Sunday, February 20, 2011

From the Recipe Box {The Easiest Meatloaf Ever}

I found this recipe for meatloaf in a magazine a few years ago.  I have tweeked it a few times, and it is always a hit!  Even with Miss Ellie…

You only need six ingredients, it doesn’t get much easier than that!

You will need:
Ground Turkey or Ground Beef  roughly 1 1b.   (I have made it with both and they both are just as yummy!)
1 cup of Italian Cheese Blend
1 2 oz. envelope onion soup mix
2 eggs
1 1/2 cups saltines ( about 4 oz.), finely ground
1 cup fresh parsley chopped
1/3 cup water

Throw the cheese, soup mix, eggs, water, and parsley in a bowl, along with your meat of course!!
Put a big handful of saltines in a zip lock bag and…..
crush them up!
combine it all!!
make loaf and cook for 40 to 50 minutes at 400 degrees….

in a large bowl combine the beef or turkey, soup mix, cheese, parsley, eggs, and saltines.  Add water and combine.  Transfer the meat mixture to a baking dish and form into a 9 inch loaf.  Bake until cooked through, about 40 to 50 minutes.

You can also add BBQ sauce to the top, cook for 25 minutes, pour the sauce over the top, and return to the over for 15 more minutes. 


Jodee said...

That looks sooo good! Our entire family loves meatloaf and especially the kids!

Lindsay said...

yum! Tim loves meatloaf I will have to try this soon! :-)

allie said...

YUM! we love meatloaf here but i have not found a recipe so simple until now. i'm super excited to make this this week! thanks!

Colleen said...

This looks good and I love the fact that it has few ingredients!!

Jenny said...

Sounds really good! Defintely sounds easy to make.

Katie said...

I've starred this to use very soon. Thanks for sharing--looks delish!!

laura said...

oh, i'm not normally a meatloaf fan, but this looks delicious! i'll have to try it out! thx for sharing, girl! :)

aimee said...

De-lish! And if you ever have the time to try a meatloaf that takes a little longer, I have to recommend Tyler Florence's. It's a yummy special little treat with a tomato relish.