I use lean ground turkey, a clove of garlic minced & ketchup. I put some frozen, carrots, spinach (whatever I have) and some frozen cauliflower puree in a food processor and chop it until its minced and then cook that in with my turkey. You can't really taste them so its a good way to get picky eater their veggies. I do that with all my cooked meat.
Wake up! Strengthen what remains! Revelation 3:2
Listen, Listen to me and eat what is good. Isaiah 55:2
Good planning... leads to prosperity. Proverbs 21:5
Like and athlete I punish my body, treating it roughly, training it to do what it should, not what it wants to. 1 Corinthians 9:27
Take the time and trouble to keep yourself spiritually fit. 1 Timothy 4:7
KETCHUP- (Heinz makes a reduced sugar variety called One Carb, comes in at 25 cal per TB)
SWEET RELISH (Mt Olive No Sugar Added sweet relish, I get it in New England made with Splenda, comes in at 0 per TB). At some point you'd need to account for it. I can't imagine a whole jar can be calorie free;)
DIJON MUSTARD- I think dijon gives it a better kick. And it's like only 5 calories or so per TBS. Check your brand
So, saute the turkey, squeeze in some ketchup, spoon on some relish and mustard then tweek it til you get the taste you want!
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