In a large bowl, like really large (I use the giant bowl we hand out Halloween candy in from Party City), mix all ingredients except the olive oil together. The only real good way to mix is with your trusty hands, get in there and mix!
Scoop a heaping tablespoon portion and roll into a ball with your hands. I like use one of those round scoops that portions all of the meatballs equally. Place meatballs onto a large sheet pan.
*To cook the meatballs, heat some olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Cook the meatballs in batches, turning every few minutes until browned on all sides, about 5-7 minutes per batch. Transfer to a new baking sheet lined with paper towels to drain any excess fat. Taste test one...or two...
*see notes about alternative cooking method
Keep out any portion you plan to use if desired. Divide the rest into freezer bags, and freeze for easy use for your next meal!
Meatballs can also be baked on a sheet pan for 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees.
This recipe makes a lot of meatballs! You can easily cut in half, but why would you!? The point is to stock up that freezer for endless meal options!
You can make these with all beef or all turkey, or any combo of meats you like! I've also made them with some elk and venison. You can also make them any size that you want. Smaller for appetizer type portions, or larger for meal portions.
I often use almond milk and gluten free breadcrumbs or almond flour, they turn out the same!