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Monday, April 22, 2013

Turkey Meatloaf




This Turkey Meatloaf is total comfort food but I am trying to eat healthier and watch those calories without giving up my favorite comfort food. 
But....not to worry:)

This recipe is about 160 calories a serving and only 2.1 grams of fat, so enjoy!

It shows you can feed your family great family classics that are healthier.

By the way, this recipe is tastier than my basic beef meatloaf, and even if I wasn't watching those bad little calories, I would choose this one:))


Turkey Meatloaf


Ingredients
  • 1.25 lbs of Extra Lean Ground White Turkey
  • 1 small onion, chopped
  • olive oil
  • 4 egg whites
  • 3/4 cup of salsa
  • 3/4 cup old fashioned oats, uncooked
  • Knorr Vegetable Soup Mix
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1/2 cup ketchup
Instructions
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
2. Saute the onion in just a dab of olive oil until caramelized, let cool to room temperature
3. In a large mixing bowl, combine the ground turkey, caramelized onion, salsa, egg whites, oats, soup mix and black pepper
4. Place in a 9 x 5 loaf pan or 3 small 1 lb loaf pans
5. Spread the ketchup evenly on top
6. Place in preheated oven and bake for about 60 minutes until juices run clear and the meatloaf is not longer pink in the center.
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*Knorr Vegetable Soup mix contains dried onions, carrots, tomato flakes, celery root flakes, leek, cabbage flakes, peas, tomato and broccoli powder!   A great way to add flavor and veggies.


42 comments:

  1. Will put this on my "to make" pile (so ever high) as it looks so good Evelyn. I am itching to make your Zucchini Lasagna. Looks like we might get a reprieve today with a bit of warmth before a week of rain ahead here on the Bruce Peninsula. Enjoty your day.

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  2. Wow, it looks so delicious, I could dig about a zillion tons of it :)

    Thanks for linking it up to my Smiles hop, Evelyn.
    Have a beautiful week.

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  3. Looks and sounds delish! Great idea to add the Knorr soup mix.

    xo
    Pat

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  4. This looks amazing! I really wanted to pin this - you should consider adding a pinterest share button.

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  5. Looks great and much healthier then with beef. I wish I could get my husband to be more agreeable about eating groung poultry. I have tried sneaking it in but he always know lol! Thanks for sharing my sweet friend :) Enjoy your week!

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  6. Stopping by from the blog hop at:
    http://peacoatsandplaid.blogspot.co.uk

    that looks AMAZING!!!!
    i will for sure have to try to make this sometime!
    It does not seem to hard and looks amazing!

    http://mscomposure.blogspot.com
    http://www.infinitelifefitness.com

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  7. This looks so yummy! I pinned it! :)

    I would love for you to join my Link Up this week!

    http://www.pluckys-secondthought.com/pluckys-link-up-5-with-co-host/

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  8. Hey there! I'm stopping' by from the blog hop and wanted to let you know I'm your newest follower via Bloglovin' and GFC! Hope you'll get a chance to visit me! You can find me here:

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  9. Your meatloaf does look yummy! My husband is another one who "isn't very agreeable about eating poultry" - I love the way Diane worded it. I asked him why the other day and he explained - "It just doesn't taste enough like beef". Just stopping by from the GRAND Social Linky Party. Thanks for the recipe!

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  10. So healthy but so delicious looking.

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  11. I have yet to try ground turkey, but it sure looks good. Thanks for sharing the recipes at A Humble Bumble, Evelyn :)

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  12. I am not a big fan of Turkey but this sure looks delicious! Shared on Facebook and Google+ today :-) Thank you for joining our party this week, Evelyn!

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  13. This looks really good! I love to try new meatloaf recipes! Can't wait to try this:)
    Shannon@CozyCountryLiving

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  14. I love meatloaf and turkey is even better!!

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  15. This is perfect timing as the Mr. picked up some ground turkey. I was going to make turkey burgers but, this looks yummy! Trying it tonight! Thanks for sharing! Don't forget to drop by & link it up if you haven't! xo Theresa @ DearCreatives.com

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  16. My mom taught me to use onion soup mix in meatloaf. I am going to have to try this variation!

    Thank you for spreading JOY and sharing at the Oh What a HAPPY Day party.

    Holly at Not Done Growing

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  17. I love that this is lighter ... and you'd even eat this without a diet :) I need to give it a try :)

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  18. Would love to try this :) Thanks for sharing with us at Creative mondays ...

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  19. I love meatloaf - and healthy meatloaf? Even better! I’d love for you to bring this to Tuesday’s Table over at Love in the Kitchen (http://zentmrs.blogspot.com/2013/04/tuesdays-table-for-april-23-2013-and.html)!

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  20. Ummmph looks absolutely mouth watering.
    Thanks for sharing
    Visiting from Sew Crafty Angel link party (http://sewcraftyangel.blogspot.com/)

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  21. I have been meaning to make meatloaf for such a long time, thanks for the reminder. I love the idea of using something other than beef mince :)

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  22. This looks so delicious. I am trying to use turkey more in place of beef. I've never used the veggie soup mix...eager to try it!

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  23. I've never used turkey for meatloaf. I'll have to try this. It looks great! Thanks for linking up on Tried and True Recipes: http://rediscovermom.blogspot.com/2013/04/tried-and-true-recipes-8.html

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  24. I love the idea of the salsa and vegetable soup mix. I bet it gives great flavor to the meatloaf. Thanks for sharing on Thursdays Treasures.

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  25. Your Turkey Meatloaf looks delicious! Your recipe is fabulous and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Have a great weekend and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  26. Sounds and looks delicious. I will definitely be trying this recipe!
    Thanks for sharing,
    Suzanne
    Pieced Pastimes
    PS-Would love to have you link this up to Saturday Sparks

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  27. I love using turkey instead of ground beef. So much healthier and tastes just as good. Your meatloaf recipe looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing at Wicked Good Wednesdays!

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  28. Love, love, love using oats instead of breadcrumbs in meatloaf. Evelyn, your enthusiasm for a healthy lifestyle always impresses me. I'm usually pulled to the dark side by Pinterest & Google + images!

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  29. I have never used Knorr Vegetable Soup mix and it sounds good, as does this recipe. Thanks for linking :)

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  30. Thanks for this. Your recipe sounds delish and reminded me that I haven't made turkey loaf for awhile. My hubby is going to be so glad you posted this. :D Thanks for sharing.
    p

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  31. This looks so delicious! I love me some meatloaf! YUMMY! Thanks for sharing with Random Recipe Roundup! :-D Zannie @ mymixingspoon.com

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  32. Great recipe I shared and I am Pinning.

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  33. I love finding new recipes for turkey meatloaf and yours looks delish!

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  34. We love using turkey in our meatloaf and your recipe looks wonderful!

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  35. I think I prefer turkey in meat loaf. This looks so appetizing

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  36. My family enjoys meatloaf and they would have no idea I used turkey. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

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  37. Meatloaf is one of my most favorite things to eat. I have never used ground turkey before, it just might be time to end that! This looks so good.

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  38. Is sodium content high in the Knorr seasoning?

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    1. It's not bad, 1/4 of the entire package is about 670 mg of sodium which is less than 1/3 of my daily required amount. (It's always best to check with your doctor concerning your daily requirements)

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))