I love tasty savoury food.  I’m a sucker for a sausage roll or pasty.  Unfortunately, these are not very diet friendly.  My friend started slimming world a few weeks ago and she’s been making this amazing Turkey, Bacon and Egg Meatloaf.  It’s SYN free.

I’ve adapted the recipe myself and it’s a hit with all the family.  It works for lunch boxes, midday snacks and I’m sure, if you make a big enough one, it could be a dinner meal. 

I managed to get 14 tasty slices out of mine, which works out at around 105 calories per slice.  It’s certainly a tastier 105 calories than chocolate would be. 

Once it’s cooked, cooled and sliced I simply store in air tight containers in the fridge.  It’s good for a few days too, not that it lasts that long. 

Without further ado, here is the recipe for a gorgeous snack that can be adapted to suit your needs.

Turkey, Bacon & Egg Meatloaf
Yields 14
A moreish savoury snack.
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Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
1 hr 30 min
Total Time
2 hr
Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
1 hr 30 min
Total Time
2 hr
Ingredients
  1. 3 Eggs
  2. 1 Small Onion
  3. 3 Mushrooms
  4. 500g Turkey Mince
  5. 10 Rashers of Back Bacon
  6. A sprinkle of garlic powder
  7. 1 tsp Mixed Herbs
  8. A sprinkle of pepper
  9. 1 Loaf Tin
Instructions
  1. Boil the eggs to hard boiled and fry off the onions until soft. Then leave both to cool.
  2. Line the loaf tin with the bacon until covered.
  3. Mix the garlic powder, mixed herbs and pepper into the turkey mince until evenly spaced.
  4. Mix in the mushrooms and cooled fried onions.
  5. Using half of the mince mix, line the bottom of the loaf tin.
  6. Place the cooled hard boiled eggs on top of the layer of turkey mix.
  7. Cover the eggs with the remaining turkey mix.
  8. Wrap the edges of the bacon around the top and cover with any unused rashers.
  9. Cook in the oven on 180 for around 90 minutes. Ensure that the loaf tin is placed inside another pan in case of any spillages.
  10. It can be eaten warm or cold. I prefer it cooled, sliced and refrigerated to snack on when the fancy takes me.
Notes
  1. Play around with it and don't be afraid to add other tastes and flavours.
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