Quick and Easy Meatloaf
Meat loaf is a great family dinner (and makes great leftovers), but it can feel like a production to put together. That's not the case with these quick and easy meat loaf recipes that make dinner tonight a snap (and leftovers tomorrow all set!).
Meat loaf is a winter standard, but it's time to update your mother's classic recipe. Try spreading barbecue sauce on top for a little extra zing.
Purchased pesto, a biti of beer, and cheese imparts a flavor punch to ordinary meat loaf.
A blend of mushrooms and onions keeps this lightened-up Chicken Meatloaf nice and moist. Serve with mashed potates or roasted vegetables.
Think of this recipe as chili-flavored mini meatloafs. Serve with a side salad and a cornbread muffin for a delightful comfort food dinner.
Refried beans and salsa stand in for marinara sauce in this tasty Mexican Pizza recipe. Take the toppings South of the border, too, by sprinkling on corn, chopped avocado and cilantro.
Here's a delicious, quick-to-assemble alternative to German meat loaf.
Steel cut oats add moisture and nutrition to this sausage meat loaf.
Flavorful grass-fed beef and a creamy lentil mash make this meatloaf dinner oh-so modern.
A ho-hum weeknight recipe morphs into a cute dinner display when you top mini meatloaves with a sweet cranberry-tomato sauce, creamy mashed potatoes and melty cheese.
There will be no more dinnertime fights over the "best" piece of meatloaf when you bake individual servings in a muffin pan.
Tomatoes, parsely and feta cheese add Italian flair to this slow cooker beef and lamb meat loaf.
Two classic comfort foods combine in this grilled sandwich that will surely be a favorite at your next backyard barbecue! Serve with grilled pototoes or crispy chips.
To get this turkey and mushroom meatloaf out of your slow cooker in one piece, line the bowl with a couple long strips of foil, then use them like handles to lift the finished product right out.
Meatloaf and macaroni and cheese are like peanut butter and jelly made for each other. Sandwich a layer of mac 'n cheese in between two meatloaf layers for a new take on a classic dinner.