Meal prep for the week ahead, pack a picnic lunch on the go, or just enjoy a fresh Mason Jar Turkey Cobb Salad whenever the craving strikes! With this simple layering technique, the salads stay fresh in your refrigerator for days — no soggy lettuce allowed!
With just 5 ingredients and about 20 minutes, you can serve these juicy and flavorful Turkey Burgers for a healthy dinner any night of the week! The burgers can be prepared on a grill, in a skillet, or under the broiler for a convenient and family-friendly option on busy days.
If you’re hosting a Kentucky Derby party this year, or if you just like to have sandwiches for dinner sometimes (like us!), I have THE BEST recipe for you! These little Kentucky Hot Brown Sliders are incredibly popular in our house, and they make regular appearances at parties throughout the year. They are a must-try!
For a light, fresh, and flavorful meal, try these high-protein Asian Turkey Lettuce Wraps! They can be prepared in advance for a quick and easy low-calorie lunch or dinner when you don’t have time to cook!
The perfect way to use up leftover turkey or chicken, this Dump-and-Bake Turkey Tetrazzini is an easy dinner casserole with just 10 minutes of prep. You don’t even have to boil the pasta — just stir everything together and pop it in the oven!
It’s officially the first day of November, which means that it’s the perfect time to start sharing some easy recipes for your Thanksgiving dinner! This Garlic and Herb Roast Turkey Breast is crispy on the outside and tender, juicy, and flavorful on the inside. What more could you ask for in the centerpiece of your holiday meal?
There’s no prep work necessary for this 10-minute Dump-and-Bake Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Casserole! It’s a shortcut twist on my Polish grandmother’s famous recipe, and it’s sure to become a tradition in your house as well!
Aunt Bee’s healthy Cheesy Turkey, Tomato and Zucchini Casserole is full of fresh Italian flavors for an easy dinner that the entire family can enjoy! The freezer-friendly one dish meal combines vegetables, lean protein, and brown rice in a simple and wholesome prep-ahead supper.
There’s no need to boil the pasta! Just dump-and-bake these simple ingredients for an easy Kentucky Hot Brown Casserole that’s loaded with turkey, bacon, tomatoes, and a creamy sauce. Perfect for weeknight dinners and Derby Day celebrations!
After a busy holiday full of rich food and hours spent in the kitchen, this turkey soup is a lighter option to take advantage of leftover meat while only requiring 15 minutes of prep! It’s the antidote to all of life’s problems — whether you’re nursing a sick baby, caring for a friend, or just trying to feed a family on a busy weeknight. Mom always knows best!