal or snack. I added some spinach and sun dried tomatoes to mine and they tasted delicious!

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