I found this easy recipe from the internet. You and the whole family will love it.
Add this as one of your meals to prep for the work week.
I package of lean ground turkey
3/4 Cup of diced red onions and bell peppers
1/3 cup low sodium marinara sauce
1 Cup of raw spinach
Seasonings: parsley, basil, garlic, onion and pinch of pepper and salt
Suggested Carbs: Couscous
1 Tbsp olive oil ( optional for couscous)
Fruit (optional) Pineapple and or papaya slices
Set oven to 405 degrees
Season ground turkey with your choice of seasonings. Add in your choice of diced veggies.
Lightly spray your muffin pan with Coconut Oil or Olive Oil. Place the ground turkey inside of the muffin holders. Depending on how big your muffin pan is and your singular serving, you may have to use 2 muffin holders for each serving.
Top each serving with 1 Tbs marinara sauce.
Bake in the oven for about 8 to 10 minutes. If you use less lean ground turkey, you can consider increasing the cooking time to 10-12 minutes.
Plate and enjoy!
Be sure to add as a recipe on your favorite food logging site. Here's the recipe added as well as the nutritional value for the meatloaf only from the site I use.
Another quick and easy meal to prep for your work week. Notice, in the first picture, only a few items are needed. You could cook quinoa instead of rice, if you prefer. At times I'll add beans and right before I'm ready to eat I'll top with balsamic vinaigrette. The middle picture shows all the ingredients cooked and packaged separately. I usually keep them stored separately as shown and then the morning of work I'll pack for lunch; pictured far right.
One package of Lean Turkey
Rice or Quinoa
Salt and Pepper to taste
Packed meal: 1 Cup of lean turkey, 1/2 Cup of chopped spinach, chopped tomatoes, 1/4 Cup of beans, 1/4 Cup of rice or quinoa and only a 1/4 of an avocado. Mix all ingredients and top with balsamic vinaigrette dressing right before eating.
Just to show you how easy it truly is, I've attached my video.
Don't forget to add this as a recipe into your favorite food logging site.
I found this recipe on the internet and decided to put it to the test. It looked simple enough and the ingredients sounded pretty good. I was real pleased and wanted to share with you.
This Chicken, Broccoli Casserole with Greek yogurt in place of the mayonnaise is a heart healthier version and tastes amazing.
The recipe is listed below along with my video to show just how easy it is and how it's the perfect meal for your lunches this week.
I like baking in the mason jars because it's easier to reheat while at work; not to mention, they are very pretty! However, you can also bake this in a casserole dish.
I used low sodium chicken broth, brown rice; not both and panko crumbs.
Ingredients for up to 4 servings: