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  • Jayanthi

    Hi…love your blog. Will ground chicken be good for this recipe too? Thanks!

    March 19, 2011
    • Yes, ground chicken would be great in this recipe. Keep an eye on them when they’re cooking because ground chicken has even less fat in it than ground turkey. You’ll probably only need to bake these for 30 minutes with the foil on and another 10 with the foil off. To help with keeping them moist, you could also brush the tops of the meatballs with a light coat of olive oil before baking. This will also help them brown faster when you cook them without the foil.

      March 20, 2011
      • Jayanthi

        Thank you Pamela :)

        March 20, 2011
  • [...] more excited for this to be my final week.  It’s not that I haven’t been enjoying my clean detox recipes, I have, but for some reason I am really jonesing for some wine.  The weird thing is, I [...]

    January 17, 2011
  • Happy New Year late. I’m catching up on your posts. I’ve done the lemonade cleanse and didn’t care for it and more recently was fasting one day a week. But, I agree eating cleaner is a lot easier. I’ll try your meatloaf and report back – I’m liking the apples in it already.

    January 15, 2011
  • [...] He is however going to be eating the same meal that I do (although he didn’t get any of the turkey meatloaf since he was still eating the annual sauerkraut and pork from New Year’s), because I’m [...]

    January 10, 2011
  • runnermom

    Im going to try your recipe – we made it through week one of our first cleanse! I wanted to know, is there a substitution for the amaranth? Maybe brown rice, I couldnt find any at my grocery!

    January 08, 2011
    • Congrats on the week! You could substitute ground/crushed quinoa for the amaranth (any color). If you can’t find that use ground brown rice. The problem with using either the quinoa or the rice whole is that the cooking time isn’t really long enough to cook either of those thoroughly, which will result in some pretty crunchy meatloaf. If you crush up or grind the quinoa you’ll get a much better outcome. The rice pretty much would need to be ground in order for it to cook through. Just use equal measurements to that given for the amaranth.

      Keep looking for the amaranth because it really is a great grain to add to your meals. You can buy amaranth online by clicking the word amaranth in this sentence.

      January 08, 2011
  • great recipe!

    January 06, 2011
  • Who would really post “fuck buddy”? Whoever they are… I applaud their honesty.

    January 05, 2011
  • I have just learned to live with the toxins! GREG

    January 05, 2011
  • I enjoy your method of detox so much more! This meatloaf looks healthy and delicious. The sauce you spread on top sounds just heavenly. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe, and thank you for your kind words on my blog. They mean so much to me!

    January 05, 2011
  • wow that pineapple sauce looks so good… thank you for sharing it. have a great day.

    January 05, 2011
  • Great idea! Hubby and I have been trying to eat better for several months now, but the holidays made it very difficult and now we’re both ready to get back on track. I love quinoa, but have never tried amaranth. Your meatloaf sounds really delicious, especially with that sauce! :)

    January 04, 2011
    • I’m still working on the husband part. He had some of this meatloaf but he’s eating up the last remnants of “good luck” dinner for New Year’s day. He swears there’s only one meal left and then he’s all in. He will be because he’s too lazy to make his own dinner and he knows I’ll kill him if I smell Taco Bell on his breath. ;)

      January 05, 2011
  • I never tried turkey meatloaf before but it looks delicious in the pictures. All I ever tried was beef meat loaf – maybe I should give it a try one day eh? YUMMS.

    Have a HAPPY NEW YEAR
    jen @ http://www.passion4food.ca

    January 04, 2011
  • Ground turkey meatloaf sounds good to me right now… been having too much rich foods lately… blergggg

    January 04, 2011
  • [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Pamela, Pamela. Pamela said: Clean Detox #Recipes: Ground Turkey Meatloaf http://goo.gl/fb/0Trvb #cleaninspired #easyrecipe #glutenfree [...]

    January 04, 2011
  • I totally agree with you on the cleanse. I would be a total crazy woman if there was no food involved. Trust me I’ve tried and it’s not a pretty scene.
    Love the healthy approach to your new year and your meatloaf looks great and I love all the clean ingredients you used. I will have to try soon. Have you ever heard of the Clean Eating magazine? Great magazine with great recipes.
    Happy New Year!!

    January 04, 2011
  • Happy New Year, Pam! I turn into a raging lunatic too, when I don’t eat. Whole foods are always better. :) And I’m with Marla; no formal resolutions… just “doing better.”

    [K]

    January 04, 2011
  • Pamela, I agree with you. I am a total nut job without regular meals. I could never do a liquid based cleanse. I too opt for whole food, all natural meals like this great Turkey Meatloaf you have right here. No resolutions here either, just keep on doing the right thing ;) xo

    January 03, 2011
  • This is a great start! Love the healthy approach for sure!

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    HAPPY NEW 2011 YEAR!!!
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    January 03, 2011

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