Healthy Meatloaf Recipe

No more bland meatloaf! This recipe is awesome and healthy too! Yum!!! Join the Still Crafty After 50 ladies to learn how.

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    beadydani

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for sharing this reciepe, I have heard (I am British) of Meatloaf for as long as I can remember. Having seen this receipe, I will definitely (I love trying out new receipes) be making it, I am particularly pleased it can be frozen which will really help with my busy schedule. I am so glad I stumbled on this page.

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    wascogrrlbeadydani

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Where about do you live beady? I'm thinking of traveling to Europe next year... could use some advise on place to go, things to do... I don't want the typical tourist tour. I like quirky, unusual places.

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    beadydaniwascogrrl

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I live in London but have been on holiday to other European countries. As a Londoner, the best areas I will advise you to visit are East & South London you get to see the real London, We have so many nice inexpensive restaurants, hunts, etc. The best mode of transport is the bus & the tube (underground trains), taxis are so expensive & the tourist buses too. If you are planning to stay in london for more than a week, pay a weekly travel card from an underground station, this will take you every where & it's cheaper, you will need to pay for an Oyster card (check out, www.tfl.gov.uk for more details) information available online. However, if you are only staying for less than a week, buy a daily travel card from the station or shops displaying the signs, it is still a lot cheaper than paying every time you board a bus or train. I hope this is helpful but do let me know if there is anything you are particularly interested. Have a great weekend. I am having a long one cos we have a Bank holiday on Monday - our last national holiday before Christmas.

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    wsround

    10 years ago on Introduction

    where is the recipe I can watch the video but it would be nice to have it written so I can keep it and don't have to keep going back to the video

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    joanfeewsround

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Here you go! Enjoy - it is yummy!!! MOM’S MEATLOAF GETS A MAKEOVER By Kristen Ball Add ¼ C. Olive Oil to pan and Sauté first five ingredients until soft – about 4 minutes. 3 gloves Garlic – minced Large White Onion – finely chopped ½ C. Green Onions 1 grated Carrot 1 diced Red Bell Pepper Add Sautéed vegetable mixture to large bowl and add: 3 lbs. Ground Turkey 1 ½ C. Fresh Bread Crumbs ½ C. Toasted Sunflower Seeds ½ C. chopped Sun Dried Tomatoes (purchased in oil) 2 Eggs ¾ C. Fat Free Milk ¼ C. Fresh Parsley – chopped 2 Tbs. Worchester Sauce Add the following Spices: 1 tsp. Black Pepper 2 tsp. Salt (or to taste) 2 tsp. Italian Seasoning ½ tsp. Oregano ½ tsp. Thyme Mix all ingredients well then pour into large loaf pan. Bake @ 350 degrees for about 45 minutes to 1 hour. Option: place a scoop of meatloaf mixture into muffin tins. Place muffin tin on a foil lined baking sheet to catch drips. Bake for about 30 minutes. TIP: Once Muffin Meatloaves are cooled, place single or multiple loafs in zip-lock freezer baggies and freeze. Then you pull out as many as needed Thaw and microwave to heat.