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Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli

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Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.

Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.
Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli

Meatloaf nights happen once a month in my home – my family loves it and so do I. This classic meatloaf recipe is one of my favorites, but for a twist on the classic, try these Meatloaf Foil Packets or these Bacon Topped Meatloaf with BBQ Sauce.

Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.

Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.

Sheet pan meatloaf is a winner in my book, and using Reynolds Wrap Non-Stick Foil means easy cleanup! I’m a 2020 Reynolds Wrap Ambassador once again this year and am thankful for sheet pan dinners now that I’ve been cooking at home more than ever! Don’t get me wrong, I love cooking but the amount of dishes I’ve washed these past few weeks are more than I care to. By the time dinner rolls around, we are tired, which is why I love making sheet pan dinners with Reynolds Wrap Non-Stick Foil. The individual turkey meatloaves cook with the broccoli all at the same time, so the whole meal is ready in thirty minutes. If you want to add another side, corn on the cobb would be perfect.

This meatloaf recipe is also great to make for meal prep. You can refrigerate the leftovers for a few days and reheat in the microwave when ready to eat. This recipe also doubles well if you want to make extra meatloaf to freeze for later. Just put the loaves in a freezer bag and freeze for up to three months.

I used Reynolds Wrap Non-Stick Foil which is made with a food-safe Non-Stick coating added on one side (the dull side) that makes it easy to line pans and wrap your dishes without the hassle of clean-up. No need for non-stick oils and sprays.

How do you make meatloaf from scratch?

Making delicious turkey meatloaf from scratch is super simple. You just combine all of the meatloaf ingredients into one bowl and mix well. But, make sure not to over mix! Over mixing will result in tougher meatloaf that’s not as tender.

After you mix your ingredients, shape the mixture into four small loaves and place on a baking sheet with foil. Lining your baking trays with foil will decrease the cleaning time, so don’t forget to use Reynolds Wrap Non-Stick Foil for this step!

Next, you need to make the meatloaf glaze. Don’t worry – it’s also very easy. Just mix some ketchup with Worcestershire sauce and brush onto the loaves. This glaze will make the meatloaf extra juicy and flavorful.


  • Swap out broccoli for cauliflower or use a mix of both.
  • If you don’t have oats, use breadcrumbs instead.
  • If all you have is ground beef, that will work fine too.

To Meal Prep: Divide into four meal prep containers. Keep covered and refrigerate for three to four days. To reheat, microwave in 30-second intervals until heated through.

To Freeze: Store leftover meatloaf in a freezer bag and freeze for up to three months. Thaw in the refrigerator and reheat in the microwave.

How To Make Sheet Pan Meatloaf

Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.

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Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli

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Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.
Course: Dinner
Cuisine: American
Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli made with individual loaves cooked on a foil-lined sheet pan for a quick meal with easy cleanup.
Prep: 10 mins
Cook: 30 mins
Total: 40 mins
Yield: 4 servings
Serving Size: 1 loaf with 1/2 cup broccoli



  • 1.3 pounds (20 oz) 93% ground turkey
  • 1/3 cup quick cooking oatmeal, or gf oats
  • 6 tablespoons ketchup, divided
  • 1/3 cup minced onion
  • 1 large egg
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried or fresh thyme leaves
  • 1 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 2 teaspoons Worcesterchire sauce, divided


  • 1 large bunch broccoli, (1 1/2 pounds) cut into florets
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • Reynolds Wrap Non-Stick Foil


  • Preheat the oven to 425F. Line a 13x9-inch sheet pan with Reynolds Wrap Non-Stick Foil, dull side facing up towards food.
  • In a medium bowl toss broccoli with oil and season with 1/2 teaspoon salt and spread out on the sheet pan in a single layer on one side.
  • In a medium bowl combine ground turkey, oatmeal, 1/4 cup ketchup, onion, egg, 3/4 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon Worcesterchire sauce and thyme, mix well.
  • Divide mixture into 4 equal portions. Shape each portion into a 4 x 3 –inch free form loaf on the other side of the sheet pan.
  • In a small bowl mix remaining 2 tablespoons ketchup with remaining teaspoon of Worcesterchire sauce and brush onto loaves.
  • Bake 30 minutes in the center of the oven, turning the broccoli halfway, until meat is cooked through in the center and the broccoli is slightly charred.

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Serving: 1 loaf with 1/2 cup broccoli, Calories: 335 kcal, Carbohydrates: 22.5 g, Protein: 35 g, Fat: 13 g, Saturated Fat: 4 g, Cholesterol: 146.5 mg, Sodium: 933 mg, Fiber: 6 g, Sugar: 4 g


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141 comments on “Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf and Broccoli”

  1. This is delicious and great for meal prepping! Would love to get the macros just for the turkey meatloaf, so I can switch up vegetables on ocassion.

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    Easy Weeknight!

    This has become a staple in our home. My 1 year old loves it and so does my husband. So quickly and easy with ingredients i usually always have on hand. Delicious!

  3. Easy to make and family is a huge fan of the individual loaves! plus cooking time is faster than traditional meatloaf win win! definitely added to our meal rotations.

  4. Tried this one because so many of her meatloaf recipes are good. I didn’t care for this one at all. The flavors were just not there.

  5. We made this tonight and loved it. I’m not a huge thyme fan so next time I will sub oregano, but there will definitely be a next time!

  6. I can’t wait to try this -the store I went to only had “meatloaf mix” (beef/pork mix) instead of ground turkey -will this cook at the same temperature and time ? I’m not the best cook -a little nervous. Thank you

  7. This is a fantastic, simple recipe that has become part of my rotation for meal prepping lunches. The ground turkey I buy is sold in 16oz packages, so I usually make 3 meatloafs vs 4. It’s so delicious and full of flavor that I am honestly sad when I have finished!

  8. Great straight forward recipe. Perfect for a fast delicious meal. Would also work great or meal prepping. Will definitely make again.

  9. Made this tonight for dinner. It was delicious. Very easy. I used breadcrumbs instead of oats. Great flavor and went well with the broccoli. 

  10. AMAZING! I found this recipe on your Instagram and made it last night. This was absolutely incredible – SO juicy and full of flavor. I used fresh thyme leaves for the mixture and also put a few sprigs on the top of the meatloaf while it baked and then removed it for serving. Will be making this again tonight – it’s that good! Would not change a thing!

  11. Neither of the salt measurements of both the broccoli and meatloaf portion match between the ingredients and the instructions. So be weary not to over salt.

  12. This was easy to make and tasted good! I substituted flavored bread crumbs for the oatmeal and no sugar barbeque sauce for ketchup, which I don’t eat.
    I would recommend this recipe and make again! Healthy too.

  13. This looks great! Can you please tell us how you calculated the points on the new plan? 10 seems a bit high.
    Thanks so much!!

  14. Very good! Simple enough for a weeknight dinner or a meal prep. Meatloaf was very flavorful and moist.

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    Haylee Alexander

    These single serve meatloaves were perfect for easy calorie counting. I was able to weight each patty on my digital scale during each step of the process to ensure I was only eating my allotted calories for the meal. Hubby took the extra loaf to lunch the next day for a meatloaf sandwich. Great recipe!

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    Sharon Missen

    We made the Turkey meatloaf with cauliflower tonight and not only was it quick to assemble it tasted terrific!
    Every one of your recipes I have made have always been a success and so tastey.
    It sure is a winner at our home.

  17. Hello Gina,
    I want to thank you for your great recipes. I use Skinnytaste as my go to source for cooking everything!! I want to also express my appreciation for the variation options you offer in your recipes. I’m so grateful when I read “if you don’t have ground turkey, use ground beef” and all the other substitution options you suggest.

    Just put the turkey-meatloaf and broccoli (with my variations) into the oven and wanted to say thanks so much!

  18. Love this recipe so much. It is one of my families favorites. I do double the recipe, as I like to have leftovers for lunch the next day. I buy the 3 lb package and double the rest of the ingredients and it turns out so tasty. I also cook the mini meatloafs separately in the oven from the vegetables since there are so many (I typically get 9 mini loaves out of my recipe). I usually make green beans with it and roast them. I keep this in my rotation! 

  19. This was an easy recipe to make; love making the one pan sheet meals. I am curious as to why this is 10 points when using lean turkey?! It seems like a lot of points!

  20. Any idea how any calories are in just the mini meatloaves? They are delicious! I doubled the recipe, but made just the meatloaves.

  21. Love this recipe and so does my family. I double the recipe and make veggies separately. I manage to get 9 small loaves out of this doubled recipe. It’s great for meal prepping. I follow recipe- no changes. Heated up next day it also tastes amazing! We added this to our rotation of meals! 

  22. This is a yes. I sub onion powder for onion but just a very light sprinkle. I added a little garlic powder ad chopped the oats so they were smaller and add a little honey to the glaze to cut the hard vinegar bite. 400F for 25.

  23. Anybody know if the “personal points” is only for the United States. I’m in Canada and my username or email won’t work???

  24. This has become my husband’s favorite recipe. I replaced the oats with breadcrumbs, and the ketchup with tomato paste. Yum. 

  25. Yummy, simple, and my husband and teenagers wanted to eat it. So much for meal prepping! Double it was f you have a family. 

    1. My family absolutely loves this recipe and I make it all the time. However we accidentally grabbed ground chicken instead of turkey. Do you think it would make much difference? Thanks!

  26. I LOVE this recipe! So easy, so tasty, and I only cook once and get 4 meals. I use the big bag of cut-up broccoli from the market. Have to say that the broccoli right out of the oven is the best, but both meatloaf and broccoli heat well for the next nights. Thanks so much!

  27. I love meatloaf and this recipe looks really tasty! My meatloaf mixture however was really wet…I followed the recipe and hoping it sets up slightly in the oven. I hope these turn out as good as yours look! Did anyone else’s turn out this way? Thanks 

  28. This is the second time I made this and it was easy and good! I cooked it at 400 degrees not 425 and it was not dry! I think everyone’s oven may be calibrated differently and may not be accurate. Trial and error helps!

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    Linda Jancsy

    I can honestly say that this recipe was the worst thing that I have cooked in 45 years!  I normally love all of the Skinnytaste recipes and recommend them to friends and family. 
    Maybe a lower temp might help?
    I only cooked for 30 minutes at the 425 as directed. Broccoli was black and dry and meatloaves were too dry to eat. 

  30. This was absolutely amazing! I didn’t think I would like the oats in the meatloaf so I blended them and am really happy I did! So so good- lots of protein and hopefully it’ll keep me full til dinner! Great meal prep. 

  31. Silly question because this recipe is so easy! But…can this be mixed up and ready to be baked the night before? That way the hubs can just put in the oven?

    1. I do that all the time with meatloaf.  I’ll make it it in the morning and bake it later that evening.

      1. FYI- Kirkwood ground turkey at Aldi is 19.2 oz 
        Delicious recipe! Very moist and well seasoned. If you like your broccoli a little crispy, you might want to check after 20 minutes. 

  32. I had 96% lean ground beef to use so I subbed with that and used no sugar added ketchup. Also had to sub the broccoli for brussel sprouts. With the changes I calculated 7 points on blue and it was so good! I will definitely make again!

  33. I love this recipe! I’ve made it twice in the last month.  It’s now a staple in my house. Thank you 

  34. This meatloaf was very good! I made a couple of changes. The mixture seemed a little too wet so I added a small amount of gluten-free breadcrumbs. Also my husband isn’t a fan of Worcestershire, so although I did use it in the meatloaf, for the topping I replaced it with balsamic vinegar. It was a nice addition. Thank you 🙂

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    Carly Nembach

    These are such a hit in my house. Easy ingredients and it consistently comes out delicious. 

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    Amanda Martin

    This is the beat meatloaf recipe I have ever had. I don’t think I can ever go back to regular meatloaf now- I want to make it this way every time from now on.  The other perk is that while I love the recipe as is, my kids aren’t fas of onions. Since I am making individual loafs-I cam easily omit the onions from their loafs. Even the broccoli was absolutely delicious! 

  37. Delicious! Followed the recipe exactly and it came out awesome. The portion size was great, and it was packed with flavor. My whole family loved it. 

  38. This is so delicious! And it’s so quick and easy with ingredients I always have on hand. Thank you so much for all of your great recipes! They are loved by kiddos and adults alike!

  39. Hi,
    Can you clarify the quantities of salt in the recipe? It states 1 tsp kosher salt for the meatloaf and 3/4 tsp for the broccoli in the list of ingredients. But in the instructions, it states 1/2 tsp for the broccoli in step 2 and 3/4 tsp for the meatloaf in step 3.

    I made this once and it was wonderful! Just trying to figure out what amounts of salt I used last time!

    PS- when you change the servings it only changes the ingredient amounts, not the instruction amounts.

  40. The flavor of these were amazing! My store doesn’t sell 1.3 lb packages of turkey, so I used only 1 lb. I subbed breadcrumbs in for the oats and let the meatloaves cook for about 7-8 minutes before adding the broccoli to the pan. The only thing that I would adjust next time is to use less egg to offset the lack of turkey. Using a full egg with only 1 lb of meat made the meat a little more moist than I prefer.

  41. We loved this recipe! So delicious! I followed it exactly. The only change I would make next time is to pull the broccoli off after 20 min. We like it a little less cooked. But great flavor! Thanks for another great recipe!

  42. I just made this for dinner but realized I forgot the egg -LOL! Any idea if I’ll survive if I eat this? I can’t believe that I did this…

    1. I just did this myself LOL! Hope yours tasted fine without it 🙂 I’m about to find out in 20 minutes.

  43. The mini meatloaves are easy and delicious! Since I’m single, I freeze the other 3 loaves to have later. I’ve shared this recipe with my mom and sister who also love them!

  44. I’m a big fan of your turkey burgers with shredded zucchini. The zucchini really helps keep the lean ground turkey from being dry. Is that a concern with these meat loaves? Would it work to add some grated zucchini just in case, or am I better off leaving the recipe alome?

    1. I add a few diced fresh mushrooms. When cooking the water content from the mushrooms keeps meat very moist. I also really like mushrooms.

    2. I always add grated zucchini and grated mushrooms to my Turkey burgers and meatloaves. This makes for tender (not dense) and moist results.

  45. Uh-mazing. Made it several times, I like to add a dash of soy sauce to the glaze for a lil extra savory kick

  46. are there any substitutes for egg in meatloaf? My mom is allergic, but I’d love to make this one night. 

    1. “Substitute 1/4 cup tomato sauce, beef broth, or even applesauce for the egg in your recipe.”

    2. My vegan friends use egg replacer, which you can find at health food stores or in the health food aisle. Bob’s Red Mill makes one. I think it’s arrowroot and you can use it in baking!

  47. Delicious, but I did make some changes. I added mushrooms, garlic, carrots and fish sauce (sounds weird, but adds a great umami that gives the meatloaf great depth and flavor). I sauteed the onions + garlic, and then the rest of the veggies before adding to the meat and other ingredients. Turned out amazing and will become a staple in our dinner menu. I absolutely love not having to use a loaf pan, and never thought to make meatloaf this way!

  48. I made these with 99% fat free turkey because that is what I had in the house. They were delicious and a big hit with the whole family. They did seem to fall apart a bit on your fork and that may be because the fat content was lower than called for but it didn’t impact the taste. Overall easy weeknight meal that I would make again!

  49. Would it be possible to give totals of points separately when 2 foods are in the recipe? I’d like to be able to have more vegetables, or less meatloaf for my serving,, but tallying the points is much harder then.

  50. Ground turkey is only sold in 1lb packages in my areas. I used to buy Jenni-o 20 oz packages years ago, but even those are 1 lb now. This is a tasty recipe, but I am not going to buy 2 packages of ground turkey, and then have 12 oz leftover.

    1. you will get 6 meat loaves instead of 4, you can have leftovers or freeze for another time. Not her fault you can’t find the same product she uses. Very unfair rating

      1. I totally agree! I am making this tonight and bought 2 lbs of turkey. Just make everything 1.5 times the ingredients. Not difficult lol.

  51. This is delicious. I used 93% lean ground beef. It’s the same points on Green. My husband liked it and he is not crazy about meat loaf. Next time I will add more broccoli because it was so good.

  52. Best turkey meatloaf I have ever made. Also, the broccoli was amazing. Made it two nights in a row with no leftovers. 

  53. Made this tonight for the first time. I loved it and wouldn’t change a thing! Hubby thought it needed ‘something’. So I might experiment with some other flavors next time. I used frozen broccoli florets and followed the recipe as directed…they were fabulous and will make broccoli that way a lot!
    The turkey mixture made 4 generous sized loaves, so if I had more sides other than just the broccoli, I would probably make 5 or 6 smaller loaves and amp up the sides.
    Excellent recipe!

  54. The mini meatloaves were great – one of my favorite turkey meatloaf recipes. I’m curious as to why a lot of recipes call for 1 .3 pounds of ground turkey when most packages are 1-lb. I usually just decrease the other ingredients just a tad since I’m not really willing to open another 1 lb package of turkey. Also, my broccoli came out a little too charred. Maybe I’d move the oven rack up a notch next time. But, thank you as always for so many great recipes. I use them all the time!

    1. Not sure what type of ground turkey you buy, but most of the pre-packed portions are indeed 1.25lb. You might be surprised if you check the label next time.

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    Stephanie Robshaw

    Hi Gina, this recipe looks great and am looking forward to trying this. Everyone in the house loves meatloaf. Quick question…can you sub almond meal for the breadcrumbs? Thanks.

  56. I am looking forward to trying this recipe this week! I’m currently using Weight Watchers and am building this recipe in the app so I can meal plan and track for the week. Your recipe says it 9 points on Blue. My recipe builder is only saying it’s 5. I want to make sure I am tracking it for the correct number of points!

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    Theresa Foster

    Easy and delicious!  I had everything without having to leave the house and search for some strange ingredient I will use once.  Plus only one pan!!

  58. Wow Gina!
    Thank you for this recipe! The mini-meatloafs were so great! I got a lot of “make it again” comments!!
    Ground Turkey is always a little tricky, but all of your recipes are spot on!

  59. I am the only one who will eat turkey meatloaf in my home. Any suggestions for storage so I can have this for my lunches during the week?
    I know this will be awesome as your other recipes are.

  60. My husband and 1 year old loved the meatloaf! I did used breadcrumbs instead of oats and was a smidge more generous with the amount of ketchup in the glaze. 

  61. Looks great! Do you think substituting the oats with gluten free oats or gluten free bread crumbs would result in a positive outcome? Thanks!

      1. Tried it with the GF oats and it was fantastic! The entire family loved it. Thank you Gina, this is a keeper for us!

  62. Hi I don’t have worcestercire sauce…and with food shopping not made easy right now…can you omit it or use something else? 

    1. I would try using powdered beef bouillon or even better beef “Better Than Bouillon:” I would use the whole 2 tsp of each  – Worcestershire adds a punch of yum & is worth having in the pantry!

  63. To make this renal friendly (limit sodium as much as possible), if you leave out the kosher salt, what would the sodium be then?  933 mg is high for one meal.  I am definitely making this, looks delish!

  64. 1/4 of what for the ketchup? Tablespoon, cup? 

    “ In a medium bowl combine ground turkey, oatmeal, 1/4 ketchup…”


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    Megan F - Chicago

    Looks great – adding it in to my meal plan for next week. In step 3 – how much ketchup do you add in to the mixture? 1/4 c or 1/4 of 6 Tablespoons? Thanks Gina!!