Turkey mince recipes

Turkeys aren't just for Christmas! Try one of these tasty turkey mince recipes, which are delicious and low in Points.
Published 1 June 2022 | Updated 24 August 2023
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Lean turkey mince can be a great addition to a healthy and balanced diet. Use turkey mince to make burgers, curries, Bolognese, meatballs and more. As well as being a lean, low-fat meat, it's budget-friendly and quick to cook. Turkey breast mince is also a ZeroPoint food on the WeightWatchers program meaning you don't have to track it.

It is packed with essential nutrients that can provide numerous health benefits. Turkey mince is an good source of protein, which is essential for building and repairing muscle tissues in the body. It can help you to feel fuller for longer, which can assist someone's weight loss goals. Compared to other types of meat, lean turkey mince is lower in fat, particularly saturated fat. It's also packed with essential vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin B6, niacin, selenium, and zinc. These nutrients are important for maintaining a healthy immune system, supporting healthy brain function, and regulating metabolism. So for a healthy choice, factor it into your weekly meal plan – just use it in place of chicken.



Boneless and skinless turkey breast, including fresh, frozen, chilled, raw, and cooked varieties, as long as there are no additional ingredients with Points values, are on the ZeroPoint list. Mince meat made of 100% turkey breast are also included.

Poultry that contains additives or skin; other parts of turkey (i.e. thigh or wing); and deli-sliced turkey breast are not on the ZeroPoint list.

Poultry is included as a ZeroPoint food group because it’s an excellent source of lean protein and is nutrient-dense, providing key vitamins and minerals. Protein can help you feel fuller longer and plays an important role in bone and muscle health.