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Old Fashioned Meatloaf

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Old Fashioned Meatloaf
Old Fashioned Meatloaf
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Meatloaf is old-fashioned comfort food at its finest. This recipe for Old Fashioned Meatloaf is a classic meatloaf recipe that turns out moist and full of flavor. The simple glaze is made of ketchup, brown sugar and mustard, and the meatloaf is a combination of simple, budget-friendly ingredients. This delicious old-fashioned recipe comes together in minutes with just three easy steps! An easy meatloaf recipe like this should be on every home cook's menu rotation.

Cooking Time1 hr

Cooking MethodOven

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Paula Deen is such a great cook, isn't she? I even have some of her dishes. I have a big, three-gallon pan that I use to make double batches of soups and chilis. I make double meatloafs in my roaster pan, so this recipe will be the perfect one to double up and make next week when it turns colder.

Did you use quick cooking oats? Why oats instead of bread crumbs?

Yes, quick-cooking oats will work. Oats are a healthier alternative to breadcrumbs, which is why people may choose this option instead.

Comfort food is always popular with families, especially dinner staples such as meatloaf. A delicious slice of meatloaf and everybody is happy. This recipe is easy to make on a busy weeknight, and it has only a few ingredients. Serve this main dish with mashed potatoes and green beans, and you have a great meal.

What I am liking about what I see about meatloaves is that they are budget friendly. This one looks good and seems to be tasty with this glaze on top. I like the idea of the glaze as it gives me a sense of Christmas. I hope it measures up!

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