The Best Turkey Meatloaf and Roasted Vegetables

Are you ready for the best turkey meatloaf and roasted vegetables recipe ever? This meal makes for a healthy dinner or is great for healthy meal planning. Bring on the deliciousness (and there’s a big giveaway!)

The best turkey meatloaf and roasted vegetables recipe from @sweetphi

As the weather gets colder and colder here in Wisconsin, I find myself craving foods that are colorful and comforting, but also healthy. This turkey meatloaf and roasted vegetables is just that – the colors from the beautiful roasted veggies just make one think of sunnier days, and the turkey meatloaf is so good and a very nostalgic food. The vegetables in this recipe are from my weekly Door to Door Organics order because their services are incredible (delivered organic groceries save me SO much time and the products are so good!)

Roasted vegetables

Growing up I don’t think we ever ate ground turkey – was that even a thing in the 90s? Now I love using it as a healthy dinner ingredient. I’m totally in love with making meatloaf recipes (as you can tell from my previous posts on mini cheese stuffed meatloaf cups or this mushroom and Jarlsberg meatloaf) but have never shared my tried and true plain ‘ole meatloaf recipe that I make. It’s totally not boring, I promise!

Turkey meatloaf recipe from @sweetphi

In fact, you guys already know how I feel about the term ‘the best’…I shared when I posted the best salted caramel chocolate chip cookies… I only use the term when it is something I’ve made countless times and it is truly delicious, deserving of the title THE BEST. And this turkey meatloaf and roasted vegetables, man-oh-man, it is SO good and truly the best turkey meatloaf recipe!

The best turkey meatloaf from @sweetphi

A funny side note here – I’m in the midst of finishing up my cookbook, right? Well I was emailing with my editor and she mentioned that she noticed I say recipes are my “go-to” a lot, that made me laugh, I told her it’s TRUE, certain recipes are my go-to ones. This meatloaf and roasted veggies would definitely fall in that category.

Turkey meatloaf and healthy meal planning recipes from @sweetphi

Also you guys also know I’m all about meal planning and eating healthier, right? So I’m sharing a photo of this weeks’ meal planning-in the photo you see 1 recipe of this meatloaf and roasted vegetables divided and then 1 recipe of this slow cooker salsa chicken and quinoa. Both recipes use ingredients purchased from Door to Door Organics, so I’m doing a huge giveaway! One lucky winner will win a $150 gift certificate to Door to Door Organics AND all the cool stuff in the picture below (two chocolate bars, a coffee mug, water bottle, lip balm and other Door to Door Organics goodies). To enter simply comment telling me what is your favorite nostalgic dish and enter the widget – one winner will be chosen February 28th.
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Happy cooking

The Best Turkey Meatloaf and Roasted Vegetables
 
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Serves: 8-10
Ingredients
  • 1.5-2 lbs ground turkey
  • 1 egg
  • ¼ cup sour cream
  • ¼ cup Parmesan cheese, grated
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ½ teaspoon garlic salt
  • ½ cup panko bread crumbs, Italian seasoned
  • 2 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, divided
  • 2 tablespoons ketchup
  • 4 carrots, chopped
  • 3 orange bell peppers, chopped
  • 4 potatoes, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 red onion, chopped
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ¼ teaspoon pepper
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line a loaf pan with parchment paper and set aside.
  2. In a bowl combine ground turkey, egg, sour cream, salt, garlic salt, Parmesan cheese, bread crumbs and 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce and stir until everything is incorporated. Transfer the contents into the prepared loaf pan.
  3. In a separate bowl combine remaining tablespoon Worcestershire sauce and ketchup. Spread on top of the turkey meatloaf. Bake meatloaf for 55 minutes, then remove from oven and let rest for 10 minutes, then slice into 10-12 slices.
  4. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil, scatter chopped vegetables on the baking sheet and drizzle olive oil over the vegetables. Sprinkle with a little salt and pepper. Bake for 20 minutes, then remove from oven, flip the vegetables with a spatula and then bake for another 20 minutes. Serve next to a slice of meatloaf
This post has been sponsored by Door-to-Door Organics, thank you for supporting the brands that make the Sweetphi blog possible, as always, all thoughts and opinions are mine alone.

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Showing 22 comments
  • Jeffrey
    Reply

    My favorite nostalgic dish is beef and noodles, when I was a young boy my grandmother would make it a couple times a month for us and even more often in the winter. She even went as far as making the noodles from scratch, truly miss it!

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Oh yum, beef and noodles sounds amazing – especially since your grandmother made the noodles herself – that’s quite the accomplishment! Thank you for commenting and entering.

  • Pat Claypoole
    Reply

    I’m going to have to make sure I have all the ingredients for this as soon as this ice outside melts. Looks amazing!
    My favorite nostalgic dish is my great grandmother’s Italian Wedding Soup. So easy to put together and tastes better after resting in the frig a day or two!

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Thank you so much Pat, I think you will love this turkey meatloaf – it’s truly so good and I make it all the time!

  • Sarah
    Reply

    Looks marvelous Phi! And i’m sure well-deserved in both “the best” and “go-to” categories 😉

    My favorite nostalgic dish is my mom’s chicken turnovers made with chicken, cream cheese, and onions, which is then stuffed into pillsbury croissants. So it’s definitely not a The Gourmet Gourmand style recipe, but I love it and make it from time to time when I’m needing some good comfort-food in my life.

    Good luck with your cookbook! Super excited about it and can’t wait to hear more 🙂

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Your mom’s chicken turnovers sound sooo good I would totally love to see the recipe gourmand style 🙂

  • Susan Craig
    Reply

    My grandmother made Shoyu Chicken – that is my favorite dish.

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Dishes made by grandmothers are always the best – I’ve never heard of Shoyu Chicken so I’ll have to look that up!

  • Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy
    Reply

    I am seeing roasted vegetables everywhere at the moment and that makes me very happy! It’s the best way to eat vegetables.

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Roasted vegetables are all the rage! I make them ALL the time, it’s definitely my go to 🙂

  • Shawnna
    Reply

    hey girl this looks oh so yummy!

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Thank you so much, I really appreciate that!

  • Rust
    Reply

    Nostalgia ….my grandma’s gumbo. Perfect!

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Oh yum – you know, now I’m wanting some gumbo!

  • Summer
    Reply

    This looks so colourful and yummy ♥

  • Reply

    This looks so yummy! I love a good, healthy meal of lean meats and veggies! I bet the addition of sour cream keeps it so moist and succulent; Thanks for sharing! 😀

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      The addition of sour cream is definitely the secret to having moist turkey meatloaf every time 🙂 Thanks for commenting!

  • Ashton Jury
    Reply

    This looks delicious! Do you think it would still work if I made it in a cupcake tin? I love making individual meatloaf’s, for meal prepping my lunches, and also my husband is like 5 so he likes cupcake style. Also can’t wait to make those veggies! I love pretty much any roasted vegetable.

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      This would totally be great in cucpcake style individual meatloafs (my husband likes them like that too!)

  • Little Cooking Tips
    Reply

    We never tried a turkey meatloaf before, it sounds really interesting! We bet with this recipe it won’t be boring and blunt, so we’ll be definitely giving this a go! Like you, we never had ground turkey in the 80s and 90s as we were growing up, but turkey is a very nutritious and healthy meat. Excellent idea Phi, pinned ASAP!
    xoxoxo

    • Sweetphi
      Reply

      Thank you so much for the pin, much appreciated! And this meatloaf would also be good with ground beef, but this is my husbands’ favorite healthy meatloaf, it’s sooooo good, definitely worth giving it a go 🙂

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