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Day 223(16 days late): Turkey Loaf Muffins Take 2

Posted by annagrace under Days 201-300

Today I set out to make the turkey meatloaf muffins that I made a while back again. I quickly realized that I was missing a few of the ingredients! I was missing onion, so I replaced that with edamame, because that is what I had on hand! I added in some dried chopped onion to try and give it some of that onion flavor. Instead of green bell peppers, I used a yellow one, and I was running low on garlic as well, so I supplemented with some dried garlic. I sauteed all of that together!

Next I mixed all of the ingredients together, but remembered that I didn’t have any eggs! So I added extra ketchup to make it stick together. Here is the mixture in the pans before baking.

After baking for a while, I added the ketchup mustard and brown sugar mixture to the tops and finished baking!

I ate 2 for dinner because I hadn’t eaten all day, and man was it good!! The edamame added an extra layer of texture that was nice, although I think the lack of egg made it a little dry. But overall, not bad! I will be eating these for a few days now!

Anna Grace


Day 194(10 days late): Turkey Meatloaf Muffins

Posted by annagrace under Days 101-200

I found two different recipes for meatloaf made with ground turkey on Weight Watchers that looked good, so I combined the two. I mostly stuck with the first recipe, but put the mix in muffin pans instead of a loaf because I liked the idea of having it pre-portioned. I won’t post the whole recipe here since it isn’t mine to post, but here are a couple of pics from the process.

Chopped  up onions and green peppers cooking with garlic.

The rest of the ingredients before mixing, besides meat. It called for salt, but apparently we were out of it, so I used soy sauce instead!

All ingredients mixed!

Here they are after baking for 30 minutes and then topping with a ketchup, mustard, brown sugar mixture, and baking 5 more minutes. I filled the pan a little too full because I didn’t want to make two batches (only one pan!) and therefore they overflowed a bit when baking…

DONE!!! Getting ready to dig in!

I ate this with a sweet potato (microwaved cause it is easier…) sprinkled with cinnamon and stevia! Overall it came out super yummy!! I love that I have leftovers that are already portioned out that I can take to work! And, since I used ground turkey breast, it is a much healthier alternative! I will definitely be making this again!

Anna Grace