Mini Turkey Meatloaves

Mini Turkey Meatloaves

These mini turkey meatloaves have been my go-to recipe for a while now! They are rather simple to put together so this makes them a great weeknight dinner. Better yet, make them Sunday and have them for lunch all week!  But you can share with your family too if you want! 

I found this mini loaf pan at Home Goods one day and I knew I had to have it! Besides making baked goods in it, it works well for other recipes too! If you don't have one no worries, you can make this recipe into a traditionally sized meatloaf or use a muffin tin and make them into turkey muffins! 

Of course, I had to sneak in some veggies to make this a hearty meal! I went with onions (this makes the turkey meat moist which can sometimes get dry), mushrooms and spinach. Peppers would make a great addition too! I did saute them first before adding to the turkey mixture. This way everything stays tender in my opinion.

My favorite part is the dressing on top! A mixture of ketchup and Worchester sauce - just the right amount of flavor to take this meatloaf to the next level! I like to make a little more so then we can also use it as a dipping sauce on the side.  

They store great in the fridge for a few days or even freeze them and then just reheat for another meal. They are also gluten-free and so perfectly portioned! Big on taste, not on artificial ingredients!

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Mini Turkey Meatloaves
Recipe Here


1 lb organic or grass-fed turkey meat (or ground beef)
1 egg
¼ cup almond flour
1 8oz fresh spinach
1 small onion diced
1 cup mushrooms diced (optional)
1tbs plus 1 tsp ketchup
1 tbs plus 1 tsp Worcester sauce
1 tsp oil (I used avocado)
S&P to taste
Your favorite seasonings (21 Seasoning Salute)


1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F
2. Heat the oil over medium-high heat in a nonstick pan
3. Add in onions and mushroom and cook until softened
4. Add in spinach (I tore the leaves into smaller pieces) & cook until wilted down.
5. Let mixture cool a few minutes then add to a large bowl with turkey meat.
6. Add egg, almond flour and 1 tsp each of ketchup and Worchester sauce.
7. Add in spices (I usually do 1 tsp of each)
8. Mix everything together well with a large spoon

9. Divide mixture into well-greased muffin tins or cook in a large meatloaf pan.
10. Mix 1 Tbs of each ketchup & Worcester sauce together and spread over top
11. Cook for 30 minutes (may need longer if in 1 large pan)
12. Let cool and enjoy!