Heat a large nonstick skillet coated with cooking spray over medium-high heat. Add onion, and sauté 4 minutes. Add garlic, and sauté 30 seconds. Remove from heat. Combine onion mixture, breadcrumbs, and the next 8 ingredients (breadcrumbs through spinach), stirring well.
Shape meat mixture into a 12 x 5-inch loaf on a broiler pan coated with cooking spray. Brush ketchup over the top of the loaf. Bake at 350° for 45 minutes or until a thermometer registers 160°; let stand 10 minutes before slicing.
I like the flavor of this meatloaf, I love sneaking veggies in anywhere I can. I used regular ground turkey (mixed, not just breast and no beef) and 2 whole eggs and all of the spinach. I had to cook it longer, like others said. It was more like a casserole than a loaf, but sort of sliced after sitting. I did not take off a star because of the changes I made. I would like to try it with ground turkey breast without the milk and add some dry milk if no more liquid is needed or add more bread crumbs if needed. Thanks for the recipe!
due to food allergy elimination, i had to leave out the onions, and the ketchup on top. i added a cup of celery, and a half shredded zuccini. 1 pkg spinach. used the very lean beef along with the turkey. i also had to use crunched rice krispies. yes, i used the worcestershire (wheat) but prob shouldn't have.....my fam did not care for this, but i would love to try again with the onions and tomato product when i can rotate foods again.
Loved it, with the modifications I made to it. Used 1 1/4 pounds ground turkey, no beef. Pureed onions & garlic in food processor (mostly because I don't like chuncks of onion!), used two whole eggs and mixed some ketchup and 1/4 parmesan cheese into the mixture. Lastly, only used 1 box of spinach - sooo good. Cook time did take longer and at the end I put it under the broiler to get a crisp outer crust to it.
We are not picky eaters and like almost everything, but my husband and I agreed that this is not so hot. I used Italian breadcrumbs, lemon pepper, and a dash of red pepper to add flavor, but it seems dry and bland. It may be that we just don't like ground turkey breast in a meatloaf. The recipe might be very good with ground beef. It did need to cook an extra 10 minutes.
Husband loved; I was so-so. I think I used more meat than required, and didn't increase spices requisite, so that might be why I thought it was so-so. I would use one pkg. of spinach next time too. And it always takes longer to cook than stated, so I'd planned for that (I halved it too - freeze the rest and it still took about 45 minutes at 425.) I'll try again with listed changes tho as is there are other meatloaf recipes I've tried that I think are tastier.