22 Reviews

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. :-)

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Merlot October 12, 2002

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!

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Tinks November 08, 2002

Excellent meatloaf! I will be making it again.

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Sheri-BDB November 10, 2002

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.

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Uncle 12 September 14, 2014

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!

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ohcarie January 19, 2011

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.

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Loves_2cook September 05, 2008

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 :)

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Marsha D. July 30, 2008

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.

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CulinaryExplorer December 19, 2007

Loved it! Added ketchup. So easy!

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Scotty & Callie's Mom November 18, 2007

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.

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*PENNY* July 10, 2007
Mom's Meatloaf....... Really!!!