This is a wonderful meatloaf! So quick and easy to make. The Lipton Onion Soup Mix gave it a great flavor and everyone loved it. Thank so so much Miss Kitty (and Miss Kitty's Mom). I will be making this over and over again. :-)
Miss Kitty...thank you! What a great recipe. With your help I did substitute some bouillon cubes and dried onion & chives for the soup mix (to avoid the MSG). The oatmeal made this hold up so much better than bread crumbs...and please tell Mom I had no "shoe leather bottom". Basting was the key. This was even better the next day on a sandwich. Thanks again!
Excellent meatloaf! I will be making it again.
I used ground chuck, otherwise made the recipe as described. I still need to work on getting that delicious "bark" around the meatloaf. Thank you for the share, this is my go to recipe for meatloaf now.
I love easy recipes! I used ground turkey, added some ketchup, garlic, and made a ketchup sauce for the top. There was nothing to baste, but the sauce helped. It was moist, tasty and easy. Thanks!
Easy to fix but it was really bland to my family. I would try it again but add some extra spices, cheese and a sauce on top. The oatmeal taste seemed really overwhelming. We added some italian seasoning and seasoned salt and it was better.
This was a very nice meatloaf. I used Substitute for 1 Envelope Onion Soup Mix for the onion soup mix since I'd rather make the mix instead of buying a store brand. I halved the recipe since it's just the two of us here at home and it still was more than enough for 2 people. Baked covered as stated in the recipe and uncovered for a extra 15 minutes to brown the top alittle. Served this with Tasty Peas, My Cream Potatoes and homemade bread. Thanks for sharing the recipe. It was a delicious dinner :)
This was my first meatloaf and my husband LOVED it! He said it was almost as good as his mother's lol. I will definately be making this again! I added some garlic as well.
Loved it! Added ketchup. So easy!
For my tastes, it was a tad bit on the bland side. It's a very dense, dry-ish loaf which definitely would be great the next day for sandwiches and also great for meatballs as someone else stated. I would make this again, but would add some kind of "sauce on the side" or saude to the top while it's cooking and most definitely would use it for meatballs.