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I'd written a review a while ago, but don't see it here...I guess you have to be signed in, even though it said my review would be submitted shortly. Anyway...we thought the meatloaf itself was fantastic! The Ritz crackers gave it a delicious flavor. I used less milk, maybe 1/4 of a cup. However, the mustard in the sauce was a bit overwhelming, so I added more ketchup and brown sugar, then drizzled in a little pure maple syrup. The end result was a savory home-style meatloaf that paired wonderfully with mashed potatoes and corn. Thanks for sharing! This will be a regular at our dinner table.
Very good. The sauce makes this meatloaf. Though I did need to bake quite a bit longer then indicated. I'll make it again.
I am a big meatloaf lover and this is by far the best recipe! I think its better than Cracker Barrel's. The sauce is extremely good! Highly recommend this recipe! I made it about 2 weeks ago and it is on again this week.
Delicious!! The only thing wrong was I had to cook it a lot longer. I would cook it for 60 mins and at 400'. Otherwise delicious!
I finally found the perfect meatloaf!! It was delicious. i used 2lbs lean gbeef and doubled the sauce to serve with it.
This is absolutely the best meatloaf I have ever eaten! I made it tonight for dinner and my family loved it! I will definitely be making this recipe again. Yum!
I made this dish for the second time last night and it turn out wonderful. I did made the adjustments I mention in my earlier post. It went from a 4 to 5 stars!
I felt like there was a little bit too much of the Ritz cracker crumbs. I would probably use less next time. The only kind of mustard I had on hand was Koops' Dusseldorf mustard. I also used half of regular ketchup and half of Hot N' Spicy ketchup and the brown sugar. So glad I did as the topping turned out very good. Thanks for posting.
Love this meatloaf! I did add a squirt of honey and a few dashes of worchestier to the sauce. It got rid of the ketchep smell! Thanks for sharing!
On 3/15/11 I was wanting a " Comfort Type Meal " and went to do a search for meatloaf and came across this one and decided to try it.Except for cutting back on the amount of crackers that was used,and adding a small amount of garlic powder( I always add garlic powder to any Meatloaf recipe) the recipe was made as it was written.After letting it bake, the meatloaf was left to "rest" for about 10 minutes. After taking a few bites,both my SO and myself felt it need something to give more taste.But,I do have to admit we both enjoyed the topping. Thanks for posting and " Keep Smiling :) "