Ground Turkey Meatloaf Recipes, Hints & Videos

Ground Turkey Meatloaf Recipes, Hints & Videos

Food prices seem to keep going up and up these days. Between the cost of feed and fuel, beef has risen to an all-time high which makes ground beef more expensive than it used to be. Add to that the fat and calorie content and it makes you want to stop eating it all together. Turkey has become the new go-to ground meat replacing beef in chili, burgers, and casseroles.

Meatloaf has long been a staple of dinnertime in American and it is the ultimate in comfort food. But did you know that you can make it with ground turkey and get the same results? Lower in fat and calories and cheaper to produce and purchase, ground turkey is an excellent way to keep on eating meatloaf. 

Ground Turkey Meatloaf Recipes

Turkey Meatloaf For Ground Turkey Haters


3 lb. ground turkey 93/7

1 pkg. dry onion soup mix

2 cans mushroom and roasted garlic soup

Milk, enough to refill 1 soup can


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl mix soup mix and 1 can of mushroom garlic soup well. Add ground turkey and mix with your hands or a large spoon. In a large baking pan, form mixture into a loaf. In a small bowl mix other can of mushroom garlic soup with a can full of milk and mix well. Pour over loaf. 

Cover tightly with aluminum foil and bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours.  During the last 20 minutes of baking, remove foil to brown. Internal temperature should be 160 degrees. 

Serve with mashed potatoes or rice, the soup makes a great sauce. Add a salad and you have a great comforting meal.

Refrigerate leftovers if any in an air tight container.

Serving Size


Preparation Time

10  minutes

Cooking Time

90  minutes

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