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Slow-Cooker Cheeseburger Meatloaf

Slow-Cooker Cheeseburger Meatloaf recipe
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As if meatloaf didn’t have enough going for it, our slow-cooker version has stuffing mix and cheese for even bigger flavor—and cooks while you work!
15 min
4 hr 15 min
8 servings
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The meatloaf was good ... but not worth making again. The oven baked style of meatloaf is still the one to go with.
This was really delicious, I followed the recipe but used Dijon mustard and I cooked it in the oven instead of the slow cooker. It was still really moist and my family loved it. I served it with bacon cheddar mashed potatoes also from Kraft.
My husband and I really liked the flavor of this meatloaf. Will be keeping this recipe to make in the future!
My family loved this! They always loved the meatloaf I made for many years in the past, but they all agreed this is far better!
Made it last night and the whole family loved it. It was the first time my husband went back for seconds. I will definitly be making this recipe again
I prefer BBQ sauce than mustard and ketchup.
Very moist with a lot of flavor. First time I made this recipe as directed, second time I substituted savory herb stuffing mix for the chicken. Both were very good. Makes delicious sandwiches. Thanks Kraft!
I loved this recipe! I just made it following the directions exactly, and it came out perfect. I thought the chicken stuffing would be odd, but it was super moist, and definitely something I'd make for company!
WE LOVE THIS MEATLOAF! I did make a few changes...I added BBQ sauce instead of the mustard & ketchup as suggested by another reviewer. Also, I baked this meatloaf in the oven at 350 for one hour because I decided on this for dinner too late to get it started in time for the slow-cooker. I took it out of the oven, put the cheese on top, and covered it with a tent of foil to melt the cheese. TOTALLY YUMMY!! A KEEPER!
Loved this. Made it a complete meal in the crockpot by putting baby carrots in the bottom the crockpot, and cut up, chunked potatoes around the edges after lowering the meatloaf into the crockpot! Also, spray Pam on the foil (one reader commented that it stuck) and it will release easily. Love this recipe, spiced it up some to suit our family, but very easy to pop in before leaving and loved smelling in when walking in the door later and didn't have to make any extras on top of the stove. Also made biscuits to serve with it.
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