Chef Peter knows firsthand that you sometimes have to put a creative spin on things to get kids to like it.
Take meatloaf for example--by turning that unappealing blob in a pan into a mouthwatering giant meatball, kids will love it!
It's an old Italian favorite with a kid-friendly twist. That's one ginormous meatball!
2 1/2 pounds of organic whole ground meat
1/2 of one large onion, chopped
Pinch of salt, pepper and herbs de Provence
dash of ketchup
salt, pepper, and herbs de Provence
Shape into giant meatball and regular size meatballs
Cook the mini-meatballs for 15-30 minutes and take out of oven
Continue cooking giant meatball for a total of 45 minutes to one hour
-Mix one cup meat broth with 3 tablespoons of ketchup
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