3 oz ground turkey,
2 oz mozzarella cheese
2" section of med zucchini grated
2 Bell pepper halves(cleaned out).
Mixed with salt and pepper and a dash of dried onions. Stuff in pepper halves and bake for 30 min at 350.
Drizzle with Kraft olive oil raspberry vinaigrette dressing. ( Or your whatever one sounds good to you? This just happens to be my favorite right now. )
Makes 1 lean and Green Meal 1 lean 3 greens and 1 healthy fat
Grilled Scalloped Squash with Turkey patty
One whole Scalloped squash (summer squash) - cut in quarters- (about 4 " across)
Cook in for 4 minutes (So oven time is shorter)
Drizzle 1 T Light Balsamic dressing over the squash.
Broil in over at 550 or in BBQ.
Use remaining 1 T to
(Pictured with 1 turkey patty and not pictured is the 1/2 cup cottage cheese I ate)
Together it is 1 serving- 1 LEAN- 3 greens- 1 healthy fat. Enjoy!
"Stuffed" Scalloped squash
Zucchini would work too
3 oz ground turkey
1/2 cup cottage cheese
1/4 cup cooked fresh Spinach
1 oz mozzarella cheese (top)
Cut scalloped squash in half. Hollow out middle. Cook in for 4 minutes. Remove and fill with stuffing. Cook at 550 till browned
Turkey Patties with Italian Zucchini Stir Fry
Cook Turkey Patty ----1.5 patties are pictured but the size has increased so the serving is one now.
Cut zucchini- I cut 2 small
Cut 1 tomato
In Skillet Add 1 tsp olive oil
Zucchini and tomatoes.
Flavor with Salt, Pepper and Italian Seasoning
Cook covered in the skilled, consistently until the zucchini tender. ( Measure 1 1/2 cups)
Serves 1- 1 1/2 turkey patties from Costco are one serving. 1 healthy fat, and 3 servings veggies.
Chicken Stuffed Green peppers
I cut a pretty large pepper in 1/2 and weighed it. I had to trim some extra off to make sure each half was the right weight for 2 green servings. About 5 oz for each pepper half I browned ground turkey with a bit of shire sauce (about 13 oz raw since it shrinks) to get 10.5 oz cooked..... and added to the skillet: 6.4 oz of chopped tomatoes and 2 oz of shredded cheese ( I used 1 oz and 1 oz cheddar). 99% lean ground turkey requires 2 healthy fats but the cheese requires none so with 1/4 of the lean from cheese and 3/4 of the lean from turkey I estimated 1.5 healthy fats. I used 2 laughing cow wedges for 1 healthy fat and 1/2 a serving of black olives for the other half. This mixture is stuffed into the pepper halves (you only get to eat one, this makes two lean & greens). Put in a baking dish with some water in the bottom and cover with foil. Bake 25 min Then remove foil and bake another 10 min.
5.25 oz of 98% lean ground turkey (cooked with some shire sauce, garlic powder, and onion powder)
1 oz of shredded cheese (.5 mozzarella, .5 cheddar)
3/4 cup steamed green beans (cut up tiny like kernels of corn - hehe)
3/4 cup mashed cauliflower ( I used nothing but cauliflower and LC cheese)
2 wedges laughing cow cheese for healthy fat.
browned the turkey with the spices - put in of mini 7" casserole dish, then sprinkled most of the shredded cheese on top of it (reserved a little to sprinkle on top of the assembled casserole). Then layered the steamed green beans ( they were only slightly steamed and still had some crunch). Then put the mashed cauliflower on top and sprinkled with the remaining shredded cheese. Baked at 350 degrees for 20 min then 5 min under the broiler to brown that cheese on top.
Makes 1 Lean and Green (although now that I think about it I think I needed another 1/2 healthy fat - maybe some olives next time)
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