19 oz of ground turkey, the can of whole berry cranberry sauce, a box of turkey flavored stuffing (already had in the pantry), and my favorite mixing bowl.
I mixed it all up - no other seasonings or anything else went in - just these 3 ingredients. It was looking kind of nasty as I mixed it together, honestly.... I was really hoping this would turn out okay!
Then I started making patties. This made 10 good sized burgers for me!
I separated the layers of burgers with foil and then put them in a gallon size freezer bag. They are in the freezer for dinner one night next week. (I kept one out for me to cook for dinner tonight though!)
I cooked mine in the oven rather than frying it on the stove. I usually serve our burgers on those thin sandwich rounds that are whole grain because they are healthier than those white buns from the bakery. Tonight I used a 100 calorie (toasted) english muffin for my bun since that is the bread I've got out now. (I usually take one package out of the freezer each week!)
It will make for an inexpensive dinner when I decide to serve these burgers too - I have the bread in my freezer from a previous sale (under $1), the ground turkey was $2.99, the cranberry sauce was $1, the stuffing was from a previous sale - $1, and the Ken's honey mustard was from a previous sale - under $1. That makes 10 (counting mine tonight) flavorful burgers for under $8 including buns and sauce! One delicious, smart meal! If you decide to try this, let me know what you think! I may try this as a meatloaf soon, too - wouldn't that be amazing?
What are your favorite flavors of Thanksgiving? Leave me a comment!!