Meatloaf is the ultimate comfort food! It’s typically is based on ground beef and uses dried breadcrumbs as a binder.
But if you’re trying to eat less beef—or no beef at all—this recipe is for you!
Ground turkey is main ingredients for this meatloaf, which keeps it lean.
It’s friendlier than beef for the environment, too! And instead of breadcrumbs, old-fashioned oats is the binder here.
That’ll punch up the whole grains and healthful fiber.
And you’ll be delighted that you don’t have to give up great taste or comfort to enjoy this made-over meatloaf.
It’s super easy to make this recipe.
You just add all of the ingredients in bowl, combine by hand, sculpt into a rectangular or football-shaped loaf, brush with a little ketchup to make a beautiful glaze, and bake.
So, what are the ingredients you’ll need?
Ground turkey, red onion, legs, oats, fresh thyme or rosemary, garlic, sea salt, freshly ground black pepper, and ketchup. If you don’t have fresh herbs, just replace the 1 teaspoon of finely chopped fresh thyme or rosemary with ½ teaspoon dried thyme or rosemary.
To enjoy, simply eat as a cozy lunch or dinner entrée.
You can’t go wrong by serving it alongside some mashed potatoes and sautéed greens or green beans.
You can also go for a lighter meal by serving it along with a lovely leafy salad. And if have any leftovers, a meatloaf sandwich with creamy mayo, crisp lettuce, and something pickled is the way to go. Enjoy!