Healthy beef mince recipes
It's well known that Australians love their beef for dinner! These healthy recipes mean you can enjoy beef mince for dinner in a well-rounded meal.
These recipes incorporate beef mince with plenty of vegetables and other healthy ingredients for better nutrition.
Veggie Packed BBQ Meatloaf recipe
GET THE RECIPE: Veggie Packed BBQ Meatloaf
This fantastic beef meatloaf recipe uses lean mince meat combined with lots of finely chopped vegetables. It keeps the beef lovely and moist, and the BBQ sauce makes a super flavourful family meal.
Each serve of meatloaf has almost 1½ serves protein, so it's great for those following a high protein diet. Plus, the grated vegetables in the meatloaf means there's already a serve of vegetables in each serve of meatloaf.
Enjoy with steamed greens or a large mixed salad on the side for a balanced meal.
Healthy Beef and Lentil Bolognese
GET THE RECIPE: Healthy Beef and Lentil Bolognese
Beef Bolognese is always a recipe for success! Once again this recipe calls for lean beef mince, this time supplemented by hearty lentils.
This Bolognese calls for more veggies than usual. This not only creates a flavourful base, but ensures there's a good amount of vegetables in each serve.
It's a protein-packed recipe, each serve contains approximately half of the recommended daily protein intake.
Lasagne with Ricotta Cheese Sauce
GET THE RECIPE: Lasagne with Ricotta Cheese Sauce
This healthier beef lasagne uses ricotta cheese sauce, which tastes great and creamy and is higher in protein than béchamel.
Each serve of this lasagne has over half of your daily protein needs!
Grilled Smoky Beef Burger on a Mushroom Bun
GET THE RECIPE: Grilled Smoky Beef Burger on a Mushroom Bun
Healthy burgers for dinner? You can do it with this recipe!
This recipe is low carb, contains over three serves of vegetables and a fifth of your recommended daily dietary fibre intake. Yum!
More healthy family meals
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