Well, actually it's just an easy, healthy, yummy meat-a-ball-a... but Wilder loooves them and your kid might too. My cousin Amber's son is about 9 months older than Wilder so I've gotten many a hand-me-down and many a piece of advice from her over the last year. When I started feeding Wilder solids I asked what kinds of real foods Henry liked and she gave me this meatball recipe with rave reviews. Wilder was still a little young for it at the time so I filed it away in my recipe section of Evernote (You don't know about Evernote?? Check it out! It's been a lifesaver for me.) to try later. Of course I promptly forgot about it, as a person with mommy-brain is wont to do. But when we got back from Tennessee a few weeks ago, Wilder went through a minor picky eating phase so I dug around in my files and decided to try the long-lost meatball recipe. Y'all. Wilder pretty much gobbles them up and I love them because you can literally throw in everything but the kitchen sink and know that your kid is getting protein, fiber, vegetables, etc. all rolled into delicious, easy little balls of goodness. The recipe is below but you don't have to follow the ingredients to a tee. I used ground pork, chopped spinach, garlic powder, and I also mashed some leftover garbanzo beans to throw in for good measure.