I don’t know about you, but spaghetti with meatballs is one of my favorite, go-to comfort food meals. My kids, on the other hand, can get tired of it pretty quick. So when I snuck some mozzarella cheese in to the center of these super easy, slow cooker meatballs they were over-the-moon-excited! They thought it was the coolest thing EVER. My son kept asking how I got the cheese in there. Before I knew it, all of them were scarfing down their meatballs to find the cheesy centers.
For an easy dish to serve on the side, I decided to make traditional garlic bread a little more fun. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that food on a stick is always a win with kids. This tasty bread is perfect for dipping into the spaghetti sauce, or used as magic wands … your choice!
Making the cheese-stuffed meatballs and twisted garlic bread skewers couldn’t be easier. Start by throwing your meatball ingredients in a bowl and mixing together.
Shape your meatballs, then use your finger to poke a little hole in to the meatball, then place a little bit of a mozzarella stick inside. Seal it back up, then repeat!