8 Reviews

This is the same meatloaf I have been making for years and it is always a hit with my family - even the ones that "don't like" meatloaf! Only change I make is to use a packet of onion or onion/mushroom soup mix in place of the onions. It gives it a nice boost! Thanks for posting

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Supper Lady February 02, 2009

By far the easiest, quickest and tastiest meatloaf I've every had/made. Like other reviewers I substituted the chopped onion for a packet of onion soup mix. I actually think this gave the meat a lot of flavor as opposed to if I'd used chopped onion. Also, I used ground turkey 93/7% instead of ground beef and cooked it for only 30 minutes to avoid drying the meat out. It turned out perfect; the meat was nice and moist. I added the BBQ sauce after cooking and popped it back into the oven for 5 more minutes. Voila, a delicious dinner. I'll be making this again.

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Candace D. April 05, 2016

This was the best, easiest meatloaf I've ever made. I substituted onion soup mix for the onion, and that was the only ingredient change I made. Instead of forming a loaf in the pan, I put parchment paper in and then flattened out the meat to an equal depth. I baked it according it the directions, at 375°F for 45 minutes, but then added some extra barbecue sauce to the top and dropped the temperature to 325°F and baked an extra 15 minutes. It was delicious, and my daughter ate seconds - something that never happens! This recipe is going into my permanent recipe binder.

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Anya Lynn December 03, 2015

I love meatloaf and was looking for a quick and tasty recipe and this is it. I used seasoned bread crumbs because I didn't have oatmeal, and like other viewers said, onion soup mix because I didn't feel like cutting up onions. I cut the bbq topping with ketchup because I didn't want it too sweet. It was so good!! I will definitely make this again.

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kpierce67 October 28, 2014

So quick and easy! I cooked it in 6 smaller "loaves" in a muffin tin. It only took 15 min and my kids LOVED that dinner resembled a cupcake/muffin. I also added an onion soup packet mix for a flavor kick. Yummy-will definitely make again!!

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pjamma July 12, 2012

This meatloaf was very good but I'm surprised no seasonings were used in the meat. The BBQ topping was yummy but the meat itself was bland. I'd definitely add some salt & pepper (at the minimum) next time. Thanks for sharing.

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Ang11002 June 26, 2012

I was really impressed with this recipe. I didn't want to have to make this when I got home from work, so made it before work in morning. I used ground turkey for the beef, but other than that followed the recipe. I let it cool for about an hour, then wrapped it in foil and put it in the fridge. When I got home from work into the microwave it went. So delicious and moist. This is great, we will make it again!

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zaar junkie December 17, 2011

This meatloaf has a nice taste but was a little dry even with the barbecue sauce and I followed the recipe exactly. Would definitely try it again as it was so quick and easy to put together.

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Chef Rhanda5 August 23, 2009
Quick & Easy BBQ Meatloaf (5 Ingredients)