Crazy simple turkey meatloaf that is so tender and delicious, you’ll find yourself making it again and again.
Hi! Remember me? I’m trying to be a better blogger, I swear. And perhaps you haven’t given my absence a second thought. But I have, and I’m working on it. I’m juggling two businesses, two kids, a freelancing career and … well … some days I just don’t know where the time goes! But I’m a work in progress, just like everyone else.
So how about a new recipe?
I’m the first to admit I’m not a fan of ground turkey. I just find it so tasteless, and honestly rarely use it in recipes.
I also really hate the word moist.
There is just no other way to describe this turkey meatloaf.
Like so freaking crazy moist.
And even though I don’t really like ground turkey, I’ve made this recipe four times in the last six weeks or so.
And both my kids love it.
Yes, yes, pigs are now flying…
And it could not be simpler to make. Mix a few standard ingredients together, form a meatloaf shape, and bake.
My last shipment of sauces from the folks at Cucina Antica featured their Puttanesca one, and that’s what I used for this recipe, and for those that are following Whole30, this recipe is compliant! Their line of sauces are sugar free and have real tomatoes in them (not paste) and nothing unpronounceable. Heck to the yes!
Whether you’re eating clean, are looking for a family-approved recipe, or just want to learn to love ground turkey (or all of the above, like me!), give this one a whirl. I think you’ll love it as much as we do!
Hungry for more of the recipes I’ve developed for Team Cucina Antica? You can find them right here.