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Followed the recipe exactly only I doubled it to use up the whole pound of ground beef I had on hand. didn't have the onion, so I left that out. Used Worcestershire in place of the Watkins, because I didn't have that either. Did add the cheese and tomato sauce and would not recommend leaving that out! We did not like these plain, but when topped with Ketchup the kids gobbled them down! I served with mashed potatoes and peas & carrots which made for a good weekday lunch for my kids & I.
These were really good. I used italian breadcrumbs and marinara sauce for the tomato sauce. I had never thought about making meatloaf in muffin tins. It makes a nice size serving that way, but you don't over eat. I baked according to the recipe, but next time will add a bit of time to the baking time because we like the outside crisp. Thanks!
Perfect meatloaf recipe if you just need individual servings! I doubled it to use the 1 lb ground beef I had on hand and froze the leftovers, which reheated very well! I used garlic & herb Prego that I had left over for the tomato sauce and didn't put any cheese in. It made 11 "muffins" for me, but I didn't fill them all the way! Thanks littleturtle this was great :)
These are very tasty! Perfect for bachelorettes like me who can't finish an entire meatloaf before it goes bad. Freezes and reheats beautifully! Thanks for posting!
I doubled the recipe, omitted the cheese, and mixed the tomato sauce in with the meat. I used Worcestershire sauce because I had no Watkins. Very tender and even better reheating the next day! My toddlers chowed down on it!!
I tripled the recipe and froze the leftovers. The family loved them!
I doubled the recipe but got 12 muffins. I followed the recipe as written using the cheese and spaghetti sauce instead of tomato sauce. I had no idea what watkins meat magic flavor enhancer was so I used worcestshire sauce instead. I topped each muffin with ketchup and everyone enjoyed them.
I doubled it as well, added a green pepper (chopped) and onions and doubled the other ingredients and it was delicious!! So very good! Will definitively be making this again :)
My picky-eater 5-year-old son is currently devouring a portion. If *he* eats it, it's a winner! He helped to make it, too!