Total Time
1hr 30mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 1 hr

This is an easy throw together meatloaf that is super moist with a tangy sauce topping, but not baked in a loaf pan, but a cake pan. There aren't any leftovers with this dish!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. First soak bread crumbs in milk for about 15 minutes. Then combine all of the rest of the meatloaf ingredients. Press mixture into 9x11 cake pan. Mix last four ingredients together and spread over meatloaf mixture. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour. To serve cut into squares. Enjoy!


Most Helpful

My tummy's pretty happy right now (for a pregnant tummy, that's never a given), but I didn't find 2/3 c of breadcrumbs to be nearly enough, and next time I'd reduce the sugar in the topping by half. And probably double the seasoning in the loaf. (Of course, that might all be my pregnancy tastebuds--everything tastes a little strange right now.)

anonymous23 June 12, 2010

Yes it's a 5 star meatloaf in our place, because the kids got to make it, everyone ate it happily, and yes, there were no leftovers. Used packaged crumbs and garlic powder. It is a very flexible recipe. Would be great to throw in a cup of mixed veggies too. We doubled the sauce (will halve the sugar next time, as we'd prefer it tangy rather than sweet) and cooked it in a large cheesecake tin, lined with foil. Normally daughter picks around meat, but this she happily ate with KC Cooker's #109944 mashed potatoes which mopped the sauce and made it a great meal combo. Simple, good value. Happily make again.

RubberDucky AU March 22, 2008

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