130.2 – Tasty Tuesday – Dijon Turkey Meatloaf with a Kick!

Welcome to my very first installment of Tasty Tuesday! I am trying to get a blog schedule rolling. J Tasty Tuesday will be my day to share with you tasty recipes out of my stash. They will be healthy and delicious!

Dijon Turkey Meatloaf with a Kick


1lb. ground turkey 93% lean
1/3 c. dijon mustard
1/2 c. oat bran
1/4c egg beaters
1tsp. pepper
2tsp. garlic powder
2tsp. onion powder
1tsp. crushed red pepper or cayenne pepper
1tsp. cilantro


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all ingredients by hand in a large bowl. Lightly spray a loaf pan with cooking spray. Bake at 350 degrees for 45-50 minutes, until cooked through.

Sometimes I will make these in a muffin pan for easy portion control.

Number of Servings: 5

Check out more Tasty Tuesday recipes and meal ideas at Balancing Beauty and Bedlam.


Becca said...

Hm. This is all very good looking. I always say I would love to make it but the truth of the matter is, I never make stuff like this while on prep! TOO MUCH WORK !LOL!!!

Becca said...

Oh yeah, youre a good one twinnie. I would be hesitant to have a weekly themed post becasue I know my ass wouldn't keep up with it! LOL

Tasha said...

Hey Genie,

Thanks for the receipe. How's it going? I never talk to you anymore :-( Hope you're doing well.

Genie said...

BECCA, these are really easy to make a couple batches of "muffins" at once. Then when you pack your lunch, you can just toss them in your bag and go! :)

I thought a weekly theme would help me think of ideas. Usually I don't have much to say... only ramblings! HAHA!

TASHA, hey girlie!! I'm still following you along on O2. ;) Feel free to email me any time, too! Miss ya!!

Trixie said...

Hi Genie!
I just stumbled onto your blog. It's wonderful,so many great recipes!! This one is soo easy.

Genie said...

Hi Trixie!! Thank you for your kind comments! I hope you find the recipes yumtastic! :)

Trixie said...

Yes very tasty!!
Quick question off topic...do you weigh potatoes after cooking to figure nutritional or before?
BTW: You're gorgeous!! So exotic looking:)

Genie said...

Hi Trixie!! Thanks so much for the compliment. :) I'm blushing!

For potatoes, I usually weigh them after they are prepared. If they are in a recipe, I will alter the nutrition accordingly. You can find the nutritional breakdown online for both baked potatoes or raw potatoes, so I just use whatever is convenient at the moment. :)

Trixie said...

You're most welcome!

Thanks for the potato tip. I was just surprised by the amount of fries I could have last night. I sliced up some Idaho potatoes and baked them. Got out my scale to measure out 5 oz worth..and only got 3 oz from the potato I picked which seemed pretty large before cooking.