Meatloaf Florentine

The Ingredients:

2 – 10 oz. boxes of Frozen Spinach, whole leaf

1.25 lbs.  Ground Turkey 93/7 fat

1 lb. Ground Beef 85/15 fat

3 large Eggs

12 oz. bag Frozen Onions, chopped

4 cloves Garlic, pressed through garlic press

1/2 c. Golden Flaxmeal

2 tsp. Salt

1 tsp. Black Pepper

1 tsp. Chili Powder

2 tsp. Bacon Grease

3 oz. Cheddar Cheese, shredded

3 oz. Mozzarella, shredded

What to Do:

Put frozen spinach in a dry pan, cover, cook on medium heat until thawed, stirring occasionally to break it up.

Add onions and garlic to spinach, turn up heat to med-high, add bacon grease, stir well and cook uncovered for 5 minutes, stirring frequently. Remove from heat and allow to cool down.

In a large bowl, combine all other ingredients and mix well, then stir in spinach mixture when cooled slightly and mix very well.

Scoop mixture into large loaf pan (mine was very full!) or divide into 2 loaf pans and bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours for one large loaf pan.

Makes 14 servings (cut into 7 large slices then again down the middle)

Sodium: 644mg     Fat: 20.32g     Fiber: 4.2g      Net Carbs: 3.31g           VeggieNetCarbs: 2.0g     Protein: 20.17g     Calories: 322

Ratios: Carbohydrate: 9%     Fat: 57%     Protein: 34%

This is especially good when you take one serving, slice it in half and pan fry till crisp on each side. Doesn’t dry out at all, so moist!

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5 thoughts on “Meatloaf Florentine

  1. This one sounds really good too. I have never seen frozen onions but would assume fresh would work as well. I like the idea of using both beef and turkey.

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  2. Thanks! Fresh onions would be just fine, I like the combo of the two meats, the beef keeps the turkey moist and the turkey keeps the beef from making this too high in calories and fat.

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