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This was a big hit! The meatloaf was moist and delicious. I used 5 oz of frozen chopped spinach which had been squeezed dry. I did add in a sliced onion and a several garlic cloves to the roasted vegetables. The timing on the meatloaf was perfect; however, the vegetables took more time and ended up being cooked the last few minutes in the microwave. A delicious meal that is healthy and economical. Made in support of Mommy Diva.
Delicious meal. I used chicken along with some frozen spinach (squeezed dry), as that is what I had on hand. Made for Mommy Diva's Cookathon. :)
My family loves these!!! They are simple to make and so delicious. Great recipe, thanks for posting!
I thought this recipe was fantastic. I have the Cook Yourself Thin book that it came from and have enjoyed most of the recipes I've tried from it. I didn't have all the root veggies on hand so I just cooked the meatloaves and cooked another side. The only modification I made was to add a bit of brown sugar splenda to the glaze. My husband, 2 year old son loved it and even my 1 year old son seemed to enjoy bites! That is hard to come by in my house!
Comfort food without all the extra fat and calories?! Yes please. This was great. I loved the mini turkey meatloaves, especially the sauce. The roasted veggies were such a great addition. I added a few more of all of the listed veggies and put them into the oven at the same time as the mini meatloaves and they came out perfectly. Thank you!!
Love oven meals and this certainly is going to be a repeater. Tasty and moist! I subbed kale for the spinach and used garlic flavored olive oil. I put the veggies in first and frankly even after 60 minutes the carrots were still undercooked. Think if carrots had been cut matchstick size that might do the trick. Potatoes were cut into bite size chunks. Seemed to be a lot of white liquid surrounding the loaves. And the turkey was labelled lean so not sure what that is about?? Thanks MD for posting. Made for Best Recipes 2012 game.
Mmmm, this is very good stuff and it is even better to know that it is healthy! I made a few minor changes based on what was on hand: I used about 3/4 c grated zucchini instead of the spinach and added a few shakes of cayenne to the glaze because my hot sauce had bitten the dust. I made this in one big loaf and it still only took about 50 minutes to bake. I wasn't sure about whether to add the glaze before baking or after, so I decided to brush it on about 30 minutes in to baking. The veggies came out great as well. Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT 8: The Wild Bunch.