Turkey Burgers

30 Minutes

super easy


When it comes to burgers, there’s nothing quite like biting into a juicy and delicious patty made with turkey. Not only are turkey burgers a healthier option compared to their beef counterparts, but they’re also incredibly versatile and can be customized to your liking. Whether you’re a fan of classic toppings like lettuce, tomato, and pickles or more adventurous ones like avocado or salsa, turkey burgers can satisfy any craving. Plus, they’re easy to cook and perfect for a quick weeknight dinner or a summer barbecue with friends. With their irresistible flavor and lighter profile, it’s no wonder they are becoming a staple in many households.

So let’s talk turkey (burgers, that is). You might think of turkey burgers as a healthier alternative to the classic beef burger, but did you know that they’re also loaded with benefits? First off, they are lower in fat and calories than their beefy counterparts, making them a great option if you’re watching your weight. Plus, turkey is packed with protein, which is essential for building and maintaining muscle. But perhaps one of the best things about them is their versatility – you can spice them up with all sorts of herbs and flavors, making them perfect for any taste preference. So next time you’re looking for a burger fix, why not give turkey a try? Your taste buds (and your waistline) will thank you.

Why You’ll Love It 

One of the biggest benefits of turkey burgers is that they contain high levels of protein, which is important for building muscle and aiding in weight loss. And let’s not forget about the taste.

Turkey burgers are juicy, flavorful, and can be easily customized to your liking with various toppings and seasonings.

Not only are they lower in fat, but they’re also rich in nutrients that are essential for maintaining a balanced diet.

Recipe Cost Breakdown

      Organic pasture raised lean ground turkey: $9.99

      Package of frozen spinach, thawed and drained: $1.28

      ½ white onion, diced: $0.73

      Total Cost: $12

What You’ll Need

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Organic pasture raised lean ground turkey
Package of frozen spinach, thawed and drained
½ white onion, diced
Salt and pepper, to taste
Extra virgin olive oil, for cooking

Nutritional Information

329 Calories
31 g Total Fat
1 g Net Carbs
12 g Protein
79 mg Sodium



Remove lean ground turkey from fridge or freezer, brining it to room temperature.
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Thaw and drain the spinach, squeezing as much water from the spinach as you can.
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Chop onion into small bit size pieces.
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In a large bowl, mix the spinach (thawed and drained) and onion together.
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Add in lean ground turkey, salt and pepper. Mix evenly with your hands.
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Form the meat into small patties, packing them tight like a snowball.
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Heat medium size pan, pour olive oil and cook evenly on both sides (roughly 5 minutes each).
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