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You would never know this meatball is actually made from fruit

Maureen Kyle surprised her 'Go!' co-hosts with a vegan meatball sub.

CLEVELAND — Anyone who knows Maureen Kyle knows she eats and cooks healthy.

So when she told her co-hosts Dave Chudowsky and Hollie Strano that her "Challenge Week" task was to make a meatball sub, they knew something was up.

Kyle ended up turning the tables as she teamed up with Anna Harouvis from “Anna in the Raw," who cooks for a lot of athletes.

“They're not going to eat it if it doesn't look familiar to them," Harouvis said. "So this, you can even give to your kids. They're not going to know the difference."

Instead of a traditional meatball sub, they created meatballs from jackfruit, and cheese from potatoes.

And it totally fooled them that it wasn't meat (scroll down for the recipe).

“I still can’t believe it,” Chudowsky said.

“I’m shocked!" Strano added. "I seriously would never know."

Earlier this week, Strano was first to take on "Challenge Week" as she accepted the "Scare Your Soul" challenge.

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RECIPE

Jack fruit meatballs

1 can of jack fruit or shredded 20 ounces

Marinate with any sauce you like!

1 teaspoon of salt

1 teaspoon of garlic

1 teaspoon of pepper

May use oregano if you're going for more traditional taste meatballs

1 teaspoon of chopped basil

1 cup of almond or chickpea flour

Mix all ingredients and add a teaspoon of olive oil or water if needed

You can use a scoop or simply gloved hands and form the size netball you want.

Air fryer for 20 minutes at 350 degrees or in the conventional oven until golden brown.

Make a sub or over zucchini noodles or pasta and done!

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