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Easy Pleasing Meatloaves

Easy Pleasing Meatloaves recipe
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Even beginners will find these meatloaves easy to make. Bonus: smaller loaves cut the oven time to just 40 minutes.
10 min
40 min
8 servings, one half meatloaf each
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My family loved this meatloaf. The stovetop gives it a unique flavor. It was so simple to make and so good.
This is the most savory meatloafs I have ever eaten. I shared this recipe with as many of my friends as possible.
I made large burgers out of the meatloaf and put it on the grill. excellent
This meatloaf is very delicious and easy to prepare. I used Hickory flavored BBQ sauce instead of original sauce and it really tasted great. Also, I added extra sauce to the top of each meatloaf which helped to add more flavor.
I found this recipe to be delicious, and quick and easy. I made the recipe into one loaf in a loaf pan and found it worked just as well. Yummy!
My entire family loved it. From my husband to the kids to my mom and even grandma. It was a hit. I followed the recipe to the T Thank you very much Kraft..!!
This was quick & easy and my family loved it. My 7 year old son ate three servings!
I don't like meatloaf. In 37+ years of marriage, I think I can count the number of times I've made meatloaf on one hand. But, my husband really likes it, and, for some reason, this recipe intrigued me. Perhaps what got me thinking about making "Easy Pleasing Meatloaves" for dinner a couple of nights ago was its apparent ease of preparation and the simplicity of its ingredients, which included one of my favorites--Stovetop Stuffing mix. Or, perhaps it reminded me of the stuffed peppers made by our houseguest, a young man from Vladivostok in the Russian Far East who, along with my son who'd met him during his three years there as a Peace Corps Volunteer, prepared an amazing traditional Russian New Year's dinner for my husband and me and several of our friends. Whatever the reason, prepare it I did, substituting ground turkey for the beef, and it was worth it. It was wonderful. Of course, the recipe makes enough for several folks and there's only me and my husband at home now. So
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