This is the best meatloaf recipe ever! After 25 yrs of refusing to eat meatloaf, I was able to get my husband to taste this recipe and he liked it! He even said he'd eat it again! That's great news for me because I LOVE meatloaf, especially this recipe. Woo Hoo! Meatloaf on the menu after 25 years!
Oh My goodness!!!! This meatloaf was absolutely delicious!! Everyone loved it including my 5 year old son who asked for seconds! I did have to make a few changes....well one was accidental. In replacement of the onion I used 1 packet of french onion soup mix. I made my oopsie in the topping accidentally putting 3/4 of brown sugar. Im glad I made that mistake because the topping was sooooo good. It was the perfect mix of tangy and sweet. Thanks for a great recipe! I will use this one everytime I make meatloaf....no need for another!
Turned out great with baked potatoes and roasted cauliflower.
Great meatloaf! I used juice from a can of stewed tomatoes since I did not have tomato sauce. I also omitted the water in the topping. 5 Stars all around. Thank you!
WOW WOW WOW! My family of 6 were all impressed. This is a wonderful meatloaf that is full of flavor and does not taste like a hamburger patty with ketchup on it. <br/><br/>I added 1/2 tsp of Worcestershire sauce to the meat mixture. I also omitted the water in the sauce. By doing that it kept it thicker and I covered the meatloaf with it and with the remaining sauce I put on the stove to warm up and added about 1/4 cup water to thin it out to use as a gravy when it was ready to serve.
I used apple cider vinegar, sautéed the onions with a bit of garlic, spicy brown mustard, ritz crackers and less water.<br/><br/>I have frozen this in disposable loaf pans.Just freeze before baking & thaw completely before baking. Super easy!
This was just OK for us. This was a much "softer" meatloaf then what we like. This was my first time using crackers so I'm not sure if that is what made the difference. We also weren't crazy about the tomato sauce in the mixture. Everyone ate it but said they thought it had a funny taste. I just think they meant different from what they are use to when it comes to meatloaf. I followed the recipe as written other then I only used a teaspoon of salt and a half a teaspoon of pepper.
One of the best meatloafs I have ever made. The DH loved it and said don't lose this one. I followed the recipe exactly as written. Thank you.
The family loved it! Used homemade breadcrumbs instead of cracker crumbs cause that's what I had. Doubled the recipe but used same amount of sauce. Ate one meatloaf, froze the other for an easy meal. Thanks for sharing the recipe!