This recipe is a healthy take on a comfort food favourite. With whole vegetables providing fibre, minerals and vitamins and lean ground turkey for protein, it's a crowd pleaser. This recipe is a food prep Sunday must as it stores in the fridge up to a week for lunches, or freezes well for a nutrient dense last minute meal idea
Adapted from recipe by William Davis MD.
** This recipe can also be made in a slow cooker! Cook turkey over medium-high
heat and pour off any fat. Add to crock pot with all the other ingredients
(except the cheese) and cook on high for 2-4 hours or low for 6-8 hours.
Kate graduated from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in 2010. As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Sports Nutrition Expert she is passionate about helping people on their journey to health. Kate recognizes that there is no one-size- fits-all approach to wellbeing. She uses education, lifestyle assessment and meal planning to create a personalized approach to help her clients achieve their goals.
As a marathon and trail runner, Kate understands first hand the important correlation between food and performance, and works with clients to support digestion, optimal energy and recovery. She is a certified Sigvaris fitter and is currently enrolled in the Health and Fitness Promotion Program at Algonquin College. Kate has special interest in digestive health, weight loss, energy and sports nutrition.
Call: 613-695-5405 to book an appointment with Kate.
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