Tasty and Easy to make – these Turkey Burgers are one of my “go-to” meal prep recipes. Feel  free to modify spices/herbs to find what tastes best for you (e.g. more spicy, less garlic….) and let me know what variations you come up with!

N.B. If you have specific macro goals you may need to adjust the quantities or number of servings to better suit your targets. For example:

  • More Turkey/Fewer Patties for higher protein
  • More  Potatoes for higher Carbs, and/or
  • Less Oil for lower fat

And if you are tracking, make sure you include any condiments used when logging your meal in MyFitnessPal (or wherever you track your food)

Zucchini Loaded Turkey Burger
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Zucchini Loaded Turkey Burger
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  • 900 g Lean Ground Turkey
  • 200 g Zuchinni, Grated
  • 100 g Onion, Diced
  • 100 g Celery, Diced
  • 3 Cloves Garlic. Minced
  • 60 mL Dijon Mustard
  • 30 mL Worcestershire
  • 30 mL Franks Hot Sauce
  • 30 g Fresh Parsley, Chopped Optional
  • Salt & Pepper Optional
  • 750 g Potatoes, Raw
  • 30 mL olive oil
  • Salt & Pepper Optional
  • 600 g Asparagus***
  • Salt & Pepprt Optional
  1. Combine all burger ingredients in a large bowl and mix until well combined. Divide into desired number of portions and transfer to BBQ, Frying Pan (Med-High) or Oven (375) and cook until no longer pink. Divide & set aside
  2. Toss sliced potatoes in oil, salt & pepper. BBQ, Grill or Bake until soft.
  3. Trim ends off the asparagus. BBQ, roast or steam until tender (but not mushy). Season with salt & Pepper.
  1. Once cooked, re-weigh potatoes & asparagus (separately).
  2. Divide each by total number of desired servings and portion into tupperware containers along with burgers*

*N.B.If you prefer not to pre-portion, store burgers, potatoes & asparagus in 3 separate bowls/containers & serve yourself from these bowls during the week. Use sticky notes to remind you how much of each

If you don’t have access to a scale, please refer to the “GHGS Nutrition Tools – Grams per Volume Chart” for some common ingredients and their conversions (or check out Gourmet Sleuth).

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