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Easy Pleasing Meatloaf

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This BBQ meatloaf recipe really is easy—and we have the video to prove it! Note: We're especially proud of the prep technique that makes cleanup a breeze.
10 min
1 hr 10 min
8 servings
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I have made this recipe several times. My family loves this meatloaf! This time I used ground turkey instead of ground beef and it was just as delicious! We usually always use either ketchup or barbegue sauce as a dipping sauce too with the meatloaf.
Everyone enjoyed this. Used 3 pounds of meat with no problem - I feed hungry teenage grandchildren. Baking the meatloaf on a broiler pan gives it a nice crust all the way around and the fat drains off. This really works well if you use 85% lean. You can also spread the bbq sauce or ketchup on the sides this way.
I make mine with truckey
So easy and soooo good! I use STOVE TOP pork stuffing instead. Also, I crush the stuffing up. My husband hates his mothers meatloaf because she uses oats. Now he looooves mine! ;)
While this was really moist, it was so very bland. It needed onions and more sauce cooked in. I think I'll stick with the traditional recipe.
A good base recipe, the second time I made it I added a package of McCormick's meatloaf seasoning because it was really bland without. Also, couldn't taste the barbecue on top, so for the second time I used a ketchup/brown sugar glaze with 20 minutes left to cook.
Replaced barbecue sauce with tomato sauce.
My husband made this recipe. He used 1/2 cup milk and 1/2 cup V 8 juice in place of the water. He puts the meatloaf in a roastinf pan and adds about an inch of water, covers it and lets it cook. In the meantime we cut up potatoes and carrots and add to the pan about 30 to 45 minutes prior to finish. The water plus the moistness of the meatloaf makes a wonderful gravy that he thickens with a little wondra flour. The entire family absolutely loves it, even me and I usually do not eat meat loaf. Try it this way, it is delicous
The family loved this take of the typical meatloaf...really good!
I had this recipe in a Kraft Magazine from the store and I left it at my evil ex's house. I just moved into my first place and I'm so happy that I found this recipe again!!!
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