Turkey Meatloaf

Turkey Meatloaf

Hey Lovin Losin Fam!

We just got hit with a huge winter storm here in Utah and so I'm getting myself winterized! Hahah In order to do that I made this amazing Turkey Meatloaf and made it in single servings so I could freeze and take for lunch. I am more than happy nuking this in the microwave at work than going out in this white stuff! I did this the other day and paired it with a salad with just salt, pepper and balsamic vinegar. For those of you following WW SmartPoints - Balsamic vinegar is 1 SP for 1 TBSP. I also thought this would have been good cut up and placed on the salad or if you have more points, calories or carbs than I do, you could place the meatloaf on some bread and make a pretty good sandwich! It's a healthy spin on a traditional comfort food and it truly hits the spot when noon hits or even dinner time. It won't disappoint!

I made these in single serving sizes to make it more convenient to take for lunch. I tried to find a mini loaf pan but was unable, however, I did find at Bed Bath & Beyond an large cupcake pan - it had 6 per pan. I bought 2 and that is what I used. I filled each tin with roughly 5 oz of the meat mixture before topping with the Worcestershire mixture.

Give it a try and let me know if it hits the spot!

Turkey Meatloaf

Servings: 16


2 C Rolled Oats

2/3 C Fat Free Milk

2 C Diced Onion

5.25 lbs Extra Lean Ground Turkey

4 Eggs

1 C Ketchup

1/2 Tsp Salt

1/2 Tsp Pepper

4 Tsp Italian Seasoning

To be placed on Meatloaf:

1/2 C Ketchup

1/8 C Worcestershire Sauce


  1. Mix oats and milk. Let sit for 10 minutes.
  2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  3. While oats and milk are soaking, combine the remaining ingredients with the exception of the topping.
  4. Once everything is combined, add in oats mixture. Stir well.
  5. Divide out the mixture among the mini cupcake or loaf pans. If you are using the large cupcake pan and you are making 16 servings, you should divide out 5 oz each.
  6. Once divided, combine ketchup and Worcestershire sauce. Top each loaf with about 1/2 TBSP of mixture.
  7. Bake at 350 for 40-50 minutes depending on altitude. In Utah, I did 50 minutes.

Feel free to wrap each one in foil and use for lunch! Or serve immediately to family and watch them devour!


Turkey Meatloaf Nutrition