Healthy Greek Gyro Recipe for Kids
Whether you are a fan of Greek food or not, these healthy Greek gyros are delicious and could easily take up a spot on your family’s regular dinner rotation. You can put a Greek spin on them by serving them with a tzatziki (cucumber) sauce and pita bread, or you can serve it alone or with mayonnaise on a sandwich. And for cooking, you can bake it like a meatloaf, or for quicker cooking, the turkey mixture divides perfectly into twelve muffin cups.
Some kids like to enjoy this dish as a “turkey meatloaf” muffin or sliced in a pita with mayonnaise, and others enjoy it as a Greek salad. We cut the meat into bite-sized pieces, add some torn fresh spinach, feta, and cherry tomatoes, then top it with the tzatziki sauce.
And what could make these Healthy Greek Gyros, made with lean ground turkey and spinach, even more appealing? You can mix all of the ingredients for the meat mixture and freeze it to defrost and cook on another night. So when you have plenty of time to assemble meals, add this one to the list. When you’d like to serve the gyros, take the mixture out of the freezer two to three days prior so that it can defrost.
Video: How to make Greek Tzatziki Sauce | Akis Kitchen
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