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Cheesy Volcano Meatballs

Cheesy Volcano Meatballs recipe
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The kids will love the melted cheese "erupting" from the top of these meatballs.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
24 min
servings
total:
Makes 4 servings.
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posted:
10/8/2008
I thought this was a great meal for something quick and tasty
posted:
9/21/2008
This was delicious!! I toasted the buns and put more sauce than it called for (not in but over the meatballs) and then topped it with some shredded cheese...SO good! This recipe was also very, very easy and took no time at all before we were sinking our teeth into fabulous meatball subs!
posted:
9/10/2008
This was such a tasty and quick meal to make, so yummy, will definitely make this again. The only change I made was I added thin pieces of cheese to the buns, then broiled them for a couple of minutes to get that crispy, but melted cheese effect.
posted:
9/10/2008
This is so easy to make!! My husband and boys love this!! Even my 4 year old picky eater!! They just eat the meatballs and use the sauce as a dip. Eating them on a bun is a little tough for them yet!! Great recipe!!!
posted:
8/27/2008
Looks great. Can't wait to try it
posted:
8/26/2008
This is perfect for kids! I served the leftovers with some baked seasoned fries for lunch. They were so excited about the meatball kid size po-boys for lunch!
posted:
6/18/2008
This is so good and easy. My kids beg me for it.
posted:
5/23/2008
My kids love this and they are frequently the cooks. We usually use ground turkey, reduced fat cheese and wheat hot dog buns which is just as good, but a bit healthier.
posted:
5/18/2008
My friend and I made this recipe, and it was wonderful! This recipe is easy and inexpensive too! I love Subway's Meatball Sub, but it costs too much. I now have a formidable substitute! The only thing I would change is sticking cheese cubes into the ground beef. I know this step appeals to children, but when the cheese melts it can become a mess in the baking dish. I prefer to place slices of cheddar or mozarella on the sandwiches after cooking.
posted:
4/9/2008
My kids loved this recipe. They said that I can make it anytime.
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