Tasty Back to School Ideas with Canadian Turkey #TurkeyMakesItEasy #Giveaway ~ CAN 09/20

| August 22, 2019 | 421 Comments

Summer vacation is about to come to a close. Canadian families are beginning to think about getting back into the swing of their Back to School routines. One of the tasks parents have to get ready for are tasty back to school breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks! Meal planning is a way for families to prepare delicious and nutritious meals ahead of time. Using a delicious protein as the base for yummy meals can help to make meal planning easier out together. Canadian Turkey wants to give you a hand in making meals easy at this time of the year! They have shared with us some Back to School meal ideas that will help you create some tasty dishes to enjoy!

Tasty Back to School Ideas with Canadian Turkey
Photo Credit: Canadian Turkey: Big-Crunch Oven-Baked Turkey Tenders in a lunch container with peaches and cucumber.

Tasty Back to School Ideas with Canadian Turkey

Why should you choose turkey?

Why should you choose turkey for your Back to School meals? Turkey is a power-packed protein that can act as the anchor of any meal throughout the day. Any of its tasty cuts work to fuel your family with essential protein and nutrients. Turkey provides about 30 grams of high-quality protein for each 100-ram serving. This protein also contains nutrients like vitamin B12, selenium, and zinc.

5 tasty tips to make Back to School Easy with Canadian Turkey

Not sure how to fuel your family with turkey for Back to School? Check out these five tasty tips to give you some ideas!

1. Batch It! Turkey is the perfect choice for batch cooking. Plan for recipes that are easy to scale and cook extra turkey to provide planned leftovers, so you can cook once and eat twice!

2.Get Healthy! Turkey is a great source of protein, important minerals and nutrients. Power-up your plate without having to compromise on flavour with this tasty ingredient. 

3.Keep It Simple! Turkey can be cooked ahead of time and freezes well, so you can have an easy meal on hand during rushed weeknights and busy weekends. 

4. Versatility Plus! Turkey adapts to all of your favourite flavour profiles and spice combinations, and with so many cuts to choose from you can find choices that please the whole family. Turkey is a delicious option for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You can serve it hot or cold, and it tastes great the next day, too! 

5. Boost It! Add turkey to your favourite dishes for an instant protein boost! Salads, soups, pasta sauces and casseroles all benefit from the added nutrients turkey contributes.

Tasty Back to School Ideas with Canadian Turkey
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A finger-friendly family recipe

Having Canadian turkey on your family’s plate every day is a great way to fuel your family through their busy schedules. Canadian Turkey wants families to enjoy every bite of their meals with tasty and nutritious tips and recipe ideas. One recipe that will help your family take a yummy bite every time is their Big-Crunch Oven-Baked Turkey Tenders. This dish would make an excellent lunch of dinner staple for your Back to School meals. Take a look below to see how to put together this easy dish!

Big-Crunch Oven-Baked Turkey Tenders.
Prep Time
30 mins
Cook Time
20 mins
Total Time
50 mins
 
Course: Lunch, Main Course, Snack
Cuisine: Canadian
Keyword: turkey tenders,
Ingredients
Turkey Tenders:
  • 2 X 1 lb boneless skinless turkey thighs
  • 1 tsp each garlic powder sweet paprika, powdered mustard
  • ½ cup flour
  • 1 egg 2 egg whites, lightly beaten
  • 2 cups panko breadcrumbs
  • 1/3 cup grated parmesan cheese
  • Salt and pepper to taste
Roasted Red Pepper Cream Cheese Dip:
  • 1 cup jarred roasted red peppers drained
  • 2 tbsp cream cheese
  • 2 tbsp Greek yogurt
  • 2 tbsp fresh parsley
  • 1 tbsp chopped green onions
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste
Instructions
For tenders:
  1. Slice turkey into 1 cm slices. If thicker, pound to about 1 cm thickness.
  2. Season the tenders with garlic powder, paprika, mustard powder and salt and pepper to taste.
  3. Prepare your breading station with three shallow bowls. Place flour in one bowl, egqs in another bowl, and breadcrumbs and cheese in another bowl. Season all with a pinch of salt and pepper.
  4. Set the oven to broil.
  5. Take each slice of turkey and dredge in flour. Dip in egg and then coat with breadcrumb mixture on both sides, pressing breadcrumbs to adhere well.
  6. Place oven rack in the middle of the oven. Broil, for 6-8 minutes per side, until turkey is no longer pink and cooked through. Flip once during cooking, when the breadcrumbs are browned. (Timing may vary depending on size and shape of fingers). Let cool slightly before serving.
For dipping sauce, blend together peppers, cheese, yogurt, parsley, onions and olive oil. Season with salt and pepper to your liking.
  1. Serve turkey tenders with dipping sauce on the side.
Recipe Notes

TIP: These tenders taste great the next day and make a fabulous lunch. Turkey breast works well in this recipe too. Change up your dipping sauce with your kid’s favourites; honey mustard, ranch, hummus and BBQ all work well and can be packed up for lunch or snacks.

Why are these tenders so great?

These turkey tenders are great because they are a finger-friendly family recipe that can be gobbled down at lunch or dinner! Kids can even serve themselves by picking them up and dipping them into their favourite sauces. The fact that this dish is oven baked and packed with protein is an added bonus!

Tasty Back to School Ideas with Canadian Turkey
Photo Credit: Canadian Turkey: Big-Crunch Oven-Baked Turkey Tenders in a lunch container with peaches and cucumber.

Turkey thighs are a great cut to use with this recipe because they are moist, tender and full of flavour. If you cook this dish in large batches, they are a great snack to have on hand as an after-school snack or a quick dinner for hectic weeknights!

More tasty tips!

Are you curious to find additional tips, recipes and HOWTOs for a tasty Back to School with turkey? Visit Canadian Turkey for more cooking inspiration! The Recipe section is jam-packed with delicious recipes for full meals, appetizers, snacks, and kid’s favourites. There are also videos, tips, and how to’s that share what you need to know to help put scrumptious, nutritious, and versatile into your family’s meal rotation every day! 

Tasty Back to School Ideas with Canadian Turkey
Tasty Back to School Ideas with Canadian Turkey

Disclaimer: This post is generously sponsored by Canadian Turkey.

A Canadian Turkey BTS Giveaway!

Are you excited to get your Back to School meals off to a tasty start? Canadian Turkey would like to give one lucky Ottawa Mommy Club follower a $75 Prepaid Visa Gift Card for some yummy inspiration!

The ARV of this prize package is $75!

This giveaway is open to Canadian residents and ends at 11:59 PM EDT on September 20th, 2019. 

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  1. Pam says:

    My fave tip is making batches of turkey because it freezes well.

  2. Freda Mans says:

    Batch cooking is my favorite tip! It’s a great way to save time on lunches!

  3. Freda Mans says:

    TURKEY SWEET POTATO BURRITO WILL BE ADDED TO MY MENU FOR LUNCHES!

  4. Glogirl says:

    My favourite tip is to Keep it Simple. A great idea to cook turkey ahead of time and then freeze it and pull out for a quick addition to a meal.

  5. Diane To says:

    THAI TURKEY LETTUCE WRAPS

  6. Diane To says:

    CHIPOTLE LIME TURKEY TACOS

  7. Flroence Cochrane says:

    I like the tip Boost it for added protein.

  8. Florence Cochrane says:

    I will be adding the Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters to the menu.

  9. Lester C says:

    Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters

  10. Lester C says:

    batch cooking!

  11. Dianne G. says:

    My favourite tip is Tip #1 – Batch It. I like to cook extra so I get a few meals from what I cook. Turkey makes it easy as it goes well in so many dishes.

  12. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps to our menu.

  13. micheline says:

    Batch cooking is my favorite tip, easy to make extra and freeze.

  14. Heather Swanson says:

    My fav tip is batch it.

  15. Clifford Perkins says:

    Turkey Meatloaf Muffins would be a good choice.

  16. Elaine G says:

    I like the Batch It tip. We always have lots of turkey left over and we plan meals ahead with the left overs.

  17. Krista M says:

    I like the versatility that turkey can be served both hot & cold, giving so may different options for kids school lunches!

  18. 409cope says:

    I like the idea of cooking batches and freezing for quick meals.

  19. Silvia D says:

    my fav tip is batch cooking , so many ways to enjoy turkey! And making soup with the bones!

  20. Tina L/ says:

    My favourite tip is to Keep It Simple!

  21. debra Philippon says:

    Turkey can be added as a burst of protein to a wide variety of dishes.

  22. sojeles says:

    I like the idea to batch cook and it saves me time and I get lots done that way. I can think of a few recipes to cook all at once and make it worth it.

  23. I will definitely be adding Turkey Meatloaf Muffins to our back-to-school menu! Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity!

  24. Florence Cochrane says:

    Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos is a recipe I will be making.

  25. Shirley P says:

    Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps look good

  26. Suzanne says:

    my favorite tip is making batches of turkey for cooking

  27. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    My favourite tip is one I still use to this day, batch cooking. I’ll cook a normal portion and freeze what I don’t need straight away, makes meal times a cinch for me.

  28. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    EASY TURKEY MEATBALL MEAL STARTERS, meatballs always go down well and with turkey they taste so yummy.

  29. Diane To says:

    TURKEY SAUSAGES, TOMATOES AND ASPARAGUS GRILLED PIZZA sounds delish.

  30. Jenness M says:

    The Boost It! tip. I always try to add protein to meals.

  31. Travelbuds says:

    I like their tip about batch cooking. I like to cook turkey and freeze in separate containers so I can take out and make lunches or dinners easily.

  32. Pamela Fontaine says:

    All the tips were great but batch cooking is such a good idea – I really should do it more!

  33. Lester C says:

    Grandma’s Turkey-Stuffed Mini-buns

  34. krisha4444 says:

    batch cooking! so you can cook once and eat twice ๐Ÿ™‚ definitely a time saver

  35. krisha4444 says:

    Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters

  36. Turkey tenders would be a favourite in our house.

  37. Angie Andrews says:

    I will be adding the Big Crunch oven baked Turkey Tenders to the menu

  38. Erin N says:

    The batch cooking tip is my favourite! So helpful ๐Ÿ™‚

  39. Erin N says:

    The Turkey burritos sounds like it will be a hit in our home!

  40. Melinda says:

    I like to make turkey casseroles and freeze for later.

  41. Carole D says:

    The Turkey Meatloaf Muffins is perfect for school lunch!

  42. Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters would be my kids choice.

  43. Dianne G. says:

    Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos would be good to add to our menu.

  44. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Shredded Turkey Tacos would taste great

  45. Shirley O says:

    The Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps look like a great back to school snack.

  46. Calvin says:

    To freeze turkey tenders to add to the salad.

  47. Calvin says:

    Turkey Sausages, Tomatoes and Asparagus Grilled Pizza would be good.

  48. Suzie B says:

    My favorite tip is: Batch it! I like the idea of prepping so you can grab and go!

  49. Shirley P says:

    Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta looks so delicious and easy to prepare.

  50. ivy pluchinsky says:

    My favorite tip is making batches of turkey. We love leftovers!

  51. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    TURKEY MEATBALLS AND GREENS WITH ORECCHIETTE PASTA would be a delicous meal for my grandkids and me.

  52. Erin N says:

    The Turkey Parm Smashburgers recipe sounds so good! I can’t wait to make it for the family ๐Ÿ™‚

  53. “Keep it simple” is my favourite tip!

  54. Big Crunch Oven Baked Turkey Crunch Tenders sound good for lunch.

  55. I think my kids would really like TURKEY SLOPPY JOE SLIDERS.

  56. Amy C says:

    I like the tip about keeping it simple.

  57. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Piri Piri Grilled Turkey Drummettes to our menu.

  58. Silvia D says:

    Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers would be great for the kids

  59. Monique L.S. says:

    I like Keep It Simple. This is what works best in my family.3

  60. Calvin says:

    Italian Turkey Stuffed Manicotti, neat and filling.

  61. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Egg Muffuletta Sandwich looks delicious

  62. kyle rogerson says:

    My favorite tip is Boost it! A little extra protein boost is perfect (:

  63. Kim M says:

    My favourite tip is to keep it simple

  64. Janine Alton says:

    batch cooking, getting lots ready and freezing extras for later, great tip

  65. Marsha Arditti says:

    I always cook my turkey a head of time. So I have extra meals to freeze.

  66. ducky says:

    Use a dipping sauce.

  67. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    SWEET AND SOUR TURKEY MEAT BALLS, you might have guessed kids love meatballs ๐Ÿ™‚

  68. Tainan Lu says:

    My favourite tip is to Keep it Simple.

  69. Carrie Bilenduke says:

    The versatility for sure.

  70. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    i would make the THAI TURKEY LETTUCE WRAPS

  71. Lorna Webster says:

    The batch cooking tip is awesome!

  72. Ed says:

    My favourite tip is batch cooking.

  73. Shirley P says:

    Turkey and Cranberry Sandwich Spread looks like a tasty sandwich

  74. Anne Derkat says:

    I’m a big believer in Keeping it Simple.

  75. Erin N says:

    The Big Crunch Oven Baked Turkey Crunch Tenders recipe sounds so good, too!

  76. Sarah Ferguson says:

    My favourite tip is keep it simple because I know if it isn’t I won’t do it .

  77. Jonnie says:

    My favorite tip is to batch cook. It makes weekday meals so much easier.

  78. Amanda Masters says:

    Batch it is our number 1. So important and easy to keep things simple

  79. Edith Rennes says:

    I like Grandmaโ€™s Turkey-Stuffed Mini-buns…sounds like a sure thing

  80. Aarone M says:

    turkey meatball meal starts looks nummy

  81. Carole D says:

    My favourite tip is Batch It. I like to cook extra and freeze for future recipes!

  82. Huguette E. says:

    I like the batch cooking.

  83. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Italian Turkey Stuffed Manicotti to our menu.

  84. Brad says:

    Batch cooking turkey is a great tip.

  85. Toby says:

    5. Boost It! Add turkey to your favourite dishes for an instant protein boost! Salads, soups, pasta sauces and casseroles all benefit from the added nutrients turkey contributes. Also great in omelettes!

  86. Toby says:

    Turkey Quesadillas!

  87. Julie Bolduc says:

    The Easy Turkey Meatball Meal look good

  88. Laura says:

    Batch cooking is my favourite option! It’s simple and helps me plan and stay organized.

  89. Calvin says:

    Baked Turkey Cheddar Ranch Pull-Apart Sliders are terrific .

  90. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Cheese Tomato and Turkey Bake would be a good recipe to try

  91. piroska says:

    I like the tip to keep it simple.

  92. Juliee Fitze says:

    Ii like the easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters

  93. Kelsey says:

    Batch cooking is amazing advice!!

  94. Sheila Russell says:

    CHIPOTLE LIME TURKEY TACOS

  95. Shirley P says:

    Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers look good

  96. LDC says:

    My fave tip is the reminder about the versatility of turkey! <3

  97. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I believe my grandkids would enjoy the novelty of THAI TURKEY LETTUCE WRAPS

  98. Ron says:

    I like the tip that turkey can be cooked ahead of time and frozen. Saves a lot of time on busy nights for meals.

  99. Clifford Perkins says:

    Sweet & Sour Turkey Meatballs, my family love meatballs.

  100. sarah alexis says:

    Cooking in Batches is a super helpful tip!

  101. Silvia D says:

    Turkey Grilled Cheese would be a favourite with the kids

  102. Jennifer P. says:

    My favourite tip is to batch cook – I love making a big batch of something that can be used for multiple meals. Saves so much time and effort, and when it’s something so versatile like turkey it means everyone in the family is happy with the different meal options that can be created.

  103. Erin N says:

    The Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps recipe sounds amazing!

  104. Dianne G. says:

    Sweet and Sour Turkey Meat Balls would be a good recipe to add to our menu.

  105. Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers would make a great lunch for the kids.

  106. Rosa Cross says:

    My favourite tip is to do batch cooking.

  107. Monique L.S. says:

    I think my family would really enjoy the Mini Pizza Meatloaves.

  108. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Crunchy Turkey Cutlets look really good

  109. Calvin says:

    Sky-High Veggie Packed Turkey Nachos would be great

  110. rita douglas says:

    oh my gosh so many great tips! I think I love the turkey tenders for lunches. such a different thing- protein, tasty, and kids will love it. The putting it in things like casseroles and chili instead of chicken or ground beef, I love that to put a bit of variety in our dinners.

  111. krisha4444 says:

    turkey meatloaf muffins

  112. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Turkey Meatloaf Muffins to our menu.

  113. Shirley P says:

    Honey Garlic Turkey Casserole looks delicious

  114. Diane To says:

    TURKEY SAUSAGES, TOMATOES AND ASPARAGUS GRILLED PIZ sounds good

  115. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    My grandkids love CHIPOTLE LIME TURKEY TACOS so these would go down well.

  116. Lester C says:

    Egg Muffuletta Sandwich

  117. Clifford Perkins says:

    I wouldn’t mind trying the Turkey Apple Meatball Muffins with my kids for lunch.

  118. JoKing says:

    My favourite tip is batch cooking. Saves time and money!

  119. JoKing says:

    The apple turkey sausage rolls will be a big hit.

  120. Silvia D says:

    Big-Crunch Oven-Baked Turkey Tenders would be a requested recipe over and over!

  121. Kristi says:

    I love batch cooking! It really makes things so much easier.

  122. Kristi says:

    The Turkey Meatloaf Muffins would be great!

  123. Calvin says:

    Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters are quite convenient to make.

  124. Barbara Hall says:

    Batch It! is the best tip for me.

  125. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    I think Egg Studded Pizza would be fun to try

  126. Linda says:

    I like the safe food handling tips. They’re great for helping to prepare meals for my kids.

  127. Angie Andrews says:

    I’d make the EASY TURKEY MEATBALL MEAL STARTERS

  128. Shirley P says:

    Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps looks delicious

  129. JoKing says:

    Spiced Fried Turkey Nuggets

  130. Diane To says:

    THAI TURKEY LETTUCE WRAPS yum

  131. Silvia D says:

    Turkey Meatloaf Muffins would be a tasty recipe for our back to school menu!

  132. Mishelle G says:

    I like that there are recipes that let you batch cook – I find if I can do that on sunday and not have to worry for the whole week…. Easier mornings.

    Mishelle

  133. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    My grandkids would enjoy TEX-MEX TASTY TURKEY MEATLOAF

  134. Marina M. says:

    I would love to try MACARONI AND CHEESE WITH MEDITERRANEAN TURKEY SAUSAGE

  135. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add the recipe Honey Breaded Turkey Cutlets to our menu.

  136. Shirley O says:

    The Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos would be great to add to the back to school menu.

  137. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey Apple Cheddar Patty Melts sounds really good

  138. Calvin says:

    Egg Studded Pizza, is a tasty bizarre combo!

  139. Shirley P says:

    Turkey Meatloaf Muffins look good

  140. Diane To says:

    TURKEY MEATBALLS AND GREENS WITH ORECCHIETTE PASTA

  141. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    BIG-CRUNCH OVEN-BAKED TURKEY TENDERS would be something my grandkids would enjoy.

  142. Caitlin Herring says:

    My favourite tip is to batch it, its always nice having more than enough to make the week less stressful and to keep everyone fed quickly and easily.

  143. Grandma’s Turkey Stuffed Mini Buns, great for kids.

  144. Ron says:

    The Italian Turkey Stuffed Manicotti would be perfect.

  145. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Cranberry Chipotle Turkey Sausage Tacos to our menu.

  146. Kristi says:

    I think that the Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta would be great for lunches!

  147. Wendy Jensen says:

    Keep it Simple is my favorite tip.

  148. JoKing says:

    Sweet and sour turkey meatballs.

  149. hmrcarlson says:

    I try to batch cook whenever I can.

  150. hmrcarlson says:

    TURKEY SWEET POTATO BURRITOS!

  151. Shirley O says:

    The Big-Crunch Oven-Baked Turkey Tenders would make a great after school snack.

  152. My favourite tip is to keep it simple!

  153. l p says:

    Keep it Simple. thanks

  154. calvin says:

    Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers are quite interesting.

  155. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Open-Faced Turkey Sandwiches (Using Leftover Turkey) is a favorite

  156. Valerie Gibson says:

    My favourite tip is to “Batch it!”

  157. Diane To says:

    GRILLED HARISSA TURKEY FLATBREAD WITH RED PEPPER JELLY

  158. Shirley P says:

    Turkey Sausages, Tomatoes and Asparagus Grilled Pizza looks good

  159. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    CRANBERRY CHIPOTLE TURKEY SAUSAGE TACOS, yummy ๐Ÿ™‚

  160. Silvia D says:

    a tasty dinner for the kids and adults for back to school meals would be …Stuffed Turkey Rolls with Pasta Sauce

  161. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add the Family-Style Grilled Turkey Taco Bar to our menu.

  162. That Turkey Grilled Cheese looks awesome.

  163. Clifford Perkins says:

    My son loves subs, so Jerky Turkey Meatball Subs would be good.

  164. Ron says:

    I’ll be trying the Crispy Cornmeal Turkey Calzone.

  165. Erin N says:

    The Honey Breaded Turkey Cutlets sounds delish!

  166. Kristi says:

    I would love to try the Macaroni and Cheese with Mediterranean Turkey Sausage.

  167. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Leftover Smoked Turkey Mac and Cheese with Bacon would be loved

  168. Donna L. says:

    I’d add the Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta.

  169. Calvin says:

    Italian Turkey Stuffed Manicotti sounds neat!

  170. Angie Andrews says:

    the BIG-CRUNCH OVEN-BAKED TURKEY TENDERS looks great

  171. Shirley P says:

    Grab and Go Turkey Muffins look delicious for lunches and snacks

  172. Shirley O says:

    The Turkey Meatloaf Muffins looks delicious.

  173. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    TURKEY MEATLOAF MUFFINS would be good at lunch time

  174. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    Would make Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters

  175. Dianne G. says:

    I would add Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers to our menu.

  176. My husband and kids love burritos, the turkey sweet potato burritos would be a hit.

  177. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey Quesadillas sound delicious

  178. Donna L. says:

    I’d try the Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps .

  179. CAlvin says:

    Penne Mini Meatball Bake sounds really nice.

  180. Angie Andrews says:

    TURKEY MEATLOAF MUFFINS

  181. Suzie B says:

    The Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos sound wonderful

  182. Shirley P says:

    Crispy Cornmeal Turkey Calzone looks delicious

  183. Dianne G. says:

    Turkey Grilled Cheese would be great to add to our menu for a busy evening.

  184. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    TURKEY GRILLED CHEESE would go down a treat here. ๐Ÿ™‚

  185. Erin N says:

    The Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters sound perfect!

  186. Silvia D says:

    Grandma’s Turkey-Stuffed Mini-buns would be a tasty meal to add to our back to school menu

  187. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    My favorite tip is Keep It Simple. Perfect types of meals for busy days.

  188. Kristi says:

    Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers would be great to try!

  189. calvin says:

    Cranberry Chipotle Turkey Sausage Tacos is nice!

  190. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    The Tzatziki Turkey Cucumber & Cream Cheese Sandwich would be a hit

  191. Donna L. says:

    I’d try the Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps.

  192. Shirley P says:

    Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta

  193. Sandra McG says:

    sweet and sour turkey meat balls

  194. Erin N says:

    I can’t wait to make the Spiced Fried Turkey Nuggets recipe!

  195. Ron says:

    I would like to try the Penne Mini Meatball Bake.

  196. The Batch Turkey Meatballs for me.

  197. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    GRANDMA’S TURKEY-STUFFED MINI-BUNS would be something all kids would love.

  198. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Crispy Cornmeal Turkey Calzones to our menu.

  199. Marlene V says:

    I like this tip: Add turkey to your favourite dishes for an instant protein boost

  200. Nicole Jubleew says:

    Batch cooking is my favourite tip. I try to prepare meals in advance to help get dinner on the table quickly.

  201. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Spanish Turkey Sloppy Josรฉ looks delicious

  202. Donna L. says:

    I’d try the Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos.

  203. Angie Andrews says:

    THAI TURKEY LETTUCE WRAPS would be good

  204. Suzie B says:

    The Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos sound wonderful to add in!

  205. krisha4444 says:

    Penne Mini Meatball Bake

  206. Diane To says:

    THAI TURKEY LETTUCE WRAPS sounds delish

  207. Shirley P says:

    Baked Turkey Cheddar Ranch Pull-Apart Sliders look good

  208. Lester C says:

    Turkey Sausages, Tomatoes and Asparagus Grilled Pizza looks good.

  209. JoKing says:

    The Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters

  210. JoKing says:

    The Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters

  211. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    TURKEY SAUSAGES, TOMATOES AND ASPARAGUS GRILLED PIZZA is another great recipe that would appeal to my grandkids.

  212. Erin N says:

    I know the Turkey Grilled Cheese would be a hit in our home!

  213. Sandra McG says:

    turkey meatloaf muffins would be great to add to lunch boxed!

  214. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Slow Cooker Turkey Pizza Pasta to our menu.

  215. Calvin says:

    Baked Turkey Cheddar Ranch Pull-Apart Sliders would be a something my parents would like.

  216. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Best Ever Turkey Chili is delicious

  217. Donna L. says:

    I’d try the Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta.

  218. Angie Andrews says:

    MACARONI AND CHEESE WITH MEDITERRANEAN TURKEY SAUSAGE

  219. Dianne G. says:

    I would add Turkey Sloppy Joe Sliders to our menu.

  220. krisha4444 says:

    Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta

  221. JoKing says:

    Turkey apple meatloaf muffins.

  222. Diane To says:

    BIG-CRUNCH OVEN-BAKED TURKEY TENDERS yes pls

  223. Sandra McG says:

    turkey sloppy joe sliders sounds like it would be a hit with the kids!

  224. Shirley P says:

    Smoked Turkey Wraps look good

  225. Grace S. says:

    I like the cooking ahead and freezing it so you have it on hand when you need it. That would likely work with the tenders too so they would be thawed and ready at lunch time.

  226. Kristi says:

    I would make the Turkey Sweet Potato Burritos!

  227. Calvin says:

    Honey Breaded Turkey Cutlets sounds like a well textured protein source.

  228. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    The Club Omelette would be loved

  229. Donna L. says:

    The Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos sound like a good recipe.

  230. I like the KEEP IT SIMPLE tip to cook turkey ahead of time and freeze.

  231. Suzie B says:

    The Italian Turkey Stuffed Manicotti sounds like it would be a family fav

  232. Diane To says:

    TURKEY MEATLOAF MUFFINS

  233. JoKing says:

    The Turkey Parm Smashburgers sound awesome!

  234. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Today it would be ITALIAN TURKEY STUFFED MANICOTTI .

  235. Macaroni and Cheese with Mediterranean Sausage.

  236. Shirley P says:

    Macaroni and Cheese with Mediterranean Turkey Sausage looks good

  237. Dianne G. says:

    Apple-Turkey Sausage Rolls would be a nice addition to our menu.

  238. Calvin says:

    Crispy Cornmeal Turkey Calzone
    .. still something I want to attempt to make.

  239. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey Apple Meatloaf Muffins

  240. Donna L. says:

    I would try the Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters.

  241. Suzie B says:

    The Apple Mac and Cheese Bake sounds interesting!

  242. Shirley P says:

    Thi Turkey lettuce wraps look good

  243. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    Today we’re going to enjoy ITALIAN TURKEY STUFFED MANICOTTI .

  244. Diane To says:

    SWEET AND SOUR TURKEY MEAT BALLS

  245. Nancy says:

    My fave tip is making batch cooking to freeze.

  246. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Turkey and Cranberry Sandwich Spread to our lunch menu. It would be a nice change from the usual sandwiches.

  247. The Slow Cooker Turkey Pizza Pasta looks so good.

  248. Kristi says:

    I want to make the Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps!

  249. Calvin says:

    Quick & Tasty Honey Lemon Rosemary Turkey Tenders sounds nice and easy to make.

  250. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Fried Turkey is a hit in my house

  251. Donna L. says:

    I would make the Big-Crunch Oven-Baked Turkey Tenders.

  252. Angie Andrews says:

    SLOW COOKER TURKEY PIZZA PASTA

  253. Suzie B says:

    The Thai turkey wraps sound wonderful!

  254. Sandra McG says:

    GOOD MORNING CASSEROLE looks good….lots of yum looking recipes!

  255. Shirley P says:

    Italian Turkey Stuffed Manicotti look delicious

  256. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    My slow cooker is my favourite for cooking (apart from the hungry making aroma all day long) so SLOW COOKER TURKEY PIZZA PASTA would be ideal for any busy day.

  257. Ron says:

    I would make the Macaroni and Cheese with Mediterranean Turkey Sausage.

  258. Kristi says:

    I want to make the Turkey Grilled Cheese.

  259. Dianne G. says:

    I would add Tortilla Pizza Melt to our menu.

  260. Calvin says:

    Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers sounds great!

  261. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Honey Garlic Turkey Casserole would be great

  262. Donna L. says:

    I’d make the Turkey Sausages, Tomatoes and Asparagus Grilled Pizza .

  263. Angie Andrews says:

    SWEET AND SOUR TURKEY MEAT BALLS would be good

  264. Shirley P says:

    Slow Cooker Turkey Pizza Pasta looks delicious

  265. Suzie B says:

    The Sweet and Sour Turkey Meat Balls sound like they would be a family hit

  266. Sandra McG says:

    Tortilla Pizza Melt sounds yum!!

  267. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    CRISPY CORNMEAL TURKEY CALZONE would be on our menu, though I did have to look up what a calzone is. It’s an Italian oven-baked folded pizza, kids will love it ๐Ÿ™‚

  268. Diane To says:

    TURKEY MEATBALLS AND GREENS WITH ORECCHIETTE PASTA looks bomb.

  269. Dianne G. says:

    I would add Smoked Turkey Wraps to our menu

  270. Kristi says:

    I want to make the Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta.

  271. Donna L. says:

    I would make the Turkey Meatloaf Muffins.

  272. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Sky-High Veggie Packed Turkey Nachos would be great at parties and for snacks

  273. Angie Andrews says:

    MAKE-AHEAD CREAMY TURKEY MAC AND CHEESE

  274. Shirley P says:

    Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers look delicious

  275. krisha4444 says:

    Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps

  276. Diane To says:

    MACARONI AND CHEESE WITH MEDITERRANEAN TURKEY SAUSAGE would be great to make

  277. Lester C says:

    Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta yes pls

  278. Erin N says:

    I also want to try the Turkey Sweet Potato Burritos recipe!

  279. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    HONEY BREADED TURKEY CUTLETS would go down a treat with my grandkids.

  280. Kristi says:

    I would make the Grandma’s Turkey-Stuffed Mini-buns for lunches.

  281. Calvin says:

    Penne Mini Meatball Bake is one I have not yet tried before!

  282. Donna L. says:

    The Macaroni and Cheese with Mediterranean Turkey Sausage sounds good.

  283. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Stuffed Turkey Rolls with Pasta Sauce sounds delicious

  284. Angie Andrews says:

    LEMON ROSEMARY TURKEY FINGERS would be good

  285. Suzie B says:

    Id love to add the MAKE-AHEAD CREAMY TURKEY MAC AND CHEESE to my dining list!

  286. Precilla N. says:

    My favourite tip is Keep It Simple! It can save a lot of time

  287. JoKing says:

    YUM make ahead turkey mac & cheese!

  288. Diane To says:

    EASY TURKEY MEATBALL MEAL STARTERS

  289. The ITALIAN TURKEY STUFFED MANICOTTI

  290. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I believe we’d all love LEMON ROSEMARY TURKEY FINGERS for supper.

  291. Shirley P says:

    Crispy Cornmeal Turkey Calzone look good

  292. Dianne G. says:

    Italian Turkey and Spinach Pie looks like a recipe we should add to our menu.

  293. Clifford Perkins says:

    I know my family would love the Turkey Sloppy Joe Sliders.

  294. Amy Parsons says:

    Im so trying the turkey fingers ๐Ÿคค

  295. Calvin says:

    Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers looks aromatic !

  296. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Grab and Go Turkey Muffins would be a great breakfast for school days

  297. Donna L. says:

    Turkey Grilled Cheese looks delicious.

  298. Angie Andrews says:

    GRAB AND GO TURKEY MUFFINS

  299. Sandra McG says:

    Turkey Meatloaf muffins willb e great for the lunchbox

  300. Shirley P says:

    Tortilla Pizza Melt look easy to make and delicious

  301. Diane To says:

    MACARONI AND CHEESE WITH MEDITERRANEAN TURKEY SAUSAGE sounds great.

  302. Clifford Perkins says:

    I think the Batch Turkey Meatballs look so good.

  303. Lester C says:

    Sweet and Sour Turkey Meat Balls yes pls

  304. Kristi says:

    I want to make the Turkey Burger Mac ‘n Cheese.

  305. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    The PENNE MINI MEATBALL BAKE sounds good doesn’t it?

  306. Dianne G. says:

    I would love to add Stuffed Turkey Rolls with Pasta Sauce to our menu.

  307. I made the Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps and they are really tasty and healthy.

  308. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey Sloppy Joe Sliders sounds really good

  309. Donna L. says:

    I’d try the Turkey Bacon and Egg Breakfast Cups .

  310. Angie Andrews says:

    TURKEY BACON AND EGG BREAKFAST CUPS look yummy

  311. Suzie B says:

    I love the Baked Turkey Cheddar Ranch Pull-Apart Sliders

  312. Diane To says:

    CHIPOTLE LIME TURKEY TACOS sounds amazing!

  313. krisha4444 says:

    Turkey Bacon and Egg Breakfast Cups

  314. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I believe that TURKEY BURGER MAC ‘N CHEESE would be a huge success here.

  315. Lester C says:

    Turkey Bacon and Egg Breakfast Cups sounds cool to make

  316. LisaM says:

    Making up batches of things that I know everyone will eat is key!

  317. LisaM says:

    I need to use the slow cooker more! Slow Cooker Turkey Pizza Pasta

  318. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Turkey Burger Mac ‘n Cheese to the menu.

  319. Kristi says:

    I want to make the Stuffed Turkey Rolls with Pasta Sauce. They look delicious.

  320. Calvin says:

    Turkey Lettuce Wraps are divine

  321. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    The Baked Turkey Cheddar Ranch Pull-Apart Sliders look really good

  322. Donna L. says:

    I would make the Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta.

  323. Donna L. says:

    I’d make the Turkey Meatballs and Greens With Orecchiette Pasta.

  324. Angie Andrews says:

    TURKEY LETTUCE WRAPS would be good

  325. Shirley P says:

    Turkey Bacon and Egg Breakfast Cups would be nice for brunch

  326. krisha4444 says:

    Macaroni and Cheese with Mediterranean Turkey Sausage

  327. Diane To says:

    TURKEY BACON AND EGG BREAKFAST CUPS sounds delish

  328. Dianne G says:

    I would like to add the recipe Baked Turkey Cheddar Ranch Pull-Apart Sliders to our menu.

  329. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers would be great

  330. Calvin says:

    Slow Cooker Turkey Pizza Pasta very neat and tasty.

  331. Donna L. says:

    I’d make the Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps.

  332. Sandra McG says:

    turkey meatloaf muffins sound great for our family

  333. Suzie B says:

    I will be adding the TURKEY QUESADILLAS to our menu

  334. Shirley P says:

    Turkey Sweet Potato Burrito looks very tasty

  335. Dianne G says:

    I would add Tzatziki Turkey Cucumber & Cream Cheese Sandwich to the menu.

  336. Ron says:

    The Turkey Meatloaf Muffins would be great for lunches.

  337. Brenda says:

    Batch cooking!

  338. Kristi says:

    I want to try the Honey Breaded Turkey Cutlets!

  339. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    TURKEY AND CRANBERRY SANDWICH SPREAD, one that I’d definitely love.

  340. Calvin says:

    Baked Turkey Cheddar Ranch Pull-Apart Sliders sounds ok

  341. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Fried Turkey is delicious

  342. Donna L. says:

    I’d make the Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos.

  343. Angie Andrews says:

    breakfast with TURKEY BACON AND EGG BREAKFAST CUPS sounds yummy

  344. Suzie B says:

    The deep fried baos sound awesome!

  345. Shirley P says:

    Shredded Turkey Tacos look tasty

  346. Diane T says:

    BIG-CRUNCH OVEN-BAKED TURKEY TENDERS would be a fave.

  347. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    BAKED TURKEY CHEDDAR RANCH PULL-APART SLIDERS would be very popular here

  348. Jan says:

    I agree with the tip to make big batches to freeze

  349. jan says:

    I would really like to try the FLORENTINE TURKEY BURGERS and I am sure the leftovers would be great in a lunch

  350. Mary Gaudet says:

    Batch cooking is my favourite tip to make things easier.

  351. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Spanish Turkey Sloppy Josรฉ to our menu.

  352. Calvin says:

    Honey Breaded Turkey Cutlets are great.

  353. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Honey Breaded Turkey Cutlets would be great

  354. Donna L. says:

    I’d make the Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos .

  355. Angie Andrews says:

    TURKEY SAUSAGES, TOMATOES AND ASPARAGUS GRILLED PIZZA

  356. Sandra McG says:

    Big Crunch Oven Baked Turkey Tenders is something that the whole family would love!

  357. Suzie B says:

    The CHIPOTLE LIME TURKEY TACOS would be a big hit!

  358. Shirley P says:

    Porcupine Meat Balls look delicious

  359. Clifford Perkins says:

    Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers would be great for lunches.

  360. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    Thanks . Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos is a recipe I will be trying

  361. Diane T says:

    CRANBERRY CHIPOTLE TURKEY SAUSAGE TACOS

  362. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    The FRIED TURKEY TURKEY SLOPPY JOE SLIDERS will be added to our menu.

  363. Ron says:

    The Tex-Mex Tasty Turkey Meatloaf would be good.

  364. Kristi says:

    The Family-Style Grilled Turkey Taco Bar! Yum.

  365. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add the recipe for Turkey Bagel Burgers to our menu.

  366. Chipotle Lime Turkey Tacos would be a huge hit for lunch.

  367. Calvin says:

    Turkey Sloppy Joe Sliders are wonderful.

  368. Donna L. says:

    I’d try the Turkey Sausages, Tomatoes and Asparagus Grilled Pizza.

  369. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Turkey Lasagna with Ricotta and Basil is a great meal

  370. Angie Andrews says:

    TURKEY LETTUCE WRAPS

  371. Suzie B says:

    The TURKEY KATSU SANDO recipe sounds awesome

  372. Sandra McG says:

    HONEY BREADED TURKEY CUTLETS I think could be a family fav!!

  373. Diane T says:

    TURKEY GRILLED CHEESE sounds bomb

  374. JoKing says:

    Thai turkey lettuce wraps

  375. Lester C says:

    Turkey Bacon and Egg Breakfast Cups looks good.

  376. Shirley O says:

    The Macaroni and Cheese with Mediterranean Turkey Sausage looks delicious.

  377. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    Like to try Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starter

  378. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    CREAMY TURKEY STEW IN A BREAD BOWL would certainly be a hit here.

  379. Shirley says:

    Mini Pizza Meatloaves look delicious

  380. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Crispy Cornmeal Turkey Calzone to our menu.

  381. Kristi says:

    I would like to make the Italian Turkey Stuffed Manicotti.

  382. Calvin says:

    Fried Turkey… sticking with the classic.

  383. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    I think Lemon Rosemary Turkey Fingers would make a great lunch

  384. Donna L. says:

    I’d make the Turkey Sausages, Tomatoes and Asparagus Grilled Pizza.

  385. Suzie B says:

    The Turkey Sweet Potato Burrito sounds really tasty

  386. Shirley P says:

    Jerky Turkey Meatball Sub would be nice to try

  387. Sandra McG says:

    we all love tacos at our house so I think that chipotle lime turkey tacos is something we would all enjoy

  388. JoKing says:

    Smoked turkey wraps

  389. l p says:

    Turkey Sausages, Tomatoes and Asparagus Grilled Pizza
    thanks

  390. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    Thanks . Thai Turkey Lettuce Wraps look good

  391. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Egg Muffuletta Sandwich to our menu.

  392. Slow Cooker Turkey Pizza Pasta would become a bit hit.

  393. Calvin says:

    Stuffed Turkey Rolls with Pasta Sauce is quite nice and simple.

  394. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Slow Cooker Turkey Pizza Pasta would be a favorite

  395. Donna L. says:

    I’d make Macaroni and Cheese with Mediterranean Turkey Sausage.

  396. Angie Andrews says:

    ITALIAN TURKEY STUFFED MANICOTTI would be good

  397. krisha4444 says:

    Big-Crunch Oven-Baked Turkey Tenders

  398. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    Thanks . I will be adding the Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters to the menu

  399. LisaM says:

    Today it’s a Turkey Burger Mac ‘n Cheese kind of day

  400. Kristi says:

    The Italian Turkey and Spinach Pie would be great for meals.

  401. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I could eat a TZATZIKI TURKEY CUCUMBER & CREAM CHEESE SANDWICH right now, love tzatzki.

  402. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Crispy Buttermilk Turkey Fingers to our menu.

  403. I am sure the Crispy Buttermilk Turkey Fingers would go down a real treat for the kids.

  404. Clifford Perkins says:

    We all love lasagna so Turkey Lasagna would be awesome for the family and healthy.

  405. Ron says:

    The Sweet and Sour Turkey Cabbage Rolls sound amazing.

  406. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    Italian Turkey Stuffed Manicotti

  407. Calvin says:

    Creamy Turkey Stew in a Bread Bowl sounds neat.. comfort food.

  408. Donna L. says:

    I’d make the Turkey Chili with Dark Ale.

  409. Angie Andrews says:

    I’m sure the kids would love the TURKEY LASAGNA

  410. Shirley P says:

    Sweet and Sour Turkey Cabbage Rolls look good

  411. Diane T says:

    TURKEY CHILI WITH DARK ALE

  412. krisha4444 says:

    Sweet and Sour Turkey Cabbage Rolls

  413. Trevor Lackey says:

    I like the batch cooking tip. Can’t go wrong there.

  414. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    HONEY GARLIC TURKEY CASSEROLE would be something I’d enjoy so that’s on the menu. ๐Ÿ™‚

  415. JoKing says:

    Crispy Buttermilk Turkey Fingers

  416. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    Will try Easy Turkey Meatball Meal Starters

  417. Clifford Perkins says:

    I love Italian food so the Italian Turkey Stuffed Manicotti sounds very good to me.

  418. Dianne G. says:

    I would like to add Sweet and Sour Turkey Cabbage Rolls to our menu.

  419. I looked at this recipe of Turkey Chili with Dark Ale and I love all the ingredients. I will be making this chili recipe for sure.

  420. Kristi says:

    The Turkey Lasagna would be a hit ๐Ÿ™‚

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