Photo: Maria Robledo; Styling: Anna Last
Prep Time
25 Mins
Other Time
35 Mins
Yield
Makes 6 servings

Spinach, whole-wheat bread crumbs, and lean turkey boost the fiber and reduce the fat in this hearty classic. Buttermilk in the potatoes lowers the saturated fat.

How to Make It

Heat oven to 400° F. In a bowl, combine the turkey, onion, spinach, parsley, bread crumbs, mustard, egg white, and 1/2 teaspoon each salt and pepper.

Transfer the mixture to a baking sheet and form it into a 10-inch loaf. Spread with the ketchup. Bake until cooked through, 45 to 50 minutes.

Meanwhile, place the potatoes in a large pot of cold water. Simmer until tender, 15 to 18 minutes. Drain the potatoes and mash in the pot with the buttermilk, oil, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/4 teaspoon pepper.

Serve the meat loaf with the marinara sauce (if using) and potatoes.

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Ratings & Reviews

ErinCT's Review

Flutterbykyle
September 07, 2013
Great turkey loaf. Everyone loved it! It seemed like a lot of greens but they cooked down so tiny nobody knew they were there. Very moist.

Flutterbykyle's Review

chocoholic
November 16, 2009
Great and everyone loved it. It now replaces my other turkey meatloaf.

karah44's Review

MistyLee
January 30, 2009
I thought this was very moist and very tasty. I loved the spinach in it (it definitely helped with the moisture and flavor)! I will make this again!

MistyLee's Review

ErinCT
January 29, 2009
I found this recipe to be fantastic and made me like meatloaf for the first time. I added 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese, and added 2 slices of bacon, chopped and 1/4 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese. I will absolutely make this dish again. Even my 14 year old niece loved it!

chocoholic's Review

karah44
January 21, 2009
This recipe was terrible! The spinach did not go well in the meatloaf and we threw the rest away. The olive oil also tasted weird in the potatoes. I might make them again, but with a tablespoon of butter instead of the oil.