24 Reviews

5 stars for making my toddler excited to eat and dip. Mommy and Daddy enjoyed them also. I rolled them in cornmeal for an extra crunch. Served with mashed potatoes, gravy and peas (or ball-balls). I will make them again for sure. I want to try freezing a batch, so I can take them out as part of an easy lunch. A nice way to get the convenience of frozen food without it being processed.

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FrVanilla November 05, 2010

These were good, but I was expecting a different flavor. Using my Pampered Chef chopper, I minced my carrots, apples, onions and garlic cloves. I added celery too. I was hoping for more of a turkey stuffing taste, but I never acheived that. I added some poultry spice and used breadcrumbs instead of the bran. I also used an egg replacer since my DD is allergic. When all was done and cooked, it tasted like turkey meatloaf sticks. We enjoyed it, but next time I think I will use stuffing bread instead of bread crumbs or bran, saute my veggies in a tiny bit of butter, boil some gizards and saute them with the veggies too and add that to the turkey and stuffing bread mixture. Can you tell I'm craving stuffing? Very easy recipe that we all enjoyed and will make again. Thanks!

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Trixyinaz September 14, 2006

Did not care for this recipe. Apples and turkey do not go that well together IMO.

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beavers1000 November 18, 2010

I really liked them, and told my 18-month old they were chicken nuggets so she'd try them. Jury's still out with her, but I find them delicious! :) I only used 1/2 pound of turkey (it's what I had defrosted), then kind of eyeballed everything else. Only did 1 grated carrot, put in apple sauce instead of apples, one egg... And then I used some breadcrumbs from some homemade potato bread that was starting to get stale. Very, very yummy. My daughter's getting these for dinner, and I might just have a few more, too.

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Maggi Lynn May 04, 2010

YUM! My one year old (who apparently just can't stand the texture of meat yet) still doesn't care for them, but give it a few more weeks and he probably will. I think they are fabulous though!! I just might turn these into burgers!

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Peachie Keene October 25, 2009

These are fantastic. My 2 year old loved them and so did my hubby. I really want to try these as burgers, I think they would be great! I used applesauce instead of apples because that was what I had. Had great flavor!

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Ladyjax September 14, 2009

These were very good - no babies here - the adults loved it! Excellent taste and texture.

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Mrsspeevs April 20, 2009

Wow! These looked disgusting while making them, but turned out really tasty! My 2 year old daughter and I both enjoyed them. Thanks for sharing!

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redneck naturalist February 12, 2009

I could not find the unprocessed bran so I used bread crumbs. My 3 year old picky daughter loved these as did my 1 year old son. I will need to double the recipe so I have enough for all of us for dinner!

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kristie.long February 06, 2009

Not just for kids! Excellent flavor (want to try a "burger" pattie next time for grownups, but for adult palates I'd recommend some salt and/or pepper to taste. It does seem as though the temp setting (broiler) is too high, even moving the dish further away from the coils, I had burnt crispies on the edges as well as charred juices which escaped during cooking...even at 8 mins on first and 6-7min on 2nd side. (Still thoroughly cooked) Will try "baking" at a slightly reduced temp.

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Inepticurian January 14, 2009
Apple Turkey Fingers (For Older Infants & Toddlers)