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The meatloaf was…

Posted by Sandra on August 1, 2008

To put it mildly… ROCKERLICIOUS!!!!

The first meal that the boys were home for that I tried my creative “hiding” of veggies.  And I must say, the change to the texture, moisture, and subtle taste of the meatloaf was amazing.  I have put this in my permanent recipe box.  I urge anyone to try it.

  • 2 lbs ground beef
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup barbeque sauce, divided
  • 1 box stuffing mix
  • 1 cup carrots
  • 1 green pepper
  • 1/2 med onion
  • 2 cloves garlic

 Puree the carrots, pepper, onion, and garlic in about 1/4 cup water in your food processor or blender.  Add to beef, then hand mix in the eggs, 1/4 cup of the barbeque sauce (any brand) and the stuffing… form two loaves in a 9×13 pan (I sprinkle a little olive oil in the pan first), drizzle with a little olive oil on top, spread the remaining barbeque sauce on top, and bake at 375 for about 45 minutes.

I made delicious cheddar mashed potatos as a side dish.  It was a hit with all four kids!

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One Response to “The meatloaf was…”

  1. […] dinner meatloaf  was formed in small greased bowls, inverted onto parchment paper, then baked.  When they were […]

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