Here is the recipe that I am going to try out (may get adjusted once I actually prepare the dish):
Cheesy-Broccoli with Pasta
10 oz. frozen or 1-2 heads fresh Broccoli
1 1/2 cups of a small Pasta (cooked)
5 medium carrots, cut into small 1/4 cubes
1/2 pound ground turkey
1/2 cup shredded Cheddar Cheese
First start off by steaming the vegetables, you can steam them together if you want to just mix and store everything as one. As the vegetables are steaming in a separate pot start to cooking the pasta (you could even use Israeli couscous if you would like). While both the pasta and vegetables are cooking, start the turkey by adding about 3 tablespoons of water to a frying pan, add the turkey. Break the turkey up into small pieces and cook until no longer pink.
Drain the vegetables, pasta and turkey (reserving some of the cooking liquid). Set the pasta and carrots aside. Puree the broccoli and turkey, use some of the reserved liquid to thin out the puree if you need to.
In a bowl, mix together the puree mixture along with the pasta and carrots. Add the shredded cheese into the mix. Serve, refrigerate or freeze as desired. Since there is meat in this meal, use within 1-2 days or freeze for up to 2 months.
Since I mentioned the nutritional value, I figured I should look it up and report my findings. (I did my research on Nutritiondata.com.)