The flavour in this dish is awesome, I didnt do the 8 loaves bit, just made one large loaf. My husband (and my son and I) thought it was the best meat loaf he's ever tried. Thanks for posting. =)
This is an excellent recipe and just about the only way that I will eat meatloaf. I got the recipe out of the same magazine a few years ago and have loved it ever since. Thanks so much for sharing it on this site as well.
I never liked meat loaf until I tried this one. Now I can have meat loaf with the rest of the family. It's a winner. Thanks for posting the recipe. DD
My meat was ground moose and I didn't have an egg so subbed with 2 tbsp oil and 1 tbsp water. My cheese was in a red tub - imperial cheddar cheese?? and I didnt add salt. I was also very low on brown sugar so might have used almost 1/4 cup only. I also cooked it as one ordinary loaf - very moist, enjoyed by all
These are very tasty. To make them a little healthier, I always use oat bran (about 3/4 cup) instead of plain oats, with no effect on the taste. I also cheat and fill a 6-serve texas (1/2-cup) muffin pan with the mix, rather than make 8 mini loaves - I always found that one mini loaf wasn't quite enough, but a texas-muffin size serve fills the bill! I also reduce the sugar in the sauce to 1/3-cup, otherwise it's too sweet for our taste.
These are delicious. I've made them several times and there's never any leftovers. This recipe is a keeper. Thanks shortstuff!
I had this recipe posted as well -- and it was found to be a duplicate. So I guess I should have submitted a review when that happaned. These are such tasty little gems. So moist! My husband and I love them. These freeze really well -- I suggest freezing them BEFORE baking them.
Really tasty! I recommend using extra lean meat since there is a lot of oil left in the pan. I will use this recipe on a regular basis.
I had to search to see if someone had posted this recipe! I've made these for years and its one of my favorite old standbys. These do freeze pretty well, but I've found they turn out a little better if you freeze them uncooked vs. cooked. Also, if you are pinched for time you can make them into meatballs and shorten the cooking time.
I found this recipe in the same magazine a few years ago. My family loves it so much that it has become a regular in my kitchen.