No, there’s not actually Degos in the meatloaf – nor Meatloaf the recording artist! We’re referring more to the Italian spices and spicy marinara sauce that it’s smothered with. We’d never used ground turkey to make meatloaf before, but it turned out arguably better than when made with ground beef! It went really well with lima beans, and it made great low-calorie sandwiches on English Muffins! Yum!
We simply spiced the ground turkey with 10 smashed crackers, crushed red peppers, powdered Parmesan, fresh cracked pepper, onion powder, minced garlic, celery salt and “Italian Seasoning”. After mixing everything into the meat, simply form the turkey into the shape of your pan. Then, cover the whole thing with some marinara sauce – out of the jar is fine. Bake it for about an hour and a half (depending on the size) at 350-375 degrees or until the core temperature is above 160 degrees.
We’ve been failing at exercising lately, but our feet our actually injurred in a way to where it’s better that we stay off of them right now. We don’t seem to be getting fat though, and it’s nice to be thinner now but still eating a reasonable amount of food.
Brian= +834 Lisa = -12,775
|Total Calories Consumed||5,385||3,712|
|# of Steps||23,621||30,899|
|# of calories for steps||826.74||1081.5|
|# calories living||5,400||5,400|
|Total Calories Burned||6,227||6,481|
|Net Effect for Day||-842||-2,769|
|# of Push Ups||0||0|
|# of Sit Ups||0||0|
|# of Minutes Ran||0||0|