5 Tasty Ways to Enjoy Turkey Anytime

December 15, 2023

Myth: Turkey is just for the holidays.

Don’t get us wrong—we still love celebrating with this classic protein. But we happen to think that turkey belongs on the table all year round.

The nutrition facts speak for themselves. Turkey is lower in fat and richer in protein than chicken. It’s also an excellent source of super important vitamins like vitamin B3, B6, and B12, which support energy production, brain function and for the formation of red blood cells. It’s even full of selenium, zinc, phosphorus and iron to support thyroid function, immunity, bone health and energy production.

Plus, we work with incredible brands to get tasty turkey options into your fridge. Take Diestel, for example—they use premium all-natural and organic turkeys from a ranch in the Northern California foothills and their process is 3rd party animal welfare certified. Pretty cool, huh?

There’s no shortage of ways to enjoy this powerhouse protein, but we’ve managed to narrow it down to a handful of our favorites below. Take a look at a few of the delicious ways to devour turkey, and add it to your next delivery.

  • Cooked + Seasoned Turkey Meatballs. These turkey meatballs are fully seasoned with classic Italian flavors, fully cooked, and gluten-free. Just heat ‘em up until they’re nicely browned and toss them on any pasta dish you’re craving.

  • Spinach + Feta Turkey Patties. A tasty lean protein with flavor built in. These juicy turkey burger patties have spinach for added leafy greens (and iron), and feta crumbles for texture and savory flavor.

  • Turkey Bacon. An all-American classic in its simplest, most delicious form. This uncured turkey bacon is nitrate-, nitrite-, antibiotic-, and sugar-free. Just pure bacon-y goodness.

  • Florentine Turkey Meatloaf. This is not your mother's meatloaf! Ground turkey, spinach, feta cheese, and savory spices join forces, then it's topped with a sweet tomato glaze. It's cooked via sous vide, which keeps it extra juicy and flavorful, so all you have to do is heat it up to enjoy a true comfort meal.

  • Hot Italian Turkey Sausage. This turkey sausage has got all the classic seasonings of Italian sausage—like plenty of fennel seeds and paprika for smoky flavor and color. Plus, it packs a spicy kick, making it a flavorful addition to soups, sandwiches, and more.

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