Grab and Go Turkey Muffins

This post is sponsored by Canadian Turkey, Grab and Go Turkey Muffins recipe provided. 

With a flip of the calendar, it’s already March and that means the kiddos only have 4 more months of school. At this point in the game, you may be running low on lunch inspiration and I wouldn’t blame you. Making lunches for the small crew is tough and it never seems to end. With three boys in our house, that’s fifteen lunches a week and one tired out mama. With Spring Break only days away, we can welcome the coming break from making lunches and gear up for the last part of the school year with some renewed energy and a plan!

Check out these 5 ways you can cook smart with Canadian Turkey below to help you get through next few months of lunch making. These are some great tips on how to cook once and have lunches for the days ahead like these Grab and Go Turkey Muffins – a great way to get out of the sandwich rut. 

Grab and Go Turkey Muffins

5 Ways to Cook Smart with Canadian Turkey

1. Choose Canadian Turkey First!
Turkey is a whole, nutrient-rich food (meaning it has a lot of nutrients per calorie) that fits into an overall high quality diet that’s good for you without compromising on flavor or taste so you can feel great adding turkey to all your meals and snacks.  Swap turkey for any protein in all of your favourite recipes for a lean choice.  Don’t forget – with turkey, even dark meat is lean!  This means you’ll get big, tasty flavour with a juicy bite even in the healthiest recipes.  With ground turkey or turkey thighs available at your local grocers, swapping turkey into any recipe is a snap!

2. Practice The Art of Batch Cooking!
Batch cooking can save you time, money and help you avoid reaching for take-out foods.  Cook up a larger quantity of your family’s favourite dishes or consider cooking up larger quantities of key ingredients that you can use as building blocks for quick meals on busy days.  Turkey is a versatile ingredient that can take on a new life in each recipe when you change up the spices, marinades and sauces. Think about choices like turkey chili, turkey curries, turkey meatballs and turkey soups, which are great candidates for batch-cooked meals.

3. Put Your Freezer To Work!
Use your freezer to stock up on your family’s best-loved recipes.  Breakfast, lunches, dinners and snacks can all be made ahead and frozen for a quick solution when you’re short on time.  Make sure to use clear containers so your meals are easily identified and label with a date and name.  Turkey meat is tasty and juicy, making it the perfect candidate for freezer-friendly recipes that taste even better when defrosted, reheated and served.

4. Use Tools That Make It Easy!
These days there are so many appliances available to help you get your meal prep and cooking done in record time.  Slow cookers, pressure cookers, tabletop grills, and pans for one-pot meals are all readily available.  These kitchen workhorses will help you prepare your daily meals in record time, freeing up extra time on busy days.  The Canadian Turkey website is filled with appliance-friendly recipes to help get you inspired!

5. Cook Once And Keep Eating!
Now here’s a great idea – cook a whole turkey for extra meat to have on hand, ready for weeknight meals, lunches and snacks.  You will end up with both white and dark meat, perfect for use in a variety of different recipes.  You will also have a large supply of turkey bones, the perfect base for a rich stock or multiple soups.  The economies of cooking a whole turkey will surprise you.  Once you see how many dishes you can create, you will be shocked at how little each meal costs!

These Grab and Go Turkey Muffins are perfect for taking in school lunches or on family outings and are an easy make ahead recipe

Grab and Go Turkey Muffins

Ingredients

1 ½ lbs Canadian turkey thighs

OR 3 cups cooked and chopped Canadian turkey meat

10 eggs

1/4 cup milk

1/4 water

2 cups packed baby spinach

1 cup peas (frozen and defrosted or pre-cooked)

1 cup chopped broccoli (frozen and defrosted or pre-cooked)

1 cup onion, finely chopped

1 cup chopped cherry tomatoes

1 cup finely chopped or grated onion

1 tsp olive oil

Salt and pepper to taste

Non-stick cooking spray

Directions

Pre-heat oven to 350°F (180°C).

Heat oil in a non-stick pan over medium heat.

If using cooked turkey, skip to step 5. If using uncooked turkey, slice turkey thighs into 1-inch strips. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Cook over medium heat until cooked through, 5 – 8 minutes. Remove from pan and set aside to cool.  Once cooled, chop into chunks.

Add onions to pan. Sauté until translucent, 2-4 minutes.

Add broccoli, peas and baby spinach. Cook until warmed through and spinach is wilted, 3 – 4 minutes.  Add salt and pepper to taste.

Remove from heat.

Whisk eggs together. Add water and milk.  Add salt and pepper to taste.

Spray a 12-piece (or 2 X 6 piece) non-stick muffin pan generously with non-stick cooking spray.

Divide cooked vegetables evenly among muffin cups.

Divide cherry tomatoes evenly between each muffin cup.

Equally divide egg mixture into each muffin cup leaving ½ centimeter of space at the top.

Bake for 20-25 minutes until eggs are cooked through.

Let cool slightly and then remove from muffin tins.

Serve warm or at room temperature.

Grab and Go Turkey Muffins a great work lunch or school lunch idea!

4.7 from 33 reviews
Grab and Go Turkey Muffins
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Recipe type: Breakfast
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Serves: 12
 
Ingredients
  • 1 ½ lbs Canadian turkey thighs
  • OR 3 cups cooked and chopped Canadian turkey meat
  • 10 eggs
  • ¼ cup milk
  • ¼ water
  • 2 cups packed baby spinach
  • 1 cup peas (frozen and defrosted or pre-cooked)
  • 1 cup chopped broccoli (frozen and defrosted or pre-cooked)
  • 1 cup onion, finely chopped
  • 1 cup chopped cherry tomatoes
  • 1 cup finely chopped or grated onion
  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Non-stick cooking spray
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat oven to 350°F (180°C).
  2. Heat oil in a non-stick pan over medium heat.
  3. If using cooked turkey, skip to step 5. If using uncooked turkey, slice turkey thighs into 1-inch strips. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Cook over medium heat until cooked through, 5 – 8 minutes. Remove from pan and set aside to cool. Once cooled, chop into chunks.
  5. Add onions to pan. Sauté until translucent, 2-4 minutes.
  6. Add broccoli, peas and baby spinach. Cook until warmed through and spinach is wilted, 3 – 4 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  7. Remove from heat.
  8. Whisk eggs together. Add water and milk. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  9. Spray a 12-piece (or 2 X 6 piece) non-stick muffin pan generously with non-stick cooking spray.
  10. Divide cooked vegetables evenly among muffin cups.
  11. Divide cherry tomatoes evenly between each muffin cup.
  12. Equally divide egg mixture into each muffin cup leaving ½ centimeter of space at the top.
  13. Bake for 20-25 minutes until eggs are cooked through.
  14. Let cool slightly and then remove from muffin tins.
  15. Serve warm or at room temperature.
  16. Tip: Batch-cook these muffin meals for lunches and snacks on the go and grab and run breakfasts throughout the week.

Tip: Batch-cook these muffin meals for lunches and snacks on the go and grab and run breakfasts throughout the week.

Looking for additional tips, recipes, videos and HOW TOs?  Visit canadianturkey.ca for all your healthy cooking inspiration. 

Try this Grilled Turkey Panzanella Salad too

grilled turkey panzanella salad

Comments

  1. kristen visser says:

    I love Turkey because of all the nutrients it has in it and how versatile it is. Turkey can be used to make so many different kinds of meals

  2. The Grilled Turkey Panzanella Salad you have featured is looking he most delicious to me today. My family would love it.

  3. Michelle W says:

    Turkey is jam packed with lots of vitamins and minerals! We love turkey and there are lots of ways to enjoy it!

  4. Turkey is lean and full of nutrients that would be great for my family. Is very versatile.

  5. Marlene J says:

    Turkey is lean “meat” for my lean family.

  6. It is good for my family because it is low in sodium and very versatile.

  7. Turkey is a great choice as it is lean and has high quality protein.

  8. I love that turkey is an excellent source of high quality protein.

  9. Amy Heffernan says:

    It is a great choice for my family because there are so many different meals to make!

  10. Maureen Anderson says:

    I love turkey because it is healthier and easy to cook

  11. Dave Gibb says:

    I love that turkey is an excellent source of high quality protein

  12. Turkey has wonderful vitamins and protein that my family needs

  13. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Turkey is tasty, versatile, lean and nutritious too.

  14. Lynda Cook says:

    Turkey is great for my family because of the awesome protein it has and the vitamins, plus the B12 that my husband needs!!

  15. Turkey is a fantastic choice for us because we love the taste, and we love the protein it provides.

  16. Martin Keating says:

    Turkey is lean meat

  17. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    This is good for my family because turkey is an excellent source of high quality protein.

  18. Jenny Major says:

    The Grilled Turkey Panzanella Salad looks good

  19. It contains lots of lean protein!

  20. Amanda I says:

    Turkey is a great choice for mt small family, we love the taste, and the protein it provides us!

  21. joanne darrell says:

    Turkey contains all the protein we need.

  22. Turkey is excellent lean protein.

  23. Nicolas C says:

    Turkey is lean and full of protein!

  24. Tainan Lu says:

    Turkey is great for my family because it’s high in protein and low in fat.

  25. turkey is an excellent source of high quality protein

  26. Turkey is great for my family because It’s a lean source of protein and iron. Thanks!

  27. Meekyung says:

    Every bite of turkey is an excellent source of high quality protein.

  28. ivy pluchinsky says:

    I like that it has good quality protein for my family.

  29. Lester C says:

    Turkey is full with lots of vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin B12s

  30. Turkey is packed with high quality PROTEIN.

  31. Sunshine G says:

    Lots of protein and easy to work into recipes – and the kids actually eat it!

  32. Turkey is a lean source of protein

  33. Canadian turkey is great for my family because it contain easily absorbed zinc that helps build strong immune systems

  34. Turkey is a good source of iron for my family.

  35. Dianne G. says:

    Turkey is a great choice for our family because it is a power protein containing so many nutrients per calorie. It is also low in sodium which helps us stay healthier as far as keeping our blood pressure down. It is also very cost efficient considering it is such a healthy nutrient rich meat.

  36. lynn clayton says:

    because it is a lean protein

  37. Tanya N. says:

    One everyone loves Turkey so always clean plates, great source of protein, lean and very affortable dinner for those of us on a budget. (think turkey pot pies, turkey soup, turkey chili, turkey sandwiches.)

  38. I love turkey because it is so tasty and versatile, and full of protein and minerals, too 🙂

  39. wendy hutton says:

    Turkey is a lean source of protein, and fits into our new healthy eating as it can be used in so many recipes

  40. I choose turkey because it’s lean.

  41. turkey is great value – it’s complex protein, lean, has minerals and vitamins, is very versatile, and tastes great so my family will eat it. thanks

  42. kathy downey says:

    We love Turkey it”s lean and has high quality protein.

  43. I like turkey as it’s a lean source of protein and has a chemical in it that’s natural and helps you sleep

  44. Rosanne Robinson says:

    Turkey is packed with high quality PROTEIN.

  45. LISA WILLIAMS says:

    Turkey is a heathier choice for my family

  46. It is a good source of protein that is low in fat.

  47. Debbie White Beattie says:

    Turkey is nutritious choice because it’s got high quality protein, it’s lean, it gives you iron, vitamin B12, niacin, vitamin D, potassium and phosphorus

  48. Christine w says:

    Turkey is a high quality lean protein

  49. Donna L. says:

    Turkey is protein rich and can be cooked in many different ways.

  50. jessica s says:

    I love turkey because it’s a great source of lean protein. There is also so many ways to enjoy it! I love turkey pot pie the most!

  51. Turkey is a nutritious choice for my family because it is a good source of protein and it is a leaner choice compared to other meats.

  52. Heather Swanson says:

    Turkey is packed with protein

  53. turkey contains energizing iron!

  54. Cheryl k says:

    I enjoy serving my family turkey because it is very lean and full of vitamins/minerals 💗

  55. Turkey is lean and is protein so it’s great for my family. Plus it’s delicious!!

  56. High in protein and low in fat is awesome!

  57. Julie bolduc says:

    I love that it has a great source of protine

  58. It is packed with high quality protein

  59. Turkey is lean, high in protein and B12

  60. Turkey is a great choice for our family because it’s so versatile and a good source of protein.

  61. Victoria Ess says:

    It’s a lean source of protein!

  62. HEIDI CA. says:

    Turkey is a good choice for my family as it is a lean protein full of vitamins and minerals and it tastes great in a lot of our favourite recipes.

  63. Turkey is lean with high protien

  64. Richard Chen says:

    Turkey is lean with high protein!!

  65. Juliee Fitze says:

    I like turkey because it is a lean protein that works in many dishes.

  66. Florence Cochrane says:

    Turkey is packed with protein and is a lean choice.

  67. Micheline says:

    Turkey is high in protein and in B6 & B12

  68. Turkey is a great choice as not only does it taste delicious it is high in protein!

  69. Elizabeth R says:

    Turkey is a good choice because it is a lean meat with lots of protein.

  70. Canadian turkey is packed with protein and all turkey is lean.

  71. Canadian Turkey is a great choice as it is a lean protein source packing a great punch per serving

  72. Judy Cowan says:

    It is a great choice because it is a lean protein that is low in fat, perfect for this family where we need to watch fat intake.

  73. Carol Denny says:

    I love that turkey is an excellent source of high quality protein and we make roast turkey about every 6 weeks or so. We love our turkey!

  74. Sherry K says:

    Turkey is a lean source of good protein.

  75. Turkey is full of protein and is lean

  76. Turkey is a good choice for my family as it is low in fat and high in protein.

  77. tanyab79 says:

    It is great for my family because it is high in protein. The white and brown meat are both lean so that is a bonus.

  78. Turkey is a great choice since it is packed with high quality PROTEIN.

  79. As a fitness enthusiast turkey is my #1 protein choice. Great protein per calorie ratio.

  80. Alexander says:

    It’s low in fat!

  81. I didn’t realize that there are soooo many nutrients in turkey. High in protein, low in fat! And you can have it so many wyas

  82. I like that turkey is lean and full of protein.

  83. Tiffany Collins says:

    I love that it is a lean source of protein that offers lots of nutrients my growing boys need.

  84. turkey is a great source of protein

  85. Turkey is a great choice as it is lean and has high quality protein.

  86. Michelle K says:

    Turkey is lean and high in protein

  87. Darren Scrubb says:

    Protein plays an important role in building, maintaining and repairing your body.

  88. Stephanie says:

    Turkey is great because it has high quality protein!

  89. I love turkey because it’s full of protein and low in fat. It’s great I’m so many recipes .

  90. Turkey is a a very versatile meat to prepare . I really enjoy the dark meat it is so moist and flavorful. The Grab and Go Turkey Muffins sound perfect when you have those little bits of meat left over that are too small for sandwiches.

  91. Tara Betterley says:

    I learnt that Turkey is very lean and offers a great source of protein.

  92. SweetPanda says:

    Turkey is great because it is low in sodium and it has high quality of protein

  93. I found out that turkey is lean and full of nutrients.

  94. I love turkey because it’s lean and healthy and so versatile.

  95. It’s packed with quality protein!

  96. Margaret H says:

    Diabetics need the protein hit turkey gives

  97. Jessica M Walker says:

    Love that it’s lean and taste amazing

  98. My family LOVES turkey – we love how it tastes and how often you can put it into different recipes! Aside from all the nutrients in turkey it is a high quality protein that I can feed my family and keep them healthy.

    Mishelle

  99. I think turkey is great because it’s low fat and pure protein,

  100. Ashleigh Swerdfeger says:

    Turkey has lots of protein.

  101. Linda Svarovsky says:

    I love that turkey is low in sodium.

  102. Turkey is a great choice for my family because it is lean and has high in protein.

  103. Sarah alexis says:

    Canadian Turkey is an excellent source of protein and so many other nutrients: vitamins and minerals!!!

  104. Anne Derkat says:

    Turkey meat is lean and has iron.

  105. Great source of protein, and so many great ways to enjoy turkey in our favorite recipes!

  106. It’s a great source of lean protein and tasty too.

  107. Kathleen Roffey says:

    An excellent source of high quality protein

  108. Sarahjferg says:

    I love that it is a lean protein packed with vitamins.

  109. Clare O'Brien says:

    Turkey is a healthy choice because it is high in lean protein.

  110. I would like to try the Easy Turkey Pot Pie. I will probably like anything that say’s easy.

  111. Marg Smith says:

    Turkey builds up your body with immune-strengthening ZINC.

  112. mousecat says:

    Turkey is a great choice for my family because it is high in protein and lean in fat

  113. Wayne Couzens says:

    Turkey is great tasting and nutritious. Even though most of the time a turkey is to big for the 2 of us we still get one occasionally and prepare many freezer meals after the main event.

  114. With my husbands weight loss journey we found turkey a great option to keep him on track. A great protein and versatile too.

  115. Marlene V. says:

    I would love to try the easy turkey pot pie recipe. We love turkey because it’s tasty and healthy

  116. Turkey is packed with protein!

  117. Lynnie M says:

    The Grilled Turkey Panzanella Salad would be a delicious and nutritious choice for my family. I know I’d really love it!

  118. Sandi Tymchuk says:

    I love turkey because it is an excellent source of lean protein. I can buy turkey on sale after holidays and keep it in our freezer for later.

  119. Such a great source of lean protein.. Not just for Christmas that’s for sure.

  120. Antoinette M says:

    Turkey is a good source of protein and is a lean meat.

  121. Turkey is good source of high quality protein and is lean. I now make my meatloaf with minced turkey meat and it’s great.

  122. Edith Rennes says:

    Turkey is an excellent source of lean meat and protein.

  123. Excellent source of lean protein that is incredibly versatile for making an endless array of turkey-based dishes. Who knew nutritious could taste so good!

  124. Karin Dollery says:

    A great source of protein, theres lots of recipes that use Turkey and the whole family loves it.

  125. Megan Willis says:

    Our family likes Turkey because it is lean meat!

  126. Elva Roberts says:

    Turkey, with skinless meat, is a wonderful source of lean protein. Turkey is also delicious as cooked or in many dishes. I have signed up for recipes and am looking forward to receiving them.

  127. Joanne C says:

    Turkey is fantastic because it’s a great source of lean protein as well as lots of vitamins and minerals.

  128. Sara Lima says:

    Turkey is such a great source of lean protein, and it’s so versatile! It’s so much more than just thanksgiving.

  129. Heather Sibley says:

    Ground turkey has just over half the fat of lean ground beef.

  130. Canadian turkey is a great nutritious choice for my family because it gives you a boost with energizing iron.

  131. Turkey is a great source of heme iron, which is more easily absorbed than other forms of iron; as someone who is anemic, this is a good source of nutrition for my family and I.

  132. Alanna Watt says:

    Turkey is great for my family becasue it is loaded with vitamins and nutrients to help support a well balanced diet!

  133. loucheryl says:

    I love that it’s loaded with vitamins and nutrients. Perfect to support a balanced diet.

  134. Lean. Tasty.

  135. Margaret Huitema says:

    Turkey is lean and full of nutrients which is good for my family!

  136. Marion S says:

    Canadian turkey is a great nutritious choice for my family because it is a source of good quality protein and other nutrients!

  137. it good for you and hig in protein and give you engry

  138. I love the versatility of turkey – really want to try the muffin recipe.

  139. I like turkey because it’s a lean source of protein, whether it’s light or dark meat.

  140. such a tasty source of protein and can be used in so many ways.

  141. Cathy Balogh says:

    Turkey is packed with high quality PROTEIN.

  142. Kim O'Reilly says:

    I love turkey because my kids eat it without question and it is so healthy and versatile.

  143. Julie Barrett says:

    High in protein which keeps you fuller longer and has less fat

  144. Rebecca Tong says:

    It is a good source of lean protein for me and my family

  145. I like that turkey is lean and contains iron.

  146. Brian Hwang says:

    Turkey is filled with PHOSPHORUS.

  147. nancy stokell says:

    Turkey is lean and full of nutrients

  148. Doris Calvert says:

    turkey is LEAN and full of iron and vitaminD which we all need in the winter months living in Canada

  149. Morgan Stewart says:

    Turkey has vitamin B12 which is a vitamin many members of my family are deficient of so eating turkey tis a great way to compensate for that!

  150. Lean Protein

  151. Mary Boudreau says:

    Because Turkey is high quality protein which contains iron, zinc,Vit B12 and D, niacin, Selenium , potassium, magnesium and phosphorous. Plus it’s low in sodium

  152. Kim Tanti says:

    Canadian turkey is great for my family Not only dose it support a Canadian buisness but it is a great lean source of protein.

  153. Canadian turkey is a great choice for my family because it is full of protein.

  154. I love that turkey is a great source of protein and iron!

  155. All fresh cuts of turkey are low in sodium, so it is definitely good for our family meal!

  156. Laurence Price says:

    Turkey is a great source of high-quality protein and it has an excellent taste.

  157. Looks delicious !)

  158. Turkey is filled with PHOSPHORUS. And it doesn’t even make you sleepy!!!

  159. It’s nutrient rich and has less sulphites, also very versatile

  160. Jennifer P. says:

    Turkey is a great nutritious choice for my family because of its iron content – I’m always trying to add iron-rich sources other than red meat, since I tend to be anemic and since one of my kids doesn’t like red meat.

  161. Orna Soref says:

    Dark turkey meat

  162. Turkey is a lean protein and we sub it for ground beef in almost all of our recipes at home 🙂

  163. Turkey is packed with high quality PROTEIN which is important for my whole family. I’m always very careful about my family getting enough protein, especially before a big game!

  164. I just like the taste of turkey.

  165. It is a lean source of protein!

  166. Jeannie Lam says:

    I love that it’s a lean source of protein.

  167. Sab Edwards says:

    YOu need to eat so little turkey in order to get your daily protein.

  168. Rebecca F says:

    Turkey is a great source of protein and iron!

  169. Rosa Cross says:

    Turkey is a lean choice with a good source of protein.

  170. Kristen.Eri says:

    Canadian turkey is lean and is a good source of protein.

  171. It’s a lean meat that is full of vitamins and minerals.

  172. Turkey is a lean and a good source of protein

  173. Love turkey! Great for when I’m watching my fat intake

  174. Jill MacAulay says:

    Turkey is a tasty source of protein !

  175. Maria McLachlan says:

    Turkey builds up your body with immune-strengthening ZINC. I never hear much about Zinc but its essential and turkey is great source

  176. Elaine Buonsante says:

    Turkey meat provides high quality protein with low fat and is packed with nutrition. It is a staple in my meal planning for healthy weight loss.

  177. Wendy Jensen says:

    Canadian turkey is a great nutritious choice for my family because it is a power protein.

  178. Turkey is full of vitamins, minerals and is a great source of protein. i love it but i find it very gassy.

  179. Linda Hall says:

    Canadian turkey is a great nutritious choice because it is packed with high quality PROTEIN.

  180. It is good for my family because it is a great source of lean protein!

  181. I love things I can make ahead and have in the freezer for when I’m feeling lazy – this recipe fits the bill!

  182. Turkey’s a great nutritious choice for my fam b/c it’s a good lean protein with iron.

  183. Janet Meisner says:

    It is nutritious, lean and high in protein.

  184. Turkey gives you a boost with energizing IRON!!!

  185. Heather Ritz says:

    has lots of lean protein

  186. It is high in protein!

  187. dark turkey meat is lean, with just 8 grams of fat per a 100-gram

  188. Patricia Rosart says:

    Turkey is full of vitamins and minerals including iron, zinc, vitamin B12, and niacin.

  189. Dayle B. says:

    Canadian turkey is high in protein. Also, very tasty and makes for many meals if you roast a whole turkey. Turkey soup is the best.

  190. it’s a lean source of protein

  191. Turkey is a lean source of protein & can always find on sale.

  192. It is a really great source of high quality protein!

  193. Gina Bergman says:

    A great protein choice for my family

  194. Turkey is low in fat and high in protein, so a great source of nutrient for my family. I struggle with ground turkey, but am getting used to it

  195. We have their Quick and Easy Pantry Turkey Salad a couple of times a month. It is easy to make, tasty, high in protein and low in calories. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity!

  196. Great protein punch for the ‘pound’

  197. Terry Perron says:

    Its great protein. It can be used in so many types of food and recipes. Its a family favorite anytime of the year.

  198. It’s lean and has a lot of protein, which my family needs.

  199. Angela Smith says:

    its so high in protein and leaner than other meats!

  200. Chantelle Daigle says:

    It’s lean and full of protein!

  201. Turkey is a great choice as it is lean and has high quality protein.

  202. Lean Meat and great for salads.

  203. Karla Sceviour says:

    Canadian turkey is a great nutritious choice for my family because it is full of protein and is something that everyone enjoys. We can have it for lunch,dinner or supper,or a snack, So versatile and yummy!

  204. Travelbuds says:

    Turkey is great as it is full of nutrients and high quality protein.

  205. turkey is an excellent source of immune-strengthening zinc – very important during cold/flu season!

  206. I love its low in sodeum , great for the hubby !

  207. Heidi Snow says:

    Turkey is one of my favourite meals and not enjoyed often enough. I think I will make one in the coming weeks and follow some of the tips and recipe here.

  208. I love turkey because it’s so good for you.

  209. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I love that it is a lean meat but packed with protein.

  210. Caroline says:

    I love it because it is a lean source of protein.

  211. Mike Gismondi says:

    It’s a great source of protein and it’s lean

  212. janine a says:

    it’s great because of the protein and vitamins! 🙂

  213. janine a says:

    i love the amount of protein in it

  214. turkey is lean and high in protein.

  215. It is a great source of protein.

  216. Turkey is full of lean protein, which is great for healthy lifestyle! It also is a great source of B vitamins.

  217. Nicole Jubleew says:

    Turkey is perfect for us because it is bursting with VITAMIN B12 something I’m struggling with getting enough of every day.

  218. I like turkey because its good

  219. Diana Corlett says:

    Turkey not only tastes good but is a lean protein that is good for us.

  220. Turkey has a lot of protein, which my family needs.

  221. Turkey is great because it’s a lean meat that is full of protein

  222. Irene Eichler says:

    Turkey is perfect .. It is high in protein an low in fat . And there is so many ways you can cook with it !

  223. turkey has lean, quality protein and is packed with minerals and vitamins. thx

  224. Josie Tusa says:

    Turkey is lean and full of nutrients that would be great for my family.

  225. Brad Kinchen says:

    High in protein and lean, very versatile too.

  226. Turkey is delicious, full of protein and very versatile!

  227. It is good for my family as it is high in protein.

  228. Tara Gauthier says:

    Turkey is a great choice as it is lean and a good source of protein

  229. Packed full of minerals. Good recipes.

  230. It’s lean and it tastes great.

  231. Turkey has wonderful vitamins and protein

  232. I want to try the Grilled Turkey Panzanella Salad! My family would love it!

  233. Gotta love turkey, packed full of protein and nutrients, while being exceptionally lean and tasty 🙂

  234. Turkey is a great choice because it is lean and tastes great.

  235. Tammy Kay Dalley says:

    It is great for my family because it is low in sodium!

  236. each serving has 30 g of protein

  237. LOVE

    Turkey is a staple in my cutting diet!

  238. Turkey is a great source of lean protein for my family.

  239. Canadian turkey is a great nutritious choice for my family as it’s packed with protein which helps with sustaining a healthy lifestyle

  240. Orna Soref says:

    lean meat

  241. tammy hedden says:

    I choose turkey for my family bc it’s full of protein and a healthierchoice I adore #Turkey !
    Love the turkey muffins portable and delish ♥

  242. Judy hunting says:

    Turkey is low in sodium and a lean meat so it is a much healthier alternative for my family

  243. Kelley Moore says:

    We love turkey because it’s so mean with little fat and leftovers can get used in so many recipes!!

  244. I love that turkey is a good source of lean protein!

  245. Because it’s tasty, versatile and nutritious

  246. It’s a great source of protein and is heart-healthy as well.

  247. It is a valuable lean protein.

  248. Heather Nolan says:

    Turkey is a great choice as it is lean and has high quality protein.

  249. I love all the deliciousness and goodness in these turkey muffins. They are so appetizing with all those lovely veggies in them. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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