Feb 4, 2009

Turkey Meatloaf





A quick and easy dinner to prepare on a busy week night. Mix all the ingredients and throw it in the oven. In one hour it's done! Serve this with some garlic mashed potatoes and a vegetable for a complete meal.




Turkey Meatloaf
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 4 servings Serving Size: 1/4 • Old Points: 5 pts • Points+: 7 pts
Calories: 258.8 • Fat: 5.1 g Protein: 37 g Carb: 14 g Fiber: 1.4 g



Ingredients:
  • 1/4 cup plus 2 tbsp ketchup (I use organic)
  • 2 tsp worcestershire sauce
  • 1/2 small onion, minced
  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • 1.3 lb 99% lean ground turkey
  • 1/2 cup seasoned breadcrumbs (I use 4c Whole Wheat)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp marjoram
  • salt to taste

Directions:


    Preheat the oven to 350°. In a small bowl combine 2 tbsp ketchup with worcestershire sauce.

    Saute olive oil and onion on low until translucent, remove from heat.


    In a medium bowl mix turkey, onion, breadcrumbs, egg, 1/4 cup ketchup, salt and marjoram. Place mixture into a loaf pan or shape into a loaf and place on a baking pan. Spoon sauce on top.

    Bake uncovered for 55-60 minutes, remove from oven and let it sit for 5 minutes before slicing.

    170 comments :

    1. This looks SO good!!! I will definitely have to try this recipe. Thanks!

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    2. okay, I am way to hungry to be looking at cooking blogs today lol. This looks delicious. Can't wait to try it. thanks

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    3. Yum yum! I have some ground sirloin (1 pt per oz) that I wanted to make some mini meatloaves out of!

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    4. That is exactly how I make my turkey meatloaf!!! So delish! I never thought of putting it in a loaf pan, though - great idea!! I will try it this week!

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    5. Made this recipe before and it is definitely tasty.

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    6. Gina, those slices are perfect and despite this being ground turkey...looks really moist.

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    7. I can't wait to try this. Thanks.

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    8. Gina, made turkey meatloaf last night with your loaf pan idea - awesome! I think it kept it more compact and moist. I gave you a shout-out on my blog!!

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    9. Awesome recipe, my husband said it was one of the best meatloafs he has ever had. Thanks!

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    10. I made this twice now. It's delicious and moist. I did spread a thin layer of ketchup on the top. Thanks!

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    11. I have made this twice too. Absolutely delish. I prefer the texture of ground turkey to ground beef, and I had never tried it before making this recipe.

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    12. @nikkeedee I like it better with turkey than beef too

      @monica - I sometimes top with a little ketchup as well : )

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    13. this was the best meatloaf ive ever had! thank u so much for awesome recipes u make dieting much easier!

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    14. You're welcome! I don't think the photo does it justice!

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    15. hey gina! this is the second recipe i'm attempting! how many calories do you think this is?

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    16. 268 calories per serving

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    17. Could you do this with oatmeal instead of bread crumbs like the petite version?? Which is healthier? Thanks

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    18. Sure!! I would have to say oatmeal is probably healthier!

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    19. Gina! I see that the serving size is 4 so does that mean you only have 4 slices? If I made 8 slices would the serving size be 2 slices?

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    20. It depends on how thick you slice it!! Cut it in 8 slices and serving size would be 2 slices each.

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    21. This is the BEST! My husband won't get meatloaf out anymore and my one year old eats a whole slice to himself!! We've made it 3 times already. Definately a keeper.

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    22. I bought some minced turkey to make rissoles. The turkey would not mix like ground beef.What did I do wrong?

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    23. I made this tonight. It was wonderful! My husband loved it. Served with 1/2 cup of mashed potatoes and 1 point single serving size corn. Very filling! Very tasty turkey meatloaf.

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    24. can this be made with out marjoram? never heard of it and def dont' have it on hand!

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    25. Sure, why not. Maybe use parsley instead.

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    26. Delicious! I added 4 slices of crumbled turkey bacon too! Yummy!
      Caroline
      SmartyPantsMama.com

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    27. Have this in the oven right now! Smells yummy already!!

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    28. This recipe is awesome! Made it for my boyfriend and my mother and they couldn't believe it was Weight Watchers friendly. I had all I could do to not have second helping :o)

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    29. Are your point values per serving, or for the whole thing?

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    30. This is not a fancy dish, but I love it. I make this quite often!

      Yes, the points are per serving.

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    31. Omg!! Wonderful recipe! I added minced garlic and mushrooms. My 7-year-old even ate it! Thank you!!!!

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    32. Thanks for this recipe! Made it tonight and hubs got seconds!!!

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    33. I have never been a fan of Mealoaf, but I absolutely love this recipe. The second time I made it, I added a some garlic, sage, thyme and ground cayenne pepper. Thank you.

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    34. I like how you spiced things up! I'll have to give that a try next time I make this!

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    35. I just recently found your site and I am so glad I did! I made this meatloaf last night and OMG it is awesome! My husband and I are always looking for new WW recipes and this is one of the best that we have found! I served it with the garlic mashed potatoes which were also so good! Thank you so much for all of the great recipes. I look forward to trying many more!

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    36. I just made this last night(along with the Creamy Grape Dessert) and it was amazing!! The best turkey meatloaf I have ever had. My husband hates ground turkey, but he even liked it. I didn't have marjoram so I added a little dried basil and garlic powder....I also spread a little ketchup on top before baking. Amazing. Thanks Gina!! P.S...it's even great the next day as meatloaf sandwich :)

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    37. Just recently found this site and love all the recipe ideas!! Thank you so much for having the Points Plus values also! I made this Turkey Meatloaf tonight for dinner and loved it. My husband even liked it! I didn't tell him it was ground turkey until he had eaten 3 slices of it!! Thanks so much for so many great recipes :)

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    38. Yummy meatloaf! I added some finely chopped red bell pepper for some sweetness. I also substituted 1/2 tsp of thyme for the marjoram. Topped it off with a little bit of ketchup before it went in the oven.

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    39. I wonder if this would be good if you substituted the bread crumbs for ground up Fiber One Cereal? I love meatloaf. :) Thanks for the recipe.

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    40. When you say you use 4c whole wheat bread crumbs. What exactly do you mean? I saw this on the recipe I made this week, the chicken parm, I dont have wheat crumbs to I used the 1/4c of reg, but Im curious what 4c is, I cant imagine that its 4 cups. Thank you!

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    41. 4C is a brand that sells whole wheat bread crumbs but if you can't find them, make your own or use regular bread crumbs.

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    42. Ooooh ok!! lol thanks so much for clearing that up!

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    43. I started WW one week ago and found this blog, tonight I made 4th recipe of yours! This was great meatloaf, again my boyfriend who is in shape and not a dieter loved it. SO glad to have found this site with great food, that we both enjoy! My first turkey meatloaf and its my new go to!

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    44. I was skeptical about making this as I thought I didn't like ground turkey. It turned out great and I actually liked this recipe better than the one I usually make with ground beef! I made 4 individual loaves out of it and baked it for about 30 minutes. Even my husband liked it. Thanks for all the great recipes!

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    45. I have tried many of your recipes since joining weight watchers 2 weeks ago, and have totally loved every single one. I am a big fan of meatloaf. I usually use veal, pork, and beef. I'm going to try this tomorrow night, and I have no doubt I'll love it. A good tip is to grate the onion with a hand grater over the bowl so you get the juice from the onion in there. It helps keep it nice and moist and flavorful. Same thing with garlic cloves too! Thank you for all your fabulous recipes. They're a life saver!

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    46. Gina. I don't have 99% fat free turkey on hand I only have 85/15% :( do you know what the new point plus value would be?

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    47. This was so good. I've always been skeptical of turkey loaves but I'll never go back to beef now. Made it with baked fries and your green beans with garlic and oil! Yum Yum!

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    48. This was REALLY yummy!

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    49. This was so delicious! I am making it again tonight! Thanks so much for your great recipes.

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    50. Just made this last night. Was very good! I am going to make a play on Philly Cheesesteaks tonight with the left overs :)

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    51. Wow, it looks like you've made another turkey meatloaf convert! It was really moist & delicious.

      The only changes I made to your recipe were: I substituted 1T Mrs. Dash for the marjoram, and added 1T garlic-flavored worcestershire. Also I used 93/7% ground turkey, which added 4 p+ to the whole loaf.

      Thanks Gina for doing the hard work for us :)

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    52. i can not wait to try this! thanks for all your recipes. i loved them all so far!

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    53. if you measured the onion would you say it was around 1/3 cup? i dont want to put too much!

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    54. This looks good. Have you ever tried making meatloaf with oats instead of bread crumbs? I've been using Paual Deen's meatloaf recipe which calls for them. I also love my meatloaf topped with ketchup before baking.

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    55. Fantastic meatloaf recipe. Cannot even tell it's ground turkey! Thanks for the great recipes!!!

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    56. I make a similar recipe to this one. I add about 2 TBS of Splenda Brown Sugar on the bottom of the loaf pan, then I add to the turkey mixture 2 cloves garlic, and about 1/2 - 1 tsp of ground ginger! It's amazing!

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    57. I made this tonight and instead of the marjoram I added Mrs Dash onion and herb salt free seasoning,it was delicious.

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    58. Gina,

      I have made many of your recipes over the years and this was also delicious! I added in spinach and mushrooms as well. BRAVO!

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    59. Gina,

      I only have a 5x9 inch loaf pan, not a 9x12. Would that still work or should I adjust the baking time or buy the bigger pan?

      Thanks. Can't wait to make this tonight!

      -Katie

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    60. 9 x 12 sounds too big, a regular loaf pan is fine.

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    61. Hey Gina,

      Are two slices equivalent to 6.5 Plus points? I'm new to weight watchers and kinda lost on what I can eat...!

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    62. I made this turkey meatloaf last night and it was wonderful! I just had a leftover piece for breakfast and it's so good. I used one egg white instead of a whole egg, and I didn't have marjoram so I used oregano. Delicious!

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    63. Made this today - was fantastic. I used cooking spray instead of the oil and ketchup with lower sugar so the recipe came out to 5 WW pts for 2 slices. I also added more sauted veggies to the meatloaf (diced bell peppers and carrots) - great way to trick the kids into eating more veggies!

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    64. The recipe says 9 x 12 pan. I'm assuming you mean a standard loaf pan?

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    65. When do I put the ketchup on top if I want to add that? (Can you tell I am cooking this now?)

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    66. What about adding veggies to the mixture? Like Carrots, celery and peppers? How would you make it stick together better?

      Erin,
      Langley, BC Canada

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    67. I'm sure you can shred carrots or any veggies and have the same results. I do this with my turkey burgers and some meatballs. I usually use zucchini. My meatloaf cupcakes have zucchini. Ketchup could be added before you bake it, see my petite meatloaves.

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    68. Hi Gina. I have been on WW for almost a year now. I just found your web site and I am hooked. I'm not that great of a cook, but this is helping. Love your blog. One question on the meatloaf. I have a thing about texture, can I use powdered union instead of the real thing? If so, how much? Thanks!

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    69. HI i was wondering if instead of the breadcrumbs if you could use brown rice?

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    70. Hi Gina, I was a little skeptical to make this because it's not the prettiest meatloaf I've ever seen but after my sister recommended it I had to give it a shot. I've got to say that my fiance & I just loved it! This is definitely getting added to our regular rotation. So easy and delicious - the only change I made was to add 1/4 cup of grated parmesano regiano that I needed to use up. Thank you so much for your wonderful recipes!

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    71. i added spinach and sun dried tomatoes, it was colorful and delicious, my roommate really enjoyed it.

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    72. If I double the recipe do you know what the cooking time and temp would be?

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    73. Our meatloaf looked a bit odd on top after we took it out of the oven, however I liked the texture, and it was very tasty. Due to the generous portion size, if you are a ketchup person, plan on extra points or you will probably run out!

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    74. This was easy to make and so yummy. I liked it cold on a sandwich too. I'll be making it again soon. Thank you for the recipes. I plan making a few more tomorrow.

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    75. This recipe was absolutely DELICIOUS!!!! I had it with low fat baked mac and cheese and it was great.

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    76. This is about the twentieth recipe I have made from your website and once again... brilliant and delicious! I have made turkey meatloaf a couple other times and have not liked it, but this recipe was great! I topped it with a ketchup and brown sugar glaze... definitely added to the point value, but it was worth it! Thanks again for a great recipe!

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    77. Hi Gina, Could this work as a crock pot recipe? If so, how long would you cook it for?

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    78. This was delicious! I started on weight watchers two weeks ago and stumbled upon this blog - and I'm in love with it!! Meatloaf was delicious!

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    79. I made this a couple of weeks ago, and when I asked my boyfriend what he wanted me to make for dinner on Valentine's Day he requested this! :-) So I will be making it again soon. I love that you can eat so much of it for so little points. Last time we put ketchup on top but this time I might put some bbq sauce or hot sauce on top. Mmmm!

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    80. Had this for dinner last night, AMAZING!

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    81. I just made this for dinner and it was AMAZING! Will be making it again ASAP! My husband loves his mother's meatloaf and liked this one even better! Plus, it's much healthier! :) Thanks Gina!

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    82. I made this for dinner tonight, and it was delicious! I liked it better than the recipe I had been using from a WW cookbook. We couldn't even tell it was turkey. I added some chopped mushrooms I wanted to use up, so that probably added moisture as well. My only question is, how much salt? I am afraid of oversalting, so I used 1/2 teaspoon. That seemed to be enough without making it too salty. I split the mixture into 2 smaller loaf pans and cooked about 40 minutes. This is a keeper!

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    83. Made this tonight and wasn't really sure what to expect. I'm not a huge fan of meatloaf, in general, but the reviews were so good and it's stuff I pretty much always have in the house, so I decided to give it a shot, and I am so glad I did! I doubled the recipe and added minced garlic to the onions when I sauteed them. I also added a little worchestire sauce.Other than that, I followed the recipe and free-formed the loaf on a sheet pan and coated it with some ketchup. I was definitely pleasantly surprised by it, as was my husband. And 2 out of 3 of our kids ate it up too, so it is definitely being added to the rotation. Served it with garlic mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus....delicious! Thanks Gina!!

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    84. This was so yummy! Made it last night for dinner.

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    85. Delicious! Even my skeptical family enjoyed it. My daughter said she liked it better than regular meatloaf! Will definitely make again! Thanks for all of your recipes, Gina!

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    86. I made this for dinner tonight along with your garlic mashed potatoes. My husband loved it! He couldn't fathom how moist and yummy it was. He said that his mother's meatloaf always came out dry and it needed ketchup for moistening. He pulled out ketchup tonight in preparation to use on the meatloaf but never used it! He said it would be an insult to the meatloaf and me since it wasn't even necessary. Thanks Gina for sharing such wonderfully yummy and skinny recipes!

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    87. Great! I find turkey moister than beef.

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    88. Hi all...I made this today but added just a few changes...Instead of 1 egg, I did 2 egg whites...also added some Worchestire sauce and garlic powder....YUMMY! Great recipe Gina....keep'em coming!

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    89. Gina - I just noticed, this isn't 4.5 old points.. It is 6 points.

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      1. and 7 points plus, not 6.5. I tried 2 different calculators and I still get these values.

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    90. Greetings from Turkey :)

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    91. Gina, my husband first made me this meatloaf years ago. I think I've tried it once or twice since then and am craving it again. Just wanted to add to the chorus of "yum".

      Thanks again for sharing your recipes with us. I'm a long-time follower who is so grateful!

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    92. Love it, love it, love it. My kids hated meatloaf, until this. I serve it with fresh parmesan green beans.

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    93. made this with Lean ground beef, loved it. How many pts would I add for the beef instead of turkey?

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    94. I made this for dinner tonight and it was really good. I made my own whole wheat bread crumbs, used reduced sugar ketchup, egg whites instead of a whole egg and added a few dashes of Worcestershire. This will defiantly be my go-to meatloaf. It's the only recipe that I've been able to make without drying out. It was delicious.

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    95. hi gina, did you update this recipe by any chance? the one i have bookmarked (and pinned to pinterest) had a different picture and i don't remember there being worcestershire sauce, but it links here now. just wondering if there's any other difference i'm missing - thanks!

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      1. Yes I just reshot it and topped it with a glaze. The old photo was so aweful!

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      2. So, how did you get it to Brown up nicely? This was by far the best meatloaf I've made, but I subbed a cup of fresh breadcrumbs I keep in the freezer and added a little milk. I also use lean instead of extra lean, because I'm feeding three boys.

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    96. Fantastic! Another recipe of yours going into "the rotation". Thank you!!!!

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    97. This meatloaf was delicious! The sauce for the top tastes EXACTLY like English brown sauce. And my English, meatloaf hating, leftover snob husband asked me if there was enough left for him to have it for dinner tonight! Not only is this an excellent meatloaf recipe, but you've just saved me some serious money no longer having to buy imported brown sauce at the grocery store - now I can make it myself! Thanks Gina!

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    98. Mmm!! I made this on Monday night, but added a couple of cloves of garlic to saute with the onions, 2 heaping spoonfuls of nutritional yeast, a few shakes of cayenne, some garlic powder, and cinnamon to the turkey mixture and on a whim, threw in an entire cubed heirloom tomato. It was so good!

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    99. Any ideas about freezing? Should I cook first or freeze uncooked? Any ideas on baking times if made in muffin tins (for single serviings)?

      Thanks!

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    100. So good! Will be making this often. Thanks!

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    101. Hi Gina! My husband has a major dislike with onions and peppers, any suggestions what I could use in place of onions for this? Thank you

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      1. Onion powder so you get some of the onion flavor. Add shallots if you like them.

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      2. Thank you Gina!!

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    102. I made this recipe last night and I must say it was phenomenal. I've already had three friends ask for this recipe as well. This will definitely be my new go to meatloaf.

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    103. Such a great recipe! I made this last night with a few modifications (doubled the amount of onions, threw in some extra spices - red pepper flakes, thyme, garlic salt, and brushed the top with a mix of bbq sauce and ketchup instead of worcestershire sauce). It's really moist and tastes just as good the 2nd day!

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    104. I was a bit skeptical about trying this as I'm not a fan of ground turkey unless it's drenched in some kind of sauce but after reading all the comments, I decided to give it a try along with your garlic mashed potatoes. One word... WOW! So moist and delicious. The only change I made was omitting the marjoram (didn't have any) and added McCormick Perfect Pinch Salt Free Garlic & Herb Seasoning in it's place. This will definitely be going into my weekly rotation. Thanks Gina!!

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    105. This was such a great recipe! last time I made turkey meatloaf it was very dry but this was nice and moist. Thank you!

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    106. I am looking for a Meatless version of this.. Any helpful hints on how the go about that?

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    107. It's meatloaf. Its going to be difficult to make it meatless.

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    108. So pleased with how this turned out. I had tried to simply alter my old beef meatloaf into turkey meatloaf, but it was a dismal attempt. This recipe was flavorful and moist. Yay!

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    109. I'm thinking this was 1 1/3 pounds of turkey... not 1- 3 pound thing... I hope mine turns out ok, I just split it into two loaves because it was so much... but now I'm realizing I didn't double anything else. Shoot. That was a bone-headed move.

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    110. Great dinner!! Can't even tell its a healthy dish because there is so much flavor to it! Thanks

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    111. I Love this meatloaf, it is the first turkey meatloaf that I have found that's tasty!
      I made a wonderful meatloaf sandwich/panini with the leftovers today, using Trader Joe's Lavash bread, a bit of lowfat cheddar cheese and grilled on my panini press. The sandwich is worth making that meatloaf every week!!
      Thank you so much,
      Paula

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    112. LOVE this meatloaf! It's sooo delicious, dare I say I love it more than my mothers...don't tell her I said that as she makes a mean meatloaf to begin with! This is great to make on a Sunday as it provides me lunch all week. All I do is add some quinoa and a salad/veggie together each day, I'm good to go :)

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    113. Very VERY good Meatloaf. I added green peppers, a little bbq sauce, and a ts of crushed red pepper for some kick.

      super moist!

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    114. Delicious! I made a few changes that did not impact the point value. Instead of a 1/2 cup of bread crumbs I used a 1/2 cup of Quick Oats. I also cooked some onion, celery and carrots (1/2 cup of each, it cooks down to about a cup of vegetables) and I add them to the meatloaf when they're cool. Definitely a keeper!

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    115. Made this last night and added chopped zucchini, green, yellow, and red peppers. I accidentally left out the 1/4c of ketchup but it was still delicious and very moist. Major hit with the hubby!!

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    116. I made this 3 times already and everybody loves it!! Since we are super busy with two little boys, work etc I usually double or even triple the recipie so I can't go off of the 1/4 of a serving. I was wondering do you know how many kcal does it have per ounce? Or 4oz as a servign size? I would really appreciate an answer :)
      Thanks!

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    117. This looks wonderful! Can it be cooked in a crockpot so we come home after work to a hot meal?

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    118. I wonder if this would work with ground chicken?! I'm living in Japan and turkey is basically impossible to find in any shape or form! It looks delicious though and I'd love to try it!! Thank you :-)

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    119. Made this last night and it's delicious!! Used Panko breadcrumbs and some extra herbs/spices to make up for the seasoned italian breadcrumbs. Came out super-moist and delicious! So happy that this was my first try at meatloaf because it it amazing.

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    120. My life revolves around Skinnytaste now! Whether with the slow cooker or recipes like this, it has made my New Year's resolution of cooking at home way more fun and easy! I haven't given up on the resolution yet and I am only more inclined to cook more and more everyday as the year progresses!

      I made this Turkey Meatloaf last night for dinner and it was delicious! My husband was somewhat skeptical about the turkey aspect, but he was happily surprised once he tried it! As always, thanks for your awesome skinny recipes!

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    121. I made this tonight & it was delish!!!! My kids tore it up!! I didn't bother to tell them it was turkey. I will probably never go back to using ground beef. Very very good. No leftovers!

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    122. So I am trying to cut out most carbs (because im crazy). Do you think this recipe would still hold up with out the bread crumbs?

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    123. I HATE ground turkey - but I decided to give this a try and I'm SO glad I did!!! This is fantastic! It will be a regular meal for us from now on. Thank you!!

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    124. I make this about twice a month! It's a hit in our household. I like to top with siracha. Or I turned a slice into a burger with english muffin buns...mmmm

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    125. I've made this so many times! So delicious!!

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    126. This turkey meat loaf is TERRIFIC! My family loved it!

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    127. Hi Gina! Do you have the slow cooker version of this recipe? Thanks

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    128. I made this tonight and it was awesome!
      Only change I made was adding a shredded carrot and half of a shredded zucchini to saute with the onions.
      Gina - On Weight Watchers and each day I make one of your amazing recipes. Asian Meatballs, Skinny Eggplant Rollatini, Skinny Mac and Cheese (Added cooked chicken and made it a main course)....the list goes on.
      Thank you for all your wonderful recipes!!
      Linda

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    129. Loved this!!! I will never use ground beef in my meatloaf again! Very hard to believe something so yummy is low cal! Thanks for the great recipe!

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    130. I'm an African American mom and I never thought this would taste sooo good. It was super moist! I doubled the recipe and my children wanted even more of it. I'm loving this website. This will definitely be in my rotation for this winter

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    131. The turkey mini loaves you have on your site uses 1/2 cup of oatmeal. Everything else is exactly the same. Could they be interchanged? Like the oatmeal be used for the big one or bread crumbs used for the petites?

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    132. I prefer BBQ and oats. But really, it's the BBQ sauce that cuts down on the "gamey" tasted of the turkey. I also recently say a recommendation to bake them in muffin cups to regulate serving size- which I 'll do next time! Happy Cooking!

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    133. I'm making this tonight for dinner, my family LOVES turkey meatloaf and I love 1/2 the fat. Another trick is a diced up Mcintosh apple for a bit MORE moistness without the calories.

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    134. My husband and I love your turkey meatloaf-- the only thing we change is to swap BBQ for the katsup, and add diced green bell pepper. I also add oats in addition to breadcrumbs because it helps it bind together better. Thanks Gina!

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    135. When you say 4c whole wheat bread crumbs do you mean 4 cups?

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    136. Love this meatloaf. I want to freeze some so would I cook it & then freeze or can you just put it together, freeze & cook later?

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    137. This sounds so delicious. Thanks for including WW points with it. :)

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    138. What if you don't have Majoram

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    139. Hi Gina!
      I want to make this tonight but I don't want to use breadcrumbs. What do you suggest as a substitute? Ålmond, buckwheat or coconut flour?

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    140. I used oats instead of bread crumbs as a few people suggested but I also used salsa instead of ketchup - fewer calories, more nutrients, and less sugar.

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    141. Ok im makeing this 1 today. A quick meal yes

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    142. Question: if you substitute oatmeal for bread crumbs, would you use 1/2 cups of oats???
      Georgianne

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    143. Sooooo good! I was skeptical this would be dry with 99% ff turkey. But it was delicious. I did add some porcini mushrooms to the saute and used thyme instead of marjorum. Also added a splash of unsweetened almond milk . My husband even liked it. As his initial response to meatloaf was 'ill make something else' he ate his words.

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    144. This is such a great dish on a busy weeknight...sometimes I prepare it the night before and throw it in after work! Gina, I make one of your recipes almost nightly. I prepared a whole dinner for family from apps to desserts a few weeks ago, and no one knew they were eating healthier because everything tastes so great! I can't thank you enough for your hard work. You've made it easy for literally thousands of us to eat healthy and feed our families well. I cannot wait to buy your book!

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    145. This is probably the fourth time I have made this. I don't really even like meatloaf and I LOVE THIS!! Thanks for a great and EASY recipe!!

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    146. My whole family loved this meatloaf and it was so easy to prepare. I will be making this a lot! thanks

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    147. This was delicious! Thank you.

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    148. Just made this tonight. It was my first time ever having meatloaf and it is so delicious! Since the serving size is 1/4 loaf I just went ahead and used a mini loaf pan to make 4 personal-sized meatloaves :) I think I want to try subbing the ketchup for bbq sauce next time. Thanks for the awesome recipe!

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    149. I have to admit I love meatloaf (beef) but think I might just have to give this a try as it would be much healthier. Pinning it to try! Thanks!

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    150. Can you make this without breadcrumbs? As in none at all? I'm trying to reduce my carbs as much as possible. Just wondering if it is possible to make it with all the ingredients leaving out the breadcrumbs.

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    151. Just made this today during my baby's naptime. I used an adapted recipe from a blog post I read from Andee at The Honeybee. I used oats instead of breadcrumbs and baked it in a muffin tin. It cooked faster because the portions were smaller. My 13-month old daughter, my husband, and I all devoured it! Thank you so much for such a great recipe!

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    152. I'd love it if you could adapt this recipe for the crock pot? Seems like it would be even easier...

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    153. I tweaked it a bit. No onion, but I put in a clove of garlic. No marjorum or worcestershire, but I did add a bit of soy sauce, a tiny bit of mustard and basil. I don't know if that sounds strange, but it smells great. It's in the oven as we speak.

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    154. I've made this recipe several times already. Even my husband says it rivals his mother's meatloaf if you can believe that. I tweaked it a bit: replaced the Worcestershire with A-1 and I added bell peppers to the onions. It might be the A-1 sauce that bribes the husband, but hey - he eats it all up :)

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    155. Just made this....omg, so yummy! Had to have seconds. Thanks for the recipe! :-)

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    156. I love your recipes... but I have a problem with whole wheat and white bread... what can I substitute for the bread crumbs?

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