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Turkey Meatloaf

We are trying to eat healthier. Again. :) I adapted this recipe from the Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook. Didn't take any pictures. D and I both liked it. Kade had a few bites and liked it. Sean liked it...with ketchup, lol. Sorry for the lack of witty commentary. I'm tired. ;)

FYI, according to my calculations, it's about 120 calories and 2.25 g fat per serving.

Turkey Meatloaf

1.2 lbs ground turkey breast (that's what size all the packages were in my store)
2 slices whole wheat bread, processed in the food processor into crumbs (or just torn up)
1/2 cup skim or 1% milk
1 large egg
2 Tbsp grated Parmesan cheese
3 Tbsp ketchup
1 tsp Italian herb seasoning
1 tsp minced dried onion
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp freshly ground pepper

Preheat oven to 350'F. Spray an 8x5 inch loaf pan with nonstick spray.

In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients and mix well. Shape into a loaf and transfer to the prepared pan. (Mine was too mushy to shape into a loaf; I just poured the mixture into the loaf pan and it baked just fine!) Baked until browned and cooked through, 50-60 minutes. Let stand 10 minutes; cut into 8 slices.



Christi said…
I MIGHT be able to sneak this one in without telling anyone it was turkey. Sounds good to me!

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