Single Serving French Onion Soup Bake

Anyone else a fan of French onion soup??

I have the real stuff about once a year… on my birthday! With competitions & macro tracking all that cheesy, bready goodness isn’t easy to macro in.

Enter this single serving version, made with ground turkey for a complete, high protein meal!

And yes… there’s REAL bread on top!

Single Serving French Onion Soup Bake

Recipe by EmyogifitCourse: Lunch/Dinner, Recipes
Servings

1

servings
Prep time

20

minutes
Cooking time

25

minutes
Calories

307

kcal

Ingredients

  • 50g diced sweet onion

  • 4oz 99/1 turkey (112g)

  • 1/2 cup canned French onion soup

  • 1 slice nature valley 40cal bread

  • 20g reduced fat mozzarella cheese

  • Thyme

  • Salt and pepper

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350°
  • Sauté your onion and a small pot until translucent. I sprayed the pan and the second time I made this added a bit of water to the pan. I find it helps keep the onion from burning and help them to caramelize if you’re patient and want to let them cook a long time .
  • Add your rock ground turkey and some time, about 1/2 Teaspoon and salt. Cook through
  • Well the turkey is cooking, toast the bread
  • Add the French onion soup to the pan and mix together
  • Transfer the soup mixture to a small baking dish or personal size glass bowl
  • Cut the toast, then top the ball with the toes, pressing the toes down a bit to let it soak up some liquid
  • Top with cheese!
  • Bake for about 10 minutes until the cheese is melted completely!

Notes

  • NUTRITION for whole dish- 307cal 37.1P/7.1F/28.6C

**I don’t know why I called it “nature valley” bread. Maybe I was thinking of the granola bars, but the bread is called “Nature’s Own 40 calorie Honey Wheat Bread” and you can find it at most groceries (at least when we’re not in a pandemic…)

Best bread EVER if you’re tracking macros!

I use this bread in my french toast recipe & Monte Cristo crunch wrap recipe too!

The original recipe is from @haleynicolefit & can be found here. It’s a casserole version if you need to serve a whole family!

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