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This Greek turkey meatballs are mixed with feta cheese and lots of fresh herbs and spices for a simple, healthy, gluten-free and low-carb dinner!

Greek turkey meatballs with feta on a serving plate

PEN Greek turkey meatballs

Honestly, guys? These meatballs will only put a big smile on your face.

Just like the peppers filled with Greek turkey quinoa, when your mouth chews through the freshness of mint and parsley and then gets 1-2 POINTS of other herbs and spices with melting, salty feta cheese? MAN OH MAN, it's GOOD.

I like making a HUGE batch that I have on hand for busy days of the week when I'm hungry but only have negative time to check.

There is also the whole saying "Greek flavors are always good, so you can always have them on hand". Actually, I just made it up, but whether it's these balls or a Greek chicken-fried cauliflower meal preparation bowl, my taste buds are ALWAYS here for Greek flavors.

 Turkey meatballs recipe close-up with sauce

Are turkey meatballs healthier than beef?

Who doesn't like meatballs? I dare you to name EVERYONE you can think of! I mean there it is Gluten-free vegan chickpea meatballs and Asian turkey meatballsand SO many more meatballs on the blog, so I think at this point it is clear that I am a big fan. Add some Greek taste and BAM – you get them Greek turkey meatballs with feta.

BUT are turkey meatballs actually healthier than beefballs? The quick answer is that they are just different! Turkey and ground beef are high in protein, potassium and iron, and both types of meat are high in fat. However, the turkey is leaner and contains less saturated fatty acids than beef, which makes it a good choice!

Greek turkey meatball ingredients

Another thing that will drive you crazy Greek turkey meatball recipe is the amazing flavors! As you know, I am a HUGE fan of Greek – the flavors are so fun and unique and I literally never get bored! Here's what you need to get from the store to create this recipe:

  • Lean turkey
  • Full fat feta cheese
  • Big egg
  • Fresh parsley
  • Coconut flour
  • Fresh mint
  • Garlic powder
  • Ground basil
  • Floor oregano
  • cumin
  • Ground dill
  • Ground thyme
  • salt
  • Ground nutmeg
  • cinnamon

Baked Greek turkey meatballs stacked up on a plate

How to make greek turkey meatballs?

Now that you're hungry after hearing EVERYTHING about this Greek delicacy, you're good to go!


Set your oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and let it preheat completely. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.


Put all ingredients in a large bowl and mix until well mixed. Feel free to use your hands. Scoop out meatballs in heaping tablespoons with a cookie scoop and place on the prepared baking sheet. You should end up with about 20 meatballs.

to bake

Place the pan in the oven and let the meatballs bake for about 10-13 minutes or until they reach an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit.


Immerse yourself in whatever you want and DISCOVER!

Greek turkey meatballs on a baking sheet ready for the oven

What goes well with meatballs from Greek Turkey?

Don't you love a recipe that's good in and of itself? This recipe definitely shines by itself with these fabulous Greek flavors. However, here are some options if you want to serve something alongside baked greek turkey meatballs:

How do you store the meatballs for later?

When I cook meatballs, I often cook a double batch because they freeze very well and are so easy to defrost and bake another time! To freeze them, store them in a single layer in a freezer bag and let them thaw in the fridge a day before baking! If you've cooked a few and want to enjoy them all week, this is another great option! Just cook the meatballs and then store them in an airtight container in the fridge for 3-4 days!

 Turkey meatballs on a plate with dip sauce

Other healthy Greek recipes

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Grilled stuffed Mediterranean avocados

Paleo Mediterranean tuna salad

Greek turkey meatballs

These Greek turkey meatballs are mixed with feta cheese and lots of fresh herbs and spices for a simple, healthy, gluten-free and low-carb dinner!


  • 1 lb 93% lean turkey
  • 2nd Oz Full fat feta cheese
  • 1 Big egg, wiped
  • 3rd tablespoon Fresh parsley, chopped
  • 2nd tablespoon Coconut flour
  • 1 tablespoon Fresh mint, chopped
  • 1 1/2 TL Garlic powder
  • 1 1/2 TL Ground basil
  • 1 1/2 TL Ground oregano
  • 3/4 TL cumin
  • 3/4 TL Ground dill
  • 3/4 TL Ground thyme
  • 1/2 TL salt
  • 1/4 TL Ground nutmeg
  • 1/4 TL cinnamon


  1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees and line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.

  2. Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl until everything is well mixed. Use a cookie scoop to place 1 tablespoon of large balls on the pan and roll them into a ball. You should get 20 balls.

  3. Bake until an instantly readable thermometer in the middle reads 165 degrees Fahrenheit for about 10-13 minutes.

  4. Serve and DISCOVER at will! (I like to dive into Tzatziki!)

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Nutritional information

Greek turkey meatballs

Amount per serving

Calories 230.4 Calories from fat 113

% Daily value *

fat 12.6 g19%

Saturated fat 5g31%

Polyunsaturated fat 0.3 g

Monounsaturated fat 1.1 g

cholesterol 139.1 mg46%

sodium 551.6 mg24%

potassium 26.1 mg1%

carbohydrates 3.2 g1%

Fiber 1.5 g6%

Sugar 0.6 g1%

protein 26.1 g52%

Vitamin A. 2.8IU0%

calcium 7.5 mg1%

iron 11.5 mg64%

* The daily percentages are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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