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Cheese Stuffed Brekkie Meatball Shots

Cheese Stuffed Brekkie Meatball Shots

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This was a cracker. The wee man loved his breakfast today. Also just to state, look what happens if you make a little effort and make it interesting for your kids… Well, funnily enough, they eat what you put on the table in front of them. Give it a go. Imagine a 6-year-old face when you serve this up for breakfast for him/her. Yeah, eyes-wide-open with the WOW of what he just saw he was going to be eating. Questions & intrigue. Don’t forget we eat in this order; eyes, smell, taste…

These look so cool served like this,

They smell divine with the herbs and garlic, and

Taste absolutely superb with all the flavours punching through with every juicy bite.

Cheese Stuffed Brekkie Meatball Shots

Cheese Stuffed Brekkie Meatball Shots
How cool is that? Breakfast served in shot glasses (don’t tell them what shots are perhaps parents…) All restaurant like, which I find the kids love. And it showed in Jude Jude’s eating today. All three were gone in the blink of an eye. Yummo!!!

Cheese Stuffed Brekkie Meatball Shots

You will need the following to make 4 rather ample-sized meatballs;

  • 1x Wagyu mince beefburger from Shaun @ Orca
  • 1x pinch Italian mixed herbs
  • 1x Tsp Soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup breadcrumbs
  • 1x Tsp fried garlic (you can buy this pre-made at the supermarket)
  • 4x small cubes of cheese – I used Monterey Jack
  • Sea salt & cracked black pepper
  • Japanse mayo (or similar)

And here we go;

  1. In a bowl add the mince and mix well together with;
    • Garlic
    • Soy sauce
    • Italian mixed herbs
    • Sea salt & cracked black pepper
  2. Divide the mix into 4 equal parts and roll them into balls;
  3. Make a little indent in each ball and place a cheese cube in and then cover over and roll back into a ball;
  4. Sprinkle them all over with breadcrumbs and lay them on a greased baking tray;
  5. In the oven they go for 10-15 minutes on 200 degrees until nicely cooked through & browning;
  6. Pop each ball in a shot glass and top with a dollop of Japanese mayo and serve up on a platter.

There you go. This is a winner. Cheese Stuffed Brekkie Meatball Shots was clearly loved by the little man who ate the lot. I kid you not. I just took his empty glasses to the sink. You will notice I prepped for four and served three. One seems to have disappeared. I wonder where that went? Yummo – ENJOY!!!

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